Franchise Wave Offers Low-Cost Options
By Lisa Barringer, Franchise Guardian® Writer
When making a business move to join a trade name, aim to get more bang for your franchise investment dollars.
Franchise Guardian® recommends a number of low-cost franchises with high profits. If you’re looking for a small business venture, such as a franchise with low or no startup costs, Franchise Guardian can introduce you to some of the best low-cost franchises on the market today.
“With some brands, we are offering no franchise fees to restimulate the economy due to the COVID turmoil,” explains Franchise Guardian Founder and CEO Kevin Monahan.
Viable offers include low-cost food, fitness and technology franchises with diverse portfolios and funding options, fee discounts for military veterans and zero royalty charges. Franchise Guardian has a smorgasbord of 30-plus, low-investment franchises to consider. The following are some of the best low-cost franchises with initial fees under $50,000:
- Gadgetech, a cellphone repair business in Cape Coral, Florida, is valued at more than $125,000. To join this enterprise, interested investors pay a startup fee of only $24,900.
- The eco-friendly Green Man Exterminator, a green pest control company with a net worth of $100,000 in Northeastern Pennsylvania, charges a startup fee of $25,000.
- Monkeynastix, an international holistic education program for children, is enticing wide-eyed opportunists with an irresistible offer. It is licensing the first five U.S. franchises with free setups and no franchise fees.
Franchise decision making often involves more than a cost-benefit analysis, though. The country’s economic outlook factor into it, too.
The International Franchise Association forecasts 26,000 new small business franchises in the U.S. this year. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, the accommodation and food services sector (at 20%) currently tops industries with the highest number of small business franchises.
Franchise Guardian can recommend the best affordable opportunities in that sector and others; suggest available lenders; tailor a business model to a particular franchisee and help investors map out questions to ask a franchisor. It also advises on the best franchise opportunities for veterans.
Get a jumpstart on the franchising wave, today. Contact Franchise Guardian® at email@example.com.