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Franchise Opportunities With Handyman Network

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There has never been a better time to capitalize on the booming home repair and improvement industry. With continued low interest rates, home ownership is at an all-time high and the demand for home repairs and improvements is skyrocketing. According to the US Census Bureau there are more than 73 million homeowners in the US today. And spending on maintenance and repairs was at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $54.4 billion in the first quarter of 20041 Also consider the following statistics:

The US home ownership rate set a new record of 69% in 20042.
Homeowners need to spend one percent of the value of their home's structure annually to offset physical depreciation3.
Homeowners spent almost $133 billion on home improvements and repairs over the last two quarters of 2004 and the first two quarters of 2005. Spending increased 4.5 % since the second quarter of 20044.
Spending on home remodeling and improvements now out-paces spending in several other major industries, including legal services and clothing store sales5.
Generation X is now entering the market, and they are spending 50% more than Baby Boomers when they entered.
All in all, handymen services are one of the fastest growing segments of this multi-billion dollar industry.


The demand is tremendous, yet greatly under served in almost every major market in the US Homeowners everywhere need our help! As a Handyman Network franchisee, you will be uniquely positioned to capitalize on these growth trends and become the dominant provider of home repair and improvement services in your market!

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1 US Census Bureau. United States Department of Commerce News. 14 Sept. 2004.
2 Joint Center for Housing Studies. The State of the Nation's Housing: 2005. Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. (2005)
3 Joint Center for Housing Studies. Measuring the Benefits of Home Remodeling, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. (2003): p. 4.
4 Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University. After Brief Surge, Remodeling Resumes Typical Growth Pattern. 21 July 2005. < http://www.jchs.harvard.edu/media/rai/index.php >.
5 Joint Center for Housing Studies. Measuring the Benefits of Home Remodeling. Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. (2003): p. 6.


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