Hunting Lease Network Franchise

Land leasing for hunting & fishing


  • Easy-to-run operation with low investment - the
    initial franchise fee is $15,000 and the estimated initial investment
    required ranges from $23,500 to $39,000 (includes franchise fee). For more
    information, including company information, costs & fees, and training
    & support, visit Entrepreneur
    Magazine's Franchise Zone
  • Be in the hunting business for yourself, but not
    by yourself
  • Be part of a team - the Hunting Lease Network┬« system provides training and guidance that
    helps you operate your business efficiently.
  • Huge territory area - Most territories are half
    a state in size, so plenty of counties to find landowners in your
    area 
  • Help sportsmen find safe, memorable hunting
    properties for a fair price
  • Utilize a proprietary internet system that
    allows public viewing and competitive bidding for hunting leases across
    the US
  • Help farmers and ranchers increase their income
  • Market big game, waterfowl, upland game, and
    fishing leases to tens of thousands of sportsmen across the nation
  • Interact with Farmers National Company professionals,
    the nation's premier farm management and agricultural real estate company



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How much does it cost to open a Hunting Lease Network Franchise?

The investment required to open a Hunting Lease Network Franchise is between $23,500-$39,000. There is an initial franchise fee of $15,000 which grants you the license to run a business under the Hunting Lease Network name.

Individual Unit Costs

  • Initial Investment:
    $23,500-$39,000
  • Initial Franchise Fee:
    $15,000
  • Royalty Fee:
    5%
  • Advertising Fee:
  • Term of Agreement:
    10 years
  • Renewal Fee:
    $1K


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Hunting Lease Network News & Press Releases

When did the first Hunting Lease Network open? 2002
When did Hunting Lease Network start Franchising? 2004

Year U.S.A. Canada International Corporate
2005 2 0 0 2
2004 0 0 0 2
2003 N/A N/A N/A 1
2002 N/A N/A N/A 1
2001 N/A N/A N/A N/A
Expense In-House Third Party
Franchise Fee No No
Startup Costs No No
Equipment No No
Inventory No No
Accounts Receivable No No
Payroll No No

Support
Meetings, Internet, Field operations/evaluations, Purchasing cooperatives

Marketing
Co-op advertising, Regional advertising

Franchise can be run from home.

0% of all franchisees own more than one unit

Number of employees needed to run franchised unit: 1 - 1

Absentee ownership of franchise is allowed. (100% of current franchisees are owner/operators)

To calculate how much income a franchise owner can do at Hunting Lease Network Franchise, may vary on factors like location, size etc., On the other side as a business owner your goals to maintain the quality of service while streaming sales high and expenses low. As any other franchise may include rent/mortgage, staffing/family, inventory supplies, utilities, administrative costs vise vera. Location to location and seasons the months costs may vary. Most franchises start up costs are typically fixed and they will cover most of the initial operating costs like signage, furniture, decoration and renovations.

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Hunting Lease Network


Hunting Lease Network
11516 Nicholas St., P.O. Box 542016
Omaha, NE
68154

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