Move It Now

Move it Now is a franchise company giving you an opportunity to start your own removals company. The Move it Now is a franchise company giving you an opportunity to start your own removals company. The franchise is a leading business option as it is formulated by utilizing proven business methods and processes. Research, experience and field implementation make the Move It Now an efficient business venture. The company came into existence in the year 2003 and started franchising in 2004. Move It Now provides housing relocation solutions to its clients. Superior customer service is ensured during the relocation process whether it is a commercial or residential relocation.

There are a number of franchisees that have come up in North America and the idea is to expand into other locations. You can benefit from this business expansion and tap the premium locations that are yet to be grabbed. Move It Now is experienced in all levels of business operation from marketing and administration to the actual storage and moving.

Minimum investment required to start up the Move It Now Franchise is $98,000. Initial fees to become the franchisee is $24,000 to $39,000 and a royalty fee of 6.5 % is charged for the duration of the business operation.

As a new franchisee you will attend an extensive 8 week long training program. The company updates training regularly in order to stay in touch with the competition based on new trends and techniques. A management team will provide you with ongoing support. The franchisee package consists of a Toll-free phone line, security and safety measures and field and operation evaluations.

You will require a support staff of at least 5 people to run the franchise. You need to be extremely hard working as this is not a work from home business model.

If this interests you, select a good location, plan out your set of actions and secure a Move It Now franchise. You can work as an owner operator or hire a staff to operate the business for you. I have had mixed reports from franchisees. Owner operators seem to be doing ok but those hiring management and supervisors are seeing their profits depleted heavily. The common feeling is that the initial costs are hard to recoup and many would rethink their decision to join if possible.