About Us

About us

Strip Club Financing values reflect who we are and what we stand for as a club business financing company. We never lose sight of what matters most: our relationship with the small business owners, franchise owners, and equipment vendors who look to us for financing.

Whether you have questions about our financing services or need to inquire about your loan, you can always count on receiving customer service that is second to none.

Providing you with the right answers and the best solutions is what you expect from a leading financial services company, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.

Frequently Asked Questions

Check out some of the most common questions people ask about purchasing a strip club.

How much down payment will I need?
A. The amount of down payment varies depending upon the amount of hard assets included, the seller’s situation and your liquidity. Buying any business is actually very down payment-driven. Naturally, the amount of money you have for down payment determines the size business you can purchase. Typically, the more cash you can offer a seller, the lower the sale price of the business.
What are some of the things to consider when buying a strip club?
A. The main item to consider is whether or not you like the club. Additional considerations are location, down payment and the owner’s true discretionary income. What support will your suppliers give you? Can you improve the business? What can you do that the seller is not doing? What is your competition?
Is selling a strip club like selling real estate?
A. Not really. Although club owners sometimes prefer selling their business to selling their real estate, there are many differences. The sale of a business needs to be carefully structured to consider the tax consequences for both the buyer and the seller. Furthermore, there are a number of intricacies involved in defining what is actually being transacted. Is it a stock or asset sale? Are accounts receivable included in the sale? Which liabilities are included in the sale? How will the purchase be allocated?