For Sale: Liquor Store - Semi Absentee Run - San Mateo
This liquor store is in very busy street in middle of the city. Professionally organized and operated. It is one man operation and open 9 am to 10 pm. . Rent $ 8500. Asking price $775,000. Attributes: Training & Support
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Status: Active Posting #: 273398 Refreshed: 6/26/2022
Asking Price: $160,000
Down Payment: All Cash
Annual SDC: Call / Email
Annual Gross: $708,000
Attributes: Training And Support
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Attributes: With Real Estate, Training And Support
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Attributes: Broker-Broker Coop, Semi Absentee Run, Training And Support
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Attributes: Real Estate Available, With Real Estate, Training And Support
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