Description About This Posting: Full Service Hand Car Wash
Hands on car wash, with 110 foot tunnel. Building + car wash 4,000-4,200 sq.ft. Profit with low expenses, $23.50 per car average. Seller says There is average 50 - 55 cars per day, average $35,250 per month. Inside store Monthly sales $4,000. Lease is until 2025. Remaining years 12. Seller does absolutely no promotions, no coupons, no morning specials, no Monday, Tuesday specials, either!
Landlord will give more lease extension as necessary.
Monthly gross income: $35,250.00 plus $1,600.00 equals $36,850.00
Property tax $335.00 (year $4,000.00)
Wages $5,500.00 per month
Work man comp. $375.00
Insurance $225.00 (includes liability)
Debt service $5,775.00
Monthly expenses: $18,287.00
Gross monthly income: $36,850.00
Monthly expenses: $18,287.00
Approximate net monthly income $18,563.00
He, and his family have been in the Carwash business for 20 years!
Massage seats that now brings in approx. $300.00 per month.
Monthly net income was approx 30k to 35k.
He has the proof of income since he's owned the car wash.
(approx.6 to 7 years plus)
To get more information about this Full Service Hand Car Wash business for sale in
San Bernardino County please phone David Duran (Broker - BRE License #:00451678) at 626-230-7777 and 626-230-7777 - if you get
voicemail please leave a detailed message - make sure you mention you
saw this posting/ad #231449 on BizBen.com. In addition to phoning
David Duran, make sure you email David Duran above to get more info about this
Full Service Hand Car Wash, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale, franchise, or opportunity. Thank you.
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