directory | for sale | by industry | financial services | FANZ members
Looking for a financial services franchise in New Zealand? Find mortgage broking franchises, finance franchises or loan franchises.
enableMe New Zealand | financial services
Want to help New Zealanders realise their financial goals and achieve financial freedom faster? Here’s your chance! enableMe NZ Ltd is a business of highly trained professionals offering Financial Personal Training through impartial advice that helps Kiwis gain more control over their financial future
Investment required: from $90,000 + gstview listing
Fifo Capital | financial services
Fifo Capital franchisees provide working capital funding for small businesses. An excellent return on funds invested. We have a number of options for entry into the Fifo Capital business for franchisees, all with excellent income earning opportunities.
Investment required: from $39,500 + gst, min. working capital $150,000view listing
From The Advice Centre
How do you choose the right franchise opportunity for you? What questions should you ask? Be sure to read these articles - there are many more in our Advice Centre
Many of the articles on this website talk about the importance of consulting ‘specialists', ‘good' advisors and ‘experts' before buying a franchise - but how do you ensure that your chosen advisors fit into this category? Here are seven handy hints.
What do you need to know before you buy a franchise? Here's a comprehensive list of over 250 vital questions to ask the franchisor that will help you make the right decision.
Does money matter? The way some franchise buyers avoid taking advice, they don't seem to think so.
Protect your own interests as you assess any franchise business opportunity. Translated versions of this article are available in Hindi, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese and Korean.
There's no excuse for cutting corners when buying a franchise
Buying a good franchise can take some of the fear out of starting your own business – but how do you choose a good one?