MAKE AN INVESTMENT IN YOUR FUTURE WITH PRONTO INSURANCE

Pronto Insurance Franchise Owners should have an aptitude for sales, customer service and a passion to excel. Franchise Owners are required to have:

  • $26,000 – $100,000 in liquid assets
  • $15,000 – $25,000 for the franchise fee
  • $300,000 minimum net worth

For a New Pronto Business:

Expenditure
(Note 1)
AmountMethod of PaymentWhen DueTo Whom Paid
Initial Franchise Fee (Note 2)$20,000 to $30,000 (Depending on geographic location of your Franchised Business)Lump SumWhen you sign the Franchise AgreementPronto
Business Licenses & Permits (Note 3)$150 to $300As arrangedAs incurredLocal and other state government agencies
Leashold Improvements (Note 4)$5,000 to $15,000As arrangedAs arrangedIndependent contractors, Lessor
Fixtures, Furnishings & Equipment (Note 5)$10,000 to $20,000As arrangedAs incurredApproved Suppliers
Computer System (Note 6)$1,800 to $2,400As arrangedAs incurredApproved Suppliers
Architect/​Engineering Fees (Note 7)$150 to $250As arrangedAs arrangedIndependent contractors, Approved Suppliers
Rent, Security Deposits and Utility Deposits (Note 8)$2,400 to $4,000As arrangedAs arrangedLessor, Utility companies
Other Professional Fees (Note 9)$100 to $200As arrangedAs arrangedVarious service providers and contractors
Insurance Deposit (Note 10)$225 to $400As arrangedAs arrangedInsurance Providers
Initial Inventory of Operating Supplies$250 to $350As arrangedAs incurredUs and Approved Suppliers
Training Expenses (Note 11)$500 to $1,200As arrangedPayment terms arranged with suppliers and your employeesSuppliers and your employees
Grand Opening Advertising (Note 12)$2,500 to $5,000As arrangedAs arrangedUs and Suppliers
Additional Funds (for initial period of operations) (Note 13)$10,000 to $15,000As arrangedAs neededUs, Suppliers, employees and other creditors
TOTAL ESTIMATED INITIAL INVESTMENT$53,075 to $94,100 

Now that you know the financial requirements, learn if you are an ideal candidate.