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The Best Home-Based Franchise Opportunities in the USA

Home-based franchises allow entrepreneurs to run their businesses from home. While there are at-home franchise opportunities in all different sectors, franchisees can work from home with flexible schedules, making it a perfect choice for those who want to balance work and family. Franchise owners stay connected and active via the internet and online communication, so a work-from-home franchise can be as successful as a traditional franchise opportunity.

Other major advantages of home-based franchise opportunities are low start-up costs and overhead expenses.The initial investment required for an at-home franchise is typically much lower than a conventional franchise, often in the $15,000-$30,000 range. Some home-based businesses can be started with just $10,000. Since franchisees do not need commercial space, work-from-home franchises also have low overhead costs and require little to no inventory.

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Home-Based Franchise Opportunities in the USA

Work-from-home franchises are distinguished by their flexibility, and their actual business can be in many different industries. Home-based franchise opportunities exist in sectors ranging from financial and consulting to healthcare to business-to-business services.

What types of home-based franchise opportunities are available? What are the best home-based franchises in the US? See below for more information on at- home businesses.

Types of Home-Based Franchises for Sale

There are many different types of home-based franchises available for prospective franchisees. The selection is diverse, and different franchisors may allow home-based franchising, but below are some of the most common types of home-based franchises.

The Top 5 Home-Based Franchises

Home-based franchises have the advantages of lower start-up costs, low capital requirements, and low overhead costs. These are five of the cheapest home- based franchise opportunities available in the US. All of these at-home franchise have initial investments under $1,000. Click on each name for more in-depth information on the business and capital requirements, as well as to request franchisee information.

  1. Hawkeye's Home Sitters Franchise
    This house-sitting service offers a range of services such as pet-sitting and home maintenance while homeowners are away. The business requires only $1,000 in capital for start-up.
  2. Champion Clean Franchise
    The cleaning service franchise offers professional cleaning for government buildings and commercial buildings. The franchise's capital requirement is only $1,000.
  3. Stratus Building Solutions Franchise
    The commercial cleaning service offers cleaning and facilities management services to commercial properties. Stratus requires $1,000 in capital.
  4. Mint Condition Franchise
    This commercial cleaning franchise provides janitorial services and commercial cleaning. The franchise can be started with just $1,000 of capital.
  5. JAN-PRO Cleaning Systems Franchise
    The international franchise offers commercial cleaning services and requires $1,000 in capital.
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Why Doesn't Chipotle Franchise?

I’m a huge Chipotle fan and I’m not ashamed to admit it. I love a big fat carnitas burrito with every possible topping (is that even the right word for what you put on a burrito?) on it, especially guac. But every time I’m outside of New York I wonder why there aren’t more Chipotles out there. Sure there are a bunch (at the end of 2014 there were more than 1,700) but their numbers pale in comparison to other “fast food” giants like McDonald’s or Subway (they have more than 36,000 and 43,500 restaurants respectively). So why hasn’t Chipotle followed suit and gone the obviously successful franchising route?