Century 21 Real Estate Franchise

Century 21 Real Estate Franchise Opportunity

Take your business to the next level by becoming a part of the most respected real estate* franchise in the industry. With 50 years of experience, we help brokers like you push the envelope.

We win when you thrive. Our tools and industry knowledge are here to help you achieve your goals as an entrepreneur. Our system is designed to lighten your workload, expand your network and help you grow your company. We meet you where you are and get you where you want to be. Join our mission of defying mediocrity and delivering extraordinary experiences. Start your journey with the CENTURY 21® brand.

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Century 21 Real Estate Cost & Fees

Here’s what you can expect to spend to start the business and what ongoing fees the franchisor charges throughout the life of the business.

  • Initial Investment

    The total estimated cost for establishing the business (including: franchise fee, fixed assets, inventory, deposits, other fees and costs, and the working capital required for initial start-up).

    $24,700 - $456,750
  • Cash Requirement

    Your liquid capital, or the cash you need on-hand in order to be able to enter into the franchise agreement.


Century 21 Real Estate Awards from Franchise Business Review

2023 Top Franchise
2022 Most Innovative

The CENTURY 21® brand has the scale and the reputation to lead the real estate industry into the future. While others focus on simply facilitating a transaction, CENTURY 21® Agents believe in the value of delivering extraordinary experiences by defying mediocrity and always giving you 121%.

Whether you’re buying or selling a home, a CENTURY 21® Agent is ready to deliver an extraordinary experience. Our agents bring a commitment to helping you make informed decisions by capitalizing on current market opportunities and trends.

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  • Min. Cash Required: $75,000
  • Total Startup Investment: $24,700 - $456,750
  • Franchising Since: 1972
  • Franchise Units: 2,500


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