WIN Home Inspection

 
Business Established:
1994
Franchising Since:
1995
Franchised Units:
192
Company Owned Units:
N/A
Start-up Cost:
N/A
Total Investment:
$37,500 to $53,500
Veteran Hired Since 2011:
N/A
Veteran Owned Units:
N/A
Offering Financial Assistance
Financing is available for a portion of the Franchise Fee.
Special Incentives
Home Inspection/Radon Detection
Real Estate Services
Home Improvement
VetFran Incentive
We currently offer a 10% reduction in our franchise fee to military veterans who qualify for a WIN Home Inspection franchise.
Company Details
Description
WIN Home Inspection offers a home-based, low-overhead franchise opportunity inspecting homes as well as commercial buildings for buyers, sellers, lenders, and real estate investors. Benefits include: Flexible work schedule. Great for husband/wife teams. No construction experience needed. Complete training and support. Proven marketing game plan and playbook. Exclusive territories, available throughout the United States.
Contact Information
Primary Contact & Title
Steve Wadlington
President
Secondary Contact & Title
Terry McGee
Director of Franchise Development
Address
3326 Aspen Grove Drive, Suite 160
City
Franklin
State
TN
Country
Zip Code
37067
Tel
(615) 721-2811
Fax
(206) 441-3655
Training
40 hours in online pre-training plus an extensive two-week course in business operations, sales and marketing, and inspection techniques at our national training facility by industry experts. Highly responsive support and ongoing technical, business operations, and sales and marketing continuing education provided at our annual business conference. Promotional materials, career apparel, branded vehicle, proprietary reporting system, IT support, website, and ongoing operational support.
Qualifications
All our franchisees have a genuine interest in providing superior customer service and in dominating their marketplace. Business management, sales and marketing skills a plus.

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