Description About This Posting: Dry Cleaners Plant - Well Established
Established 30 years good income and excellent review Dry cleaners for sale in San Francisco. Owner owned 11 years and retire now for owner's personal reason. Owner works semi-full time and good income, prime location, Strong loyalty customers. Lots of apartment residences and commercial within the area.
Environmental friendly Green earth machine.
Size 1350 sqft / lease expires 2022 / Lease $5800 all include / New lease available
Water : $700 monthly /Garbage : $300 monthly /PGNE $1100 per month avegare / no whole sale income/ owned 11 years
Winner of best quality awarded to cleaners.
No soil inspection issue.
New boiler. Good lease.
SBA loan is available with 30% cash down. All equipment included.
High Net cash sales yearly with No wholesales income.
Gross sale $35,000 per month average/ Net $15,000 per month average
NDA Required for more information.
Please complete the non disclosure agreement(NDA)' and will send you the name and address with the financial information, lease & the full list of equipment included with the purchase.
To get more information about this Dry Cleaners Plant - Well Established business for sale in
San Francisco County please phone Lucia Yoon (Intermediary, Agent - BRE License #:01901890) at 415-407-0016 - if you get
voicemail please leave a detailed message - make sure you mention you
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Lucia Yoon, make sure you email Lucia Yoon above to get more info about this
Dry Cleaners Plant - Well Established, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale, franchise, or opportunity. Thank you.
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