Funding Products & Services

You want your business to succeed. And we want to help. So, we’ll work with you and within your current finances to create a funding plan just for you.


Before you commit to anything, we’ll have a chat with you free of charge to make sure you understand all of our program and service costs.

Partnering With Us

We have one goal. To help our clients be successful business owners. Our trusted partners share that goal and work with us to help achieve it. And it works two ways. Sometimes a partner sends a business owner our way to help with financing, and sometimes we send a business owner their way to help with other business needs.

Why FranFund?

We believe the best funding partner delivers not only high-quality products and services, but also an exceptional customer experience.

FranFund Blog

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Credit Scores: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly

By FranFund on Oct 29, 2021 5:00:00 PM

Did you know your credit score is an important part of starting a business? Keep reading to learn more about credit, how your credit score is calculated, as well as how it’s used when funding a new franchise.

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New Considerations in Lending

By FranWise on Jun 12, 2020 10:00:00 AM

Those of you who have been in franchising for a while probably remember the Great Recession and its aftereffects. Banks were suddenly facing unprecedented scrutiny, and risk tolerance dropped to zero as they were burdened with new regulations and fail-safes. Loans that had previously flowed to brands were suddenly being held up. Banks wanted franchisors to prove that they had “skin in the game.”

The onus to prove viability shifted from the franchisee (borrower) to the franchisor. Item 19 came into full bloom as brands vied to prove their worth.  The smarter franchisors were quick to adapt and complete the requirements for the Bank Credit Report and the Franchise Registry. Many changed their FDDs to show that they were willing to back the franchisee with royalty payments that ramped up other investments. Their financial statements became more detailed. This really wasn’t negotiable; if you wanted franchisees funded quickly for a fast ramp-up, you changed.

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