Culver Business Finance

Franchise Financing

franchiseWhether it’s SBA or non-SBA franchise financing, anywhere from 15% to 30% of the total capital need can be required of the borrower. Franchise start-up costs vary wildly across franchises, so this could be anywhere from $20,000 to $200,000. A borrower may need to refinance their personal property or liquidate stocks, bonds, IRAs, 401k, etc.

If possible it would be best if an individual could obtain the credit they need using business credit instead of personal credit, so that personal assets are not at a full risk. Also banks are more apt to loan more money to a business than to an individual. Building good business credit works just the same as building personal credit. Our Business Credit Building System shows you step-by-step how to setup business credit the right way and get the financing that is needed.