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HomeVestors of America

Think there's money to be made in buying, fixing and reselling houses? Discover how right you are with this excellent franchise opportunity.

Franchise Profile — HomeVestors of America

After developing award-winning, franchised real estate offices in Dallas and Houston in the 1970s and 1980s, the late Ken D'Angelo decided to focus on recycling single-family houses in Dallas and that decision was the basis for what has become HomeVestors of America, Inc., the "We Buy Ugly Houses" people!

By 2003, HomeVestors of America, Inc., included nearly 150 franchised offices located in nearly 20 states. In 2001, Entrepreneur magazine ranked HomeVestors of America, Inc., as #189 among the nation's Top 500 Franchises. The next year, HomeVestors of America, Inc., moved up to #125. By 2007, HomeVestors plans to include some 500 franchised HomeVestors offices nationwide.

In every market where HomeVestors exists, the "We Buy Ugly Houses" and "Ugly's OK" campaigns are prominent and extremely effective.

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