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Jack Oh, Business Broker: Southern California


Contact: Jack Oh, Business Broker: Southern California

Company: Power Realty & Investments

Phones: 562-787-4989 Cell , 562-787-4989 Text



Business broker and real estate services in the Los Angeles and Orange County areas. 10 years experience with great negotiating skills. To sell a business or buy a business in the LA or Orange County Areas phone Jack and his team at 562-787-4989 Cell / Text.

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About Jack Oh, Business Broker: Southern California

Business broker and real estate services in the Los Angeles and Orange County areas. 10 years experience with great negotiating skills. To sell a business or buy a business in the LA or Orange County Areas phone Jack and his team at 562-787-4989 Cell / Text.





 

 

 

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Business broker and real estate services in the Los Angeles and Orange County areas. 10 years experience with great negotiating skills. To sell a business or buy a business in the LA or Orange County Areas phone Jack and his team at 562-787-4989 Cell / Text.
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Mediterranean restaurant for sale in Tarzana, Los Angeles County, CA. Same owner since 1998. Has b&w license. Lebanese Mediterranean food. Good yelp review. Great location. Nice neighborhood. 30% business is catering. 65% credit card sale. Have catering account with corporate offices.   Posting #: 267849   Posted by: Peter Shaw.
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Asian fusion teriyaki fast food restaurant. Has large size kitchen. Store size 1,931 sqft. Seating capacity of 55. Monthly gross $46,000. Net $12,000/month.   Posting #: 267234   Posted by: Peter Shaw.
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Fast Track Posting Owner is retiring after 38 years. Recently remodeled 3 years ago. Fully equipped with walk in cooler and freezer. Has beer wine license. Located on a major street. Densely populated area. Seating for 150.   Posting #: 267732   Posted by: Jack Oh.
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Fast Track Posting Same owner since 1994. Currently selling asian groceries (pilipino, thai, japanese and korean). Well known for their seafood. No competition. Owner is retiring after 27 years. 25% down with sba loan.   Posting #: 267737   Posted by: Jack Oh.
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Halal market for sale in the heart of Temecula, Riverside County, California. No competition. Good mix of groceries and food. Full kitchen with oven for baking bread. 40%+ profit margin. Good mix of mediterranean groceries and food.   Posting #: 267592   Posted by: Jack Oh.
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Asset sale gourmet sandwich shop for sale in busy downtown Long Beach area - Los Angeles County, California. Surrounded with lots of apartment and business. Plenty of foot traffic. Has b&w license and catering permit. currently serve sandwich, ramen, smoothie, boba etc.   Posting #: 267317   Posted by: Peter Shaw.
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Huge plant with 3 vans for delivery. Top of the line equipment for mass production. Current owner has another business and cannot focus on the venture. Great potential to increase route and add commercial accounts. 5300 sf. Full staff. Employee run. Asset sale.   Posting #: 266987   Posted by: Jack Oh.
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Located on a major street and is very visible. In a busy area with good walking traffic. Surrounded by a lot of residential homes. Same owner since 2012 and has 2ft & 3pt employees. Has a room for sitting 15 guests. Room to grow with more catering and delivery service. Monthly rent $1,450.   Posting #: 261674   Posted by: Pradeep Sharma.
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Employee run liquor store in Santa Clarita. Owner has other businesses and cannot run this business. Employee run. Reasonable rent. Owner since 2009. Monthly gross: $75,000. Asking 325K+. Reason for selling: long commute. Owner has other stores to manage.   Posting #: 266129   Posted by: Jack Oh.
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Golden spoon franchise for sale. Absentee run. Located inside a busy shopping center. Owner has other businesses and cannot focus on this store. Great potential for owner-operator. No monthly royalty. Monthly gross: $20,000-$25,000.   Posting #: 264725   Posted by: Jack Oh.
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Rare and hard to find hardware store in heart of Riverside County. This business has been established since 1990 and current owner since 1993. One of the largest independent dealers for lawn equipment, generators, power equipment in Riverside County. Short hours. Owner is retiring after 27 years.   Posting #: 266418   Posted by: Jack Oh.
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Bakery cafe Open hours 6 am-6 pm mon-sat. 7am-4pm sun. Seating capacity: 47 + patio seating. Employees: 3 ft, 3pt. Has walk in cooler and freezer. Currently serve coffee, pastry, & sandwiches, donuts. Before pandemic monthly gross: $60,000. Size: 2,600 sq. ft. Monthly rent $13,000 + $3,000 NNN.   Posting #: 266134   Posted by: Peter Shaw.
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Asset sale indian fast food restaurant with steamtable. Easy to convert to another concept. Partnership break up. Newly remodel store and kitchen. Monthly rent: $3,100. Lease terms: 5 + 5. Store size: 1,200 sq. ft. Latino neighborhood. Plenty of parking.   Posting #: 266567   Posted by: Peter Shaw.
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Modern ice cream shop in the valley located next to a busy latino super market. Currently serving delicious pop bars, ice cream made inhouse and mangonadas. Huge profit margin. Great for owner-operator. Current owner is spending too much on payroll. Ran by current owner since 2018, retiring now.   Posting #: 266552   Posted by: Jack Oh.
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Boba cafe for sale in Long Beach, Los Angeles. Owned by current owner since 2018 and selling to focus on other business. Located in a busy neighborhood with plenty of parking. Densely populated neighborhood. Great visibility from the street. Short hours. Currently serving boba tea and sandwiches.   Posting #: 266561   Posted by: Jack Oh.
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Located in a densely populated neighborhood. Low rent at $1,800 per month. 3,400 sf. Good extra income from lottery and rental from the apartment. Monthly gross: $35,000. Rent is only $1,800/mo. Net income: $8,500/month. Note: located in a densely populated neighborhood. Low rent.   Posting #: 266229   Posted by: Jack Oh.
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Owner absentee run. Hawaiian BBQ Restaurant. Business establish since 2007. Store size 1,100 sq. ft. Rent $6,057/month. Lease term 2+5. Monthly gross $70,000. Monthly net $12,000. Very stable and rewarding business. Even greater profit potential if owner run.   Posting #: 236077   Posted by: Peter Shaw.
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Same owner operated since 2013. Has beer and wine license. Can convert to another concept. Asset sale. Monthly rent: $4,350 included NNN. Lease terms: negotiable with ll. Store size: 1,100 sf. Open hours: 11am- 8pm mon- sat. Closed sun. Seating capacity: 30. Employees: 3 ft. Wage: $6,400/month.   Posting #: 266410   Posted by: Peter Shaw.
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Rarely on the market, high volume lottery store in westminster. Lottery income alone is around $14,000/mo. Owner has a high paying full time job and cannot dedicate to running this business. Part time owner. Cash cow for lucky buyer. Monthly gross: $47,500. Lottery income: $14,000/month.   Posting #: 266084   Posted by: Jack Oh.
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