Franchise Opportunity with Handyman Service

Services for Real Estate Pros with HandyPro Handyman Services, Inc

Franchise Mission Statement:
HandyPro® Franchise, Inc. is dedicated to partner with our franchisees to achieve business success and financial independence.

HandyPro® is unlike any other program in the country.

At HandyPro®, the difference is that we are committed to  providing our franchisees with the highest level of personalized service and systems. You will always have the benefit of dealing directly with the people who have made a success in the handyman business. HandyPro's® concept is a comprehensive management system which provides ongoing training, support and guidance to all franchisees. Our staff will work directly with you to insure your business will be up and running successfully within the first 60 day's of training.

Fixed Royalties - Ask about our fixed royalty program, which will allow you to make a higher income.

Guarantee - Ask about our HandyPro® Guarantee. A guarantee that no one else can offer! That's how sure we are of your success.

In Depth Training - HandyPro® Franchisees are taught how to run a business first - from the ground up. Then they are trained how to run a profitable HandyPro Business. A manager is with you at your Grand Opening for the first week to support you.  This is a management business.

Unlimited Support - You receive unlimited support from our corporate

Minimum Investment- HandyPro® Franchisees minimum investemt is $35K. The average territory in 100,000 homes in metropolitan markets.

And * NO Inventory, * NO Accounts Receivable, * NO Trial and Error. HandyPro is a proven system.


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