Our Franchise Process

Following these simple steps to discover what your future can hold as a Capital Tacos Franchise Owner.

Initial Questionnaire, NDA, and Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD)

You fill out a short and confidential questionnaire to help us get to know you, your business background and experience, financial capabilities, and overall goals. You will sign an NDA so that we can share all the confidential information with you. We send you our FDD which provides relevant and detailed information on our franchise offering – including financial performance representation.

FDD Review and Business Planning Tools

A member of our development team will address any questions you have regarding the FDD and guide you through our business planning tools.

Peer Review:
Talk to our existing Franchise Owners and find out what it’s like to own and operate a Capital Tacos Restaurant or Trailer. They get to ask you questions and provide feedback on whether they feel you’re a good fit for our franchise.

Approval Day

We will invite you to come and meet with the team in person, explore an existing location in the Tampa, FL area, and of course try some fresh, scratch-made food!

Executive Team Approval

Once our leadership team approves your application and documentation, we will begin drafting your franchise agreement. Once complete, we recommend you have your franchise-specific legal counsel review the documents.

Time to Capitalize!

The final step to beginning your new venture is signing the franchise agreement. Once completed, your site selection process begins – and you are on your way to being in business!

How Much do Franchise Owners Make?

“Some researchers have tried to crunch the numbers with the aim of helping potential franchise owners get an idea of the income that they can expect by buying a franchise. According to a survey done by Franchise Business Review involving 28,500 franchise owners, the average pre-tax annual income of franchise owners is about 80,000 dollars. However, this number should be taken with a grain of salt bearing in mind that it could be inflated by high incomes of a few top performers. When researchers accounted for the inflations caused by the few top franchises, it was established that the average annual income of 51 percent of franchisees is less than 50,000 dollars. The study also found that only 7 percent of franchise owners earn over 250,000 dollars a year.

The survey by Franchise Business Review also found that about 21 percent of franchise opportunities are in the quick-service restaurants’ industry. This is despite the fact that restaurant businesses require a bigger initial investment compared to some other businesses with almost similar profit potential. On average, franchise owners in the restaurant industry take home about 82,000 dollars a year. However, the start-up cost can be anywhere between 100,000 dollars and a million dollars.”

How Much Do Franchise Owners Make?, Franchise Direct