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February 26, 2016, 02:31:14 PM
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Where would i find information on finding a private angel investor?
My business isn't an online business however, but it is legit and legal in the US.

I started the business 1/11/2016 (when i filed my paperwork with IRS)
I am fully insured, with worker compensation and liability ins.

Since inception i've made a little over 8,000 however, i have contracts earning far more as time comes.
I am about 1 month booked as of right now, and gaining more.

I'm not sure if i'm looking for the right type of investment or even if it's possible to find. Basically i need a few pieces of equipment.
Since the business is new, i don't really know what to set the value at tbh.


I'm already profitable aswell.
I've put most of the money back into the business for equipment, marketing, newpaper ad (will not do that again) lol

I only need a few more pieces of equipment to have everything needed.


Any help or point in the right direction is greatly appreciated.


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February 26, 2016, 05:20:31 PM
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PE investors don't deal with small new companies.. Angel investors typically only invest in companies with explosive growth potential (i.e. 1000x return). Could offer better advise if you supplied a little more information (i.e. what your business is).
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February 28, 2016, 02:53:19 PM
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PE investors don't deal with small new companies.. Angel investors typically only invest in companies with explosive growth potential (i.e. 1000x return). Could offer better advise if you supplied a little more information (i.e. what your business is).

Oh  ok, I wasn't sure how all that worked.
The profit is very good in this business, as long as we stay busy, just depends on housing market's.

I own a Residential and Commerical painting business.

Esp, if someone was a LONG term investor/equity or however it goes.

I have a builder that builds 7+ custom homes a year, plus his other remodels, etc.
I also advertise and do smaller projects.

What i'm needing is a few pieces of equipment because renting just one piece is pretty expensive. (8-1100 per week) when i need it.

So, a investor could see a decent profit.

The builders average home is 3,000 sq ft inside. So 3,000ftx$300=9,000 A job like that takes around 2 weeks and about 8-1000 in material.
Same goes for the outside. The outsides of his homes usually cost around 5-6,500 to paint. They usually take 1 week to paint (complete)

So the average home of his cost's roughly 15,000 for me to paint. The profit from the 15,000 is around 10,000 depending how many employee's i have at the project.

If you have any tips, or ideas, i'd be happy to hear them via here or PM.

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February 29, 2016, 09:54:12 PM
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Interesting.

You should not have an issue finding investors with those numbers.
Only issue is that you might have to show your legality, authenticity to the potential investors.

I suggest that you start a fund  here or any of the crowd sourcing sites.

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March 03, 2016, 06:47:41 PM
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Interesting.

You should not have an issue finding investors with those numbers.
Only issue is that you might have to show your legality, authenticity to the potential investors.

I suggest that you start a fund  here or any of the crowd sourcing sites.

Good luck

I'm registered with the state, IRS, have insurance policies etc. 

I wasn't sure how to go about it. I know LEGALLY i couldn't have an IPO or anything like that unless i paid a broker etc etc etc....

If anyone would be interested, i'd be more than happy to get all my paper work together.
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March 03, 2016, 06:57:10 PM
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Hello,

You should try advertising for help on the services section of this forum.
You will surely find someone willing to help you for a small commission for helping you gather funds.

Good luck
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March 03, 2016, 06:58:05 PM
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Hello,

You should try advertising for help on the services section of this forum.
You will surely find someone willing to help you for a small commission for helping you gather funds.

Good luck
Duke

Thank you for your replies, helpful.
I'm going to get my paper work scanned and put them in a secure google doc or something and attempt to make a spreadsheet.
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Hello,

You should try advertising for help on the services section of this forum.
You will surely find someone willing to help you for a small commission for helping you gather funds.

Good luck
Duke

Thank you for your replies, helpful.
I'm going to get my paper work scanned and put them in a secure google doc or something and attempt to make a spreadsheet.

If you get a spreadsheet together that helps break down your costs and return and everything, basically covering all relevant information, AND you'd be willing to sign into a contract, definitely toss me a PM with your proposed terms. I may be interested in helping you out, Smiley.


 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




















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