Keeping Costs Down While Offering You More
As you compare MaidPro with the typical house cleaning franchise—and other industries—you'll start to notice a few things. Our fees are usually lower. We tend to do more with less. We get creative vs. just spend a bunch of money. In short, we offer you more for each of your dollars.
MaidPro vs. Other Cleaning Franchises and Industries*
* Aggregated using industry FDD's
I see opportunities everywhere and plan to open up more locations in different parts of the country.
Jesse ZookMaidPro FranchiseeCollegeville, PA
How Much to Start Your Own Franchise
We understand there's many ways to start a business. Everyone is different, whether it's their experience level, their goals, or their finances. We're interested in individuals with good sense, a great work ethic, and ambition. It does take a real financial investment to start a franchise. Please see below for the initial startup costs for your first MaidPro location.
Average Annual Revenue**
*These figures are taken from MaidPro’s FDD Item 7 issued March 31, 2022. **Based on historical financial data reported by our franchisees for the calendar year who had been operating in at least one territory for more than 12 months as of December 31, 2021. Some outlets have sold this amount. Your individual results may differ. Refer to Item 19 of the FDD for additional information.
MaidPro allowed me to convert my company with much lower fees than I ever expected.
Ashlee SmithMaidPro FranchiseeMadison, Huntsville, Athens, Decatur, and Harvest, ALAshlee's story
Where Your Initial Investment Goes
There's often confusion about where all that upfront money will go. Many people think the bulk of their investment is paid directly to the franchisor. Not with MaidPro. This MaidPro inspired chart breaks down your initial investment among the various expenses you'll having during your first three months in business.
Sources for Your Investment
Your investment capital doesn't have to come from a single source. We can guide you through different funding opportunities, including financial assistance from us. These are the most commons funding sources our owners have used for their initial investment.
Cash & Savings
Over half of the individuals that join MaidPro use cash and savings to cover their start-up investment. Some sell a few stocks or liquidate CD's. Others get help from family members. This is the most simple source for investments.
10-20% of new MaidPro owners use an IRS program to rollover some of all of their 401k funds for business start-up financing, without triggering taxes or early-distribution penalties.
Many new owners obtain loans to support their initial start-up investment. Our staff can help you with securing SBA loans or we may even be able to provide some direct financing for qualified franchisees.
We invested some of our retirement savings and felt with the help of the MaidPro team, we could succeed.
Bill & Marilyn CollierMaidPro FranchiseesBirmingham, ALBill & Marilyn's story