Steamatic: cleaning business for your E-2 Visa (2022)

Written by: Jack Findaro
Last Updated: June 17, 2022
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Steamatic has emerged as one of the leaders in the cleaning business. Steamatic has been delivering solutions for nearly 50 years. And is a thriving franchise system operating in 24 countries with 500 franchise territories worldwide.


Its franchisees have pioneered the science of carpet cleaning, duct cleaning. Also restoration of residential and commercial property.


 

Steamatic: Cleaning Business and a great focus on customer service

Conducting a simple search on Yelp or Google + reflects the franchisor and franchisees’ commitment to customer service. Owners typically divide their time between directing and managing the operation and relationship building (B2B marketing, local networking, etc.).

In recent years, Steamatic has positioned itself to take advantage of the booming cleaning and restoration industry.

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E-2 Visa Eligible Franchise

For prospective franchise business owners, Steamatic offers a relatively low-cost option. Particularly individuals interested in investing in an E-2 visa business. Steamatic is an eligible E-2 Visa business opportunity that is ideally suited for non-U.S. citizens looking to move to the U.S. and invest in a profitable E-2 Visa business. To see more opportunities check on our portal.

Opportunity: Seeking franchisees who are looking to take part in the day-to-day activities of the business. Available territory in Florida, California, Texas, and many more states.

Investment: Numbers ranges from $137,050$165,050

(1) E-2 Treaty Investor Visa allows a national of a “treaty country” – a country with which the U.S. maintains a treaty of commerce and navigation – to reside in the U.S. when investing a substantial amount of capital in a U.S. business (generally >$150,000)

(2) EB-5 visa requires at least a $500,000 investment in a U.S. business that creates at least ten (10) jobs for U.S. citizens or green cardholders in the first two (2) years. Investors may either start their businesses as active investors or invest in designated Regional Centers as passive investors.