15 Neighborly Brands Ranked in Franchise 500

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WACO, Texas—February 10, 2022—Neighborly brands made a strong showing in this year’s Franchise 500 ranking by Entrepreneur Magazine.  Aire Serv, Five Star Painting, The Grounds Guys, HouseMaster, Glass Doctor, Molly Maid, Mosquito Joe, Mr. Appliance, Mr. Electric, Mr. Handyman, Mr. Rooter, Precision Door Service, Rainbow International, Real Property Management and ShelfGenie were all included among the top 500 franchises operating in North America.

“I am filled with pride at the significant presence our deserving Neighborly brands have in this year’s Franchise 500 ranking, especially when positioned alongside so many other impressive franchise organizations,” said Brad Stevenson, chief development officer for Neighborly. “Our global franchise network has worked tirelessly in spite of the various challenges brought on by the pandemic to deliver the best we can to the communities we serve while also continuously adding value of the franchise opportunities we provide and achieving this recognition on behalf of so many of our brands is a testament to the positive impacts we’re making as a result of this collective dedication.”

Six total Neighborly brands—Aire Serv, Glass Doctor, Mr. Electric, Precision Door Service and Real Property Management—earned the No. 1 spots on the list for their respective franchise categories. Additionally, Real Property Management, Mr. Rooter Plumbing, and Rainbow International all broke into the top 200 overall ranking for the first time.

“The past year has been one of the most challenging for businesses in recent memory, which made putting together our 43rd annual Franchise 500 list more enlightening than ever,” says Entrepreneur Editor in Chief Jason Feifer. “The companies named to this year’s list showed us how being resilient, supportive, and nimble can help navigate extraordinary challenges and also underscore the grit and innovation that define entrepreneurship.”

The 2022 Franchise 500 ranks these 15 Neighborly brands for their outstanding performance in areas including unit growth, financial stability, and brand power:

  • Molly Maid #69
  • Rooter #131
  • Rainbow International #139
  • Appliance #154
  • Real Property Management #196, Ranked #1 in Category
  • Mosquito Joe #207, Ranked #1 in Category
  • Aire Serv #231, Ranked #1 in Category
  • Glass Doctor #232, Ranked #1 in Category
  • Five Star Painting #237
  • Electric #240, Ranked #1 in Category
  • House Master #275
  • Handyman #286
  • ShelfGenie #303
  • Precision Door Service #323, Ranked #1 in Category
  • The Grounds Guys #400

Over its 43 years in existence, the Franchise 500® has become both a competitive measure for franchisors and a primary research tool for potential franchisees. Entrepreneur’s editorial team assesses several factors that go into the evaluation, including costs and fees, size and growth, support, brand strength, and financial strength and stability.

To view the selected Neighborly brands in the full ranking, visit www.entrepreneur.com/franchise500. Results can also be seen in the January/February 2022 issue of Entrepreneur, now available on newsstands.

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