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How To Buy Franchises Using A Fund

Tuesday, January 10, 2023

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You've probably been somewhere super fun or tastey, and daydreamed about owning a bunch of those franchises yourself.

Well, there are tons of funds that do exactly that!

Here's what it kind of looks look:

Most companies will charge you $100,000 to $1,000,000 to buy a franchise from them. And most people will simply pay out of pocket or pool up $ with friends/family...

However, a friend of mine raised a fund to finance the purchase of these franchises.

And instead of buying 1 or 2 franchises, he bought 70 to 100 franchises with investors' money...

All while negotiating lower fees with the corporate owner!

He'll then use his management team to make those franchises perform at their peak,

And in a couple of years, he sells that portfolio to someone else for millions of dollars...

paying back his investors and keeping millions for himself.


There are plenty of successful Franchise Funds, for example, the Ninety One Global Franchise Fund.

They invest in established franchise systems that operate in a variety of sectors, such as retail, healthcare, and service-based businesses.

The Fund's objective is to provide long-term capital appreciation to its investors.

It focuses on investing in well-established, profitable, and growing franchise systems that have a proven track record of success, and has a diversified portfolio of franchises across different industries and geographies...

It seeks to achieve this by investing in companies that have a strong and experienced management team, a proven track record of profitability, and a clear growth strategy.

It's considered as an alternative investment strategy and could provide a high return with relatively low risk.


An inverse to this model is the McDonald's Franchisee Ownership Program, which allows individuals to purchase a McDonald's franchise by obtaining funding from a group of investors (aka their own fund that is outward facing) rather than having to come up with the capital on their own.

So if you run your own company that franchises, perhaps setting up this structure is beneficial!

Bridger Pennington  & Mason Vranes

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Bridger Pennington

CEO Of Fund Launch



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