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Franchise Deep Dive: Hommati Franchise Costs, Fees, Profit and Data

Hommati is an emerging franchise that aims to bring the real estate industry into the modern era with technology and innovation by providing media solutions.

By Erica InmanStaff Writer
8:08AM 04/13/24

LAST UPDATED: March 2024



REPORTED COST TO GET IN: $69,940 - $83,998

REPORTED ROI (Item 19): not publicly available

Hommati offers real estate professionals a variety of media and technology solutions.

How Many Hommati Locations Are There?

Hommati founder and CEO Jerry Clum started the brand in 2017 to address some of the challenges his partner, a top real estate agent, was facing in the industry. He saw an opportunity to solve these issues with innovation and technology and Hommati was born. 

The brand currently has 150 locations across the U.S.

What Is Hommati’s Business Model?

Hommati is a real estate media franchise concept. The brand offers a number of innovative services to real estate professionals, including 3D interactive tours, aerial videos and photographs, virtual staging, floor plans with measurements, guided tours, 3D walkthroughs and brochure creation. 

How Much Can Hommati Franchise Owners Make?

The brand does not make this information publicly available. Prospective owners can access this information through the brand’s most recent Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD). 

How Much Does It Cost To Open a Hommati Franchise?

The total initial investment necessary to begin operation of an Hommati franchise ranges from $69,940 to $83,998.

What Is the Franchise Fee for Hommati?

The franchise fee required to begin operation of an Hommati franchise is $44,900, which must be paid to the franchisor. 

Who’s On Hommati’s Leadership Team?

What Helpful Articles Can I Read to Learn More About Hommati?

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