Many people have questions about yurt financing, so I did a little research and here is the answer:
Yes, but ONLY if you are a business!
Business-to-business financing is available in all 50 states if you are using your yurt as a commercial business location. For example, if your business is a yoga studio, hair salon, art gallery, a massage retreat, or holistic venue … then you have a good chance if you have decent credit.
If you are a private home owner, I suggest that you talk to your local credit union or banker and find out about a personal line of credit, using the yurt itself as collateral.
I have recently had conversations with two companies that will finance business-to-business yurt loans.
These are not recommendations, nor do we have any affiliation with either business, but I am providing their contact information in case you want to find out more… Give either or both these guys a call/e-mail to discuss your business yurt loan needs:
Kevin VanWagner with Full Circle LLC
AP Equipment Financing
Tell ‘em Dana at Rainier sent you!