“A profitable business model developed, tested, and refined over many years.”
The economic downturn over recent years has brought minimal growth, even decline for many of America’s entrenched industries. One segment to buck this trend, the commercial cleaning industry, has continued to grow to over $100 billion dollars annually. Leading the recession-proof industry is Mint Condition, the 47th fastest growing franchise in America. With cleaning services largely fragmented in most areas, a Mint Condition Master Franchisee can quickly establish our blend of quality cleaning and customer service into their desired market.
How It Works
Mint Condition provides you with the opportunity and the rights to develop and enjoy a strong, recession-resistant business in an exclusive geographic market. Our central office provides an all-inclusive training experience to teach you all the tools necessary to succeed in the commercial cleaning industry. Our unique business model eliminates the headaches of hiring and employing a large number of minimum-wage employees. Instead, cleaning contracts are entrusted to your own franchisees, each of whom has a vested interest in the satisfaction of every customer.
In order to ensure a productive working relationship, Mint Condition requires several pre-qualifying conditions in order to become a Master Franchisee.
- Experience: Upper level business executives with strong management backgrounds and the ability to connect with people.
- Financial: A minimum of $350,000 net worth and $100,000 liquid capital is required.
- Locations: Mint Condition Master Franchises are available for startup in population centers of over 400,000 people. At this time, franchises are not available in Hawaii, North Dakota, South Dakota, Rhode Island, Maryland and Massachusetts.
Interested in learning more about this opportunity from Mint Condition? Contact us today for a complimentary Master Franchising consultation.
This information is not intended as an offer to sell, or the solicitation of an offer to buy, a franchise. In the United States, we offer franchises solely by means of our Franchise Disclosure Document (“FDD”). We must register our FDD in certain states and in certain other jurisdictions. If you are a resident of one of these states, or a jurisdiction outside the United States, that requires registration, we cannot offer you a franchise unless and until we have complied with applicable presale registration and disclosure requirements in your state or jurisdiction.