Sweet and Low
With 300-plus franchises you can buy for less than $50,000, you can satisfy your craving for a big-name franchise without spending all your dough.
Typically lowering your expectations isn't a good thing. But if you're considering buying a franchise, and you find the cost of a franchise is much lower than you expected, that's a very good thing.
In today's competitive market, a big-name franchise isn't necessarily accompanied by a big price tag. We've got the proof: Our Low-Cost Franchise listing provides information on 300-plus franchises that cost less than $50,000 to start-some of these franchises can even be purchase for less than $2,000.
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