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Larry Larsen: Laundry Consulting, Brokerage, Insurance


Contact: Larry Larsen: Laundry Consulting, Brokerage, Insurance

Company: Laundromat123

Phones: 714-630-9274 , 714-630-Wash

40+ years of experience in the sales, ownership, management, and construction of laundries. He is a licensed broker active in the sale of laundries, licensed insurance agent specializing in laundry insurance, remodeling, new equipment. Larry Larsen - phone me direct at 714-630-9274 or 714-630-Wash.

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About Larry Larsen: Laundry Consulting, Brokerage, Insurance

I have over forty years of experience in the sales, ownership, management, and construction of coin laundries.

He is a licensed broker active in the sale of coin laundries, a licensed insurance agent specializing in coin laundry insurance, and the Managing Member of Laundromat123 LLC, a company involved in the development of new Laundromats, direct factory distribution of coin-operated washers, dryers, allied equipment, and the remodeling of coin laundries.

He has been a college instructor in business and a guest lecturer of the Coin Laundry Association.

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40+ years of experience in the sales, ownership, management, and construction of laundries. He is a licensed broker active in the sale of laundries, licensed insurance agent specializing in laundry insurance, remodeling, new equipment. Larry Larsen - phone me direct at 714-630-9274 or 714-630-Wash.
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Laundry Broker and Consultant Larry Larsen discusses laundromat due diligence when buying a laundry. He draws on his years as a laundry owner, buyer, and now long time Southern California laundromat broker and consultant. He covers phrases he would review and include in a purchase agreement. Contributor: Larry Larsen
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Laundry for sale in Paramount, LA County, CA. Drive by the location and see for yourself. Request additional info if you've viewed the location. Beautiful building with all new fixtures and tenant improvements. This store has just been completed and is not open, so call for a showing if desired.   Posting #: 267804   Posted by: Larry Larsen.
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Giant Laundromat is in a great location. 3,150 sf. Monthly rent $10,000. Utilities $9,400. Insurance $250. Repair parts $300. Repair labor $400. Cleaning labor $2,800. Please drive by and look. Laundromat with a history of high income. Improve with store management, equipment and a new owner.   Posting #: 231898   Posted by: Larry Larsen.
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