How Do I Finance a Robeks?
Robeks has developed partnerships to make it easier to get money for starting a smoothie business
The business lending environment has been improving, and Robeks is partnering with lenders and financial advisors to provide tools and options that make it much easier to get money for starting a smoothie business.
Currently, there are three routes to financing that are most promising: SBA loans, matchmaking sites that link banks and businesses, loans from a lending network, and retirement rollovers.
Robeks has partnered with Direct Connect Ventures (DCV), a full service franchise financing firm, to help franchise candidates as well as existing franchisees understand their financing options and explore financing solutions, whether starting a new business, adding equipment, upgrading an existing store, or building a credit line for their business. DCV has placed financing for thousands of startups, refresh projects and expansion across the nation.
Robeks provides financing assistance for franchisees through its partnership with BoeFly.com, the #1 marketplace for franchise lending. BoeFly is a powerful service that offers borrowers access to thousands of lenders through a single loan request. BoeFly is secure and puts you in the drivers seat – improving your odds of accessing a small business loan and ultimately getting better terms.
In addition, BoeFly automatically includes the Robeks material in your loan package that lenders need to see. The process streamlines your process of applying for loans
Banks can take months to process and fund small business loans, while most alternative lenders charge excessively high rates. Funding Circle is proud to provide franchisees of Robeks with a better funding option. With low fixed interest rates, a quick funding process, and no prepayment penalties, Funding Circle supports high-quality franchisees and small business owners with loans ranging from $25,000 – $500,000.
Below is a video explaining how easy obtaining a Funding Circle loan really is.
Many people don’t realize it, but you might not need a loan at all to start your business! Many people have retirement assets that they can tap, tax-free and penalty-free, to start their own business.
IRAs and 401(k) accounts can be accessed to fund a business. The process is tricky — there are specific steps that need to be done in the proper order so that you don’t trigger pre-withdrawal penalties — so it’s best handled by a skilled financial advisor.
Robeks has partnered with Guidant Financial, an expert in these types of rollovers as well as other types of financing. You can take a prequalification assessment here.
Let us help
Curious about your options? Download our tip sheet which covers the pros and cons of various financing options, then make an appointment to speak with us by filling out our Free Franchise Report form or give us a call at 866-476-2357. We’ll be happy to talk through the options for starting a smoothie business with Robeks.