Assisted Living Locators is named a 2019 top franchise

Assisted Living Locators is named a top franchise by Franchise Business Review.

“We are honored to be named a 2019 Top Franchise by Franchise Business Review,” said Angela Olea, Assisted Living Locators CEO in a prepared statement. “Assisted Living Locators’ business model of providing comprehensive training and support, as well as helping franchisees track and boost financial performance ensures that our owners are successful. We truly value the relationships we build with our franchisees and this award validates our commitment to franchisee satisfaction.”

Listed in the “2019 Top Franchises Report,” Assisted Living Locators offers a free placement service for seniors and their families, according to a press release.

“There are thousands of different franchise opportunities available to prospective business owners today, with more popping up every day. It’s a great time to ‘be your own boss’ but it’s also important to do your homework to find the right fit,” says CEO of Franchise Business Review Eric Stites in a prepared statement.

The organization advises on short- and long-term care options including in-home care, assisted living, memory care and retirement apartments, generating revenue from the referral fees paid by the communities, the release said.

In 2018, the company exceeded the 100 franchise mark. Assisted Living Locators reached triple digits after a decade of consecutive growth after two years of franchise recruitment, the release stated.

Noted as the first senior placement and referral franchise business in the U.S., the company has a national presence with 107 franchisees in 33 states and the District of Columbia.

Franchise Business Review, a national franchise market research firm, surveyed more than 30,000 franchisees from 310 leading franchise brands to determine the best franchises of 2019 based solely on franchisee satisfaction.

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