Jim’s Group adds conveyancing to franchise portfolio
Wednesday, July 31, 2013/
The group behind Jim’s Mowing has added a new business to its portfolio – conveyancing.
Jim’s Conveyancing is the 36th division to join the group that includes Jim’s Antennas, Jim’s Bath Resurfacing and Jim’s Dog Wash.
“We are hoping to establish ourselves in all major centres in Victoria, and will then be looking for regional franchisees in the other states so that we can launch nationally early next year,” Jim’s Conveyancing head Mandi Morison says in a statement.
“We not only help with buying and selling residential properties but also with business sales and purchases, so we are available to help other Jim’s franchisees within the group.”
Depending on state licensing requirements, Jim’s Conveyancing franchisees can either be lawyers, established conveyancers, or people wanting to train and become licensed conveyancers.
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