Financial, Legal and Professional Qualifications for Owning a Master Franchise?


We require that our Master Franchise owners have $50,000 to $100,000 of additional capital available for start-up costs, operating capital and marketing expenses. In addition, if you finance any portion of the Franchise Fee, each owner (regardless of percentage ownership), will be required to sign a personal guarantee and have a credit score of 600 or higher.



To become a Forte Commercial Cleaning Master Franchise, you must have organize an LLC or incorporate in the State in which you will purchase and operate your Forte Commercial Cleaning Master Franchise.



There are no particular professional qualifications for owning a Forte Commercial Cleaning Master Franchise. However, certain experience (like previous business ownership, previous management experience and sales/marketing experience) will provide a solid foundation in which to build your Forte Commercial Cleaning Master Franchise, but is not necessary since the Forte system is designed to be turn-key for any prospective operator.

This website is for informational purposes only, and is not an offer or solicitation to buy a Forte® Commercial Cleaning franchise. Any offer or solicitation will be made in accordance with applicable laws and only through the Forte® Franchise Disclosure Document. Forte® Commercial Cleaning franchises are available to qualified prospective franchisees but only in certain states. At this time we are not registered to offer or sale franchises in the following states: California, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York, North Dakota, South Dakota, Rhode Island, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin. To the extent that any information on this website contradicts or is inconsistent with our disclosure documents, the disclosure documents will control. Some states may require licenses, permits, or other authorization to perform certain services.  Please check your local laws, rules, and ordinances for specific requirements.