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Learn about IPG franchising

 

Want to live and work in Orlando, Florida or on the Florida Gulf Coast?

Now you can! With an IPG franchise! Read on to learn all about this great opportunity.


Why Vacation Rentals?

Vacation rentals are quickly becoming major competition for traditional hotels. With online travel agencies like Airbnb, Expedia, Booking.com, and many others promoting vacation rentals, it’s easy to see that the vacation rental industry will continue to growing rapidly. 

The concept of a family or group of friends staying in a 2-, 3-, 4-, 5-, 6-, 7-, or 8-bedroom home with private swimming pool (except for condominiums and townhomes) several bathrooms, full kitchen, washer/dryer, spacious living rooms, and more, simply doesn’t compare with paying for 2 or more cramped hotel rooms.

With over 60 million tourists a year visiting Florida alone, an increasing number are deciding to stay in a vacation rental, and so the demand is already fierce, and the concept is set to continue growing in popularity.


Why IPG?

Graham Greene created IPG franchising over 10 years ago. He’s incorporated his expertise of property management, rentals, real estate, and franchising into IPG franchising for our franchisees to utilize. We now have 14 IPG franchises managing over 400 vacation rentals (ranging from a 1-bedroom condo unit to an 8- bedroom villa with private pool) in the Central Florida / Disney World area.


We recently expanded into our second location: The Florida Gulf Coast in Bonita Springs, Florida. Bay Pointe Vacation Rentals manages over 100 units in the Bonita Springs area. Franchises are available in both the Central Florida and Gulf Coast locations.

1. Generating Income: IPG Franchising is a property management franchise that generates income from the first day of operation. When you buy an IPG franchise, you’re not just buying into a proven business model, you’re also buying a business that generates income virtually immediately.

a. Multiple revenue streams:

  i. Landscaping
  ii. Cleaning fees
  iii. Pest control
  iv. General property maintenance 
  v. Ongoing monthly management fees 
  vi. Generating rentals& earning commission
  
Want to see a breakout of estimated income? See the projections below.

Contract Replacement Guarantee:

If a management account that is a part of the initial business cancels through no fault of the franchisee before the franchisee services the management account for 6 full months, we will replace the management account with another of approximately equal  value.  


What Does a Property Manager Do? 

A short-term vacation rental property manager has many duties, but many can easily be outsourced to third-party vendors so that you can set whatever work load you prefer. Even when the jobs are outsourced, there’s still room to make money (please see our proforma found  below). With that being said, if you want to physically carry out the work yourself, you can retain the fees. Some of the jobs you can perform yourself  include:

a. Pool cleaning (license needed - easy to obtain)
b. Property cleaning (after guest departures)
c. General maintenance (from changing a light bulb to fixing a hole in the wall)
d. Landscaping
e. Generating rentals/income for your properties' homeowners.

E-2 Visa Opportunity - Come Live in the USA!


Many people around the world want to live in  the USA but don’t have the capital requirements ($500k) for an EB-5 Visa. IPG Franchising creates an excellent opportunity for anyone to come live and work in  the USA. Our franchisees have a 100% success rate for obtaining and renewing their E-2 Visas. An E-2 Visa requires that you purchase and manage a business within the USA. With IPG providing virtually instant income, a proven business model, and the opportunity to subcontract as much work as you want to, we provide an excellent opportunity for anyone looking to come live the American dream!


We Offer Three Versions of Our Franchise:

1. Portfolio Franchise – This is our most popular product. Available packages include, along with the franchise fee, either 15 or 25 management accounts. This package enables a franchisee to begin generating income virtually immediately. The income that the included management contracts generate, provide a level of comfort that enables you to expand your franchise at your own pace whilst knowing you have viable business income from day one. 

a. $125,000 - 15 management contracts are included. The franchise fee is also included in that price.
b. $165,000 - 25 management contracts are included. The franchise fee is also included in that price.

2. Conversion Franchise - This product enables existing property management companies to become a part of the IPG Florida Vacation Homes network with all the benefits such association produces.

3. New Market Franchise - This product is perfect for someone who wishes to establish a new property management company and enjoy all the benefits of being part of the IPG Florida Vacation Homes network, whilst sourcing their own client base.

