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Mike Pero Mortgages

Mike Pero Mortgages is a nationwide mortgage broking franchise business with around 40 mortgage franchises from Whangarei to Invercargill. The company enjoys high brand awareness synonymous with trust, professionalism and excellence in service.Why Buy a Mike Pero Mortgages Franchise? These are just some of the reasons people choose to buy a Mike Pero Mortgages franchise over other

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The Finance Mart

The Finance Mart are a nationwide mortgage and finance broking franchise specialising in personal loans, car and boat finance and debt consolidation. This financial service franchise is committed to finding the best deals for their clients, and will disclose all finance options as required by law.

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Roost Mortgage Brokers

Roost Mortgage Brokers provide a free of charge, competitive home loan service. Sourcing home loans from over a hundred different products and from 16 different lenders, this franchise prides itself on its strong relationship with lenders and customer service. Franchisees are privy to the unique Roost set structure, and are equipped with guidelines to assist them operate franchisees to maximise

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Michael Bevan Mortgages

At Michael Bevan Mortgages (MBM) our organisation is made up of peak performers and is based on Michael’s experiences as a part of one of the greatest sporting franchises in the world, the Australian Cricket team. As an MBM franchisee you get to experience and be part of a culture of teamwork, excellence and success. We understand mortgage broking is a people business. We’re team focused and

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Adam Paore Mortgages

Adam Parore Mortgages (APM) is New Zealand’s premium mortgage broker. Employing specialist research, this financial service franchise guarantees to provide its customer’s with the best home-loan deal in the market. Minimal overheads and maximum support make an APM franchises a successful business opportunity.

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Fifo Capital New Zealand Limited

Fifo Capital franchisees provide working capital funding for small businesses. It is really that simple. We buy selected invoices from the business, providing cash today, for their business needs. We advance 80% - 90% of the value of the selected invoice after having completed our credit assessment on both the client and the debtor. An excellent return on funds invested. We have a

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First Class Accounts

First Class Accounts is the largest bookkeeping franchise nationally with franchisees from in New Zealand and Australia. First Class Accounts was established in 2000 and is recognised by the bookkeeping industry for their commitment to a comprehensive upfront and ongoing training program which ensures the high caliber of their bookkeepers remains consistent across the franchise network.

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NZF homeloans

NZF Home Loans is part of the stock-exchange listed New Zealand Finance Holdings Limited. This successful finance lending franchise is currently looking for a manager with a business/finance background to expand the company. Solid support base provided.

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CAL Systems

CAL Systems are a proven finance lending franchise which has been successfully operating for 27 years. Franchisees do not require any formal qualifications. A free package and five days in house training will provide franchisees with everything they need to start their own home-based finance company. On-going support is offered through a business help-line. Business Overview In 27 years

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Cash Converters NZ & Pacific Island

Cash Converters are an international second-hand retail franchise. Goods are bought for cash and sold at competitive prices. Already established in 21 different countries and expanding, Cash Converters International Limited is now a public company listed on the Australian and UK stock exchanges. For franchisees, no prior retail experience is required and future store owners will provide

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