Friday, June 22, 2012
No matter whether your interest is dancing for fitness, working with children, or caring for the elderly, there’s a low cost franchise for almost any interest. While you research the different opportunities out there, be sure to talk to people who own the franchise that interests you the most. A franchise that’s based on a strong concept and offers innovative products or services may sound promising, but the franchisor that actively helps its franchisees to be successful are the ones that have a more promising future.
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Here are a few you can get started with for under $50,000 which is the type of business The Business Finance Store likes to finance:
Club Z!With 398 franchisees nationwide, this in-home tutoring service has a franchise fee as low as $19,750 and start-up investment as low as $27,650.
Color Glo InternationalWith a start-up cost as low as $44,500, Color Glo is ranked 18th in mid-sized franchising systems. This franchise, which restores and repairs leather, vinyl, velour, cloth and hard plastic furnishings, has about 148 franchises.
JazzerciseFor a franchise fee of between $500 to $1,000, you can be the purveyor of a company that provides adult fitness classes. For a total investment of $2,980, you can be part of the 6,800 franchises that exist in the U.S.
There are many franchises for $50,000 or less and as Entrepreneur.com recently pointed out, it continues to be a popular form of business, with the number of franchised establishments increasing 1.6% in 2012.
Now is the time to make that move and get your funding now at the Business Finance Store
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
The benefits of being part of a franchise are many (being part of an established brand, working within a proven method for running a business, etc), the downside of the cost is enough to make many people think twice before becoming a franchise owner. However, there are many franchises for $50k and we can provide the funding. With that in mind, below are some of the more popular franchises that cost less than $50,000 to start.