What IPG Provides our Franchisees:

1. Customized property management software -  Our software makes many day-to-day tasks a breeze!
2. No need for a brick and mortar store - There’s no need to rent out an office to run your business from. Run it from your own home and utilize our welcome center.  Our welcome center serves as a place for your guests to check in and a place for you to use our conference room, computers, and printers.
3. Accounting - We will: fulfill sales tax returns, manage homeowner ledger accounts, pay utility bills, collect payments from rental sources, deduct and remit withholding tax to the IRS (if homeowner has not provided an ITIN or SSN), all licensing required for a short-term property management company, and much more.
4. Excellent rental income for our homeowners. Don't want or know how to obtain rentals yourself? Not a problem! We source premium rentals from around the globe to ensure the best rental rates whilst achieving excellent occupancy levels. 
5. Customer service - Our front desk handles customer service issues with guests. We also provide a 24/7 customer service line where a live agent can be reached to answer/resolve any questions/issues.
6. Dedicated franchise manager - We provide all franchisees with a dedicated franchise manager. This ensures that there is always someone to help you with any questions you have, our franchise manager has over 15 years experience in the short term rental industry!


Training and Assistance:

IPG Franchising Inc. provides all franchisees with training in all departments at no extra charge. Each franchisee will get training in our: reservations department, accounting department, front desk, and our property management software. What’s more, we also provide hands-on training for: pre-guest check-in property inspections and property maintenance. If needed, additional training is always available. If any franchisee needs any assistance, they’re more than welcome to approach any department to get further training or assistance and ask any questions. Our dedicated franchise manager is available for one-on-one training at any point in time.
 

Financial Performance Representations:

Projected Revenues and Select Expenses for an IPG Business having 15 or 25 Management Accounts:

Number of Management Accounts (Homes w/ pool):

 15


25

   Low  High  Low  High

 Income Streams (Net Income)

       

 Management Fees (fixed fee charged every month)

 $24,750

 $24,750

 $41,250

 $41,250

 Pool Fees (fixed fee charged every month)

 $5,400

 $16,200

 $9,000

 $19,800

 Lawn Fees (fixed fee charged every month)

 $7,200

 $16,200

 $12,000

 $21,000

 Pest Control Fees (fixed fee charged every month)

 $3,600

 $3,600

 $6,000

 $6,000

 Cleaning Income (variable)

 $14,625

 $36,563

 $24,375

 $46,313

 Maintenance Income (variable)

 $15,606

 $19,890

 $26,010

 $30,294

 Rental Commissions (variable)

 $3,900

 $8,100

 $6,425

 $13,500

 Total Gross Income

 $75,081

 $125,303

 $125,060

 $178,517

 Expenses

       

 Accounting

 $2,000

 $3,000

 $2,500

 $3,500

 Bank Charges

 $100

 $500

 $200

 $1,000

 Telephone/Internet

 $1,000

 $2,000

 $1,500

 $2,500

 Miscellaneous Expenses

 $1,000

 $3,000

 $2,000

 $6,000

 Advertising

 $500

 $5,000

 $1,000

 $7,500

 Vehicle Expenses

 $4,000

 $7,000

 $5,000

 $8,000

 Liability Insurance

 $1,000

 $1,000

 $2,000

 $2,000

 Marketing Fund

 $1,172

 $1,172

 $1,881

 $1,881

 Billing System Fees

 $5,040

 $5,040

 $8,400

 $8,400

 Royalties

 $14,064

 $14,064

 $22,577

 $22,577

 Printing & Stationery

 $250

 $750

 $500

 $1,000

 Staff

 $0

 $0

 $18,720

 $12,480

 Annual Expenses

 $30,126

 $45,526

 $66,278

 $76,838

 Net Income, Before Tax

 $44,955

 $82,777

 $58,782

 $101,319

                                                                                                        

Projected Revenues and Select Expenses for a Bay Pointe Business Having 15 or 25 Management Accounts:

Number of Management Accounts (Condos):

 

 15

 

 25

 

  Low

 High

  Low

 High

 Income Streams (Net Income)

 

 

 

 

