Liquor Store Business For Sale In The City Of Carson City, Rush…. Rush…… Rush……. For A Great Opportunity! Fed Up With Job Market, Looking For Passive And Stable Income, Then This Is An Ideal Business For Excellent Great Cash Flow. Attributes: Home Based, Training & Support
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Absentee run. Upscale neighborhood. Store is located next to multi-million dollar homes. Around 50% of the sale comes from selling wine. Landlord pays the electric bill. Monthly gross: $65,000. 50% of the business comes from wine. High end customers.
Liquor store business opportunity, business established over 70 years. Liquor store business opportunity for sale in Santa Clara county. Business doing currently $50,000 per month average sales. Rent is $4560 per month, plus NNN $500 long. Asking price $248,000 plus inventory.
This established liquor store is in the heart of the well populated City, Located in a very busy strip mall, and walking distance to both another shopping mall and a huge Marketplace. Very close proximity to many eateries and shopping/entertainment places.
Business does very well; per seller, business grosses roughly $70k-$75K in monthly sales Per seller, 13 years left on the lease; 3 years left on current term plus two 5-year options. Base rent is $4,500/month; NNN $6,000/month per seller. Price does not include Inventory.
Don't let the size of this store fool you. This store has high potential if adds LOTTO, EBT, AND Extended hours (currently open from 9 am to 10 pm / 12 at weekend). Tired Korean owners wish to rest for a while. Very reasonable rent. The estimated inventory is about $50,000..
For sale by owner a complete Turn Key Beer and Wine Market in Santa Ana average monthly sales 52K. 15 years Long Lease 1900 sqft With only 3k fixed rent. Owner family operator with net of more than 180k annually, Tremendous Potential To grow sales, current hours of operation are easy,
Attributes: With Real Estate, Training And Support
Great prime corner location in San Francisco. Very high volume liquor store with $1,800,000 annual sale. High margin store. Property is three story with two apartments currently leased. Store size is over 2400 sq. ft. Owner wants to retire. A new project is going to be build across the street
Asking Price - $375K + Inventory. Family has owned this Liquor Store for many years. Sales $65K/mo. with a Net Profit - $12.5K/month. or $150,000/Yr. as owner operated business. Rent $6,700/mo. for 1,575 Sq.Ft. Complete business information to be provided after a signed NDA.
Attributes: Broker-Broker Coop, Training And Support
Long time family owned liquor and grocery store. Full spirits packaged liquor license. Very busy location. Close to Muni stop, restaurants, shopping, and more! Price includes inventory. Very busy location and well-known store. Loads of potential to change. Price includes inventory.
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