Description About This Posting: Full Service Dog Grooming Shop
This is a profitable, highly-respected dog grooming and daycare service in business for six years, with loyal customers and a great reputation. They offer full-service dog grooming, 'self-service' wash facilities, daycare, teeth cleaning, and transportation. It is located in a custom-configured, convenient and accessible strip mall retail space, in San Mateo County, in the affluent Silicon Valley of California.
No prior grooming experience necessary - semi-absentee ownership.
The business generates seller's discretionary earnings ('SDE') approaching $100,000 per year for the owner-operator, with potential for much more by expanding hours of operation, adding to staff, and increasing marketing. There is also potential to add overnight care.
Sales exceed $400,000 per year.
The Transaction: The business is offered for total price of $189,900 (approximately 2x SDE). This is for the entire business tangible assets: equipment, fixtures, etc.; website, trademark, logo, trade name, telephone number, methods of operation, vendor/supplier resources, customer lists, etc.; and good will. It does not include cash, accounts payable, or accounts receivable. Retail 'for-sale' inventory (approx. $4,000) is extra at actual cost.
Note: All data for this business is provided by the Seller for information purposes only, and no representations are made by the Broker as to accuracy. The Broker has made no independent verification of the data contained herein. The Broker represents the Seller and does not represent the Buyer. The Buyer is advised to perform independent due diligence and seek the advice of professionals prior to purchasing the Business.
To get more information about this Full Service Dog Grooming Shop business for sale in
San Mateo County please phone Tim Cunha (Intermediary, Broker - BRE License #:01919755) at 650-600-3751 and 844-237-6487 - if you get
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