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Home-Based Franchises That Are Home Runs

Top franchises that get the job done from home or on the road.
Homepolish interior designer Heidi Callier experimented with a mix of glam, mid-20th century accents and bright color for this San Francisco home office. Source: Photo by Aubrie Pick/Homepolish

Homebased businesses—those that don’t require a fixed location or any of the costs that come along with it—are among the biggest’s Franchise 500® offer franchisees the opportunity to run a business without the need for a storefront, office or warehouse outside the home. .

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