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Franchise Pizza Hut

Investments:

from $302,000

Pizza Hut
Pizza, pasta, wings

Investments:
from $302,000

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Investments

$116,000 – $2,208,000

Franchise fee

$25,000

Minimum Cash Required

$250,000

Sears offers two franchise concepts: Sears Outlet Stores and Sears Appliance & Hardware Stores. Franchising since 2009, the stores specialize in home appliances and hardware.

Reviews: 10 Wishing to buy: 7
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Investments

$1,008,000 – $2,214,080

Franchise fee

$45,000

Royalty fee

4%

Ray Kroc, a milkshake mixer salesman, ventured to California in 1954 to visit McDonald's hamburger stand, where he heard they were running eight mixers at once. Kroc was impressed by how rapidly customers were served and, seeing an opportunity to sell many more milkshake machines, encouraged brothers Dick and Mac McDonald to open a chain of their restaurants. Kroc became their business partner and opened the first McDonald's in Des Plaines, Illinois in 1955. McDonald's and the Golden Arches have since become an internationally-recognized symbol of quick-service hamburgers, fries, chicken, breakfast items, salads and milkshakes.

Reviews: 10 Wishing to buy: 3
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Investments

$147,050 – $320,700

Franchise fee

$15,000

Royalty fee

8%

In 1965, 17-year-old Fred DeLuca and family friend Peter Buck opened Pete's Super Submarines in Bridgeport, Connecticut. With a loan from Buck for only $1,000, DeLuca hoped the tiny sandwich shop would earn enough to put him through college. After struggling through the first few years, the founders changed the company's name to Subway and began franchising in 1974. Subway has franchises throughout the United States and in 98 countries, with locations in traditional and nontraditional sites alike.

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Investments

$136,050 – $333,000

Franchise fee

$34,500

Royalty fee

5.5%

Apricot Lane is franchised by Country Visions, a company started by Ken Petersen, Tom Brady and Scott Jacobs. The partners are also behind Country Clutter, a gift and collectibles store founded in 1991. As they began adding fashion accessories to their merchandise, Apricot Lane evolved. Apricot Lane boutiques sell branded women's fashion apparel, jewelry, handbags and accessories.

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Investments

$21,900

Part time consulting with full time results! Pre-Set, Face-to- Face Appointments Provided! Work from home, providing the largest portfolio of cost-cutting B2B savings services available. Blue Coast is the right opportunity at the right time..

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Investments

$104,950

Franchise fee

$89,950

Royalty fee

$300-$1.5K/mo.

Budget Blinds is a member of a family of brands under the umbrella of Home Franchise Concepts (HFC), which also includes Tailored Living and Concrete Craft. Launched in 1992, Budget Blinds allows customers to shop at home for window coverings and offers customers free in-home consultations, window measurements and installation.

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Investments

$187,000 – $305,000

Franchise fee

$35,000

Café Barbera - The Italian Coffee House - is an unique franchise, meeting consumer demands for a fresher, tastier, healthier menu and premium-grade coffees. Featuring Caffè Barbera coffee, our Café Barbera franchises are the expression of over 145 years of coffee perfection and passion from six generations of the Barbera family.

Wishing to buy: 3
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Investments

$56,650 – $119,753

Franchise fee

35000-45000

Royalty fee

6%

We are a franchise company whose main focus is individualized one-on-one fitness, group sessions, and corporate fitness. When GYMGUYZ started in 2008 with only one van, we trained people only in the local area. Now, we have a fleet of vans and are servicing the tri-state area.

Wishing to buy: 4
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Investments

$17,950 – $46,100

Franchise fee

$15,000

Royalty fee

3%

Franchisees offer Kinderdance’s innovative “education through dance” programs to thousands of children across North America, teaching at YMCAs, churches, public and private school systems, military bases and community centers, in addition to preschools and child-care centers.

Wishing to buy: 3
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Investments

$50,074 – $71,204

Franchise fee

$21,712 to $42,842

Royalty fee

$200/mo.

N-Hance is a wood refinishing franchise that uses a proprietary refinishing process and product line that requires no sanding and uses an instant-curing U.V. process for hardwood floors and kitchen cabinets.

Wishing to buy: 3
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Investments

$205,935 – $299,010

Franchise fee

$63,500

Royalty fee

7%/10%

ServiceMaster Clean franchises offer janitorial, floor care, disaster restoration and rebuild services. ServiceMaster Clean is part of the ServiceMaster family of brands, which also includes Terminix, Merry Maids, AmeriSpec Inspection Services, Furniture Medic and American Home Shield.

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Investments

$28,800 – $59,959

Franchise fee

$24,700

Royalty fee

8%

Drama Kids Int'l. has been the exclusive U.S. provider of the Helen O'Grady Children's Drama Program since 2000. Helen O'Grady is an international franchise organization which began offering programs in 1979 in Perth, Australia, and later began offering franchises in 1989. Drama Kids franchisees offer children ages 5 to 17 drama classes at schools, community centers and churches. The program runs on a 40-week school year basis, and consists of single, hour-long classes each week. Each year ends with a performance for family and friends. Classes focus on the following developmental areas: public speaking and articulation skills, leadership abilities, creativity, collaboration skills, social skills, and self-confidence and self-esteem. Drama Kids franchise owners also offer a variety of summer camps.

