If you thought it was impossible, and would remain impossible, for you to ever own a beauty salon, this article will not only refute that thought but prove it to be ridiculous. We are Salon & Spa Galleria, with twenty-two salon suite rental agencies in Fort Worth, and we are here to tell you just how affordable it can be to own a beauty salon in our fair city. Call us at 817-917-1416 for more information, and to arrange for a tour of our salon studio suites.
Now, let’s explain it all to you, how it works, and why we think you need to do this.
Owning a beauty salon, not renting one
In the previous section we said that Salon and Spa Galleria has twenty-two salon suite rental agencies. It is important to clarify that because there is inevitably some confusion about it. We rent salon suites from which you can run an independent business as a sole proprietor. We do not rent the beauty salon; we simply rent the location of YOUR beauty salon.
It is no different than any other hair salon or nail salon or beauty salon ownership. Almost all small business owners rent their retail locations, from which they operate a business. With this opportunity, we rent you a room for your business, not an entire retail building. Think small, but at the same time think huge opportunity.
Incredibly inexpensive beauty salon ownership opportunity
Let’s run the numbers for you. Luxury salon suites at Salon & Spa Galleria start at $75 per week, or $300 per month. That makes it an incredibly inexpensive retail rental. But there’s more to it than meets the eye test. Included in that rental fee is just about all your overhead expenses, including utilities, WiFi, a free HDTV, a web page, laundry facilities, security monitoring and the full weight of the Salon & Spa Galleria name, which is considerable.
What do you pay for? Your business license, your decorations, and any product you plan on selling in YOUR business.
Take a moment, right now, and do the math. Compute how much you would make in gross sales from your existing customers. Now subtract the rental fee we mentioned.
How does it look on paper?
Or, you can work for someone else
Yes, you have this option. If you are already working in a beauty salon owned by someone else, you know the score. You work for commissions, usually about 40%, while the owner makes 60% of every dollar you make for the salon. Yes, it is a safe option. There is no risk involved, and job security is steady and can be counted on, if you produce.
It is also stagnant and promises no chance for growth.
A final word about Salon & Spa Galleria
Do you want to know why we are so confident in what we say? Because we have twenty-two agencies, each with multiple clients running multiple businesses, and we have seen, firsthand, how successful they are.
But hey, don’t take our word for it. Call us today and arrange for a tour. Talk to our current clients. Make up your own mind. And we are betting we know which way you’ll go when it’s decision time.