Financials Asking: 139,000 Included In The Asking Price: Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment: 55,000 Inventory: 5000 Gross: 115,000 Cash Flow: 45,000 Summary Description This Company Manufactures Tiny, Efficient, Comfortable, Airfoil-Shaped Trailers That Were The Rage In The 1940s And 50s. Attributes: Home Based, Training & Support
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Contact: Ken Oppeltz, CBI, CBB, MAMI: 858-716-0484 X701
Status: Active Posting #: 257816 Refreshed: 12/21/2021
We are working with a company that is looking for acquisitions in the textile industry. They are interested in anything fabric related, including things like zippers, buttons, fabrics, etc. Industrial-oriented products preferred. The company is funded and very experienced in the textile industry.
This 20-year-old Southern California global manufacturer designs builds, and produces high-performance after-market auto parts and accessories that are recognized for value and dependability. Parts and assemblies are readily available on an in-stock basis. The company markets products through the
Attributes: Broker-Broker Coop, For Sale By Owner, Training And Support
2 High Revenue Cannabis Retail Dispensaries. Financials will be available to be reviewed in due diligence contingency. Both dispensaries are operated and majority owned by a high profile MSO with significant daily sales at both locations. Both interests can be sold or they can be sold individually.
Attributes: For Sale By Owner, Semi Absentee Run, Absentee Run, Training And Support, Owner Financing
The company is a full service contract manufacturer and packager of dietary supplements, functional foods, vitamins, minerals and herbal products and established 27 years ago. We do private labeling and custom manufacturing for high quality customers. The company is FDA approved since 1995. Asking price US$ 6 million or best offer... owner may consider lease option to buy with a down payment of $3.5 million. If you have a questions, please send it to the owner in this posting.
Attributes: Broker-Broker Coop, For Sale By Owner, Training And Support
Vietnamese Restaurant for Sale in High Desert (San Bernardino County, California). Open 6 days/ week, with no online order. Great potential to increase sales by open 7days and add online order. With beer license. Very good opportunity for family run business. Lease 8 yrs + two 5 yr options.
Attributes: Home Based, Semi Absentee Run, Training And Support
Home based. 8 well-established and highly profitable FedEx Ground routes. Routes are contiguous making load sharing efficient. Each route comes with an experienced driver already in place. Truck fleet included. Home based. Contractually protected service areas.
Attributes: SBA Loan Pre-Qualified, Training And Support
Mexican restaurant with meat market for sale in Hesperia, CA. Owner since 2014. Very profitable business. Has good financial records. Reason for selling: owners wants to retire. Note: same owner since 2014. 65% business from restaurant 35% from market. Restaurant gross profit margin 75%, meat market Monthly gross: $125,000. Monthly net:$23,000. Rent: $4,000/mo.
Attributes: Broker-Broker Coop, Training And Support
Low rent only $1700/mo.! Semi-absentee run! High volume! No lotto! Contact business broker for more information regarding this beer & wine market for sale located in San Bernardino county area of southern california. The market is located in a densely populated residential neighborhood. Asking price: $399,000. Down payment: $225,000. They have a great long-term lease with a very low rent.
Attributes: Broker-Broker Coop, SBA Loan Pre-Qualified, Training And Support
Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Company. Highly Profitable - High Net - Low Rent. Medial-Transport Vehicles are Included in Purchase Price. Gross Revenues F.Y. 2021: $1,518,000. NET/SDE F.Y. 2021: $675,374.
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