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.
Did you know you can use retirement funds to fund your business? And you can do it tax-deferred, free of annoying penalties. It’s the FranPlan. And it’s a great option if you don’t have strong credit, or if you need a cash injection for a business loan.
Lending Services Overview
By using our franchise-specific pre-qualification tool and tapping into our extensive network of franchise-friendly lenders, our pre-approved clients get the loan they need 99% of the time.
Why You Should Figure Out Funding First
Exploring franchise ownership? There’s a lot to think about. Which brand is the best fit? What’s the local market potential? Is real estate available? Will you be involved in the day-to-day operations? Or will someone else manage the business? And let’s not forget one of the most important considerations. How are you going to pay for the business?
Is Buying A Franchise Right For You?
SCORE, a 55-year-old nationwide non-profit organization, provides free mentoring services to business owners. In this video, they explore what a franchise is, the types of franchises that are available, how to choose one to fit your needs, as well as the cost of buying into and operating a franchise.
The 5 Most Common Franchise Funding Mistakes
FranFund Senior Funding Consultant, Shirley Kefgen, joins the Hire Yourself team to discuss all the different types of loan options available to franchisees from SBA loans to lines on brokerage accounts. They also talk about the five most common franchise funding mistakes and how to avoid them.
4 Steps to Using Your 401(k) to Start a Business Without Loans
In our latest infographic, 4 Steps to Using Your 401(k) to Start a Business Without Loans, we’ll walk you through every step of the process to obtain your 401(k) business funding. Now you can get started with more confidence.