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...Not a suggestion as much as a question. If cash is that tight, where is the money going to come from to operate the business?

Well, since it is an existing business, wouldn't the lender be able to reasonably assume cashflow on a monthly basis? I thought that was one of the great things about having a well done business plan?

Ok, I confess, We are looking at a Carwash that may be available. It has been around for a few years, and is pretty busy compared to the 40+ others that I investigated in the past few months.

It will NOT be our primary source of income. DW will be working, which more than covers our expenses, and I will do some computer gigs on the side for some extra $'s.

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