FAQs About Launching an HRN Home Business
Below are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about launching an HRN® Business.
What is a Homeowner Referral Network (HRN) ?
How does the HRN earn income?
Can an HRN be operated on a part-time basis?
Is the HRN business a franchise or an MLM?
How long has HRN been operating?
How do I know that an HRN will work in my area?
Will an HRN thrive in today’s economy?
Yes, the HRN business is recession proof!
In a thriving economy, homeowners have the financial resources to remodel. In a slower economy many people opt to remodel rather than move. And, in any economy, homes will always require repairs, upgrades and standard maintenance.
Contractors today are so busy why would they want to work with an HRN?
HRN referrals keep their client base growing.
- HRN’s help maintain a steady flow of work, especially during slow seasons.
- HRN’s helps contractors break into new neighborhoods.
- There are no upfront fees.
- Commissions paid to an HRN are considered to be a sales and marketing expense and are therefore, tax-deductible.
- Being referred by an HRN signifies a high level of customer service and professionalism and helps contractors differentiate themselves from less reputable businesses
How much money can I make operating an HRN?
How long does it take to get up and running?
Do I need home improvement experience to operate an HRN?
Do I need to write a business plan before I start my business?
Not if you purchase the package with the HRN Manual. The HRN Manual is a business plan.
How can I learn how to start an HRN in my area?
What is Aging-In-Place Referrals?
What is “The Complete Guide to Owning And Operating A Successful Homeowner Referral Network ©”
The Complete Guide To Owning And Operating A Successful Homeowner Referral Network © is a complete manual / business plan which outlines step-by-step procedures on how to start a network in your area including how to locate, screen and represent a comprehensive network of home improvement contractors, how to effectively reach your target audience, how to reach and service your clients and how to organize your business as efficiently as possible. In addition, the manual outlines valuable information on legal, insurance and financial issues pertinent to the HRN.