INVESTMENT

Nifty Fifty’s cares about your interest and aims to work closely to get you to reach your next goal. The Nifty Fifty’s corporate team is invested in the success of its franchisees and wants to ensure franchise owners have a rewarding experience. Below is an estimate of the initial investment necessary to open a Nifty Fifty’s franchise restaurant.

Nifty Fifty’s Initial Investment – (Full Service Location)

Type of expenditure
Initial franchise fee
Amount $50,000 – $50,000
Method of payment Check or wire transfer
When due Upon signing the franchise agreement
To whom payment is to be made Us
Real Estate / Rent (see Note 2)
Amount $5,000 – $14,000
Method of payment Check
When due Upon signing lease
To whom payment is to be made Landlord
Utilities
Amount $2,500 – $6,000
Method of payment Check, debit, and/or credit
When due Upon ordering service
To whom payment is to be made Utility providers
Leasehold Improvements
Amount $40,000 – $180,000
Method of payment Check
When due As incurred or when billed
To whom payment is to be made Contractors
Market Introduction Program
Amount $10,000 – $30,000
Method of payment Check, debit, and/or credit
When due As incurred or when billed
To whom payment is to be made Vendors and suppliers
Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment
Amount $120,000 – $280,000
Method of payment Check, debit, and/or credit
When due As incurred
To whom payment is to be made Vendors and suppliers
Computer Systems
Amount $12,000 – $20,000
Method of payment Check, debit, and/or credit
When due As incurred
To whom payment is to be made Vendors and suppliers
Insurance
Amount $15,000 – $30,000
Method of payment Check
When due Upon ordering
To whom payment is to be made Insurance company
Vehicle
Amount $0 – $0
Method of payment Check
When due Upon purchase
To whom payment is to be made Vendor
Signage
Amount $30,000- $90,000
Method of payment Check, debit, and/or credit
When due Upon ordering
To whom payment is to be made Vendor
Office Expenses
Amount $1,000 – $2,000
Method of payment Check, debit, and/or credit
When due As incurred
To whom payment is to be made Vendors
Inventory
Amount $5,000 – $15,000
Method of payment Check, debit, and/or credit
When due Upon ordering
To whom payment is to be made Vendors
Licenses and Permits
Amount $5,000 – $20,000
Method of payment Check
When due Upon application
To whom payment is to be made Government
Dues and Subscriptions
Amount $0 – $0
Method of payment Check, debit, and/or credit
When due As incurred
To whom payment is to be made Vendors, trade organizations
Professional Fees (lawyer, accountant, etc.)
Amount $2,000 – $4,000
Method of payment Check, debit, and/or credit
When due As incurred or when billed
To whom payment is to be made Professional service firms
Travel, lodging and meals for initial training
Amount $15,000 – $30,000
Method of payment Cash, debit or credit
When due As incurred
To whom payment is to be made Airlines, hotels, and restaurants
Additional funds (for first 3 months) (see Note 3)
Amount $50,000 – $75,000
Method of payment Varies
When due Varies
To whom payment is to be made Employees, suppliers, utilities
Total
Amount $362,500 – $846,000
Method of payment
When due
To whom payment is to be made
Type of expenditure Amount Method of payment When due To whom payment is to be made
Initial franchise fee $50,000 – $50,000 Check or wire transfer Upon signing the franchise agreement Us
Real Estate / Rent (see Note 2) $5,000 – $14,000 Check Upon signing lease Landlord
Utilities $2,500 – $6,000 Check, debit, and/or credit Upon ordering service Utility providers
Leasehold Improvements $40,000 – $180,000 Check As incurred or when billed Contractors
Market Introduction Program $10,000 – $30,000 Check, debit, and/or credit As incurred or when billed Vendors and suppliers
Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment $120,000 – $280,000 Check, debit, and/or credit As incurred Vendors and suppliers
Computer Systems $12,000 – $20,000 Check, debit, and/or credit As incurred Vendors and suppliers
Insurance $15,000 – $30,000 Check Upon ordering Insurance company
Vehicle $0 – $0 Check Upon purchase Vendor
Signage $30,000- $90,000 Check, debit, and/or credit Upon ordering Vendor
Office Expenses $1,000 – $2,000 Check, debit, and/or credit As incurred Vendors
Inventory $5,000 – $15,000 Check, debit, and/or credit Upon ordering Vendors
Licenses and Permits $5,000 – $20,000 Check Upon application Government
Dues and Subscriptions $0 – $0 Check, debit, and/or credit As incurred Vendors, trade organizations
Professional Fees (lawyer, accountant, etc.) $2,000 – $4,000 Check, debit, and/or credit As incurred or when billed Professional service firms
Travel, lodging and meals for initial training $15,000 – $30,000 Cash, debit or credit As incurred Airlines, hotels, and restaurants
Additional funds (for first 3 months) (see Note 3) $50,000 – $75,000 Varies Varies Employees, suppliers, utilities
Total $362,500 – $846,000

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