 Management Fees (fixed fee charged every month)

 $22,500

 $22,500

  $37,500

 $37,500

 Cleaning Income (variable)

 $23,625

 $39,375

 $39,375

 $55,125

 Maintenance Income (variable)

 $4,590

 $5,850

 $7,650

 $8,910

 Rental Commissions (variable)

 $18,000

 $36,000

 $25,000

 $50,000

 Total Gross Income

 $68,715

 $103,725

 $109,525

 $151,535

 Expenses

 

 

 

 

 Accounting

 $2,000

 $3,000

 $2,500

$3,500

 Bank Charges

 $100

 $500

 $200

 $1,000

 Telephone/Internet

 $1,000

 $2,000

 $1,500

 $2,500

 Miscellaneous Expenses

 $1,000

 $3,000

 $2,000

 $6,000

 Advertising

 $3,000

 $6,000

 $5,000

 $10,000

 Vehicle Expenses

 $4,000

 $7,000

 $5,000

 $8,000

 Liability Insurance

 $1,000

 $1,000

 $2,000

 $2,000

 Marketing Fund

 $586

 $1,262

 $1,631

 $1,943

 Billing System Fees

 $5,040

 $5,040

 $8,400

 $8,400

 Royalties

 $7,182

 $7,182

 $11,970

 $11,970

 Printing & Stationery

 $250

 $750

 $500

 $1,000

 Staff

 $0

 $0

 $0

 $ 0

 Annual Expenses

 $25,158

 $36,734

 $40,701

 $56,313

 Net Income, Before Tax

 $43,557

 $66,991

 $68,824

 $95,222

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

The Low range on the above table refers to the franchisee subcontracting out the majority of the work.

The High range on the above table refers to some work being carried out by the franchisee and some work being subcontracted out.


How we calculate these projections

The FTC's Franchise Rule permits a franchisor to provide information about the actual or potential financial performance of its franchised and/or franchisor-owned outlets, if there is a reasonable basis for the information, and if the information is included in the disclosure document. Financial performance information that differs from that included in Item 19 may be given only if: (1) a franchisor provides the actual records of an existing outlet you are considering buying; or (2) a franchisor supplements the information provided in this Item 19, for example, by providing information about possible performance at a particular location or under particular circumstances.

The tables above provide a range of projections for total gross income, variable expenses, and net income before tax and owner compensation that you may experience during your first year of operations for an IPG® Property Management Business, which commences. These projections range based on various factors, and are projected assuming you commence with 15 or 25 “Management Accounts”. We also separated these projections into two tables consisting of: (1) those IPG® Property Management Businesses that use the IPG® marks and not the Bay Pointe™ marks (“IPG® Businesses”), and (2) the newer format Bay Pointe™ Vacation Rental form of IPG® Property Management Businesses (“Bay Pointe™ Businesses”). While both of them operate in substantially the same manner, the customer base, rates, and services they offer do differ slightly. Because of this difference, we report the projections separately. (See Item 1).The assumptions are derived from our experiences as well as the experience of our predecessor.

All data is projected on an annual 12-month calendar year basis.

Each “Management Account” is one vacation rental home or condominium unit that is managed by an IPG® Business or Bay Pointe™ Business. IPG® Businesses tend to have a greater number of single family residences as compared to condominium units.

How we calculate these IPG Florida Vacation Homes projections:

Low:  (mainly subcontracting out the work): 

1. Management Fee (fixed income)
             a. Assumes an average of $137.50 per month.
2. Pool Fees (fixed income)
            a. Assumes an average charge of $90 per month, per property/pool. Gross profit on each month, per property, is assumed to be $30.
3. Lawn Fees (fixed income)
             a. Assumes an average of $90 per month, per property/lawn. Gross profit on each month, per property, is assumed to be $40.
4. Pest Control (fixed income)
          a. Assumes an average of $30 per month, per property. Gross profit on each month, per property, is assumed to be $20.00.
5. Cleaning Income (variable income) is income derived from cleaning the management account vacation rental homes after each  use. It assumes:
          a. An average of $97.50 per clean and 25 cleans, per property, per year. All cleans are subcontracted out with a gross profit margin assumed to be 40%.
6. Rental Commission (variable  income)
           a. Assumes an average of $2,570 of rentals per property per year  at 10%. commission.
7. Maintenance (variable income) is income derived from performing routine maintenance for the management accounts. It assumes:
          a. Billable at $65 per hour. Taking an average of 1.7 hours worked, per property, per month. The gross profit after paying your subcontractor is assumed to be $51 per hour.

