How to buy a franchise business

How to buy into a franchise business - The fdd offers a gold mine of information, like bankruptcy filings by the franchisor, litigation involving the company and/or its executives, the type of training the franchisor offers franchisees, and costs that may not seem obvious, like opening day expenses when headquarters may want you to give away free stuff and do special promotions. Situations like these are particularly attractive because although franchisees will probably have to put up a portion of their personal assets as collateral for the loan, at least they won't have to zero out their bank accounts or tap retirement funds to set up shop. Of territory controlwhile most franchises will limit the number of stores that they open in a given area because of fears of market saturation and diminishing returns, many franchises will still try to fit as many retail locations into a given area as possible. Raw material costsin order to maintain consistency among their offerings, most franchises insist that their franchisees buy raw materials directly from them or from a supplier with which they have a "special" relationship, meaning that they receive rebates on what the franchisees order.

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