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- Home Based
- Business Services
- B2B, B2C
Established in 2011, S.R.P. Inventories is a family-run business operating at the heart of the vibrant residential property market, supplying specialist property condition reports at the beginning, middle and end of tenancies courtesy of cutting edge digital reporting technology.
The company’s services are heavily relied upon by landlords and letting agencies. With an approach centred on making life a breeze for its clients, and a focus on exceptional service, growth has been rapid and a large number of loyal national accounts secured.
S.R.P. Inventories offers franchise opportunities UK-wide, with the added advantage of pre-built territories in prime London locations and Brighton and Hove, allowing new franchisees to hit the ground running with existing business.
Franchisees benefit from a lucrative repeat business model. Each established client relationship offers ongoing work which is further secured by loyalties from national brands.
Competitive edge comes from an established reputation, and sophisticated technology makes it a breeze to compile comprehensive quality property condition reports with the fast turnaround that clients demand.
A comprehensive training programme covering all aspects of marketing and running a successful property inventory franchise.
Provided by in-house experienced inventory experts, training is held at the S.R.P. Inventories Surrey HQ. The intensive 2-week course combines classroom sessions with practical on-the-job shadowing. The aim is to get franchisees up and running swiftly, equipped with the knowledge and confidence needed to do the job to a high standard and run a business under their own steam.
Franchisees are responsible for building relationships with landlords and letting agents within their territories, as well as servicing national contracts and any existing business supplied with the territory.
Early on, franchisees will usually take care of producing reports themselves, but as the business grows they may find they need to recruit and manage their own inventory clerks to fulfil growing workloads.
Franchisees can administer the business from home, keeping overheads low and maximising profits.