Investor partner needed for Established Design Firm
I have a business going on 3 years now designing and
remodeling homes. I have managed to make it this long through the recession by
adding clients to fill the empty spaces. I am looking to expand my business
with a small inexpensive office and other services to offer so that when the
market recovers I will be able to support the work load from all of the clients
I have added over the past year. My highest income year 2007 with only 5
builder clients working alone with a price 35% less than my current charges I
grossed $90k with no overhead working out of my home just designing with no
other services. Now I have 20 builder clients and growing with a much more
homeowner client base over the past year. However because of the slow economy I
don`t have the funds I need to expand and buy the little equipment I still need
to offer the additional services I have found a need for in my industry. The
investment would be around $75-$100k and I would turn over 50% of the business
ownership in return. Please contact me for a business plan and break down of
the costs of which the funds are needed. I am also educated with a Bachelors
Degree in Architecture and many years experience designing and building homes.
There is a lot of income potential in the next 2 years that should give a great
return on your investment. This will be a business that includes all of the
following services: Designing New Homes/Additions/Remodels, Printing &
Scanning services with electronic file library`s for builders, Online plan
website selling plans for a network of designers, Building & Remodeling
homes for clients, Rendering services and material lists for building. This is
an established business with a solid client base not a startup company hoping
and waiting for the first client to walk through the door. To learn more about the business and see some
of my previous work in my Design Portfolio go to www.jamiecomptondesign.com.
Thank you and I look forward to speaking with you.
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