Funding Options

Types of financing to help fund your Mosquito Mary’s® Franchise


Financing options that have helped Mosquito Mary’s franchisees beyond the initial franchising investment include:

We’re passionate about changing lives through business ownership, and we WANT our Strategic Partners to succeed. That’s why we’ve introduced this game-changing program to make owning a franchise easier than ever.

My Franchise Payment Plan

A payment plan that helps with one of the most common barriers to franchise ownership: initial investment. We want to make it easy to launch and scale a successful business. Our Franchise Payment plan allows you to start your franchise with just a $20,000 franchise fee down payment and a start-up marketing expense, 100% of which goes directly to promoting your franchise in your serviced area – so that you can get your business up and running!

The payment plan for the remaining franchise fees is interest free and has no service fees. Payments start in year 2 and will be paid off over 48 months.

SBA Loans

A loan obtained from the United States Small Business Administration. To get this loan, potential franchisees will need to submit documentation about their business and financial information. This loan requires collateral.

Home Equity Loans

If you own a home, it might have equity that you can use to kick start your Mosquito Mary’s franchise. Generally speaking, home equity loans are inexpensive and offer tax benefits.

Retirement Funds

Those with retirement funds such as a 401(k) or IRA might be able to use their fund without penalty instead of taking out a loan. Speaking with a qualified financial advisor will help you decide if using your retirement funds to start your business is the right option for you.

Securities-Backed Loans

You can use a portfolio of stocks, bonds, mutual funds, U.S. Treasuries, or cash to get a low-interest line of credit. Because the loan is secured with hard assets, interest rates are extremely favorable and funds can be available quickly. Best part? You only pay interest on the money you use.

Unsecured Loans

Similar to small business credit cards, these loans typically consist of multiple revolving lines of credit from $25,000 to $150,000. Instead of requiring personal collateral from the business owner to secure the loan, the lenders consider the borrower’s overall financial strength and creditworthiness to determine eligibility.

Conventional Loans

With no personal collateral requirement or government guaranty, these loans are best suited for strong borrowers with previous business ownership experience. They are primarily used for acquisitions, expansions, and upgrades.

Friends and Family Loan

Whether you choose to borrow money outright, ask for a gift, or bring a friend or family member on as your business partner, these types of loans generally come at a very good price.

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