While Mortgage Companies Have Been Laying Off Employees, a Florida-Based Company is Expanding With Its Spin on Companies That are Shutting Their Doors - Helping Business Owners Facing Bankruptcy

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Henry Fordis as dynamic as they come.

Forney, TX T. Judd (Stores-For-Sale) Alpha to Omega Terra Firma Investments, started in 2000, is purchasing corporations in 16 new states: Utah, Wyoming, Nevada, California, Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, Missouri, New York, Maryland, Florida, Louisiana, Texas, Ohio, Oregon and Minnesota, according to the company's announcement Thursday.

The company funds projects for the owners of these corporations to avoid having to bear the entities financial hardship. Alpha to Omega Terra Firma Investments will also market some of the corporations to the public valued between $300,000 and $2,800,000 if the statue does not meet Alpha to Omega Terra Firma Investment's future goal for its own growth.

"Just like with foreclosure, the tragedy of our economy will continue to rise until an unregulated form of lending replaces the troubled secondary market and our government steps up and take action," said Henry Oliver Ford, president of Alpha to Omega Terra Firma Investments who projects small business owners, in a statement.


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