Funding 

At Franchise Brokers International, we partner with experts who provide total solutions for all of your franchise funding needs. Because of our years of experience helping business owners fund their operations, we provide clear and expert guidance throughout this process.

EQUITY

Some of the most common sources for equity funding franchise concepts are:

• Liquid Assets
• Gifts
• Joint Ventures, Venture Capital
• Rollover Retirement Plan (depending upon terms, can be used as debt or equity)

DEBT

Many lenders prefer financing franchises to financing start-ups because they are more comfortable with lending money to an idea or concept that has or can leverage a successful track record. And even among franchises, data has shown that franchisors that have long established brands are more likely to receive funding than those with smaller footprints and weaker brands.

Some of the most common sources for debt financing franchise concepts are:

• SBA MicroLoan
• SBA 7(a) Loan
• SBA 504 Loan
• Unsecured Business Line of Credit
• Asset-Backed Loan
• Equipment Leasing
• Rollover Retirement Plan (depending upon terms, can be used as debt or equity)

The amount of money that you can borrow is dependent upon your credit score, your asset liquidity (in many cases you are able to borrow at multiples of your liquid asset value), and the risk that the lending institution is willing to take (this may vary widely). These variables are different for each buyer.

We encourage you to contact our consultants to learn more about which funding options are best suited for you.  

 In some instances, funding and/or financing can be negotiated. Please contact us if you would like to know more about funding and/or financing options for any franchises that interest you.In some instances, funding and/or financing can be negotiated. 

Please contact us if you would like to know more about funding and/or financing options for any franchises that interest you.

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