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financing for small business franchise, Welcome Carl1 of 1 people found this helpful
No matter how good the business system is, the business must be one that "fits" you. It must be a business that builds on YOUR strengths and talents.
Achieving your dream: It is good to understand your options and determine what is best for you.
The three basic options are:
1. Start a business from scratch
2. Buy an existing business
3. Purchase a franchise
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Hi Carl1 of 1 people found this helpful
My nameis Cesar, and i've been asking the same question so long and no one is able to give an answer. You've been given 3 basic options below, 1. I'm triying to start the franchise business from scratch, I have the Business Plan, I have already set-up the coorporation, I have 25% of the amount needed as requested by most banks plus the initial franchise fee but I still cant get a loan much less a grant.
I think that you should go to the nearest SCORE department to get advise.
You are right - grants are probably out of the question unless you are a non-profit or are in a low income, rural community providing needed community services.
If you have the 25% down or equity - what are you being told? Why will your bank or an SBA lending bank not work with you? Is your credit bad? Do you not have cash flow (income) to service the debt? What are they telling you? Find the reason they are saying no - then work on those issues.
Lastly, can you not start on a small scale - as you start you are starting this from the ground up. You can start small with the 25% you have - then leverage that into cash flow that can help you grow your business.
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Have you talked to the franchisor? Many of these either offer financing or can point you in the right direction. Other options are your standard options - banks, sba loans or private lenders.1 of 1 people found this helpful
How much are you seeking?
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