2018 Costs & Fees

Liquid Capital Required:$100,000
Net Worth Required:$400,000
Total Investment:$200,000

Franchisor Details

Franchise Gator Top 100 (2017, 2018); Franchise Gator Fastest Growing (2017); Franchise Gator Top Emerging (2017, 2018)

City Wide Franchise Information:

City Wide Maintenance is the ONLY franchise opportunity for the sales and marketing professional! Since 1961, City Wide has been a general contractor for the building maintenance industry offering clients a choice between doing the same old thing or the ability achieve greater results in less time.

Why buy an operational franchise which limits your growth opportunities to one service when you can buy a City Wide franchise that sells more than 20 different building maintenance services?

Sure you could buy a janitorial franchise or carpet cleaning, pest control, window washing, or even lawn and landscaping. But the question is WHY? Who wants the headaches associated with the hourly employees, the vehicles, the inventory, and excessive overhead costs? The building maintenance industry is huge, so why limit yourself? The reason people get into business is to do something they love, serve others, make a profit. City Wide provides its owners more than 20 different ways to open accounts AND keep them.

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If you are strong in sales and/or sales management, City Wide has an opportunity for you!

  • Compounding revenue through signed, automatically renewing contracts
  • Unlimited growth potential; Every commercial property is a prospect
  • Requires few employees
  • Business model is virtually "recession-proof"
  • Proven business model that's worked successfully since 1961
  • Spend time growing your business, not performing daily operations yourself
  • Offer awide range of high-demand servicesnot just one or two
  • Requireslittle or no equipment expense or inventory expense
  • Professional Business-to-Business market, not Residential market
  • Capitalizes ongrowing business trend of "outsourcing"


"What I love about this business is that I am doing the same thing as I was doing in corporate America but now I am building a business for myself. Repeat contracts, no hourly employees, no more travel, in control of my destiny… somebody pinch me!
~ John Duffy,
City Wide Franchise Owner, Tampa Fl.

Major Market Opportunities Available

City Wide Franchise Owners have exclusive rights to major metro markets with populations of 500,000 or more. You need only a single office, yet every business within your large, exclusive territory is a prospect.

Selling & Managing

The primary responsibility of a City Wide Franchise Owner is to build a Sales Team and grow your business. Once the accounts are sold, it is absolutely necessary to have a strong operational person who can manage the ongoing relationships with clients and Independent Contractors.

Proven Successful

The City Wide business model has proven successful since 1959. We perfected the model first and only then did we choose to grow through franchising.

Start Up Costs

The City Wide Franchise Fee starts at $60,000. Estimated business operating expenses over the first 12 months are estimated to be $100,000 to $150,000 (not including the Franchise Fee).

Dream Team

Sales, Marketing and Management skills are required to be a City Wide Franchisee. This opportunity works well for a talented and well-rounded business person or a two-person team -- one strong in sales and the other, operations. To learn more about what we are looking for in a Franchise Owner, please contact us.

Please note this franchise is NOT accepting inquiries from
AK, KS, MO, CO, ND, SD, and HI or from outside the United States.
Interested parties should have at least $100,000 to invest.

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Please Note:

City Wide is currently accepting inquiries from the following states: Wyoming, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Washington, Vermont, Virginia, Utah, Texas, Tennessee, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Oklahoma, Ohio, New York, Nevada, New Mexico, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Nebraska, North Carolina, Montana, Mississippi, Minnesota, Michigan, Maine, Massachusetts, Louisiana, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Idaho, Iowa, Georgia, Florida, Delaware, Washington, D.C., Connecticut, California, Arizona, Arkansas, Alabama.

Interested parties should have at least $100,000 in liquid capital to invest.

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