Legato Living - Franchise


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Franchise owners provide long-term care to residents living with many types of memory impairment in a residential assisted living setting. Living in a smaller setting like Legato Living, residents and their families often experience less anxiety and are more comfortable knowing help from familiar caregivers is close by. Learn more now!

Legato Living
Business Cost, Fees & Facts for 2022

Minimum Cash Required $50,000
Net Worth Required $250,000

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Legato Living - Franchise

Why Legato Living Franchise at a Glance

Legato Living is a first-of-its-kind franchise opportunity. The human dimension of owning a Legato Living franchise is just as profound as the amazing financial opportunity to build a successful local or regional business.

Franchise owners provide long-term care to residents living with many types of memory impairment in a residential assisted living setting. Living in a smaller setting like Legato Living, residents and their families often experience less anxiety and are more comfortable knowing help from familiar caregivers is close by.

Our franchise owners typically invest in multiple residential locations using the memory care business to pay off their real estate investment over a 10-year franchise term. We encourage you to discover the franchise option that’s right for you…

  • Single location
  • Multi-unit
  • Multiple communities

Legato Living Successfully Leverages the Franchise Expertise of “A Place at Home”

About 10 years ago Jared Evanich and Dustin Distefano started an in-home care agency called A Place at Home. Franchising began about four years ago. In their growth plan they set out to find home-like facilities for people who could no longer stay safe in their own homes any longer, but wanted to stay out of a big box facility or nursing home.

During their research on how best to expand, they met Erin Render, who had successfully founded Legato Living, a residential group living business model, for people suffering with moderate to advanced stages of dementia. The business was profitable and had achieved high satisfaction ratings from both residents and their families.

Erin, Jared and Dustin decided to partner so they could expand the good work of Legato Living through a franchise business model. Everyone quickly recognized that Legato Living franchise owners would have two attractive vehicles to generate revenue for the business:

The residential home and the rents paid by residents on one side the business and the real estate property-related investments to build out the various locations

Meanwhile rents are partially used to pay off mortgages or remodel — all the while building equity in the real estate side of the business model.

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