July 9, 2013
Using Franchise Lending in Your Niche Product Mix
Historically, SBA guaranteed franchise loans perform better than non-franchise loans. But, as in any niche lending arena knowledge and information is key for a healthy portfolio.
To learn more about franchise financing, and six franchise concepts, consider attending this NADCO/Boefly/IFA sponsored event in Southern California on July 17th. (Another event will be held in Atlanta in the fall.)
To help you with your decision to attend, Boefly will honor the early bird registration of $199 if you mention the “Coleman Report.
Presenting brands are Goddard Schools, Firehouse Subs, Robek’s, Papa Murphy’s, Holiday Inn Express and Ice House America.
Other speakers include me!, Beth Solomon of NADCO, Mary Jo Larson of Franchise Times and Craig Everett of Pepperdine University.
If you can’t make the Southern California event, you may want to check out these regional summer SBA lending events.
2013 Mid-America Lender’s Conference
Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center Hotel
August 19-21, 2013
Where else can you meet over ten local district directors and many central office personnel in one place? Over 400 lenders from Texas, New Mexico, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Louisiana will meet in Oklahoma City this year. However, it is open to all lending professionals nationwide. At $425, it’s the best value out there for a conference of this size.
Great Lakes Lenders Conference
August 1-2, 2013
Motor City Casino Hotel, Detroit
Finally, Midwestern lenders need to plan on attending the Great Lakes Lenders Conference in early August in Detroit. And we’re talking $195 for a two-day conference! Plus, I have the privilege of leading a couple of breakout sessions. Look forward to seeing you in Detroit!
2nd Annual Flaggl Conference
September 11-13, 2013
Rosen Shingle Creek: Orlando, Florida
If you are a southeastern lender plan on going to Orlando in September. Their pricing is a very affordable $299. Coleman ran this conference for several years, so we will always have a soft spot for our Florida lenders.