When you purchase a franchise, you are buying into a company's systems, products, marketing, and name. It is important when making this evaluation to accept the limitation of freedom in exchange for what is, hopefully, a successful model.
While it is essential to have an attorney review your franchise agreement, there are questions that you can ask to determine is this business "right" for you. Here is an article covering the five questions that every potential franchisee should ask before hiring an attorney to review the franchise agreement.
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