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Franchises to Buy with Bad Credit Business Loans

If you are interested in starting a business, buying a franchise can be an excellent alternative to actually developing your own business from the ground up. Doing so allows you to leverage the brand equity of an existing business, as you’ll be operating under the trading name of an established brand.

But that’s only part of the appeal. Buying a franchise also offers excellent value for money. Rather than pouring resources into product development and name recognition, you’ll be able to hit the ground running with a product or service that people are already interested in purchasing. You also receive all of the prep and training required from the parent organisation.

Check Out These Franchises with Incredibly Low Entry Costs

 

Affordable franchises provide outstanding opportunities for aspiring entrepreneurs with limited capital but plenty of drive. Here are a few low-cost franchises for sale in Australia – all of which are cheap enough to purchase with bad credit business loans from MaxFunding.

  • Ferguson Plarre Bakehouse
    Franchise Fee: $40,000
    Capital Investment: $250,000-$400,000
    Become a franchisee of this well-known bakery outlet, and you’ll receive a shipment of fresh baked goods each day. There’s no need to do any on-site baking, and that means your overheads are significantly reduced.
  • Cappuccino Xpress
    Franchise Fee: Included in capital investment
    Capital Investment: $85,000
    This mobile coffee franchise sees franchisees taking a van into local industrial estates and business centre in the morning, only to return by lunch. In all, you’ll end up working about 25 hours per week. The capital investment listed above is the minimum, and other investments (such as buying a van) may be required.

 

  • Poolwerx
    Franchise Fee: Depends on Turnover
    Capital Investment: $150,000
    Join the world’s leading after-market swimming pool and spa retail, maintenance and service company with your own franchised branch. Franchisees receive lots training and ample ongoing support to ensure their operation remains profitable.

 

  • Triple O Property Maintenance
    Franchise Fee: $38,500
    Capital Investment: Dependent upon situation

    If you have a broad base of handyman skills, this franchise could help you turn that expertise into a robust revenue stream. Franchisees receive a large territory all to themselves, and they receive in-house training to help with generating business and growing their base.

 

  • Muffin Break
    Franchise Fee: Included in capital investment
    Capital Investment: $300,000
    Own your own bakery café business with a Muffin Break franchise. This company was established in 1989, and they offer full training for technical skills and financial management. Muffin Break was an early driver of the café culture seen in modern-day Australia, and they continue to thrive

 

  • InXpress
    Franchise Fee: Included in capital investment
    Capital Investment: $74,950
    This global online shipping company is growing fast. No previous experience is necessary, as InXpress provides all the training you’ll need to succeed. This franchise features low entry costs, as there is no need for employees, inventory, warehousing vans or any equipment. Once you’re established, there’s a potential for high residual income.

Contact MaxFunding today to learn more about how we can help you finance your next business venture.

Franchises to Buy with Bad Credit Business Loans was last modified: May 9th, 2018 by Tammy Richards

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Entrepreneur, writer, and marketing expert. Would like to share my experience and knowledge with Australian business owners, especially small businesses, and new starters.

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