Comfort Keepers - Franchise
Freedom, leadership, helping others or the opportunity to build wealth. Whatever your definition of success, a Comfort Keepers® franchise offers a unique path for personal and business...
What Does a Comfort Keepers Franchise Cost?
To buy a franchise with Comfort Keepers, you'll need to have at least liquid capital of $100,000 and a minimum net worth of $300,000. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $100,050 - $171,200. Comfort Keepers charges a franchise fee of $55,000. They also offer a discount for veterans (10% off of the Franchise Fee). *
Options available to franchisees:
|10% off of the Franchise Fee
|55% multi unit ownership
Facts about this franchise:
|Training in virtual – covered over four week
It's not every day you find business opportunities that are rewarding financially as well as emotionally. That's one of the many special things about Comfort Keepers, a leading provider of in-home care for seniors and other adults requiring additional care in daily living and related services. The care typically is provided in the client's home (but may also be provided in other facilities), includes companionship, meal preparation, light housekeeping, grocery and clothing shopping, grooming and assistance with recreational activities. Rated a "World-Class Franchise" by The Franchise Research Institute and Ranked #1 in Category by Entrepreneur Franchise 500 in 2014 with more than 15 years of experience and accomplishment. We are a superior choice for capitalizing on the rapidly growing senior care market thanks to its highly regarded brand, unsurpassed operational system and tremendous support resources.
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Why Choose Comfort Keepers
For over a decade, we have established our brand as a recognized and trusted leader within the senior care business - a clear strategic advantage for our franchisees. We have a well-developed operations system providing a framework for systematic franchisee start-up, on-going support and continued training along the growth curve. Whether you have experience in the health field or simply want to make a difference in the lives of people in your community, you will become, like so many of our franchisees, a local leader who enjoys firsthand the rewarding business of helping others.
Benefits Of Owning Your Franchise
- Size and growth of our network today
- Franchise Business Consultants
- Interactive Caregiving
- New Business Start-up Coach
- Assistance and Guidance with Personal Care, HIPPA and Licensure
- Comfort Keepers SafetyChoice Program
- Scheduling software and functionalities
- Most recent Client Satisfaction at 97%
- Opportunity to join an Industry Leader
Protected Franchise Territory
We work with you to design an effective territory based on general population, senior population over 65, and average household income demographics.
Exceptional Support & Training
New franchisees will work with a Business Coach to create a Business Plan, get acquainted with Comfort Keepers systems, as well as complete online coursework to prepare them for their time at corporate headquarter in Dayton, Ohio.
Our new franchise owner training runs for five weeks. The program includes four weeks of coach-led webinars and online training plus one week at our Franchise Support Center. Prior to opening, you will also spend time in an active Comfort Keepers office to observe daily operations.
- The Business Model
- Phone Skills
- In-Home Client Care
- Caregiver Competencies
- Quality Assurance
- Human Resources
- Training and Finance
This phase of the training will be highly interactive with attendees having the chance to immerse themselves in practice situations.
Training and Support is not an event for Comfort Keepers... It is always ongoing!
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Comfort Keepers is currently accepting inquiries from the following states:
Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, District Of Columbia, 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
Interested parties should have at least $100,000 in liquid capital to invest.