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    Senior Member Rick Bosshardt's Avatar
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    Boaz,
    yes, you can get it financed after you finish the build and have an Airworthiness Certificate, even if you paid cash in full. Its called a "cash back" loan, and I was able to get one for my plane.
    Terms were around 4.25% and 20 years, with around 20% or more downpayment. I suppose it varies based on credit score, application, etc.
    If you want more info you can contact me.

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    Wow, I didn't know that

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    It depends on what payment gateway did you use for the transactions. There are a lot of different payment getaway systems that offer you free bonuses and cash-backs. And there also are other tax-free systems where you are not supposed to pay any extra transaction fees. Read more about adult payment gateway systems and how they work on the internet. There are a lot of articles on this subject on the internet. I am sure you won't be disappointed.
    Last edited by Corvian; 08-13-2021 at 04:26 AM.

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    I wanted to start a business, but I had no money for the initial capital. I wanted to take a loan from a bank for the necessary amount. Still, it turned out that my ex had ruined my credit history, and the bank could not give me the required amount.

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