Franchising is an excellent opportunity to be your own boss, but with the support and backing of an established system, community and brand. But it’s not for everyone. Find out if franchising is right for you.
HomeVestors has been ranked among the top franchises by Franchise Business Review and consistently receives high marks for financial opportunity and general satisfaction by its franchisees.
A home-based business grants you added flexibility, but a home-based franchise gives you lower risk, lower cost, instant brand-recognition and more.
Ready to get serious about entrepreneurship? Learn more about what it takes to succeed as a franchise owner.
The Coronavirus pandemic has had a profound impact on franchising. Ensure that you ask well-thought questions of franchisees as part of your due diligence.
A conversation with franchise owners from FirstLight Home Care, Wild Birds Unlimited, and FastSigns International.
Excited about buying your first, second or third franchise? It’s time to start planning.
Your retirement funds can lead to franchise ownership. Learn how 401(k) business financing, a.k.a. Rollovers for Business Start-ups (ROBS), funds your dreams without tax penalties
The franchise agreement is a legally binding document. Know what you are signing, before you sign, with the franchise agreement 101. And take a look at a real sample from WildBirds Unlimited.
Congrats! You’ve taken the leap into franchise ownership. Now the real work begins. Here you’ll find resources on growing your business.
In addition to single unit franchise ownership, there are other models such as sub franchising and area development that can allow a franchisee to control a larger territory and bring in additional revenue streams.
Find out what you need to know about transferring a franchise business. And, learn why it's so important to consider your exit plan before you even invest in your first franchise.
2020 has been a year many small business owners won’t soon forget. And while the pandemic caused some businesses to close temporarily or operate at greatly reduced levels, many home-based businesses continued on with limited impact.