What It Takes
We have a simple foundation needed to become a Right at Home in-home care franchise owner. You need to commit to:
- The mission and principles of Right at Home
- Your business
- Your clients
- Your community
These commitments are non-negotiable. You’ll also need to commit financially.
Potential franchisees should have at least $150,000 in liquid assets in order to be considered for approval as a Right at Home franchisee.
The following costs to open a Right at Home in-home care franchise are excerpted from the Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) and are estimated.
|Type of Expenditure||Low||High|
|Initial Franchise Fee||$45,000||$47,500|
|Furniture and Fixtures||$2,000||$5,000|
|Computer Hardware and Software||$3,700||$7,800|
|Other Office Equipment and Supplies||$800||$2,000|
|Initial Opening Marketing||$500||$2,100|
|Additional Funds (three months)||$17,000||$40,000|
|Total Initial Investment||$78,150||$131,650|
For complete investment information and a franchise packet, please request more information.
We wanted to be in business for ourselves, but not by ourselves. Franchising is the secret to that. We didn’t want to build from scratch because I don’t feel that the economy is ready to be kind to small business owners yet. We wanted a business with a well-developed plan that we could grow. Right at Home has top-notch people, technology and the bells and whistles that gave them an extra advantage over other franchises.
Right at Home Franchisee
Elk Grove, CA