A profitable Chicken fast food restaurant is in a visible location of Near by city of Pico Rivera and Montebello with ample parking. It established a good reputation for great food and has a good clientele. It is easy to earn a consistent profit form steady sales revenues. Reasonable rent Posting #: 269563 Posted by: Max Shin.
Well established Cosmetic Shop over 30 years in the Garden Grove area. This is an incredible opportunity to take over this well established business and take it to the next level. Also this is a solidly profitable business with lots of loyal customers. 100% Help-Run Business. Perfect family business Posting #: 269564 Posted by: Max Shin.
Hamburger Restaurant with Drive Thru in Baldwin Pak. And 17 years with current owner. Gross Sale $50,000 - $55,000. Rent $7,300. Lease: Current owner had 20 years long term lease and now remained 2 years and 10 months. Size: 2600 sq. ft. Freestanding with ample parking space. Net income: $8,000. Posting #: 268705 Posted by: Max Shin.
Franchise Teriyaki restaurant. You can purchase business only but if you purchase the property, you need 10% down with SBA loan if you are applicable with your credit and experience. Also Franchise agreement remained 6years only, so you can have an opportunity after expired franchise ship. Posting #: 268707 Posted by: Max Shin.
Beautiful Location. Low Rate of Rent. High volume of monthly sales. Monthly average sales : $120,000-$130,000.- Net Income Monthly: Around $35,000. The business also has a beer and wine license. It is located on a major street with great visibility and easy access. Posting #: 268706 Posted by: Max Shin.
5 days Sandwich shop for sale in Cypress, Orange County. Hot food with hood and grill. Monthly rent $2,771 includes CAM. Gross Monthly average $30,000 Monthly Net $10,000. Short business hours and good income.
Posting #: 260635 Posted by: Max Shin.
Good kitchen facilities with walk-in cooler and walk-in refrigerator. Next to Starbucks. Surrounded by residential and offices. In big shopping center. Average monthly sales: $65,000. 1,800 sf. Monthly rent $4,260. Monthly net income $25,000. Open: 6days Mon-Sat 11AM-9PM.
Posting #: 267281 Posted by: Max Shin.
It is located on a major street with heavy traffic and is easily accessible, with an ample parking lot. The surrounding area mainly consists of apartments, offices and college, and a variety of other businesses. Before Pandemic gross sales was around $50,000 + with catering. No hood & grill. Posting #: 266574 Posted by: Max Shin.
Teriyaki Restaurant. Shopping center is prime location in city of Buena Park. One owner works 4 hours with only 3or4 days a week. Current monthly sales around $50,000. Good Location and Good kitchen facilities. Posting #: 265219 Posted by: Max Shin.
Unique restaurant located in one of the top-growth in city of Riverside. Near Riverside College. Very profitable Business. Price: $359,000. Size: 980 sq. ft. Rent: $5,500 including CAM. Open: 7 days. Monthly Average: $68,000. Net Income: $20,000 + - Posting #: 253833 Posted by: Max Shin.
Fast Food Teriyaki Restaurant Flame Broiler franchise serves their signature chicken, beef, and rice bowls. Located in San Bernardino County. Good Books and Records. Semi-Absentee Owner! Average Sales:$62,000. Net income : $9,000-$10,000. Good location, good income, good price. Posting #: 268030 Posted by: Max Shin.
Successfully running Juice and Smoothie Shop for the last 20 years. Loyal Local Customers. The location city is near by Cerritos, Cypress area. Desirable location in the big neighborhood center with lots of foot traffic from high school students within walking distance. Good for the owner operator. Posting #: 268028 Posted by: Max Shin.
It is surrounded by residential housing, which will provide a constant flow of foot traffic. Equipment include: 12-door walk-in cooler. Liquor, Tobacco, and EBT Food Stamp. Gross sales: 2021 January to May up to date sales from $60,000 to 68,000. The road construction was over one year. Posting #: 267114 Posted by: Max Shin.
Open: 5 days 9:30 am - 2 pm. Short hours. You can see a lot of potential to increase the monthly sales with delivery. Corona sales around $35,000. Net income: $8,000-9,000. Rentable space : 1,300 sq. ft. Posting #: 267149 Posted by: Max Shin.
Huge dropped the Price. First floor in Hi-Rise building. Surrounded by many corporate offices, medical office and a lot of shopping centers across the street. One owner + 6 part time helpers.
Posting #: 256152 Posted by: Max Shin.
This is a Great Opportunity. Before Pandemic monthly sales was around $100,000 and now $75,000 - $80,000 for month. Best location. The business was closed 3 months during Corona 19. Posting #: 265220 Posted by: Max Shin.
This is one of the Best Location in Huntington Beach. Price: $289,000. Monthly: $60,000. This is Not all you can eat. Individual Menu. Open: 7 days - 11:30am - 2:30pm, 5pm - 10pm. Net Income: $10,000 +. Lease: 3+5. Size : Around 1980 sq. ft. Rent: $5,500 include CAM. Posting #: 257238 Posted by: Max Shin.
Japanese Restaurant for sale in San Diego. One woman owner managed business. Price: $439,000. Mo: $90,000. Rent: $8,300 including CAM. Size : 2,560 sq. ft. Lease: 3+5. Open: 7 days, 11:30am - 10pm. ABC license. Payroll: $21,000. Net: $18,000. Eligible for SBA Loan. Posting #: 260636 Posted by: Max Shin.
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