Franchise Loans

Mr Shoaff & Mr Rohn -

“Profits are better than wages. Wages will make you a living, profits can make you a fortune.”

Buying into a franchise group is considered more financial viable than a start-up business unless you have been operation part-time for the last 2 years from your home or home-garage. Unless you have brick & motor security most lenders give start up business a wide berth, or advise you to come back when you show some profits.

However if you are purchasing an approved franchise group and require finance, most lenders will consider lending a percentage on the approved list of franchise on their panel.

If the franchise group in on a particular lender panel, means they have meticulously run the figures on the franchisor to approved a lending percentage they are willing to sign off on from 35% to 75% of the value of the Contract Purchase plus the Franchise Fee, Goodwill and with a few lenders the Stock on Hand.

The balance of funds which you have to contribute can come via cash or equity in property to assist with the purchase.

Below we have a list of approved franchises from a number of lenders we are accredited:

Bakers Delight
Domino’s Pizza
Jamaica Blue
Muffin Break
KFC
Boost Juice
Salsas
CIBO
Storage King
Subway
Bob Jane T-Mart
Clark Rubber
Nandos
Crust Pizza
Oporto
Caltex
Red Rooster
Dymocks
Oz Design
Fernwood
Pirtek
GodFreys
Hudson Coffee
Hungry Jacks
IGA
The Coffee Club

Anytime Fitness
Athletes Foot
Australia Post
Auto Brake Services
Auto Masters
BB’s Coffee & Bake
Beacon Lighting
Beaumont Tiles
Bedshed
Betta Electrical
Bread Top
Bright Eyes Sunglasses
Brumby’s
Cartridge World
Chicken Treat
Chook’s Fresh & Tasty
Cold Rock Ice Creamery
Contours
Dome Coffee
Donut King
Eagle Boys
Ella Bache
Ella Rouge Beauty
Esquires
Ferguson Plarre Bakehouses
FortyWinks