Description About This Posting: Franchise Liquor Store - High Volume
Semi-Absentee run High Volume Liquor Store Franchise for sale. Store is located on a very busy street and close to freeway. Current owner travels a lot and only works 20 - 25 hours per week when in town.
Seller Claims: Sales $165,000/month, Franchise pays all the expenses except payroll. Net income to owner operator is $180,000/year. Franchise transfer fee of $85,000 and inventory deposit of $50,000 is not included in the purchase price.
Buyer must have 430,000 cash to purchase this business. No SBA loan possible, cash deal only.
Please complete and return attached confidentiality agreement and questionnaire to get address and more details.
Disclaimer: The buyer is encouraged to take necessary steps to conduct due diligence before committing to the transaction. This information has been provided by the seller of the business and has not been verified by the listing agent/broker. This information is subject to errors and omissions in price, projections, opinions, assumptions, future estimates, and other conditions such as lease or financing, or changes or withdrawal without notice. Potential clients/buyers are advised to seek professional help from their accountants and attorneys before purchasing or investing in a business/property.
To get more information about this Franchise Liquor Store - High Volume business for sale in
San Leandro, Alameda County please phone Prabhjot Randhawa (Intermediary - BRE License #:01355674) at 209-815-3842 - if you get
voicemail please leave a detailed message - make sure you mention you
saw this posting/ad #235783 on BizBen.com. In addition to phoning
Prabhjot Randhawa, make sure you email Prabhjot Randhawa above to get more info about this
Franchise Liquor Store - High Volume, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale, franchise, or opportunity. Thank you.
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