Description About This Posting: Indian Grocery Store - Very Low Rent
This business is located near nationally recognized anchor tenants and franchises in a good location with plenty of parking. Very low rent at $2,200/month total, the building size is approximately 1,600 sq. ft., and small section of the market is sub leased for $300 per month with month to month rent for costume jewelry seller and eyebrow services which brings more customers.
If you are looking for an authentic Indian/Pakistani market or grocery store, look no further. This business is priced right and expected to sell quickly. If you ever were excited about looking at a business to buy, this is one to get excited about!
This business has plenty of room for growth, it also has a lot of potential by converting; see below for conversion ideas and the Buyer will benefit significantly. Here are some conversion ideas (Buyer to verify with the City, Landlord, governmental agencies, for example Health Department):
* Possibility to add a Deli Restaurant with catering services
* Add a bakery
* Add produce etc.
This business will be sold as an asset sale, no books and records will be provided by the Seller.
This is a sale of assets in place. Price includes business, lease, location, covenant not to compete, training and all the FF&E.
This business is being sold as a Sale of Assets in Place with limited or no books and records. Any figures above or in the package are as per the Seller and Broker has not verified. Buyer to complete their own investigation of any available books and records during Buyer's due diligence period and prior to opening escrow.
Please note this is a confidential matter and no additional information will be provided until a Confidentiality Agreement and background information has been submitted.
To get more information about this Indian Grocery Store - Very Low Rent business for sale in
West San Fernando Valley please phone Vic Kharadjian (Broker - BRE License #:01425129) at 818-571-5628 and 818-999-1146 - if you get
voicemail please leave a detailed message - make sure you mention you
saw this posting/ad #236711 on BizBen.com. In addition to phoning
Vic Kharadjian, make sure you email Vic Kharadjian above to get more info about this
Indian Grocery Store - Very Low Rent, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale, franchise, or opportunity. Thank you.
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