The financial requirements to own a Handyman Matters business are listed in our Item 7 from our FDD and copied below. At the end of the day this is going to be:
Therefore, when the time comes to cash in or pass your business to a family member, you will have great value as being part of a national brand.
As with any business, there is an investment both monetarily and with your time. You should always ask yourself, why would I spend this when I could do it on my own. The answer with Handyman Matters lies in the business model, systems and procedures that have been perfected for nearly 20 years and the amount of support our franchise offers.
Your investment in Handyman Matters provides:
See Item 7 of the Handyman Matters 2016 Franchise Disclosure Document for more information
The fact is, most franchise owner have applied a variety of financing options to fund their investment. We chose to partner with FranFund to help our franchisees find loan options that best fit their particular needs. If you have a 175K net worth and 100K in available capital, FranFund may be able to help you secure a business loan. Typical financing options include Small Business Administration (SBA) backed loans, securities backed loans, or even rolling over your retirement accounts to fund your franchise (with no penalty, debt or taxes). At FranFund, you can talk to a representative and get a free over-the-phone consultation. FranFund offers a revolutionary program called FranScore which provides candidates the insight they need to determine their funding qualifications faster and more accurately.