Learn why franchises are a common investment vehicle for the ultra-wealthy
Because of their ability to produce generational wealth, franchises have long been a favored investment class of the ultra-wealthy. Not only can franchising produce strong returns and passive income; it may also provides diversification and an inflation hedge like no other asset class.
Income-generating real assets, like franchises, naturally increase their prices as inflation rises.
Our best-in-class franchise management team and zero management fee approach ensure our investors enjoy truly passive income through distributions.
Franchising is regulated in the U.S. at both federal and state levels. It is regulated by the FTC at the federal level and at the state level by various franchise registration/disclosure laws, franchise relationship laws, and more.
Multiple ways to earn
The value of your franchise investment may increase over time and may provide secure, long-term passive income.
Many franchises operate in recession-resistant industries. When the stock market falls, people will likely still get haircuts, go to the gym, take out their trash, and order from restaurants.
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(1) Portfolio IRR projections are calculated using all cash flows, including the initial investment of $25,000,000 of offering proceeds, annual earnings before interest, depreciation and amortization (“EBITDA”), less estimated corporate taxes, and the sale of the entire portfolio at the end of the fifth year at 5x EBITDA.
(2) Cash Yield projections are calculated as the arithmetic mean (average) of five years of annual cash flows (including EBITDA, less estimated corporate taxes) divided by the initial investment of $25,000,000 of offering proceeds.
(3) Equity IRR projections are calculated using the initial investment of $25,000,000 of offering proceeds and the sale of the entire portfolio at the end of the fifth year at 5x EBITDA.