Frequently Asked Questions
Great question! Our auto insurance and tax services franchise system is designed to drive revenue growth and minimize overhead. Our insurance products generate residual income for your business that pay renewal commissions to you throughout the life of the insurance policies. Couple that with an ever-expanding base of customers in need of tax services, and you have a combinación perfecta for financial success!
It’s impossible to predict how well your business will perform because of how much it depends on your own hard work, but our Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD or UFOC) contains financial performance histories of our franchised locations so you can get an idea of how well they do on average. And the numbers look great!
The franchise fee at Fiesta Auto Insurance is only $25,000! That includes both a full-service insurance agency and tax preparation business!
Our expert team of franchise sales representatives will work with you to identify the best market area for your franchise. We’ll work closely with you to ensure you have the best shot at success!
We’ll head your way to meet you and get familiar with your market. We’ll spend a couple of days hunting the perfect location for your franchise with the help of our network of local real estate professionals and specialized mapping and demographic tools to find and identify your ideal clientele and site.
Yes, the Franchise Fee is only $25,000! Of course, there are other costs associated with running the business, but we do our best to keep the initial investment cost as low as possible, so our franchisees can get the most from their franchise investment.
The typical investment for setting up a Fiesta Franchise will range from about $88,052 – $171,749 including the franchise fee. For more detailed information, fill out the form above and talk with our team!
Yes, it is necessary for you to have an Insurance license to own a Fiesta franchise. We also highly recommend getting a state certification in tax services to help increase your margins.
With a name like Fiesta, we attract many clients whose primary language is Spanish. Having the ability to communicate with your customers is crucial, so it would definitely be best if you spoke Spanish.
Full fluency is less critical: many franchisees feel comfortable interacting with customers even with a limited Spanish vocabulary. It’s all about how comfortable you are interacting with people, even with the obstacle of a language barrier.