The Coronavirus has caused massive disruptions to our daily lives. As you know, Congress is debating the next phase of the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are encouraging renters to drop a quick email to their House and Senate members to express their support for the efforts these members are undertaking during these unique times and to reinforce that the package contain direct federal rental assistance to families and individuals who suffer a loss of income during the COVID-19 crisis and well as support for property owners to cover items such as property taxes and insurance when rent payments are affected by COVID-19. It only takes a few seconds to click below and send an email. Please consider doing so today.

Please click HERE to access the form.


All County® Property Management Franchise Corporation is here to help. The creators of All County® Property Management are proud to announce only  a minor decrease in revenues during this pandemic.  All County® Property Management is one of the most advanced residential property management franchise concepts to date. During hard times like a pandemic, a small business may be very hard or even impossible to operate. Most small business owners would never shut their doors, but in the case of COVID-19, it wasn’t their choice.


During the month of March All County Franchisees revenues stayed just where they should be, the following month of April All County saw a minor decrease in revenues nationwide. Now, let’s consider the entrepreneurs that opened a small restaurant downtown or a hair salon. These two businesses offered services that were in demand and generating revenues until they were forced to close.  Unlike All County who provides housing which is a basic need. April (2020) approaches and these business owners have not made any money. Their employees were furloughed, and they expect to return to work soon, most Americans will not have extra money to spend on non-essential items.’


Let’s head back to All County®. This franchise concept is built and backed by over 30 years industry experience. We are not only experts at property management, but also know how to run a successful long term business.  It took some serious efforts to navigate through COVID-19 and find the best practices to keep folks safe and our businesses up and operational.  In addition, we were very proactive and helpful to ensure our tenants and owners had resources available to aid them financially through this difficult time. Our franchisees are continuing to provide the best services possible to our customers across the nation.


If you’re looking to learn how to be a business owner and build a residual based income then All County Property Management might be the solution for you.

Franchising is a great option for those looking to start their own property management business. Going the franchise route provides security of the training and proven systems of the franchisor to rely on. It makes sense that franchises have a higher success rate than starting a business from scratch, but starting a franchise business still has its risks.


A proven system. When buying a franchise you get access to a proven system and business model. Most Franchises boast decades of experience and success in the industry.

Training and support. Many people realize that starting a new business is no small endeavor. A good franchise provides you with superior training and ongoing support, giving even the most experienced business owners a greater chance for success.

Name recognition. When you buy a property management franchise you tap into an already established brand. People are more apt to trust a brand that is established, recognizable, and has a good track record.

Networking. On top of being able to get support from the franchisor, you get access to an entire network of franchisees just like you to learn from and grow with.

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This couple makes an awesome pair of franchise owners!

Meet Hon and Su. The married couple that each owns their separate franchise businesses.

While most couples buy a house or a dog, this couple decided to buy a pair of businesses together.

As the lead digital strategist for All County, I got to interview the All County CEO Sandy Ferrera and she told me the story of how her sister and brother-in-law became franchisees.

Even though her sister came into the business kicking and screaming, she ended up being one of the highest yielding franchise locations to date.

And Hon was actually part of the franchise recruitment team! After helping sell franchises he saw the benefit of owning an All County franchise location and decided to invest in one for himself. He took the leap, made the investment, and the rest is history.

Now Hon and Su are two of All County’s highest producing franchises.

To hear the rest of the story watch the video and check out its transcript below.

And if you want to know more about the All County Franchise Opportunity then I encourage you to download the All County Brochure. It is a good place to start.

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Video Transcript:

Sandy Ferrera:

So my sister and brother-in-law are franchisees. They initially were not franchisees. My sister never wanted to do this business, she remembered what I did in the early days. She was in television, she saw me grow the business. She said never in a million years would she ever entertain property management. But Hon was working besides Scott and I in helping to recruit and launch the franchise system. And after we had signed four I looked at Scott and I said, “This is not fair to Hon,” because he wanted a territory and we would award him one. We didn’t want a fellow family member to be one of our first franchisees, but after four we said, “It’s just not fair to Hon.” But the caveat was that my sister would have to work in the franchise while Hon helped us continue to grow and recruit franchisees.

So she agreed, extremely reluctantly because she didn’t want to do the business, and she said she would do it for six month. Well, six month came and went, she ended up really starting to enjoy the business, she quit her television job. And when it was time for Hon to go and join her in the business she didn’t want him there. She felt like she had created this amazing business and she didn’t need Hon to come in three years later and tell her what she should or shouldn’t be doing. That was a unique moment for us. And fortunately, Hon has his own location in Clearwater and many years later they both have the ability to run their businesses separately as well as jointly. They found that happy niche.

What does a Franchise Owner do Each Month?

What does an All County Franchise owner do each month?

Simple – They rent homes. That is a what a property manager does.

But what are their day-to-day operations like?

Well if you talk to our Franchisees you’ll realize pretty quickly that they didn’t get into the business to be a property manager. They got into the business to be a business owner. They wanted to build their own business to help them build wealth, financial freedom, more lifestyle choices, etc..

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