Last Revised: 12/4/19. Posting #: 10249092
Key Words: gym, gyms, fitness, fitness center, celina, collin
Financial Info: Asking Price: $160,000. Gross Revenue: $356,028. FF&E: $200,000, included in asking price. Size: 8,000 sq. ft. Rent: $13,000/month. 2 employees on payroll. Over 1,500 members generating an average monthly EFT draft of $28K!
Profile: Perfect opportunity for personal trainer or first time buyer.
This 8,000 square foot club has over 1,500 members generating an average monthly EFT draft of $28K! Benefits include: 24 hour access, low cost, name brand equipment and tanning, excellent demographics. Excellent opportunity for a new owner to improve the business with additional marketing and sales plus adding personal training as a profit center.
Location: Celina, Texas
Asking Price: $160,000
Gross Revenue: $356,028
Real Estate: Leased
Building Size: 8,000 sq. ft.
Furniture, Fixtures, & Equipment (FF&E): $200,000 - included in asking price.
Facilities: Upscale strip center with excellent demographics.
Competition: Normal competition but low price model is big advantage.
Support & Training: Yes
The club is in the red about $1K - $2K per month. New on-site Owner can increase membership and add personal training to increase profits. For the right buyer, this is a good opportunity because it would cost over $300K to open a club like this and build it up to 1,500 members.
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