• Franchise Finance

    Financing solutions from $2,000 to $50+ million for US franchisors and franchisees.
  • Franchise Finance

    CIT Franchise Finance provides competitive and innovative restaurant franchise financing solutions to help you drive business growth. Our wealth of experience and products can provide you with financial structures that best fit your needs.

    Products & Services

    • Remodel / Re-image
    • Equipment 
    • Acquisitions / Partner Buyouts
    • New Stores
    • Real Estate
    • Refinance Company Debt
    • Recapitalization
    • Up to 100% Project Financing
    • Fixed or Floating Term Loans
    • Equity Advances
    • Development Line of Credit
    • Ground Leases
    • Amortize FF&E up to 10 Years

    Key Areas of Focus


    • QSR 
    • Fast casual 
    • Family
    • Premium casual dining 

    CIT Franchise Finance is a great fit for multi-unit owner-operators with 3+ years in business and annual revenues greater than $5 million.

    For franchise finance needs less than $1 million and smaller sized franchisees, visit Direct Capital, a division of CIT Bank, N.A. that specializes in equipment purchases, working capital loans, store remodels, store acquisitions, and new store build-outs with online decisions for transactions up to $250,000.

    For franchise needs between $1 million and $50 million, download the application.

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