From a practical point of view, a franchiser who has found success selling the services and products of franchising outlets for public consumption, has a pretty rewarding business concept which is potentially profitable if sold. However, this is not applicable in all cases and itís especially risky to assume so if youíre a franchise buyer. Many franchisers though would argue that if they have in fact meticulously crafted a successful business model over years of hard work, then they certainly have every right to sell it to others who would like a shot at this sort of success in the franchising business world. However, selling is not a particularly good decision for someone who hasnít been a franchiser for long. Many franchising consultants would cringe at the idea of a rookie franchiser adamant on the idea of selling their franchise, despite not even having sufficient time to perfect a business model. This is an especially unwise decision if not enough capital is on hand. This is because franchising a concept takes a few millions, at the very least. These millions donít last very long, either if the franchiser isnít careful and cautious with every penny coming out of his/her pockets. Selling your business concept as a franchise should be preceded by enough years of very hard work, a successful tried and true business model and a solid capital in the bank. So before making that move, consult an expert and carefully assess your condition before making a huge mistake in more ways than one.