New Again Houses Celebrates Continued Success with 20th Franchise Location Opening
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New Again Houses Celebrates Continued Success with 20th Franchise Location Opening

Multi-Faceted Real Estate Business Celebrates the Opening of Its 20th Franchise Location in Salt Lake City

March 30, 2021 // Franchising.com // Bristol, Tennessee - New Again Houses®, a company that transforms old houses into fantastic modern homes, is thrilled to announce that new franchisee owner, Brandon Slater, has just recently opened up their 20th franchise location. This location is in Salt Lake City, Utah.

New Again Houses® transforms houses into fantastic modern homes. After their homes are purchased, they fully remodel each one and sell them traditionally as market listings.

Founder, Matt Lavinder, and Vice President, Sam Ferguson, built the New Again Houses® Franchise in a way that revitalizes lives and houses within an ecosystem cultivating quality of life for its partners and clients.

“New Again Houses®’ goal is to create opportunities, build relationships, and provide an ecosystem to our franchise owners, including resources that took them a decade to develop,” says Lavinder. “These resources help new franchise owners overcome many common startup obstacles that entrepreneurs face so they are not having to build their business alone.”

New Again Houses® was founded in 2008 as a way to transform old houses into new modern homes through a culture of innovation, ownership, and win-win relationships.

New Again Houses® franchise owners help carry the credible, trustworthy brand name of New Again Houses® across the United States. They are proud of all of their franchise owners for their success, hard work, and dedication in building their companies and delivering the same expectations and culture that New Again represents across the board.

At New Again Houses® success is measured by achieving the balance between financial success and quality of life.

SOURCE New Again Houses®

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