Hospitals and Medical professionals are under more pressure than ever with medical insurance laws to discharge patients as soon as possible and get them home. Non-Medical, In-Home care is one of the fastest growing industries in the nation. Beginning 6 years ago, 10,000 baby-boomers PER DAY started turning 65 and will continue for the next 14 years.
This Franchise started in 2013 and has seen anywhere from 30-40% growth every year. Large territory on the gulf coast that borders all the rural territory south of I10 and west of Houston. Large population of Seniors makes this a prime location.
Non-medical care bridges the gap between family and medical personnel. The liability is lower than Home Health because everything is non-medical. No nurses or doctors or insurance/medicare- completely private pay business.
About the Business
Number of Employees:
Building Sq. Ft.:
$2,250.00 Per Month
Central office is established with 3.5 mature office staff and approximately 48-50 CAREGivers. Because services are provided in client's homes there is minimal overhead. Franchise does have a car for the Community Service representative. Additionally, a healthy client base is established as well as, referral providers.
Minimal competition with only 3 other notable providers. This franchise is recognized as the community leader for quality service.
Growth & Expansion:
Growth potential is high, expecting 30-40% growth again this year and should continue for 10-14 years.
The Home Franchise offers a week long training for new owners and then continued support with a business coach that is personal to the franchise.
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Asking Price: $690,000 Gross Revenue: $1,100,000Cash Flow: Not DisclosedEBITDA: Not DisclosedInventory: Not Disclosed included in asking priceFF&E: Not Disclosed included in asking priceShare this business:
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