Got questions about the Mucho Burrito opportunity? We’ve got answers
We’re looking for passionate entrepreneurs to become Mucho Burrito franchise owers, and because many of them are new to the QSR industry, we get a lot of questions. Here are some answers to the ones that most frequently pop up:
What is the estimated total initial investment in a Mucho Burrito franchise?
That depends on the type of restaurant you choose: a mall food court model or an in-line restaurant. Depending on which model you pursue, estimated start-up costs range from $356,000 – $659,500, Mucho Burrito works beautifully in shopping malls or as an end-cap business in a busy, open-air commercial center. See Item 7 in our current Franchise Disclosure Document for additional details.
How much is Mucho Burrito’s franchise fee?
We charge $30,000 for our current initial franchise fee. See our current Franchise Disclosure Document for additional details.
What are the ownership qualifications?
We are seeking investors with a minimum of $165,000 in liquid assets and a total of at least $350,000 in net worth. No restaurant experience is necessary, but of course those skills would be valuable assets and help speed the training and set-up process.
What U.S. markets will Mucho Burrito be targeting?
Mucho Burrito is designed to succeed in urban and suburban markets, even in smaller communities. Entrepreneurs from all across the United States are encouraged to explore the Mucho Burrito opportunity.
What makes a good location?
If there is a highly trafficked commercial area that sees movement throughout the day and evening, such as an open-air residential/commercial shopping center or mall food court, then a Mucho Burrito can thrive in that location. The inviting, upscale appearance of a Mucho Burrito franchise catches the eye of foot and vehicle traffic, helping drive interest and new business alongside repeat customers who fill the space and thus help create appeal.
What’s the real estate requirement?
Again, that depends on the model chosen. Most franchise owners choose to lease rather than purchase their physical space, so they will work with our dedicated real estate professionals to identify the right location for their Mucho Burrito franchise.
How many employees do I need?
Every Mucho Burrito franchise is led by a working owner who oversees a staff of between 12 and 15 individuals, consisting of four to five members per shift, depending on the size of the unit.
Bring a new Mexican food franchise to your community today
A Mucho Burrito franchise is a low-cost investment opportunity offering high growth potential. Join this dynamic brand as it enters the United States in 2019. Estimated start-up costs range from $356,000 – $659,500, depending on the model you choose. We have been expanding in Canada since 2006, thanks to a business model built for entrepreneurs who are passionate about bringing a reimagined, fun and flavorful Mexican food experience to their communities.