Last Revised: 9/10/19. Posting #: 251212
Key Words: grocery, market, kings, absentee
Financial Info: Price: $399,000+ Inv. Down: Call/Email. Adjusted Net: Call/Email. Average Monthly Sales: $140,000/month. Rent is $4,800/month, Long Lease.
Profile: Full Grocery Store Business for Sale in Kings County, CA.
Average Monthly Sales: $140,000/month.
Store size is approximately 5,000 sq. ft.
Rent is $4,800/month. Long Lease.
It's a full-service Grocery Store, selling meat, produce, dry goods, Beer, dairy products & soft drinks. Beer wine Type 20 off sale license.
They offer wire transfers, money orders, accept WIC & Food stamps.
Partial absentee owner business operation.
Asking Price: $399,000 plus stock inventory.
Please sign NDA first to get additional info about this business, exact address location & releasing financials details.
Please do not talk to any employees or disturb business at any time. Seller will not work with any potential buyer if they find out they are talking to any employee there regarding the sale of the business.
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