Starting a Comfort Keepers franchise is a big step. Here are answers to questions we're often asked. If yours isn’t answered here, just let us know. We want you to feel confident in your decision to join us.
Do you have any financing programs available?
Yes! Due to Comfort Keepers’ confidence in our brand, franchisee training and support, we now have the ability to offer a financing program for qualified buyers. This applies to both individual franchisees and multi-unit purchases.
Is The Market For Senior Care Services Going To Continue To Grow?
Yes! The in-home senior care service industry is expected to experience significant growth over the next 40 years. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, today there are 42.5 million adults in the U.S. age 65+ - a number that will more than double to 89 million over the next 40 years.
What Personal Characteristics are Important for a Franchisee?
Because running your own senior care business is hard work, there are common characteristics of a successful franchisee.
- Must be a self-starter and understand the importance of having a sales focus to create your own success each day
- Passionate about providing quality in-home care
- Able and willing to follow a proven system and not recreate the wheel
- Capable of simultaneously managing both internal and external business priorities
- Effective and efficient in managing time and setting priorities
Are Comfort Keepers Franchise Territories Protected?
Yes, each franchisee is granted their own zip code based territory.
Are Territories available in my area?
One of our Franchise Development Consultants will be glad to discuss availability with you.
Do You Provide Local Field-Level Support?
We currently have a team of Business Coaches who work in the field with our franchisees providing on-going operational support and guidance. We also have additional resources that support franchisees in taking their home care businesses to "the next level."
What Kind Of Training Is Provided?
Soon after signing your franchise agreement, you will be assigned a new Business Coach. In addition, you will complete a comprehensive training program including spending time in an active Comfort Keepers office observing operations. On-going training includes local boot camps, computer-based training sessions, a series of on-going training sessions at the Comfort Keepers business support center, and more. There are also state and national networking and training events.
What Investment Is Required To Start A Comfort Keepers Franchise?
The initial franchise fee is $45,000, with anticipated start-up costs and working capital requirements bringing your total investment to approximately $77,550 - $109,960.
What Are The Steps In The Process?
We strive to make the franchising process as easy and smooth as possible. To learn about our step-by-step approach, simply refer to this easy-to-follow guide. Click Here >>