Description About This Posting: Franchise Window Covering Company
This business makes really good money and it is not that hard to do.
This is a truly turnkey opportunity. Business is well-established and ready to hand over to a new, excited owner. Become your own boss and an expert on custom window shades, shutters, blinds, motorized blinds and more! The seller is retiring and says someone with handy man and/or marketing experience could take this business to the next level. Seller Training included in the sale Franchisor training available. Client data base included with over 10,000+ customer list. Exclusivity to majority of Santa Cruz zip codes to Davenport, over to Los Gatos and more! Franchise transfer fee only $5K but franchisor also requires paid 2 week training course. If you don't currently have the required license we can assist you with this transition period and make it work for you.
10-20% down may work with SBA financing. Ask Broker.
$379K 2019 Gross Sales .
*$365K 2018 Gross Sales
*$124K Sellers Discretionary Earnings Annually
*5000-10,000 Client list
*Exclusivity to the most sought-after zip codes with more areas possibly opening up soon!
*Relocatable (currently home-based business)
*Potential for growth in current zip code areas
*C-61/D-52 Contractors license to be obtained by new buyer (seller to assist with this process)
*Rated A+ by happy-satisfied customers
*2005 GMC van included
*Seller will look at all offers!
To get more information about this Franchise Window Covering Company business for sale in
Santa Cruz County please phone Rex Walters, CBB (Broker - BRE License #:01841628) at 831-239-2080 and 831-685-8866 - if you get
voicemail please leave a detailed message - make sure you mention you
saw this posting/ad #258011 on BizBen.com. In addition to phoning
Rex Walters, CBB, make sure you email Rex Walters, CBB above to get more info about this
Franchise Window Covering Company, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale. Thank you.
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