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Top 5 Low-Cost Franchise Industries

Posted by Ian Klaes on Aug 29, 2019 11:04:29 AM

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When you think of a franchise, you might think of large food companies, like McDonald's or Chick-Fil-A. While well known, these franchises require an investment well over $100,00, which is not feasible for many prospective business owners. However, there are successful franchises available in other industries that are much more affordable. 

In this post, we will review some of the top low-cost franchise industries. With low cost typically comes lower risk, so many of the industries that we will review also offer the opportunity for franchise owners to quickly earn back their initial investment.

1. Senior Care

When it comes to investing in a business, a senior care franchise is one of the most low-cost franchises available. Senior care involves providing medical and/or non-medical services to seniors in their own homes, where they can continue their daily routines. Many senior care franchise owners choose the industry because they are passionate about helping today's senior citizens age safely at home. 

With a rise in the senior population, this industry is projected to continue growing, especially as most seniors want to remain at home instead of moving to an assisted living or independent living community. This low-cost franchise opportunity boasts large potential for growth now and in the coming years.

2. Business Services

Business services is a general term that refers to businesses that help support a business and its functions but do not produce any tangible products. These services could include consultation services, insurance, business management, digital marketing, or other services. These types of franchise businesses are relatively cheap to open and generally offer solid annual profits, making them a great option for potential franchisees.

3. Home Services

Home service businesses provide services like carpet cleaning, floor refinishing, HVAC repair, maid services, and more. Opening a franchise in this industry typically only requires a business plan, licenses and insurance, cleaning supplies, and a marketing strategy to be successful. This industry boasts low overhead, making it attractive to franchisees. Plus, franchise owners can have a flexible schedule and work from home when getting started.

4. Child Services

Child service franchise focus on daycare, tutoring, mentoring kids after school, and other care and educational needs. Child service franchises range in initial investment costs, but most are under $100,00. A franchise in this industry can be extremely rewarding as you can build relationships with families in your community. These franchises also provide a good work-life balance for franchisees. With over 74 million children in the United States, this franchise investment offers a bright future. 

Additionally, child services are recession resistant, meaning that parents will always seek for ways to educate and care for their children regardless of the state of the economy. As long as parents work, there is a need to help take care of children. 

5. Pet Services

If you love working with animals, then a pet service franchise may be the right fit for you. These types of franchises can provide daycare, boarding, training, or grooming for animals to help keep them happy and healthy. A pet service franchise is an extremely scalable business model, which is often attractive to new franchise owners. Simple business models pave a path to success, and your passion for animals can help propel you forward. 

While these are our top 5 low-cost franchise opportunities, know that there are many other low-cost franchises available across almost all industries. As a potential franchisee, it's important that you choose a franchise that is the best fit for you. To discuss whether a home care franchise is the best fit, reach out to our Caring team. 

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