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Allen Lee, Business Broker: LA, Orange Counties


Contact: Allen Lee, Business Broker: LA, Orange Counties

Company: Win Investments

Phones: 213-248-1913 , 213-480-1500

Business broker services throughout LA and Orange Counties.

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Easy to operate. Good location. Good lease terms. Recently remodeled. 8 bays. Major street location. Revenues steadily growing every year. Possible seller's financing. Please come to office for additional information. Address will not be provided over the phone or email. Principals only please.   Posting #: 259315   Posted by: Allen Lee.
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Well established business. Steady clientele. Nice and safe location. Good cash flow. Steady business. SBA financing OK. Car washing and oil change business with some light mechanic work. Property is included in the purchase price. Nice signalized corner location. Long time owner wants to move on.   Posting #: 265494   Posted by: Allen Lee.
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Coin car wash with property. 5 bays ( 4 coin and 1 machine ). Long established. Corner location. Big lot. Growing area. All help run. Please come to office for additional information. Address will not be provided over the phone or email. Principals only please.   Posting #: 252245   Posted by: Allen Lee.
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Newer car wash business for sale. Top of line equipment. Long lease. Lots of potential. It needs an owner operator. Come to office for additional information. Location will not be disclosed over the phone or email. Principals only please.   Posting #: 228041   Posted by: Allen Lee.
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Well established business. Car washing with detail and mechanic services. Big property on a major street. Owner had it for a long time and wants to retire. Please come to our office for additional information. Address will not be given over the phone or email. Principals only please.   Posting #: 236209   Posted by: Allen Lee.
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Full service hand car wash with oil change. Long established business. Nice corner location. Current ownership for 15 years. Good lease. Lots of potential. Owner has other businesses and does not have time to operate it properly. Looking for a hands on management type ownership.   Posting #: 262935   Posted by: Allen Lee.
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