The fiscal cliff may have been averted, but that doesn’t mean the economy is any more inviting to aspiring business owners. For that reason, franchising remains an attractive option for those looking to start a business in 2013. The five following companies provide attractive franchising options to entrepreneurs with an even more attractive price.
Total investment costs: Between $74,260 – $99,375
Since opening in 2001, disaster recovery company PuroClean has grown to 300 franchises and more $110 million in systemwide sales.
"PuroClean franchise owners make a difference and touch the lives of homeowners and business owners during stressful property emergencies," said Lauren Reid, CEO of PuroClean. "PuroClean continues to attract entrepreneurial-minded individuals looking for a personally and financially rewarding high-level business opportunity in the recession-proof insurance property claims industry."
Even in a field described as recession-proof, aspiring business owners would be well served by examining any franchises they hope to get involved with.
"Instead of thinking about what kind of business you want to operate, say a restaurant or home service business, first decide what type of investment and time commitment you are willing and able to make," Reid said. "Then you can narrow down which type of business would suit your personal and professional goals and aspirations."
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