Auntie Anne’s Franchise Financing

FF&E, remodels, PIPs and brand mandates.
Same-day funding up to $250,000.

Auntie Anne’s franchise financing is a great way to save dough.

Americans of all ages love eating freshly baked pretzels from Auntie Anne’s. They have been a favorite snack ever since 1988. That was the year “Auntie” Anne and her husband purchased a stand at a popular farmers market in Downingtown, Pennsylvania and started selling their soon-to-be famous pretzels and lemonade. Just one year later, the first Auntie Anne’s franchise opened in Middletown, Pennsylvania. Today, there are over 1,300 Auntie Anne’s franchises in the United States. If you own one or more Auntie Anne’s stores and need franchise financing, Balboa Capital can help. Our company specializes in Auntie Anne’s franchise financing, and we make the entire process easy and hassle-free. It’s an affordable way to outfit your franchise with everything it needs to succeed.

  • Financing plans up to $1 million
  • Franchise loans up to $1 million
  • Credit lines up to $500,000
  • 24 to 84 month terms
  • Soft cost financing available
  • Simple online application
  • All credit considered
  • Competitive rates
  • A+ BBB rating

Auntie Anne’s franchise financing in 3 easy steps.

  1. Apply online

  2. Qualify in one hour

  3. Get funded quickly

Simple qualification requirements.

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One year in business

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$100,000 in annual revenue

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Decent FICO credit score

A leading provider of QSR franchise financing nationwide.

When you finance things like furniture, fixtures, and equipment for your Auntie Anne’s establishment, you won’t need to use a large amount of your existing capital. You can get everything you need for a predictable monthly payment. Balboa Capital will guide you to the best solution based on your needs and budget. Auntie Anne’s franchise financing also presents you with some nice tax breaks. Many types of QSR equipment is eligible for the Section 179 tax deduction, but make sure you check with your accountant prior to moving forward.

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