FreshStart Partners, the property investment franchise division of FreshStart Living, has welcomed its latest franchise partner to its network.

Patrick Gilmartin is now officially licensed to sell FreshStart Living properties and is in a strong position to take advantage of the high demand from investors for the company’s developments.

FreshStart Living specialises in developing affordable student accommodation and residential properties. According to the company, acquiring sites at below market value allows savings to be passed on to final purchasers – a business model that makes sense not only for FreshStart but also for franchise owners who will receive a commission for each property sold.

Gilmartin, who is based in Surrey, will receive one week residential in-house training at the company’s head office in Manchester, as well as round the clock support from a dedicated Account Manager.

Rob Worthington, Franchise Manager at FreshStart Partners, said: “I’m absolutely thrilled that Patrick has joined us as a partner and I’m sure he will prove to be very successful.

“There are not many franchises out there that can offer the sort of returns FreshStart Partners can with such a small outlay. We have broken down the financial barriers that have hindered so many potential franchise owners in the past and that is why we are seeing so much interest in the opportunity.”

Patrick Gilmartin added: “I’m really excited about becoming a FreshStart Partner and I’m confident that this is the start of a highly lucrative relationship between me and FreshStart Living.

“After looking at several franchise opportunities I chose FreshStart Partners’ property investment franchise because it was the most attractive and, ultimately, the most financially rewarding. I believe it will offer me, and more importantly, my future clients, an above average return on our capital which is what every franchise owner wants.

“Rob Worthington was really helpful and guided me through the process from start to finish and now I’m eager to start selling FreshStart’s below market value property.”

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