What Are Business Notes?
How Are They Created?
- A business note is a
promissory note secured by a business and its assets. Business notes
are created when a business owner sells a business using seller
financing. The note is secured by the business and its assets in case
the buyer defaults.
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Who Can Benefit from the Sale of Business Notes?
- A majority of all
business sales involve seller financing. The seller will accept a form
of down payment, usually cash, for part of the sale and a promissory
note for the rest. Often the seller of the business involved wishes to
move on to another venture or industry or may need money for expansion.
If you have recently sold a business that you are still holding a note
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- See also: Business
Equipment Notes or Business
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