Last Revised: 11/5/19. Posting #: 254940
Key Words: gas station, chevron, branded, franchise, mart, convenience, sacramento, absentee
Financial Info: Price: $750,000. Down: $750,000. Adjusted Net: Call. Annual Revenues: Call. The owner will sell for $750,000 and lease the property back to you at $9,500/month with 10 year, 5 year, 5 year.
$2,400,000 will buy everything. Owner will carry for the right buyer with $800,000 cash down.
Profile: Chevron is the hottest brand going. They don't become available often. This chevron has just completed a total remodel. It's sparkling like a diamond in the sunshine. Mostly absentee run but the owner is divesting some of his investments and this is your opportunity to grab it and run with it. It has only recently reopened, and the owner says they just hit 42,000 gallons @ .65 cents per gallon and he projects going to 75,000 gallons once they are back up to full steam. The store sold $60,000 @ 40% and it should grow to $100K+. It is in the foothills of Sacramento, where it has no competition close by. Fast food would be fabulous to add here and with 1 acre you could add a car wash, propane, EBT, etc.
The owner will sell for $750,000 and lease the property back to you at $9,500/month with 10 year, 5 year, 5 year.
$2,400,000 will buy everything. Owner will carry for the right buyer with $800,000 cash down. No bank financing needed if you are strong financially. The owner is flexible, does not want to run a gas station, all offers considered.
Lots of ways to go on this deal so don't wait around on this one.
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