Last Revised: 9/16/19. Posting #: 250879
Key Words: cafe, deli, sandwich, subs, sacramento
Financial Info: Price: $125,000. Down: Call. Adjusted Net: $60,715. Annual Revenues: $221,334. One-time transfer fee of $10,000. Total Rent is $2,200 per month. The Buyer will be able to negotiate for a new lease term.
Profile: Dream of owning your own little deli spot and working for yourself?
Here's your chance to own a profitable Brand Name Sandwich shop and be your own boss!
This easy to manage business benefits from a nice location in an area that attracts a busy lunch crowd. The deli has great hours from Monday to Saturday, 10am to 4pm and is closed Sundays, so you have evenings off for yourself!
This well know sandwich brand is set up like a franchise with the brand name recognition, a proven business model with a tried and true menu, and excellent owner training program, but it operates with a simple Licensing Agreement so there are no ongoing Royalty fees to worry about. The license agreement for these shops includes 2 weeks of required training and a one-time transfer fee of $10,000. The Brand is known for excellent sandwiches served with quality meats, special sauces, and fresh bread baked daily in the restaurant.
The space is approximately 1,800 sq. ft. with Seating for about 32 inside - Occupancy Limit is 62. Total Rent is $2,200 per month. The Buyer will be able to negotiate for a new lease term.
This business is owner operated with the help of about 3 part-time employees and would be great for a first-time owner or family. The owner is very pleased with the success of this business and its place in the community but is selling to prepare for retirement.
The 2018 Gross was approximately $221K, and it was profitable with a Net Income of about $60K.
Interested? Please fill out our Confidentiality Agreement/NDA form to get started. Once we receive your Confidentiality Agreement, we will send you information with the name, street address and other details.
This is a Confidential Listing so please Do Not Disturb the business. Tours are by appointment only.
We look forward to talking with you about this exciting opportunity!
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