There are several ways you could choose to finance your franchise: Traditional forms of lending, cash, securities, etc., but in the beginning stages of entrepreneurship, it can be a daunting task to sort it all out. That’s where Guidant Financial can help.
With a full suite of financing services to offer, their team of experts is fully equipped to ensure you get the capital you need. Their selection includes:
One of the most common forms of financing, these loans—up to $5 million—are guaranteed by the Small Business Administration and lent by banks. Guidant simplifies the process for you by matching candidates with preferred lenders in their network.
An alternative for those searching for lower amounts of capital, these loans offer you the same benefits as SBA Loans with a shorter turn-time.
Rollovers for Business Start-ups allow you to utilize your retirement funds without taking a taxable distribution to start a franchise.
If you own bonds, mutual funds, stocks or other securities, you may be able to leverage those funds to open your business—without liquidation.
You won’t need collateral to qualify for these loans, which can happen in just three weeks’ time. A great option if you need a fast funding solution.
You don’t necessarily have to purchase the equipment for your new franchise; sometimes it’s actually more cost-efficient to lease it. Guidant can help you with leasing amounts up to $2 million.
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