Last Revised: 11/26/19. Posting #: 10249180
Key Words: deli, sandwich, bakery, cafe, franchise
Financial Info: Asking Price: $250,000. Cash Flow: $107,065. Gross Revenue: $1,478,899. FF&E: $75,000. Inventory: $20,000. 23 Employees on payroll. Leased space in busy retail area.
Profile: Popular, well-recognized franchise, 17-years established. Serving fresh bread & pastries, deli sandwiches, salads, soups, and specialty coffee drinks.
Leased space in busy retail area.
Area of high growth and building. Opportunities for increased revenue through catering.
Reason for selling: Retirement
Professional Resources & Contacts To Help You Close Your Deal!
Profile: Kyle Griffith is a Managing Partner of the NYBB Group. He represents business owners seeking to sell or grow their business via acquisitions. Kyle is a Certified Business Intermediary focusing on the HVAC & Plumbing, Trucking & Delivery and Distribution industries.
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Profile: Escrow services to brokers & agents, owner/sellers, & buyers. Established 43 years. Extraordinary service. Experienced with handling difficult transactions. One stop for all your escrow needs: Bulk sales, lien searches, UCC searches, liquor license transfers, publishing & recording services.
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Profile: Cheryl's a restaurant business broker, over 25 years in the bar and restaurant industry coupled with a J.D. Cheryl works tirelessly to create successful strategies and effective negotiations for those who wish to purchase a new or sell an existing bar, restaurant, cafe, or night club.
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Profile: New Century Escrow, Inc. is a fully licensed & bonded independent escrow company. We believe in long term relationships with our clients. Over 20 years combined experience in handling bulk escrow transactions. Multi-lingual staff that speaks your language, including Korean, Chinese, Vietnamese.
Key Words: escrow, bulk sale, helen yoo, new century escrow
Blogs, Articles, Interviews, & Events That Will Help You Sell Or Buy
Profile: When selling your business, asking the right questions and gathering the proper information up front will allow you to carefully vet and qualify potential buyers while helping you understand their intention to buy your business, saving time and keeping your business's information confidential.
Key Words: peter siegel, non-disclosure agreement, NDA, qualified buyer, qualified buyers, business purchase financing, financing, cash, SBA loan, SBA financing, preparing business for sale, equipment, lease, seller financing, assets, collateral
Profile: The unfortunate side of buying and selling small businesses is that the majority of all transactions fall through, including over half of all deals that go into escrow. Jordan Green discusses the most common reasons that transactions fall out of escrow in this BizBenNetwork blog.
Key Words: jordan green, escrow, business owners, business buyers, buyers, sellers, contract deposits, taxes, business purchase financing, financing, landlord, landlords, lease, leases
Profile: Owner sellers begin the process of selling their business with incorrect assumptions derived from a subjective mindset, limiting their ability to properly market to buyers. By understanding the motivations and goals of business buyers better, owners can sell their businesses more quickly.
Key Words: selling a business, seller, buyers, escrow, spencer siegel
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Profile: When the time comes to sell your business, having a team of experienced professionals to represent you can make all the difference in the world as you work to successfully complete a business transaction. Jordan Green shares tips for hiring your most important professional, a business broker.
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