Last Revised: 9/13/19. Posting #: 251288
Key Words: boba, tea, boba tea, fast food, folsom, sacramento
Financial Info: Price: $125,000. Down: Call. Adjusted Net: $50,000. Annual Revenues: $250,000. The Total Rent is approximately $3,054 per month. Lease is thru 2021 + 5 year option.
Profile: New Asking Price, now $125K!
We are pleased to offer this popular Boba Tea Shop in a great Folsom area location.
This could be a great turn-key opportunity for a working owner or family business.
This is a nice shop with plenty of comfortable seating areas, and Instagram worthy backdrops and lighting that appeal to today's bubble tea fans.
The shop occupies a space that is approx 1,240 sq. ft. with seating for about 30. The Total Rent is approximately $3,054 per month. This favorable lease goes through 2021 and there is one 5-year option with scheduled rent.
The kitchen is set up with a good sized a deli style kitchen which includes a Type 1 Hood, a prep area, drink machines, and all the equipment you need to produce a simple fresh drink and snacks focused menu. The menu does not require complex cooking skills which makes the production easy to handle.
The business is profitable for a full-time working owner with 2018 Sales: $250K and Net approximately $50K.
This would make a great business for a first-time buyer with some coffee or food industry experience, or a great business for a working owner who prefers a simple menu that doesn't require complex cooking.
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