Have you been trying to purchase a senior care business but find their overpriced and
under performing, then read on.
Wall Street executive and former multi unit franchise owner will show you how to cut through the red tape and enter the in home senior care business for less than 150k dollars with the #1 rated company in the industry. First 4 weeks are phone calls educating you on the senior care industry and the company history.Second 4 weeks are 2 weeks at home training and then 2 weeks training at corporate headquarters. Next you will be assigned a business coach who will help you every step of the way to get the business operational. Most people will break even in less than a year and when established,your sales will be 1.2 million and 125k to 180k profit. Proof is fully documented. In 20 yrs. you will have 1 million in equity and be ready to retire. Like what you hear, contact me. If you have been looking to purchase an existing business they are all over priced and under performing
The company provides non-medical and skilled nursing in-home care primarily to the exploding market of seniors over the age of 65 as well as assistance in activities of daily living including both companion care and hands-on personal care services. We provide much needed services that support independence, dignity and quality of life while also contributing to their communities.
We offers a highly scalable business model with unlimited earning potential. Advantages include additional profit centers, large exclusive territories, this is territory that is available for development, sales and profit numbers are existing franchisee averages. Don't wait there are only so many territories available.
Asking Price: $150,000 Gross Revenue: $950,000Cash Flow: $135,000 (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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