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Micro Loan Program for Entrepeneurs in DFW Area

Information on our business start up /micro-loan program

We have real estate through Tarrant County, and are interested in helping some budding entrepreneurs get small businesses started, that have experience, the right attitude and the skills in conjunction with a viable plan to start a business. Such a business might include almost anything from a nail salon, Ebay consignment store to an automotive garage or cabinet shop. As a commercial landlord, our goal is to rent spaces with this innovative plan to help people help themselves. Our owner is a successful entrepreneur, has written a number of business books, has a small business consulting practices and has a passion for helping small business person.

What do we offer? The opportunity to obtain a loan to start your business, and free consulting and review of your plan to make sure it seems feasible, and help you edit it as possible. That will likely include up to 3 hours of free small business consulting (a $1,000 value). You can learn more about our founder at Generally speaking, our loans are from $2,000 to $10,000, depending on the veracity of the plan coupled with your expertise and experience. We are not a bank or financial institutions. We are just a pragmatic and entrepreneurial based small company, interested in helping you achieve your dream while being a good tenant.

Our goal is two fold, to help you start a business, and end up with tenants for our retail and commercial properties. Our retail property is located in the 7800 block of S cooper, which is on S Cooper almost to US287. (South of I20 and the Parks mall)

In order to qualify for consideration, you need 4 things, a good credit score (at least 620), a desire to be your own boss, the skills and experience to make it real, and some “skin in the game”. That may mean money, but doesn’t have to.

eady to start? Here is a rough outline of our process to get your going.

  1. Email to a brief description of your concept, what YOU bring to the show, and what you expect to need. Also include any information you know about your credit history and score, and a snapshot of your experience and skills, and/or a resume for our review.
  2. If it seems like it could be a good fit for both of us, we will ask you to fill out a credit application, and submit a more thorough business plan description of your business plan, and a small outline of your sales and expense projections/financial plan, for the first 2 years of operation.
  3. If all that seems to be on track, we will ask you to come meet us for an interview, and to discuss where you might locate the business and space requirements. We will also work with you on refining your plan if required.
  4. If all still seems well, we will approve a loan to get you started, and have you sign a lease for a space and get started.
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