Despite the quagmire in commercial lending making access to credit difficult, financing remains available for qualified foodservice franchisees, say lawyers, franchising experts and Small Business Administration officials.Even given the uncertainties attendant to the federal rescue of Wall Street and the global lockdown on lending, franchisees in good standing with sound businesses and supportive and savvy franchisors are poised to secure financing at lower rates and pick up good real estate ...

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