Franchise Cost as Investment
Starting a DetailXPerts franchise is an investment in your future. When you team up with us, you make the most of our innovative technology, successful business model, customer-loved brand, and extensive training and support. All this helps lead you to success as a business owner. Ultimately, our franchise cost is not an expense but a smart investment for you and your future.
Estimated Initial Franchise Cost
DetailXPerts is a transparent partner you can rely on. Therefore, we openly publish the potential costs to open a franchise. The franchise cost estimates below will help you assess whether our opportunity is a good fit for you.
|Type of Cost||Amount|
|Initial Franchise Fee||$35,000||$35,000|
|Vehicle Detailing Unit||$15,000||$15,000|
|Computer Equipment and Software||$4,000||$6,000|
|Initial Marketing Campaign and Promotional Materials||$7,000||$12,000|
|Third-party Costs and Additional Funds (license, insurance, deposits, travel expenses, training, office equipment, vehicle and graphics, other supplies, etc.)||$23,000||$74,000|
Net Worth Requirement
- To start a single-unit DetailXPerts franchise, your approximate net worth should be at least $300,000.
- For our multi-unit option, we require that your net worth is between $500,000 and $1,000,000.
We take pride in our unique brand and exceptional performance. DetailXPerts’ strong business model grabs the attention of investors, allowing our franchisees the best opportunity to secure a loan.
As the International Franchise Association states,
Franchisees generally have an easier time securing bank loans than their independent business owner counterparts, because they have behind them the established trademark and marketplace experience of their franchisor.
With our business expertise and knowledge, we can even help you look beyond traditional bank loans to cover your franchise cost. We can assist you in contacting major financial resources such as:
- Franchisee resources
- Family and friends
- Various local, state and non-profit organizations
- Independent financing specialists
- U.S. Small Business Administration
- Small Business Investment Companies (SBICs)
- Business and Industrial Development Corps (BIDCOs) in your state