December 7, 2011
Just because you don’t have a lot of cash on hand, that doesn’t mean that you can’t be a franchise owner. Franchise.com, a leader in online franchise recruiting since 1995, can provide suggestions for funding your franchise or for finding a low cost franchise. In fact, Franchise.com offers a list of more than two dozen franchises representing several different industries. Many even require a start-up budget of less than $15,000.Franchise.com Provides Advice on Funding a Low Cost FranchiseIf you don’t happen to have $15,000—or even $5000—available, Franchise.com suggests several ideas to help you finance your low cost franchise. Options include getting a Small Business Association (SBA) loan, dipping into your retirement funds, getting a personal loan from your bank, and taking out a second mortgage on your home. For more information about low cost franchises and how to finance your franchise purchase, visit us online at www.franchise.com.
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