Are you interested in starting your own Franchise, but you don’t know where to start?  The Franchise Expert provides a free consultation service to help you identify the best franchises to meet your business ownership dreams.  The Franchise Expert is a member of a 25-year-old network of Franchise Consultants with the experience in helping individuals find the American dream.


The Franchise Expert will arrange a phone conversation to gather information about your business goals and preferences.  The franchise consultant will interview you to gather information to help identify a franchise that will meet your personal, professional and financial goals.  The franchise consultant will send you a Confidential Questionnaire that will provide additional information about you and the kind of business that will be best for you and your family.


Once The Franchise Expert has the information; we will discuss franchise types that match your criteria.  The franchise types will be narrowed down to those that you feel best fit your goals. The franchise consultant will identify appropriate franchises and present them to you for your review. 


Once you have chosen franchises that you wish to further investigate, the franchise consultant will contact the franchisors and have them forward the appropriate information and disclosure documents.  The franchise consultant will also place you in direct contact with the appropriate franchise representative.    The Franchise Expert will help you with questions to ask the franchisor, and will be available to you throughout your investigation.  Ultimately, it is your job to conduct a complete and thorough investigation.


The Franchise Expert always recommends that you consult with qualified attorneys and accountants to review all documents before you make the final decision to purchase a franchise.  If you do not have an attorney or an accountant, then we can help locate them in your area.




- Spending a tremendous amount of time and effort trying to find the perfect franchise, but never finding it.


- Settling for the wrong franchise, when one of their competitors might have been a better investment.


- Purchasing a franchise that does not offer adequate training or support.