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    One of my friends dads owns a couple of McDonald franchises, he is ballin' out of this world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WebDaemon View Post
    I think its $1.5M to be eligible for entry into the franchise.

    Not bad considering the long term benefits!! Even tho I hate the place, I would love to own a dozen

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    I've given up on Mickey D's. Had a burger and fries from there the other day but couldn't finish either since it made me feel like puking. It's a shame because we don't have many fast food places here.

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    hm. when i am staying in the us i never eat at mcd´s, ya guys have so many other fine ff places...
    In germany on the other side mcd is pretty good
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    I was on a road trip last week, and one of the MCD's in CT had Chicken selects priced at $10.....$10 for 5 chicken finger from MCD's - WTF?!

    I wonder if individual franchises dictate pricing, or corporate sets the prices?

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    The founders of McyDs are from my home state of NH, and one of my friends grandparents was offered the opportunity to move to CA and become partners whit the owners when they opened the very first store. It's their loss, not mine
    No Doubt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skitelluride531 View Post
    I was on a road trip last week, and one of the MCD's in CT had Chicken selects priced at $10.....$10 for 5 chicken finger from MCD's - WTF?!

    I wonder if individual franchises dictate pricing, or corporate sets the prices?
    Like all franchises the prices come from corp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason A View Post
    I just heard online that profits for McDonalds went up 80% for the year. 4.2 Billion in PROFIT!!!!!!!!!!!! 53 million people a day eat ad mcdonalds.................... THATS JUST SICK!


    Oh man would I love to be Ronald LOL

    You know Ronald is straight smackin ass with all that money.

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    Purchasing Your Franchise

    Most Owner/Operators enter the System by purchasing an existing restaurant, either from McDonald’s or from a McDonald's Owner/Operator. A small number of new operators enter the System by purchasing a new restaurant.
    The financial requirements vary depending on the method of acquisition.

    Financial Requirements/Down Payment


    An initial down payment is required when you purchase a new restaurant (40% of the total cost) or an existing restaurant (25% of the total cost). The down payment must come from non-borrowed personal resources, which include cash on hand; securities, bonds, and debentures; vested profit sharing (net of taxes); and business or real estate equity, exclusive of your personal residence.
    Since the total cost varies from restaurant to restaurant, the minimum amount for a down payment will vary. Generally, we require a minimum of $300,000 of non-borrowed personal resources to consider you for a franchise. Individuals with additional funds may be better prepared for additional or multi-restaurant opportunities.

    Financing


    We require that the buyer pay a minimum of 25% cash as a down payment toward the purchase of a restaurant. The remaining balance of the purchase price may be financed for a period of no more than seven years. While McDonald’s does not offer financing, McDonald’s Owner/Operators enjoy the benefits of our established relationships with many national lending institutions. We believe our Owner/Operators enjoy the lowest lending rates in the industry.

    Ongoing Fees


    During the term of the franchise, you pay McDonald’s the following fees:

    • Service fee: a monthly fee based upon the restaurant’s sales performance (currently a service fee of 4.0% of monthly sales).


    • Rent: a monthly base rent or percentage rent that is a percentage of monthly sales.
    Last edited by bulliondesk; 03-28-2009 at 06:25 PM.

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    micky D's is the best

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