Real Estate Franchise Opportunities
HomeVestors® of America Turn your passion for real estate into a business you'll love with the #1 home buyer in America! Minimum Cash Required: $50,000.
Keyrenter Franchise LLC A real estate rental industry franchise - recurring monthly revenue, low investment, recession-proof! Minimum Cash Required: $25,000.
Caring Transitions The next big wave in senior care has arrived! Partner with a proven franchise in the huge baby boomer market. Minimum Cash Required: $49,799.
National Property Inspections Start your own profitable home inspection business with National Property Inspections' complete start-up franchise... Minimum Cash Required: $32,900.
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After several lean years, the real estate franchise industry is beginning to rebound. Real estate franchises don’t only deal with the acquisition and the selling of land. Movers, home inspectors, realtors, house flippers, painters, redecorators and related service providers are all part of the industry.
Converting to a franchise could be the ideal survival strategy for smaller, independent real estate brokerages. A franchise provides the power of brand name backing, and all the benefits that entails – comprehensive training, state-of-the-art technology, partnerships with leading vendors, and lead generation.
Opening a franchise to break into the real estate industry, or affiliating a smaller real estate firm with a larger franchise organization offers these advantages:
- Proven track record of success of the franchisor company
- Brand name recognition
- Training in current best practices and technology
- Operational support
- Marketing and advertising support
- Group purchasing power
- Partnerships with related vendors, such as home inspectors, mortgage lenders etc.