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What is average annual revenue of non-medical home health frahchises?

Companies like Visiting Angels, Comfort Keepers, Home Instead, etc.

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Jul 6, 2014
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Franchise Advisory Group
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The best thing you can do is make validation calls and speak to the existing Franchisees. They will be able to tell you what they make. It takes time to grow the business, but a good and aggressive owner can build the business fairly quickly. A seasoned company does well over a million a year in gross sales. I represent two companies that are not mentioned here and both have 2 sources of revenue for their Franchisees and offer Master Franchise deals. You can call or email me at any time to discuss in more details. 888-241-6629 or david@franchiseadvisorygroup.net

Aug 1, 2009
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I checked out a visiting angels franchise and it all depends how many employees you have. The number of clients you have and what you charge per hour. I would try to get the best workers in the area by paying them more. They charge 18-25 dollars and hour. You pay your employee say 12 to start. I am actually thinking of starting a cheaper way of doing it. This would be a win win situatio for client as being more affordable and make more money for the caregiver because lets be honest this is not the best job in the world sometimes, very rewarding if you love elderly people but it is so demanding. I ust do not think care is affordable enough for reg people. I would be more of a locater. I would charge for my service up front and then a small monthly fee for billing and cont. training for my caregivers.

Now back to your question. Living in a city say with a 100,00 peeps and you make 300,000 gross a year, then they said 10-20 percent of that would be what we would clear after paying all of our stuff. Taxes and supplies. Oh an the nasty franchise fee. Look if your going to start this you can ourchase a how to book and there is lots of info on the web. Don't pay a hundred thousand to get into this business and then have to recoup it. Start small with a couple caregivers and your only other start up fees would be drug testing and background checks. Ok well it is a much needed service and I looked into it at one time but realized I was in it for the wrong reason. Not because it was my passion.....Good luck.

Jul 31, 2009
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The BAF Group LLC
MD

Yes, I used to do it. In the Home Health venue. And I know the questions, the answers and the parameters. I was one of the creators of the industry in Maryland, in the 1970s. You need basics to begin with, and you don't have it.

Jul 31, 2009
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So, Don...you havent heard of industry research?

Jul 31, 2009
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The BAF Group LLC
MD

Anyone who answers a question of that kind, with that sort of vague information, would be doing you a disservice and offering potentially, terribly misleading information. I am sorry, but there are too many variables to provide any meaningful information.

Jul 31, 2009

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