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Jeffrey Ota, Business Broker: SF Bay Area, Sacramento


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Coin Laundry as Absentee Owner's Run in Mountain View. Monthly Estimated Gross: 19,000. Monthly Estimated Cash Flow: 8,000. Monthly Estimated Additional Income: 2,000. Rent@3,600/m. Lease until August 2030. 1,500sf. 7 Days Open from 6am to 10pm. Attendant from 7:30am to 7:30pm. Establishment in 18yr   Posting #: 267284   Posted by: Jeffrey Ota.
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Card Operated Laundry For Sale in Mission, SF as absentee owner's run. Monthly Estimated Gross: 9,400 and Monthly Estimated Cash Flow: 2,500. Rent: 3,157/m, Lease until 11/1/2022 Plus 5 yrs Option. 1,100 sf. 7 Days Open from 6am - 10pm. Established Business in 20 years.   Posting #: 267208   Posted by: Jeffrey Ota.
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Coin Laundry as Absentee Owner's Run For Sale in Daly City. Monthly Estimated Gross: 27,000, Monthly Estimated Cash Flow: 10,000. Rent: 7,141/m, Lease until 2026. New Lease: Negotiable. 5,000sf. 7 Days from 4am to 1am. Located in a big shopping center. Established Business: 37 years with same Owner.   Posting #: 264683   Posted by: Jeffrey Ota.
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Simple Coin Laundry For Sale in Campbell. Monthly Estimated Gross: 4,000, Monthly Estimated Cash Flow: 2,500. Rent: 1,385/m. 1,000 sf. Lease: Month-To-Month (New Lease is negotiable)7 Days Open from 6am to 9pm - The Door Opens Itself every in the morning. Established business in 11 yrs.   Posting #: 267014   Posted by: Jeffrey Ota.
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Simple Coin Laundry as Absentee's Run. Located in Beach City in San Mateo County. Annual Estimated Revenues: 128,954.72. Rent: 5,000/m including Sewer & NNN. Lease until 2027. Established Business in 28 years. 7 Days: 6 am to 9:30 pm. 1,035 sf. Annual Estimated Revenues: 128,954.72 in 2020.   Posting #: 266811   Posted by: Jeffrey Ota.
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Coin Laundry as Absentee Owner's Run For Sale in Oakland. Annual Estimated Gross: 274,200. Rent: 5,186.10/m. 2,200 sf. Lease until 2031 plus 5 yrs option. 7 days 6:30am to 10pm. 2-Shift-Attendant from open to close. Payroll: 8,754/m. Great Location in Oakland!!   Posting #: 266563   Posted by: Jeffrey Ota.
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Coin operated laundry. Absentee owner. Monthly estimated gross @11,419, Monthly estimated cash flow @1,712. Rent @4,100. Lease until 12/31/2021. Lease extension is negotiable. 1,210 sf. A janitor comes to clean the premises up every day.   Posting #: 263623   Posted by: Jeffrey Ota.
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Simple Coin Laundry as Absentee Owner's Run on Major Street in SF Richmond District. Monthly Estimated Gross @7,000. Rent at 2,900/m. Lease Until June 2021. New Rent Might be $2,500. 2,200 sf. 7 days open 6:30am to 10pm. A Janitor to open and close the front door. The Same Owner has been in 30 yrs.   Posting #: 266237   Posted by: Jeffrey Ota.
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Restaurant is located on Kearny Street in SF Financial District. Fully Equipped Type 1 Hood. Heavy Foot Traffic. Good Visibility. Great Opportunity for Any Menu or Concept. Space: 2,000 sq. ft. Very Potential Location. Can seat 49 people. Ran by the same last owner for 19 years.   Posting #: 239629   Posted by: Jeffrey Ota.
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Simple Coin Laundry For Sale in Oakland, East Bay. Located in Shopping Center with Parking Lot. 3,500 sf. Monthly rent $2,500. Lease expires in 2024 + negotiable option. Open s7 days. Established for over 30 years. Selling to focus on other investment.   Posting #: 254429   Posted by: Jeffrey Ota.
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