BeTheBoss Clientele Love Canadian Residential Inspection Services

Author: shawna@frantechmedia.com

Date: AUG 9th, 2013

Topic: Franchise News

Home Inspection Franchise

The clients that visit BeTheBoss searching for their new career have made their home inspection franchise of choice known!

Canadian Residential Inspection Services (CRIS) welcomes new franchisees Dave Ayers in Brampton West, ON; Doug Armstrong in Newmarket ON; Hubert Parsons, in Orangeville, ON and their very first Newfoundland franchisee – Andy Hickey, St. John’s all of whom have recently signed on, with two more clients under contract as we write.

Why are clients choosing Canadian Residential?

Franchise owner Russell Cook says his Canadian owned and operated company leaves more money in the pockets of its franchisees than any other home inspection franchise with no monthly royalties.

Home Inspection Franchise

St John’s franchisee Andy Hickey, a former paramedic says “I had been considering a franchise system for about 5 months when I initially contacted Canadian Residential. I looked at two different home inspection franchises and found the people I spoke with at CRIS to be the most informative and helpful; and when I met with the franchise owners personally, I knew this was the company for me”.

When asked about the training he received Andy said, “When I did my practical training, I felt it was the most experience one can get from doing home inspections. The training that Canadian Residential provides is top notch for new franchisees coming into the business.”

This home–based franchise starts at $24,500 which includes certified training and another $15,000 can be expected for start-up costs – totalling a low investment of $40,000. Exclusive territories mean their team of inspectors are more like family as they are not competing against each other. Cook proudly states “Our nationally verified reporting system is the best in the business”.

Home Inspection Franchise

You do the math

This business model is designed to be run from your home which means low overhead. With the average home inspection costing $450, home inspectors earn around $150 an hour, and with payment taking place on the spot, there are no account receivables to deal with. Many franchisees see ROI (return on investment) within the first year.

Cook says “We are looking for more motivated, self-starters for some choice locations in Ontario and nationwide. Construction experience is an asset but not a requirement”. Visit Canadian Residential’s listing on BeTheBoss to contact them and learn more.