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
Real Estate/Rent $2,700 $4,600
Rent Deposits $0 $3,300
Leasehold Improvements $0 $3,000
Insurance $2,500 $4,500
Furniture and Fixtures $2,000 $5,000
Computer Hardware and Software $3,700 $7,800
Other Office Equipment and Supplies $800 $2,000
Training $2,550 $5,600
Initial Opening Marketing $500 $2,100
Permits $200 $2,000
Professional Fees $1,000 $3,050
Signage $200 $1,200
Additional Funds (three months) $17,000 $40,000
Total Initial Investment $78,150 $131,650

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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.

Gale Davis
Right at Home Franchisee
Elk Grove, CA

Gale Davis