Lincoln Log Homes Dealership Information
With a 30 year tradition, Lincoln Logs International offers quality construction with superior energy efficiency in log homes with a sleek, classic expression. Our log homes symbolize a simplified life in harmony with nature.
We're a Family-Owned, Family-Operated Business
Dating back to 1974, Lincoln Log Homes, is proud of its heritage as a family-owned and operated business. We're especially proud of our program that is designed to bring dealers in as part of the Lincoln Logs International business "family," providing an opportunity for their dreams to be fulfilled.
Our log home kits, featuring 49 standard models, are manufactured onsite at our thirty-one acre Kannapolis, North Carolina facility. We can also handle most custom designs.
Marketing is through our exclusive network of dealers, with defined territories throughout the United States, and in several foreign countries.
Build a Career with Log Homes
Few people can make money by simply living in a particular type of home, but you can, if it is a Lincoln Log home. If you become a Lincoln Log dealer, your residence can become your model home. With proper accounting advice, you can deduct a number of expenses associated with your Lincoln Log model home. Why not let the government help pay for your home by taking advantage of these tax incentives.
To enhance immediate profitability, a Lincoln Log home dealer is never charged a franchise or royalty fee. Do you realize that many franchise and business opportunities require up to a half million dollars before you can even get started? The omission of these expensive requirements creates immediate profits for our dealers.
Our dealers have three options in which to make money. First there is the sale of the log kit. Our dealers make a minimum profit of $7,000 per kit and never handle a log. The dealer simply advertises, sells the kit at retail and buys the kit from us at dealer cost. The difference is your profit. Sell 10 kits and make at least $70,000 profit. This is a tremendous profit potential for handling a small amount of paperwork.
The second way to make money, as a dealer is to "spec build" log homes for sale to the public. This is a most profitable venture. Actually the bank may loan you the money to purchase the lot and build the log home. It is called a construction loan. The profit made by our dealers building "spec homes" can be as much as $30,000 - $50,000 per home. Build and sell 5 houses in the appropriate price range and your profit can be a quarter of a million dollars.
The third way for our dealers to make money is by "turnkey" construction where they supply the Lincoln Log kit and completes the home for the customer.
To further assist our dealers, we place national advertising on a 12-month basis. The leads coming in from the area where you are the dealer are sent to you at no cost. You will also have free access to link with our professional web site to further assist your advertisement.
As a Lincoln Log dealer, you are dealing with a "hard asset." It is not a stock or share in a "hope so" oil well or paper asset. Housing is the largest industry in the U.S. with a ready-made market for you to tap. Housing is the industry that drives the economy! Remember, a home appreciates in value! As a dealer, you have a saleable product! With all these incentives, you can be SUCCESSFUL! We'll show you how.
If this sounds like an opportunity which fits into your lifestyle and dreams, please fill out the form below and we will contact you with more information. There is no obligation on your part.
Please note interested parties should have at least $20,000 to invest.
Lincoln Log Homes is currently accepting inquiries from the following states: Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Washington, D.C., Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Iowa, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Wyoming.