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Sinclair Kim, Business Broker: Los Angeles, Orange Counties


Contact: Sinclair Kim, Business Broker: Los Angeles, Orange Counties

Company: Credent Real Estate

Phones: 714-926-1556 Cell , 714-809-3009 Office



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Store size: 900 sf. Business hours: 11am ~ 8pm (7 days open). Asking price: $120,000. No. of Employee: F 3, P 3. How long owner work per week: 20~30 hours. Reason for sale: Moving to other state. How long current owner: 6 months.   Posting #: 267657   Posted by: Sinclair Kim.
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This sushi bar is in a very big market. Much foot traffic everyday. If the new owner has experience, it is better. But if you don't have experience, it is no problem. You have to make only easy rolls. No sashimi. Easy to operate and stable income. Must see! No employees, owner works full time.   Posting #: 267135   Posted by: Sinclair Kim.
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This mart is 1, 300 sq. ft. That is not too big and not too small. Easy to operate. Current owner has operated for 9 years and this mart has been operated for 35 years. So this mart has many loyal customers. 10 doors walk-in cooler. So you can sell variety beers. Can sell everything except liquor.   Posting #: 254313   Posted by: Sinclair Kim.
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This is located in big spa building. Much foot traffic everyday. Rent is very reasonable $2500 (included electricity, water, internet, trash, parking). This salon doesn't pay any utilities. Rent $2,500 included all utilities fee. This store has sub lease (nail shop) and sub lease pay $1,000.   Posting #: 248920   Posted by: Sinclair Kim.
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This restaurant is located in big mall town. Much foot traffic everyday. This restaurant has no delivery service. If you add delivery service, sales amount will be increased. Many customers want variety drink. But current owner sell limited drink now. He doesn't know drink.   Posting #: 257708   Posted by: Sinclair Kim.
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Big clothing store. Located at big mall stretch. Well established for the last 15 years. Owner wants to retire after operating 15 years. This store is 12,000 sf. This store has too much inventory. But he want to negotiate inventory price. He want to retire as soon as possible.   Posting #: 248996   Posted by: Sinclair Kim.
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Fully equipped restaurant has an hood system, ice maker, cooler, grill, 2 air conditioning. Max capacity dining is 50. 1,500 sq. ft. Monthly rent $3,150 includes NNN. Lease ends 2020 + a 5 year option. Has an ABC Liquor License. Hours of operation are 10:30 am to 10:00 pm, 6 days a week(monday off).   Posting #: 249017   Posted by: Sinclair Kim.
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This cafeteria is in industrial complex. It is never closed while COIVD-19. You don't have to clean cafeteria. Because factory clean their area and cafeteria. You don't have to pay any utility fee. You need to pay only $300 per month to California dining company. You can add any food to grow.   Posting #: 267087   Posted by: Sinclair Kim.
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Sushi bar in very big big market. Supermarket has wine bar, sushi bar and some other food bar. Much foot traffic everyday. Franchise headquarter charge 25% fee of gross sale. 25% is included all utilities fee(rent, elect fee etc). You don't have to pay any utilities fee.   Posting #: 259266   Posted by: Sinclair Kim.
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It is clean and well organized restaurant. It has all kitchen equipment (Hood, Grease trap etc). You can change any restaurant.Size: 1,000 sf. Hours: 11:30~7:30 (Sunday closed). Asking price: $99,000. How long owner work per week: Full time. Reason for sale: Need to break time. 7 years established.   Posting #: 266974   Posted by: Sinclair Kim.
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Store size: 50sf. Business hours: 10:30am~6:30pm(Sunday closed). No. of Employee: F 1, P 0($2,500). How long owner work per week: 8 hours per week. Gross sale: Asset sale. Rent: $1,040 (included CAM and utility). Lease: New lease need. Net income: Asset sale.   Posting #: 266616   Posted by: Sinclair Kim.
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Renowned Franchise Flame broiler restaurant serving healthy Asian style charbroiled chicken, beef, or tofu with rice and veggies over 180 locations. Franchise is located in a busy plaza with lots of parking. Restaurant size about 1,200 sq. ft. Seating for 35 inside and outside. Rent: $3,300(w/CAM).   Posting #: 261306   Posted by: Sinclair Kim.
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Store size: 4,000 sf. Business hours: 8am~5pm(Mon~Fri) 8am~12pm(Sat), Sunday close. Gross sale: $20,000. Rent: $4,000(CAM include). Lease: New lease need Net income: Asset sale. Asking price: $89,000. No. of Employee: F 2, P0 ($6,500). How long owner work per week: Full time   Posting #: 266246   Posted by: Sinclair Kim.
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This business has been operating for 30 years. So this mart has many loyal customers. This mart has meat dept. But owner give rent meat dept. So if you don't want operate, you don't have to operate. But if you want, you can take over meat dept. It is up to new owner.   Posting #: 261782   Posted by: Sinclair Kim.
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