There are five links below for you to
access right now. The first two are information about our Equipment
Leasing Services at FranchiseLeasing.com. The third is a DFS leasing
application. The fourth is our Credit Application in printable format.
The fifth is the ON-LINE version of our Credit Application. These are
all available to assist any prospective start-ups and existing
franchisees that need a fast approval and funding to help their
Business. This will help their cash flow and preserve their
liquid capital. Our Lease amounts are $5K - $150K.
We only finance to
the Franchise Industry.
Let us know if you would
like for us to review your list of equipment/fixtures and custom design
a leasing program (to make it easier and faster when franchisees need
JUST CLICK each of the 4 documents below TO DOWNLOAD.
You will be prompted to OPEN and SAVE to your computer.
Leasing Brochure and Information.doc
Financing Services - 5 programs.doc
Leasing Application Package.doc
Leasing Credit App in PDF Format
** Below is
the online version of our Credit Application if you prefer this over
the printable version above:
Leasing ON-LINE Credit Application
To calculate what your monthly payment
(Debt Service) would be on your franchise loan, and to properly help
determine operating cash flow and business projections, simply plug in
the loan size, term (number of years) and interest rate.
* Most start-up franchise loans are
SBA (Small Business Administration). We also offer non-SBA loan
programs. Terms are negotiable only for “stronger” borrowers.
note – currently the interest rate is 6% (2¾ over prime
rate variable). Terms are usually 10 years on leased space and up to 25
years if Commercial Real Estate is included in the loan. Also, the
minimum loan size is $100,000.
results of this loan payment calculator are for estimation purposes
The result will be a close approximation of actual loan repayments, if
at the terms entered from a financial institution.
can be adjusted to preferred amounts.
only numeric values (no commas), using decimal points where needed.
Non-numeric values will cause errors.