When you’re looking for an investment opportunity, you want a low initial investment, a quick return on your money, and the opportunity for continued growth. That pretty much sums up investing in a Cousins Subs franchise.
The costs of opening a Cousins Subs store will vary based on several factors, including geographical differences, square footage, seating capacity, leasehold improvements for new construction, existing building or renovations, equipment design and configuration, etc.
The flow chart will provide an estimate of the capital needed to get your restaurant open and to operate it for an initial three month period. The numbers below are based on a 1,600 square foot restaurant in a strip center, which is Cousins Subs current and standard design.
Cousins Subs requires a minimum net worth of $300,000 and $80,000 in liquidity for a single store owner. Are developers and multi-unit operators are required to have a net worth of $500,000 and $200,000 in liquidity.
Estimated investment required per franchise location is BASED ON COUSINS SUBS CURRENT SPECIFICATION FOR A 1,600 SQUARE FOOT LOCATION. Occasionally, costs change so please see item 7 of the Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) for additional information.