The backbone of any economy is supply and demand; how much of something can the market offer and what are people willing to pay. When it comes to a FedEx line haul for sale, sellers are hoping that inventory is limited and buyers want to have many options. Of course, not everyone can always win and the system ebbs and flows. Continue reading Marketplace Update: FedEx Line Haul for Sale
You already know that you want to own your own business, and have decided to peruse routes for sale to find the right one. But you are feeling overwhelmed, after all, there are many route types to choose from. From brand routes to independent routes, each comes with its own set of pros and cons. Continue reading The Different Types of Routes for Sale
If you have ever received a package delivered to your home, you have probably wondered how do FedEx routes work. With FedEx handling several million packages a day, this post will aid potential route owners in understanding fact vs. fiction surrounding routes. Continue reading How Do FedEx Routes Work?
Many people believe that the only place to secure a loan for FedEx routes is with a bank. However, some banks are hesitant to issue funding for businesses that offer up a lack of physical collateral. Despite being wildly profitable, your bank might balk when asked to provide capital for your route-based business. Continue reading Seller Financing Explained for FedEx Routes
Owning an independent business is synonymous with pursuing the American Dream. Whether you were born knowing that all roads point to running your own company, or have recently been bitten by the self-employment bug, you will want to consider owning a FedEx route. While lucrative and satisfying for most, the business model is not for everybody. Today we look at who should buy a FedEx route and some of the pros and cons that come with the turf. Continue reading Who Should Buy a FedEx Route?