Are you good at managing employees? Tailored Living could be right for you. You can have an office at home, manage a crew of builders and installers, have a warehouse for your equipment, and a truck for customer sales and installs.
When you do the math, Tailored Living is one of the smartest investments you’ll ever make.
*Reflects data reported by franchisees responding in 2015 to a survey of various financial measures experienced during 2014 for U.S. / Reflects data reported by franchisees responding in 2014 to a survey of various financial measures experienced during 2013 for Canada. See Tailored Living U.S. Franchise Disclosure Document, item 19 and Tailored Living Canada Franchise Disclosure Document, item 12, for details.
Home Franchise Concepts has a number of entrepreneurial and community service programs to support and give back to veterans.
Home Franchise Concepts is offering discounts to veterans in two ways:
Additionally, Budget Blinds has partnered with Homes for Our Troops, an organization which provides homes for severely injured veterans and their families. Budget Blinds will provide window coverings for 40 homes each year for three years, as well as the time and labor for this important cause — a value of over $500,000.
Perhaps you’re a great sales person? Or good at managing employees? Maybe you’re a problem-solver and like helping other people? If you have any or all of those characteristics, there’s a Home Franchise Concepts franchise that is a business fit for you. While Home Franchise Concepts franchisees differ in many ways, they all have the desire to start their own business—and to benefit from it as it grows. Home Franchise Concepts franchisees are people who want to work for themselves, have more flexibility, achieve independence, and control their income. They are willing to work hard and realize that success is entirely up to the individual.
The initial investment varies by brand. Candidates should have at least $50,000 in liquid capital, have a net worth of $90,000 - $150,000 or more, be comfortable with an initial capital investment of at least $86,000 and be willing to make a full-time commitment.