What does it cost to own a Senior Care Authority franchise?
Are you seeking a lucrative business that provides life + work balance and the ability to make a significant difference in people’s lives? This is an opportunity that affords the flexibility and the freedom that comes with business ownership. With our franchise, you are joining a proven business model with infrastructure including training, marketing and technology to support your success.
The total investment necessary to begin operation of a Senior Care Authority® business is between $71,095 and $90,395. The types of general expenditures you can expect in our franchise.
Value of my Franchise Fee
As a franchise owner, you are part of a collaborative, proven system offering extensive training, proprietary marketing and technology including a customized software platform, ongoing support with your franchise owner peers, lifetime mentoring and more. Entrepreneurs realize the dream of business ownership with a program that helps them prosper and grow.
We offer large, exclusive territories in prime locations throughout the country and in Canada.
Senior Care Authority offers referrals to the top funding partners in the industry who can assist with a myriad of options. We are also an approved franchise of the Small Business Administration (SBA).
Senior Care Authority is a strong supporter of Veterans and offers a military discount. We offer long-standing relationships with funding partners that cater to the Military.
The following is an estimate of franchise setup costs (non-conversion) to give you a general idea of initial expenditures. Actual costs vary depending on local market prices and are stated here for illustration only. The arrangements negotiated and the business decisions made by each franchise owner are on an individual basis. The experience of a particular franchise owner may not correspond with the information presented below.
- Initial Franchise Fee: $52,500
- Business Administrative Setup Fee: $7500
- Certifications: $1,000-$2,000
- Computer and Tablet (iPad): $0-$3,000
- Supplies: $300 – $700
- Insurance: $1,500 – $2,000 (annually)
- Additional Funds for Three Months: $1,750 – $5,000