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911 Restoration franchise financing options

Compare costs, fees and where to get financing for a 911 Restoration.

Editor's choice: OnDeck business lines of credit

  • Business loan amounts up to $250k
  • Repayment terms up to 18 months
  • $100k in annual revenue required
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Overall costs for 911 Restoration run anywhere from $68,600 to $227,400. See how the costs break down and what funding options might be right for your new venture into the franchise foray.

Estimated initial costs

Our cost estimates are accurate as of 2021 from Franchise Direct and include opening fees and expenses only. The location you choose for your 911 Restoration franchise may result in higher or lower fees.

Franchise fees

911 Restoration franchise fees total around $39,000, which is more than the $37,000 average for the 200 largest franchises.
Franchise Cost
Initial franchise fee $29,000 to $49,000
Estimated total $29,000 to $49,000

Equipment fees

Equipment fees total $58,900 for 911 Restoration. This is less than the $180,023 average for the top 200 franchises.
Equipment Cost
Equipment, furnishings and fixtures $25,000 to $50,000
Service vehicle $1,500 to $35,000
Signage $1,000 to $3,000
Computer system $0 to $2,000
Telephone $100 to $200
Estimated total $27,600 to $90,200

Real estate fees

Real estate will set you back $5,500 for 911 Restoration, thought it's less than the average of $788,376 for the top 200 franchises.
Real estate Cost
Leaseholds improvements $0 to $5,000
First three months' rent $0 to $4,500
Security deposits $0 to $1,500
Estimated total $0 to $11,000

Training fees

911 Restoration initial training costs total $4,250, which comes in under the nationwide average of $9,788.
Training Cost
Initial training fee $2,500 to $2,500
Travel and living expenses while training $0 to $3,500
Estimated total $2,500 to $6,000

Inventory costs

Initial inventory for 911 Restoration shakes out to $7,500. This is less than the nationwide average of $53,119.
Inventory Cost
Initial inventory and operating supplies $5,000 to $10,000
Estimated total $5,000 to $10,000

Licenses and permits costs

911 Restoration initial licenses and permits will set you back $1,000. This comes out to less than $18,770 — the overall nationwide average.
Licenses and permits Cost
Permit and license fees $0 to $2,000
Estimated total $0 to $2,000

Insurance costs

Initial insurance costs for 911 Restoration run $1,350. This means you'll be paying less than the overall nationwide average of $6,311.
Insurance Cost
Three months' insurance $0 to $2,700
Insurance premiums Insurance premiums to maintain recommended coverage as a franchise owner.
Estimated total $0 to $2,700

Administrative fees

911 Restoration administrative fees total up to $1,500 — which comes in under the overall nationwide average of $6,761.
Admin Cost
Business launch fee $1,500 to $1,500
Technology fees $195 monthly. Set-up fee for CRM is a one-time fee of $300; 911 Restoration emails incur a yearly charge of $50 per email per year.
Costs and attorneys' fees Will vary under circumstances.
Estimated total $1,500 to $1,500

Other expenses

Miscellaneous expenses for 911 Restoration total $29,000 — less than the nationwide average of $69,970.
Other Cost
Professional fees $3,000 to $5,000
Three to six months' additional funds $0 to $50,000
Estimated total $3,000 to $55,000
All costs were found using the 200 largest franchises nationwide using Franchise Direct's list of more than 300 franchises, and are accurate as of 2021.

How to finance

Since the estimated total for 911 Restoration is on the more costly side, we recommend following these steps to get fully financed:
  1. Go to the 911 Restoration franchising website and review its financial requirements, including cash-on-hand requirements.
  2. Reach out to 911 Restoration about in-house financing for franchisees.
  3. If in-house financing isn't available, look for online loans, bank loans and SBA loans to help meet the $148,000 estimated opening costs.
  4. Compare lenders based on amounts, interest rates and what types of personal and business credit history they accept.
  5. Once you settle on a lender, gather all required documents, including account statements and assets.
  6. Apply for financing online or in person as required by the lender.

What types of financing is available?

You have several options when it comes to financing a 911 Restoration — even if the cost is on the heavier side. What assets you have available will largely determine how much you need to borrow, and which option suits you best.
  • Online loan. A number of online business lenders offer amounts up to $1 million, with some extending up to $5 million.
  • Bank loan. Your personal credit will typically need to at least be good — 670 or higher — when it comes to getting a bank loan large enough to cover a significant portion of 911 Restoration opening costs.
  • SBA loan. While your personal credit score doesn't need to be as good to qualify for an SBA loan, they usually cost more than standard term loans from banks or online lenders.
Also check if 911 Restoration franchise financing is available. You may be able to get some of the costs covered for less than you would with other traditional funding options.

Compare small business lenders

You may not need financing to cover the estimated $68,600. But if you need funds for other business ventures, select the loan amount, your time in business and revenue and your personal credit score to compare a selection of lenders.
Name Product Filter Values Min. Amount Max. Amount Requirements
OnDeck short-term loans
$5,000
$250,000
600+ personal credit score, 1 year in business, $100,000+ annual revenue
A leading online business lender offering flexible financing at competitive fixed rates.
Lendio business loans
$500
$5,000,000
Operate business in US or Canada, have a business bank account, 560+ personal credit score
Submit one simple application to potentially get offers from a network of over 300 legit business lenders.
National Funding business loans
$5,000
$500,000
Be in business at least one year and make at least $150,000 in annual sales. Other loan types have additional requirements.
Working capital loans and equipment financing, some high-risk industries may be eligible.
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How 911 Restoration stacks up

Compare how 911 Restoration holds up against two similarly sized franchises.
Pizza Ranch 911 Restoration Blimpie
Average Franchise fees $30,000 $39,000 $20,210
Average Equipment fees $555,000 $58,900 $71,505
Average Real estate fees $983,850 $5,500 $110,750
Average Training fees $66,000 $4,250 $5,250
Average Inventory fees NA $7,500 $5,000
Average Marketing fees NA NA NA
Average Licenses and permits fees NA $1,000 NA
Average Insurance fees NA $1,350 $3,000
Average Admin fees $20,000 $1,500 $650
Average Personnel fees NA NA NA
Average Other fees $42,000 $29,000 $29,125

Bottom line

911 Restoration franchise costs run a total of $148,000. Before you decide to become a franchisee, compare the total costs against industry averages. And to learn more about financing read our guide to franchise financing.

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