Franchise Financing Options
Ways to Finance Your Dream
Budget Blinds is a turn-key franchise opportunity that offers a home-based, no inventory business model with a rapid ramp up and quick cash-flow. Two components make up the investment and start-up costs: the initial franchise fee, and minimum working capital. Below are some ideas for financing your franchise.
In-House Franchise Financing
Budget Blinds provides financing of up to $56,000 to qualified candidates. We also offer attractive ways to fund your franchise with your 401(k). Financing with your 401(k) can mean there are no penalties, no taxes, and no loans to pay off. Ask for details.
The SBA (Small Business Administration) can finance your business with guaranteed loans. They have an accelerated loan process, no collateral, and low monthly payments lending programs. There’s even a special loan program for veterans called the M5 Loan. Get matched to potential lenders today.
FranFund has helped many Budget Blinds franchisees identify strong funding strategies. They can design flexible, all-in-one funding plans, no matter how much your franchise grows. Let them evaluate your current finances and work with you to create a plan. Contact FranFund directly to schedule a consultation.
Guidant Financial is the #1 trusted funding solutions provider for franchisees. They offer expert guidance and a variety of options that you might qualify for. Guidant offers products and solutions that have helped launch over 20,000 small businesses. Have a financial consultation with a business funding expert who can assess your needs and find the right financing from the start. Contact Guidant Financial to get started.
Benetrends offers a full suite of funding options to help entrepreneurs get the funding they need for their small business or franchise. Benetrends originated 401(k)/IRA rollover funding helping over 10,000 entrepreneurs in the last 30 years with their revolutionary Rainmaker Plan®. Contact Benetrends today for a complimentary funding consultation. Be sure to mention Budget Blinds when you connect!
First Financial leads the industry when it comes to helping you with SBA loans. They are adept at unsecured Small Business Loan Express loans with limits up to $150,000, which are easier and faster to process. Learn more about the various financing programs. Contact First Financial directly to schedule a consultation.