Last Revised: 9/10/19. Posting #: 256568
Key Words: gas station, convenience, 7 eleven, 7-11, 711, riverside, inland empire
Financial Info: Price: $195,000 includes franchisor transfer fees. Down: $195,000. Adjusted Net: $91,362. Annual Revenues: $997,479 + Gas. Gross Profit Percent: 37.65%. Gas Gallons: 1,259,261. Gas Commissions: $18, 888.94. Seller's Discretionary Earnings (SDE): $91,362.56.
Profile: Great opportunity to enter and become a part of the world's #1 convenience store.
7-Eleven has a solid reputation and infrastructure to build upon and grow the Business. The Current owner has worked hard to build this establishment and its infrastructure and the new owner with the right vision and hands-on approach can take it to the next level. With steady clientele, revenues, great looking 7-Eleven website and social media presence, great customer reviews, the new buyer will save plenty of time and energy and will be able to focus on sales and growth.
Please note, that this very desirable 7-Eleven with Gas Station is located adjacent to Freeway providing subject business with a steady volume of traffic.
Net Sales: $997,479.77
Gross Profit: $375,606.92
Gross Profit Percent: 37.65%
Gas Gallons: 1,259,261
Gas Commissions: $18, 888.94
Net Profit: $79,967.56
Owner Salary: $11,395
Seller's Discretionary Earnings (SDE): $91,362.56
The Business has consistent and provable financials, easy operations, corporate owned real estate, suitable location along with opportunity for expansion and growth. Seller is offering this business for acquisition due to marital discourse resulting in pending dissolution of marriage, making it an attractive opportunity for the incoming new Buyer.
No Rent, easy operation, verifiable books & records and upside potential make this an exceptional acquisition allowing for an incoming buyer to acquire subject business with utmost confidence.
Qualified buyers with verifiable seasoned funds shall require a minimum of $230,000 to successfully consummate this acquisition.
Please note that NDA Must be accompanied by verifiable, six months seasoned "Proof of Funds" for release of any information on this business.
Asking Price of $195,000 includes franchisor transfer fees.
Acquisition of 7-Eleven Franchise is subject to corporate approval of the incoming buyer. All inspection and viewing of 'Back of the House' are by appointment only.
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