Seattle Elder Care Franchise

Own a Comfort Keepers® Elder Care Franchise in Seattle, Washington

You may ask yourself, why is now the perfect time to own a comfort keepers franchise in Seattle?

Not only do our available Seattle territories boast a total population of nearly 690,000 people, but also nearly 11% of the population is over the age of 65. The median income in this area is near $47,000 per year. Additionally, according to the U.S. Administration on Aging, Washington will see an 18% increase in aging population over the next 15 years. These numbers represent the perfect reason to look into starting a elder home care franchise in the Seattle, Washington area.

Why a Comfort Keepers Franchise?

Comfort Keepers is a leading provider of in-home care, companion services, and home safety technology for seniors and other loved ones needing assistance to remain in the privacy and comfort of their own homes. Our goal is to provide quality care that clients can fully trust in and rely on. Just this year, Comfort Keepers was rated the #1 Elder Care Franchise Network opportunity by Entrepreneur magazine.

Most importantly, joining Comfort Keepers will provide you with the means to inspire the elderly to continue living independently and promote their wellbeing in all areas of life. By staying in touch with clients and forming close bonds, you’ll be able to see the direct results of your day-to-day operations. This makes each moment as a Comfort Keepers franchise owner not only exciting but also rewarding.

Learn more about franchising with Comfort Keepers.

You can be in business for yourself, not by yourself

New owners have a lot of questions. With our comprehensive support resources, process descriptions, and dedicated business coaches, we’ll help you find the right strategy to successfully grow your Comfort Keepers franchise.

Learn more about business support with Comfort Keepers.

We know you have more questions.

We are here to answer them. Simply call Tina today at (800) 498-8144 or fill out the interest form to the right.

Credits

  1. Estimated population growth in Washington for persons over 65 (.xls)
  2. Median household income in Seattle