If you're serious about pursuing a franchise, don't let these franchise myths stand in your way. Here's what to keep in mind.

Being cautious when investing money in a new business is smart, but you shouldn't let that caution give way to irrational fear. There is a natural uncertainty and financial risk that comes with any business venture, but if you've done your research and thoroughly understand the opportunity, that uncertainty shouldn't stand in your way. Too often, however, prospective franchisees are scared away by unfounded myths, and misinformation regarding the process. Having been in the franchising business for many years, we've heard all the stories in the book, and know how to address these misconceptions to keep our franchisees informed and clear-headed. If you think a bookkeeping franchise opportunity might be right for you, here are a few franchise myths you shouldn't let get in your way.

Industry Experience is Required

While having prior experience in your chosen industry doesn't hurt, it is by no means required. This is one of the biggest franchise myths. Many of our franchisees have backgrounds in a variety of diverse businesses, and have never worked in home inspection before. Instead of a ton of industry experience, we look for people who are driven, natural leaders, good communicators, and have a willingness to learn a new franchise model.

We pride ourselves on our extensive suite of training resources, designed to get you up to speed on Pillar To Post. We offer training, pre- and post-opening support, and a franchise team who is with you every step of the way.

Lack of Flexibility

Another one of the biggest franchise myths is the belief that franchises offer you little to no flexibility or freedom. That is, of course, false. While you are required to follow the franchisor's business model, you will be in charge of the day-to-day elements of running your franchise, and have the ability to customize your business to your own personal taste and lifestyle.

I Can't Afford It

There's no denying that franchising can be expensive. Investing in a franchise is a big decision, and you should only do it when you're financially stable and prepared for that next big leap in your career. It is, however, important not to let yourself get overwhelmed. Remember, you're buying into a proven franchise system with a track record of success. And it's not just a brand name, either. Your investment also covers a suite of resources, and support network that will be with you every step of the way.

If you can see through the franchise myths and want to take the next step in your career, reach out to us today. Our franchise team will be happy to answer any further questions you may have, and help you start your home inspection business.