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A Little About FedEx Stepvan and Cargo Trucks

Whether you call is a stepvan, step van or step truck, these 4-wheeled utility vehicles have been around since the 1930s.  The first incarnations delivered milk and bread, allowing the driver to operate the vehicle while sitting or standing. Over time, stepvans have been adopted by delivery companies like FedEx. You also might see one selling ice cream in your neighborhood!
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FedEx Ground Contractor Requirements

There are specific FedEx ground contractor requirements you will need to adhere to if you are looking to become a route owner. FedEx policy is stringent and precise, which is one of the reasons the brand has experienced so much growth and success over the past few decades.
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4 Tips on How to Get a Loan for Your FedEx Contractor Route

As a FedEx contractor, applying for a loan can be a stressful time. It often feels like a process that is out of your control, conducted by complete strangers who have the power to make or break your life as a small business person. However, there are certain things that you can take control of that will make the loan application process easier to survive.
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Marketplace Update: FedEx Line Haul for Sale

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.
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The Different Types of Routes 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.
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Seller Financing Explained for FedEx Routes

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.
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Who Should Buy a FedEx Route?

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.
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Why Are There So Many Fedex Routes for Sale?

So, you're looking to buy a FedEx route. Congratulations! You will be joining a special group of individuals who are living the American Dream by running their own business, backed by a superpower brand name.  But during your search, you might be wondering why are there so many FedEx routes for sale? Let's take a look at a few of the reasons why and why that's not entirely true.
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How to Ensure Confidentiality of Data During a Transaction

If you are buying or selling a business you will want to know how to ensure confidentiality of data, particularly when it comes to route business opportunities. A breach of data can not only give your competitor's an advantage if the deal falls through, but you also risk losing or upsetting current employees who may be unaware of your plans to sell. During what can be a stressful and emotional time, including a time-consuming due diligence process on both sides, you will need to make sure all information is safeguarded to the max.  Here are a few tips on how to ensure confidentiality of data.
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FedEx Independent Contractor Job Types

Did you know that you can work as your own boss while leveraging the global presence and brand identity of a multinational company? Becoming a FedEx independent contractor might be exactly what you’re looking for in your next professional step, but first, you need to learn more about what that means for you.
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Is Buying a FedEx Route a Good Investment?

The entrepreneurial spirit shines brightly in many Americans who yearn to be independent business owners, and many of those folks look into buying a FedEx route. And with good reason. As a relatively sound and stable investment, FedEx routes can show an average increase of 15% per year.
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FedEx Route Sales Prices on the Rise

Over the years, we've kept a close eye on the trends associated with FedEx route sales, FedEx route prices, and the factors affecting each.  As brokers of FedEx routes, our clients depend on us to provide sage advice when it comes to route pricing, initiatives to increase value, identifying the right time to sell, etc.
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