Wishing to buy: 3
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Investments

$627,097 – $1,335,723

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

6%

Funtopia® is a unique concept for active entertainment. It combines sports with fun and brings them into entertainment and shopping centers. With challenges designed for visitors of all ages, every Funtopia Adventure Park is the family spot of choice.

Wishing to buy: 2
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Investments

$93,550 – $401,800

Franchise fee

$25,000

Royalty fee

5.9%

As a teenager in the 1930s, Irv Robbins managed an ice cream shop in Tacoma, Washington. Bored with serving traditional flavors like chocolate and vanilla, Robbins began experimenting by mixing fruit and candy into the ice cream. After serving in World War II, Robbins bought an ice cream parlor in Glendale, California. Three years later, he convinced his brother-in-law, Burt Baskin, to join the business. The two men flipped a coin to see whose name would go first on the sign. Baskin won, and in 1945, Baskin-Robbins was born.

Wishing to buy: 3
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Investments

$228,000 – $2,546,075

Franchise fee

$10,000 - $40,000

Royalty fee

4.5%

In 1953, Harold Butler opened Danny's Donuts in Lakewood, California. Six years later, there were 20 shops in the chain and the company changed its name to Denny's. In 1966, the company went public, and in 1977, they introduced the Grand Slam breakfast. Today, Denny's locations serve breakfast, lunch and dinner choices 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Its corporate headquarters is in Spartanburg, South Carolina.

Wishing to buy: 3
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Investments

$426,500 – $836,250

Franchise fee

$25,000

Royalty fee

4%

Ask anyone who has grown up in a community with a Round Table Pizza, and they’ll regale you with stories of birthday parties, family pizza night, and hanging out after the big game. Since the brand’s inception in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1959, Round Table has been committed to being “The Last Honest Pizza,” not only by providing a superior product but by dedicating ourselves to providing great service as both a restaurant and a neighbor in every community we’re located in.

Reviews: 10 Wishing to buy: 4
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Investments

$1,465,550 – $8,586,550

Franchise fee

$45,000

Royalty fee

5%

In 1930, Harland Sanders opened Sanders Court & Cafe in the front room of a gas station in Corbin, Kentucky. He was named an honorary Kentucky Colonel in 1936 for his contributions to local cuisine. Colonel Sanders began franchising in 1952 and awarded the first franchise to Pete Harman in Salt Lake City, Utah. Their handshake agreement stipulated that the corporation would receive a royalty of one nickel for each chicken Harman sold.

Wishing to buy: 2
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Investments

$956,500 – $4,275,000

Franchise fee

$75,000

Royalty fee

5%

The first Hooters Restaurant opened in Clearwater, Florida, in 1983. The company, known for its Hooters Girls waitresses, began franchising in 1986. The beach-theme restaurants feature sports displayed on flat-screen TVs and a menu offering seafood, sandwiches, burgers, salads, chicken wings and alcohol.

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Investments

$200,550 – $356,150

Franchise fee

$37,750

Royalty fee

7%

The Spice & Tea Exchange® Franchise was founded in 2008 by a group of talented individuals with a passion for life and a passion for food. Their vision to create a one-of-a-kind shopping experience brought our 18th Century Trading Post concept to life. Through the years, we’ve grown our franchise concept exponentially with one mission in mind:

Wishing to buy: 4
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Investments

$155,000 – $381,000

Franchise fee

$30,000

Royalty fee

6%

Jerry Hancock used his background in chemistry to develop a method of flash-freezing ice cream using liquid nitrogen. He and wife Naomi opened the first Sub Zero Ice Cream in Orem, Utah, in 2004, using this technology to offer customers the chance to customize their ice cream by choosing their milk base, flavors, mix-ins and texture. Sub Zero also offers a liquid nitrogen science education program that can be brought to schools.

Wishing to buy: 3
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Investments

$247,990 – $470,300

Franchise fee

$30,000

Royalty fee

6%

Yogurt Mountain is a leading operator and franchisor of self-serve frozen dessert establishments. Fun, energetic and friendly, each Yogurt Mountain location offers a variety of high quality ever-changing frozen dessert flavors, an assortment of over 60 exciting toppings as well as other dessert accompaniments; all of which tempt the self-serve guest to explore their creative side and imaginatively tailor their YOMO experience with each visit.

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Investments

$528,500 – $1,387,500

Franchise fee

$32

Royalty fee

6%

Andy's Frozen Custard has always been fanatical about custard, and has served it with pride since March 19, 1986. For more than three decades, only the freshest ingredients have been used for a frozen custard experience you can’t get anywhere else.

Reviews: 5 Wishing to buy: 3
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Investments

$217,000 – $458,400

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

6%

Our gelato on a stick is a fun concept and is all natural, easy to eat, and customizable to your own individual choice. A kid-friendly treat which is easily replicable, yet freshly made daily on site to provide an eventful, personalized and memorable experience. Popbar offers a timeless product that caters to all demographics. Owning your own Popbar location will give you the opportunity to grow into a successful and continuously expanding brand in your own market.

Wishing to buy: 3
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Investments

$98,000 – $396,000

Franchise fee

$20,000

Royalty fee

5%

Romeo’s Pizza was founded in 2001 and has grown rapidly and now has 34 locations in Cleveland, Akron/Canton, and Columbus markets. Romeo’s Pizza has a diverse menu consisting of award-winning pizzas, pasta, subs, calzones, strombolis, salads, wings and appetizers.