This is an outstanding and profitable Senior Care business. The highly supportive parent company has been established and has been providing senior care services for over 29 years. Our business focuses mainly on assisting seniors and the disabled, by providing “In Home Care” so they can continue to live at home, with dignity. We help families at very difficult times in their lives, knowing that we have made a difference with each and every client that we support.
The Senior In-Home Care industry continues to grow. The home care industry is projected to be one of the most explosive industries through the year 2050, growing at more than 20% a year. We have a unique, award winning system that creates the most clients, attracts the best caregivers and produces the highest profit margins in the industry. With years of combined experience and full, extensive training you will be set up for instant success. This is a scalable business serving an industry with explosive growth. Multiple Revenue streams include both companion care and personal care services including nursing care. Full training and ongoing corporate support will be included.
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Highly respected name in the industry.
Growth & Expansion:
The aging baby boomer generation is driving this growth for decades to come.
Asking Price: $140,000 Gross Revenue: $1,550,000Cash Flow: $244,000 (Seller's Discretionary Earnings) EBITDA: Not DisclosedInventory: Not Disclosed FF&E: Not Disclosed included in asking priceReal Estate: Not Disclosed Share this business:
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