HIGH: (mainly doing work yourself, depending upon package size)


1. Management Fee (fixed income)
        a. Assumes an average of $137.50 per month
2. Pool Fees (fixed income)
        a. Assumes an average of $90 per month per property/pool for the first 15 units. It is assumed that all units  in excess of the first 15 units are subcontracted out at: $60 per month, leaving  an assumed $30 as gross profit.
3. Lawn Fees (fixed income)
        a. Assumes an average of $90 per month, per property/lawn for the first 15 units. It assumes that all units in excess of the first 15 units are subcontracted out at: $50 per month, leaving an assumed $40 as gross profit.
4. Pest Control (fixed income)
       a. Assumes an average of $30 per month, per property. Gross profit on each month, per property, is assumed to be $20.00
5. Cleaning Income (variable income) is income derived from cleaning the management account vacation rental homes after each use. It assumes:
       a. An average of $97.50 per clean and 25 cleans per property, per year, for the first 15 units. It assumes that all units in excess of the first 15 units are subcontracted out. Gross profit when subcontracting out the clean is assumed to be 40%.
6. Rental Commission (variable income)
       a. Assumes an average of $5,400 of rentals per property per year at 10% commission.
7. Maintenance (variable income) is income derived  from performing routine maintenance for the management accounts. It assumes:
       a. Billable at $65 per hour. Taking an average of 1.7 hours worked, per property, per month for the first 15 properties. All properties in excess of the first 15 properties are subcontracted out. The gross profit after paying your subcontractor is assumed to be $51 per hour.


How we calculate these Bay Pointe Vacation Rental Projections:


Low: (mainly subcontracting out the work):

1. Management Fee (fixed income)
      a. Assumes an average of $125.00 per month
2. Cleaning Income (variable income) is income derived from cleaning the management account vacation rental homes after each use.
      a. Assumes an average of 15 cleans  per unit, per year, at an average rate of $175 per clean. The profit margin is assumed to be $105 per clean, as all cleans would be subcontracted out.
3. Rental Commission (variable income)
      a. Assumes an average of 2 months booked per property, per year, at $6,000 per month, per unit with 10% commission. For the 25-unit package it is assumed that the rent drops to $5,000, per month, per unit as there is a more diverse property inventory but commission stays at 10%.
4. Maintenance (variable income) is income derived from performing routine maintenance for the management accounts. It assumes:
     a. Billable at $65 per hour. Taking an average of .5 billable hours, per property, per month. The gross profit after paying your subcontractor is assumed to be $51 per hour.

HIGH: (mainly doing work yourself,  depending upon package size)

1. Management Fee (fixed income)
     a. Assumes an average of $125.00 per month.
2. Cleaning Income (variable income) is income derived from cleaning the management account vacation rental homes after each use.
     a. Assumes an average of 15 cleans per unit, per year at a profit margin of $175 per clean. All properties in  excess of the first 15 properties are subcontracted out. The gross profit after  paying your cleaner(s) is assumed to be $105, per clean.
3. Rental  Commission (variable income)
     a. Assumes an average of 4 months booked  per property, per year, at $6,000 per month, per unit with 10% commission. For the 25-unit package it is assumed that the rent drops to $5,000 as there is a more diverse property inventory but commission stays at  10%.
4. Maintenance (variable income) is income derived from performing  the routine maintenance for the management accounts. It assumes:
      a. Billable at $65 per hour. Taking an average of .5 billable hours, per property, per month for the first 15 properties. It is assumed that all properties in excess of the first 15 properties are subcontracted out. The gross profit after paying your subcontractor is assumed to be $51 per hour.


  Variable Expenses Includes:


  “Accounting” assumes expenditures for bookkeeping, accounting and tax return

  “Bank charges” assumes the need for credit and debit card charging/processing and operating account banking fees.

