If you look at HouseMaster, you see an award winning franchise opportunity with an excellent return on investment, best in class systems, free life-time training and the highest level of customer satisfaction in the inspection industry. HouseMaster Business Owners are exceptionally talented and driven to be the very best that they can be. They are well respected in their communities, in their industry, and they provide an invaluable service that allows homebuyers to have confidence in the most important purchase decision of their lives. But if that’s all you see, you’d be missing the real story. What makes HouseMaster great is the close bond that is formed between each of the Owners. As a HouseMaster Business Owner you are not alone. HouseMaster Owners support and help each other and in many ways function more like a close-knit family than a group of franchisees. Owning a successful franchise is great. Belonging to the HouseMaster family is so much more.
To buy a franchise with HouseMaster, you'll need to have at least $30,000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $100,000. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $60,100 - $106,150. They also offer financing via 3rd party. *
|Financing:||Via 3rd party|
|Home Office:||Somerville, NJ|
The HouseMaster System prides itself in providing best of class ongoing support to all of our franchisees. With complete Tier 1 and Tier 2 support structures in place, every franchise is set up for success from day one. Starting with robust sales, marketing, business and technical training - no stone is left unturned to get you started on the right foot.
After the initial training, you are paired up with a franchise development team that holds your hand as long as you need it. They bring in all the specialist you need to run your business including technical trainings, sales and marketing, and more. To top it all off - annual regional and national conferences keep you up to date on best practices by your peers and industry pros. We support you in the following business functions:
The whole point behind owning a franchise is to leverage the experience of those who have been there and done it. The HouseMaster legacy is that it has been there and done it.
Our marketing and operational systems are the results of decades of learning. And..to prepare for the decades to come, we are constantly testing and innovating to make things work even better. From day one in the business, you'll have an exact marketing plan that is simple and easy to execute, goals that are achievable, and systems and processes implemented that keep you focused on the customer.
As you get to know the HouseMaster Brand better, you will see that we are much more than a community. We are better described as a family. With 1 out of 5 franchisees being part of the brand for more than 20 years and large number of franchisees being either 2nd or 3rd generation owners, it's easy to see how we have evolved into a supportive and outgoing family. So much in fact, that our franchisees often recommend real life family to start their own HouseMaster franchise.
As part of the community, you'll have opportunity to serve on the Franchise Advisory Council, marketing and tech boards and of course, interact with others online in private forums, and at the annual regional and national conferences.
Owning a business is not for the weak. Fortunately for HouseMaster Franchisees, we eliminate a lot of risk without taking away the rewards. Those who follow our systems and processes see results faster than those who stall or try to reinvent the wheel. We recognize two categories of exceptional performers. HouseMaster recognizes two categories of exceptional earners. These people are part of our President's Club and Charmain's Circle. Roughly 20% of our Franchisees qualify for President's Club each year, and 8% qualify for Chairman's Circle. We have members in both groups who have been franchisees with HouseMaster less than 5 years.
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Interested parties should have at least $30,000 in liquid capital to invest.