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Be part of an award-winning franchise that has more than 20 years of experience with Belvoir


INVESTMENT LEVEL: FROM £180,000


elvoir off er prospective franchisees the opportunity to own and run a residential lettings and sales franchise, with the support, brand,


training, and business tools provided by a central offi ce support team. Almost all of the Belvoir offi ces are franchise-owned and are managed by people who have the passion and drive to grow and nurture successful property businesses in their local area. With an ever-strengthening property market and a rental market that is expected to overtake home ownership by 2020, there is a massive opportunity for a business like Belvoir. A prospective franchisee needs to be aspirational in nature with clear goals in mind. They need the right attitude to be able to reach their goals and ultimately want to achieve success.


Although a clear framework is there to


follow, the perseverance of the franchisee is what will really make the diff erence to the outcome of that business. This year, Belvoir is aiming to welcome 10 new franchise owners into the network and is looking for the right people to take on those businesses. The success of the brand depends on the excellent customer care and professional service that its franchise owners provide to their clients,


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so it’s vital that Belvoir bring people on board that relate to those values. Belvoir’s franchisees come from all


backgrounds, and knowledge in the property sector is not a requirement as they provide full training. What Belvoir does require is, people with the right attitude and determination to make the business a success.


There are many reasons why its franchisees choose to invest in Belvoir:


• Tried-and-tested business model that gives confi dence when entering an unfamiliar sector • Comprehensive and ongoing training ensuring you get the development you need


• The opportunity to build a capital asset that can give you fi nancial security for your future


• Genuinely working for yourself, in your own business


• A dedicated support team, so you know you won’t be alone if you need help


• A proven, successful business model that has gained the confi dence and backing of four of the major banks giving preferential rates and the maximum loan ratio


• The tools to succeed at starting a new business in a competitive industry


When buying a Belvoir franchise you are buying a territory to trade within, along with a well-established brand name, a tried- and-tested business framework to follow, training and support throughout your time and a toolkit of systems and collateral to work with – all while having the freedom to run your own business. You also have an asset that has a capital value in the marketplace when you decide to exit. One of the main benefi ts of buying a franchise, over starting your own independent business, is the additional support structure that a franchise brings.


Belvoir’s central offi ce has teams of people to provide you with the following support:


• Legislation updates


• General lettings and sales advice • Providing a microsite • Marketing support including a marketing toolkit • Help with sourcing, leasing and fi tting out premises • Compliance through advice and annual audits


• Business development mentoring


You will also have the support of your fellow franchisees within the Belvoir network and you can access this through quarterly regional meetings as a chance to gather information, ask questions and share successes.


Belvoir Lettings


www.belvoirfranchise.com franchising@belvoir.co.uk 01476 570 000


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