Last Revised: 9/18/19. Posting #: 256340
Key Words: auto repair, franchise, brakes, tire, oil change, tulare
Financial Info: Price: $400,000+ $25,000 Inv. Down: Call. Adjusted Net: $212,000. Annual Revenues: $853,500. Long term lease. Pre-qualified for 90% Bank/SBA financing for 10 years. Sales have averaged $902,500 over the past three years.
Profile: Never before has there been a better time to be your own boss in the multi-billion dollar automotive service industry. This well-established eight-bay auto center is a nationally recognized brand and one of the world's largest providers of automotive service, offering total car care including brakes, oil changes, exhaust, scheduled maintenance, tires, steering and suspension services. Sales have averaged $902,500 over the past three years, with average Cash Flow of $245,000, affording an Owner/Operator a lucrative salary after financing payments. Highly profitable turnkey operations already have the equipment, inventory and well trained employees in place.
Located at a major intersection in a desirable area of Tulare County, CA, this Business offers a buyer a unique opportunity to control your own destiny and realize your dreams of owning a respected business in the community. The prime retail location has excellent visibility and proximity to nearby Highway 99. The national franchise benefits from a high brand awareness, exceptional advertising and 60+ years of experience in providing training and support systems to franchisees that are geared towards business success.
Auto repair center is a nationally recognized brand and one of the largest providers of auto service, offering total car care including brakes, oil changes, exhaust, scheduled maintenance, tires, alignment, steering and suspension services. Extensively equipped, eight-bay (seven lifts) prototype building (6,200 square feet) with attractive customer waiting area, plenty of storage space, and large parking area.
Classroom and on-line training is provided by Franchisor per the FDD. Additional two weeks of training at 30 hours per week and several months of telephone consulting would be provided by Seller. Franchisees benefit from complete training and marketing support and a franchise leadership team committed to long-term franchisee growth. Prior automotive background is not required.
The Asking Price for this highly profitable Business is $400,000, plus $25,000 in inventory. The Business is pre-qualified for 90% Bank/SBA financing for 10 years.
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