What does a Justin's Barbershop Franchise Cost?
Justin's Barbershop franchise fees for 2023:
Cash Investment: $100,000
Total Investment: $104,514-$252,843
Minimum Net Worth: $250,000
Franchise Fee: $25,000
Average Number of Employees: 10
Item 19: Yes
SBA Approved: No
Passive Ownership: Yes
Home Based: No
Master Franchise Opportunities: No
Special Instructions: The total investment range of
$104,514-$252,843 includes the initial franchise fee and lease
Veteran Discount: Yes
Is Justin's Barbershop a Semi Absentee Franchise with a Passive Ownership Opportunity?
Yes. Justin's Barbershop is a semi absentee franchise and allows passive ownership. A semi-absentee franchise is a business you could start and run while still maintaining a job or other obligation.
Is Justin's Barbershop a Home Based franchise?
No. Justin's Barbershop is not a home based franchise opportunity.
What Do Justin's Barbershop Franchise Owners Make?
Click here to find out how much Justin's Barbershop franchisees make. Justin's Barbershop offers an Item 19 in their Franchise Disclosure Document which provides financial information about select franchisees in their franchise system.
Is Justin's Barbershop a Master Franchise Opportunity?
No. Justin's Barbershop is not a master franchise opportunity.
Does Justin's Barbershop Offer a Veteran Discount?
Yes. Justin's Barbershop franchise does offer a veteran discount.
Does Justin's Barbershop Work with E2 Visa and EB-5 Visa Candidates?
No. Justin's Barbershop franchise does not work with E2 Visa and EB-5 Visa candidates.
Is Justin's Barbershop Looking for Franchisees in Canada?
No. Justin's Barbershop franchise is not looking for Canada franchisees.
Is Justin's Barbershop Looking for International franchisees?
No. Justin's Barbershop franchise is not looking for International franchisees.
Where can I see Justin's Barbershop's FDD (Franchise Disclosure Document)?
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