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    Franchise Loans & Financing

    Franchise Loans & Financing

    Franchise loans to help your business grow.

    United Community Bank's franchise lending focuses on medium-sized franchisees in the restaurant, fitness, personal services, automotive, and other segments. 

    Why work with United Community Bank?
    Our expert franchise financing team, with more than 50 collective years of franchise lending experience, has been helping franchisees in food and non-food brands for many years. You will have a direct line to senior management, as we take a personal approach here. We offer 7 and 10 year amortizations for non-real estate transactions, and 20 year amortizations for real estate, all at competitive rates.

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    Franchise Financing Solutions

    As a franchise business lender, United Community offers solutions for acquisition loans, refinance loans, partner buyouts, real estate loans, equity recaptures, and development lines of credit, which include: new store development, re-imaging, remodeling, and acquisition. 

    Contact our franchise loan expert.

    Mike Orlov

    Senior Vice President - Franchise Division Manager

    If you are a first time operator, please contact our SBA Franchise lending team for assistance. 

    Contact the SBA Team Today

    Learning Resources

    Checklist for Business Growth: 7 Common Avenues

    As different as businesses can be, they have typical paths to growth in common. A dental practice and a clothing boutique can both add locations. A farm and a pharmacy can both sell more to their existing customers. A quick service restaurant franchise and a veterinarian can both reach more customers online.

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    business meeting discussing the rate hike increase Rising Rates & Starting Your Business
    We’ve all heard that rates are rising. But what does this mean for your business?
    In an environment like this, it’s important to take a step back and look at the big picture. Both for the prime rate itself and for your business.
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    construction workers planning a small business build Tips for Your Business’s Next Build
    As you probably know, construction is currently expensive and slow. We’ve seen recent projects double in cost from initial plans. Timeframes for getting architecture drawings and GC contracts have been up to 90-120 days. With all of this in mind, there are a few things you can do to ensure your next project is a success.
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