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WEBINAR: How Lenders Can Build Direct Relationships with Franchise Brands

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Many lenders source franchise loan opportunities through their established broker relationships. But what if you could source these deals directly from the franchisor themselves and not have to pay a broker fee?

In this month’s Thirty-at-Noon webinar, Paul Santomauro from FRANdata provided lenders with guidance on building direct relationships with franchisors. We answered the following questions:

  • How do lenders connect with franchise brands that are growing in their region?
  • What do franchisors really care about when it comes to financing options?
  • What kind of conversations should you be having with the leadership at a franchise brand?

 

Listen to the discussion between Chuck Evans and franchise lending expert, Paul Santomauro from FRANdata, as they shared outreach strategies and answered lenders’ most pressing questions for creating relationships in the franchise space. Watch the full webinar below.


About Windsor Advantage

Windsor Advantage provides banks, credit unions and CDFIs with a comprehensive outsourced SBA 7(a) and USDA lending platform.

Since 2010, Windsor has processed more than $2.8 billion in government guaranteed loans and currently services a portfolio in excess of $2 billion (as of December 31, 2021) for over 100 lender clients nationwide. With more than 150 years of cumulative SBA lending experience, cutting edge technology, rigid controls and consistent processes, Windsor is uniquely qualified to assist any size lender with implementing a thoughtful and profitable government guaranteed lending initiative.

The Company is headquartered in Chicago, IL with offices in Indianapolis, IN and Charleston, SC.

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