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Carter Asefi, Business Broker: SF Bay Area - Franchise Specialist


Contact: Carter Asefi, Business Broker: SF Bay Area - Franchise Specialist

Company: FranBizNetwork

Phones: 925-391-2724

Prior to founding FranBizNetwork, Carter Asefi was an Advisor and top producer at several other business brokerage firms. Carter has successfully closed franchise restaurant transactions ranging from 1 to 40 units for both franchisees and franchisors nationwide.

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About Carter Asefi, Business Broker: SF Bay Area - Franchise Specialist

Prior to founding FranBizNetwork, Carter Asefi was an Advisor and top producer at several other business brokerage firms. Carter has successfully closed franchise restaurant transactions ranging from 1 to 40 units for both franchisees and franchisors nationwide. He has experience with refranchising company-owned units and asset recovery in bankruptcy situations as well.

Carter has owned or managed several small to medium size businesses, including real estate firms, franchised restaurants, gas stations and convenience stores. His experience as a business owner combined with over 15 years in business brokerage have well-equipped him to deal with all of the challenges involved with buying and selling businesses, from negotiating contracts, to navigating financing and franchisor approvals, to securing lease renewals and assignments.

Carter's commitment to outstanding business practices, high level of professionalism, strategic marketing, superior deal execution, creativity and "outside-the-box" solutions, as well as his reputation for honesty and integrity have allowed him to gain the trust and respect of his clients such as Carl’s Jr, Long John Silvers, Wendy's, Wingstop, Little Caesar’s, Papa John's, KFC, Church’s Chicken, Chevron, Shell, as well as franchisees of many other brands and industry colleagues.

About FranBizNetwork:

FranBizNetwork was founded by veteran franchise business brokers Carter Asefi and Emily Burns in order to bring buyers, sellers and franchise professionals together, and to serve as a resource to the franchise business community. With over 20 years in combined brokerage experience, we know that each transaction is different, and are committed to serving the unique needs of our clients. The business brokers working with FranBizNetwork know how to anticipate and avoid potential issues before they become problems, and are pros at keeping transactions on the right track.  Services offered include business valuations, brokerage, refranchising, lender referrals, lease negotiations.

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Three Subway sandwich franchises for sale in San Jose, CA. Subway is the world's #1 QSR chain with over 43,000 restaurants in 110 countries. Franchisor requires sufficient net worth and liquidity, and buyer must live in the area. Can be sold separately. Unit prices are $18.5K, $48.5K, and $65K.   Posting #: 267358   Posted by: Carter Asefi.
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Subway is the world's #1 QSR chain with over 43,000 restaurants in 110 countries. Franchisor requires sufficient net worth and liquidity, and buyer must live in the area. 3 restaurants in San Francisco. Can be sold separately. Unit prices: $75K, $110K, $130K.   Posting #: 267196   Posted by: Carter Asefi.
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Subway is the world's #1 QSR chain with over 43,000 restaurants in 110 countries. Franchisor requires sufficient net worth and liquidity, and buyer must live in the area. Unit Price: $35,500. Unit sales: $338,156. Unit Cash Flow: $10,034. Cash Flow Details: Managed Inventory: $3,500.   Posting #: 267194   Posted by: Carter Asefi.
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Subway is the world's #1 QSR chain with over 43,000 restaurants in 110 countries. Franchisor requires sufficient net worth and liquidity, and buyer must live in the area. Located near Target, CVS, Anytime Fitness, Ross and other are also located in the center. Competitors nearby include Davey Jones   Posting #: 267197   Posted by: Carter Asefi.
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Buyer will be purchasing a restaurant direct from franchisor. Restaurant will be ready to be opened soon after purchase and comes with an existing history within current location. No remodels are required at this time. Price includes initial franchise fee, franchise agreement, POS and all equipment.   Posting #: 266038   Posted by: Carter Asefi.
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Gross Sales $958,267. Managed Cash Flow $97,872. Total Inventory: $6,000. Monthly rent $6,837 includes CAM. Security Deposit $6,600. Lease Expiration 4/4/2025. American fast casual restaurant chain. Chain reached over 100 locations in 20 U.S. states and nine countries.   Posting #: 263877   Posted by: Carter Asefi.
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Prior to founding FranBizNetwork, Carter Asefi was an Advisor and top producer at several other business brokerage firms. Carter has successfully closed franchise restaurant transactions ranging from 1 to 40 units for both franchisees and franchisors nationwide.
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Franchisor requires sufficient net worth and liquidity, and buyer must live in the area. Total Inventory $5,000. Monthly Rent $3,524 includes CAM and Property Taxes. Security Deposit: $3,000. Lease Expiration 2025. Lease Options is one 5 year option. Rent Increases CPI.   Posting #: 258876   Posted by: Carter Asefi.
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Daphne's is a fast casual Mediterranean concept in California. Founded in 1991, Daphne's Greek Cafe was a pioneer of Americanizing Greek food and there are now 12 franchise locations in Southern California. Inventory $40,000. Royalty 2%, no national advertising fee.   Posting #: 265369   Posted by: Carter Asefi.
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