The Store Does About 55K/Mo At 33% Margin. The Rent Is About 4200/Mo Including Nnn And Water/Garbage. The Owner Only Pays For Insurance, Payroll And Pg&e. The Business Hours Are Short And The Location Is The Very Best - Really Upscale. Attributes: Training & Support
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Attributes: Broker-Broker Coop, Absentee Run, Training And Support
Family owned liquor store for sale in Alameda City. The store generate between $45,000-$50,000 a month in sales. There is lottery permit with with $18,000 lottery commission a year. Lease amount is $6000 plus 1/2 property tax and building insurance a year. Tobacco permit is not available Averaging $45,000-$50,000 a month in gross sales
Small Asian Market asset sale in Fremont Downtown. Sale is As-Is. There's 6 door walk-in cooler. Size of the store is 1600 sq. ft and rent is $8200 including NNN and water and garbage. Sale price is including fixtures and furniture and equipment. Lease is remaining 1.5yrs and new lease is available.
Currently the business does 135K/M in sales. In addition to that it makes about 6-7K/M from lotto and ATM income. The rent is only 7,500/M. Hours of operation are 6am to midnight. The current owner takes home 300K/yr. Buyer will need about 600K plus in down payment and great credit to qualify.
Highly popular Liquor Store located under 1 mile from hwy-80 and within 3 miles from UC Berkeley. Located on the signalized intersection, which is a pedestrian-oriented street lined with mainly small shops, restaurants, and services. Extremely high vehicular & foot traffic area with potential.
Attributes: Broker-Broker Coop, Training And Support
Franchised gas station/ convenience store. Easy operation. Computerized operation. Training and support is available. Owner operated. Do not disturb employees and customers. Thriving gas station/ convenience store with liquor and cigarette license in a corner location. Gross sale ranges from $1000000 to $1500000 a year from merchandise and gas
Liquor store business opportunity for Sale in Alameda County. Family has owned this Liquor Store for over 13 years. Asking price: - $255,000. Inventory: - Not included in the asking price. Reason for Sale: Other Business Interests. Lotto/Lottery Income: - $1,600/mo. ATM Income: - $300/mo.
Money Making Liquor store in the heart of Fremont is for sale. There is tremendous opportunity for an active owner operator to improve business. Monthly Sale ~ 65k. Rent = 6100/month included NNN. Net Annual Income ~ 120k. Call broker for details.
Attributes: Broker-Broker Coop, SBA Loan Pre-Qualified, Training And Support
Established in 1993, this Liquor & Grocery store is a family-owned business located in central Fremont. Top-rated store with very high foot traffic. Easy ingress and egress with a wide-open parking lot. ~$65,000/Month plus $53k/yr commission income. A complete list of equipment is available. ~$65,000/Month plus $53k/yr commission income. Rent: $6,556/month including CAM.Lease Term: Current term expiring Sept. 29, 2028. Additional lease option possible for eligible buyer.
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.
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