A Place at Home Franchise
To buy a franchise with A Place at Home, you'll need to have at least $35000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $120000. A Place at Home charges a franchise fee of $34500.
Total Units: 11
Year Founded: 2012
Franchising Since: 2017
Home Office: Omaha, NE
Locations Available: See Below*
Liquid Capital Required: $35,000
Net Worth Required: $120,000
Total Investment: $58,520 – $153,087
Franchise Fee: $34,500
Royalty Type: De-escalating from 5.5% to 4.5% as franchisees hit revenue checkpoints.
Vetern Discount: 10% discount
*A Place at Home is currently accepting inquiries from the following locations: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia, Wyoming
Values & History
This top-quality senior care concept was born in Omaha, Nebraska in 2012 soon after the founders discovered first-hand how difficult it can be for seniors and their families as they seek to age gracefully over the coming years. Multiple issues arose, from a lack of day-to-day activities or a lack of specific services to cater to unique individual needs. Most seniors prefer to remain in their homes, rather than move to a place unfamiliar to them. The founders recognized this and the opportunity it offered – a way to provide valued service for seniors and their families while offering franchise owners the means to grow their own business for the betterment of their families.
An estimated 56 million Americans will be 65 and older by the year 2020, with that number projected to jump to 84 million by 2050. Nearly 70% of Americans reaching the age of 65 will be unable to care for themselves without assistance at some point in their lives, and A Place at Home offers a larger variety of options for those who will be in need of that assistance due to its senior-focused approach. With more lines of service to offer, franchisees have access to a greater array of income-producing opportunities as well.
Training & Support
Rigorous training and support are part of our commitment to quality care and franchisee success. Our program begins with a 40-hour session at the training facility in Omaha, Nebraska where owners will work with staff to develop an understanding of how day-to-day operations are run. A combined approach of classroom instruction and on-the-job training ensures franchise owners are left feeling qualified and confident in running their new business from the moment the doors open. Ongoing support is provided with always-available access to the company founders, consultations with industry experts, and on-site visits from our staff.
Ideal Candidate & Qualifications
The best candidates for ownerships will be outgoing people with a strong background in sales or marketing. Solid management skills are absolutely essential to business success, and franchisees will need to continually develop and grow the business while taking on competitors. Owners should have an inherent desire to network and build relationships, play a helpful role within the community and, of course, have a passion for providing quality, compassionate care for those in need.
Purchasing a A Place at Home Franchise
Franchise owners will need a minimum net worth of $120k and access to at least $100k in liquid funds for consideration. The total investment potential for this offer stands between $75,800 and $184,500, with assorted financing options available via third-party lenders for those who qualify. Royalty fees are waived for the first six months of operation. Veterans and those with qualifying experience will have access to several additional discounts.
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