Last Revised: 9/25/19. Posting #: 257062
Key Words: convenience, contra costa, absentee
Financial Info: Price: $99,900. Down: $99,900. For this particular store only, all of the startup costs, lease negotiation, construction headaches and staffing are done. Revenue month over month is increasing, profitability has been reached, and it is on plan.
Profile: The franchise concept for a mall convenience store is that we bring convenience back into fashion. These stores are built using the latest design concepts, high-quality decor, and attention-grabbing exterior signage all ensuring a welcoming and enjoyable shopping experience for a captive audience of shoppers and mall employees.
Additionally, a mall store is a safe, friendly, and comfortable environment in which to do business. Mall stores offer economical start-up costs, come with favorable long-term leases ensuring franchise owners maximize profits, they require the least amount of staffing and maintenance, and require lower operating and inventory costs. And that's something that never goes out of style.
For this particular store only, all of the startup costs, lease negotiation, construction headaches and staffing are done. This is truly turn-key right now!
This franchise owner just opened this location last year after having another very successful and profitable location in Southern California. When he decided to come out of retirement on build a new location, he stuck with the same franchise. This seller has nothing but positive things to say about this franchise. They are supportive, helpful, reactive and knowledgeable. "They help you succeed".
Unfortunately, this franchise owner must sell before this location has reached its destined potential. The seller has a medical situation that will require extended recovery and has decided to let this go.
This is a rare opportunity to purchase this stellar location, turn-key operation for less than half the original startup cost. No investment is risk free, but this business has many of the risks behind it.
Run it as an absentee-owner or drive the cash flow to your pocket as an active participating owner.
Revenue month over month is increasing, profitability has been reached, and it is on plan. Holiday mall traffic will drive the year end sales even higher! Close this deal before someone else gets the holiday season profits in their pocket! Make Christmas come early for you!
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