  “Telephone” assumes the need for domestic and international calling.

  “Advertising” assumes website and other online publications, SEO, use of online listing sites, and other vacation rental media.

  “Vehicle expenses” assumes gas and upkeep for a vehicle, and excludes the purchase price of the vehicle.

  “Liability insurance” assumes your cost for compulsory insurance to comply with the Franchise Agreement.

System development (marketing) fund”, “Billing System Fees”, and “Royalties” are described in Item 6 and 11.

  “Printing and stationery” assumes printing of rental contracts, stationery, business cards, and the like.

  “Staffing” assumes 1 person for 25 homes and 2 persons for 35 homes.

  “Miscellaneous expenses” assumes all other minor expenses other than debt service and taxes.

  “Total gross income” is the sum of all Fixed Income and Variable Income.

See Item 20 of this Disclosure Document. This Financial Performance Representation doesn’t include actual historical data for IPG.

Some IPG® Property Management Businesses have sold this amount. Your individual results may differ. There’s no assurance that you’ll sell as much. These projected revenues and expenses are based on our experience. But, as they ’reprojections, they don’t reflect actual operating results. A new franchisee’s individual results may differ from the projections stated in this Financial Performance Representation.

This financial performance representation for “Variable Expenses” and “Total Expenses” doesn’t
reflect all projected expenses of the IPG® Property Management Businesses. Some of the expenses that are not reflected in the statement, but that a franchisee may or will incur and should take into consideration are:


  • Initial franchise payments and fees to the franchisor other than royalties (like the purchase price to acquire Management
    Accounts)
  • Licenses
  • Rent and utilities R (if you choose to have an office)
  • Cost of equipment
  • Financing costs (in addition to occupancy expense)
  • Legal expenses
  • Debt repayment


Such expenses will affect the net income and cash flow of your IPG® Property Management Business. A franchisee should consider them and evaluate their impact. The actual performance of your IPG® Property Management Business will depend on a number of factors specific to you, including your expenses for the foregoing, the degree of local community marketing you undertake, and other factors.

Your actual gross sales (Total Gross Income, Variable Income and/or Fixed Income) may differ substantially from the data presented above due to a variety of factors such as regional market variations, the demographics of an area, lifestyles of customers in the market area, location of your IPG® Property Management Business and other market characteristics as well as your business abilities and efforts. You should consult other sources, your financial advisors, and franchisees of existing IPG® Property Management Businesses in order to compare franchisees' gross sales experiences and to obtain additional information necessary to develop estimates of the cost, expenses, earnings, and profits of IPG® Property Management Businesses.

These sales, profits, or earnings aren’t based on an existing operating franchised business and should not be considered as the actual or potential sales, profits, or earnings that you’ll realize.

Written substantiation of the data used in preparing this earnings claim will be made available to you upon reasonable request. The data and assumptions used in these projections are also available upon request.

Except as provided in this Item 19, above, we don’t make any representations about a franchisee’s future financial performance or the past financial performance of company-owned or franchised outlets. We also don’t authorize our employees or representatives to make any representations either orally or in writing. If you are purchasing an existing outlet, however, we may provide you with the actual records of that outlet. If you receive any other financial performance information or projections of your future income, you should report it to the franchisor’s management by contacting Graham Greene at 770-650-5985 or by writing to PO Box 862067, Marietta, Georgia 30062, the Federal Trade Commission, and the appropriate state regulatory agencies.
 

This web page and the franchise sales information in this web page do not constitute an offer to sell a franchise. The offer of a franchise can be made only through the delivery of an FDD.  California, Hawaii, Indiana, Illinois, Maryland, Minnesota, Michigan, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin require that we register the FDD in those states. The communications in this web page or any social media are not directed by us to the residents of any of those states. Moreover, we will not offer or sell franchises in those states until we have registered the franchise(or obtained an applicable exemption from registration) and delivered the FDD to the prospective franchisee in compliance with applicable law. This web page is not an offering in the State of New York. An offering can only be made by a prospectus first filed with the Department of Law of the State of New York. Such filing does not constitute approval by the Department of law.

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