You don’t have to spend $250,000 to open a franchise.
Unless you want to.
Most of the people that I’ve worked with over the years come to the table thinking that they’ll have to bet the farm in order to become a franchise owner. But, it’s just not true.
But, if you’re hell-bent on starting a franchise that requires a retail space-and along with it, things like inventory, fixtures, and signage, you will end up with a total investment that’s in the $250,000 range.
Low-Cost Franchise Options
Some very successful franchisees own low-cost businesses.
Some of these franchises are home-based, and some are small-office based.
And, if you have great sales skills, there’s a whole world of opportunities in franchising for you to look at.
If you’d like to learn more about some of the low-cost franchise business options that are available, I was just interviewed by my friend, Carol Roth.
Carol, an outspoken and influential businesswoman, has a radio program on Chicago’s WGN-Radio, a 50,000 watt powerhouse that can sometimes be heard as far away as Australia.
Take a listen to this 10-minute radio interview; you’ll learn about franchises that have a low investment.