Last Revised: 9/10/19. Posting #: 253715
Key Words: liquor, fresno, central valley
Financial Info: Price: $859,000. Down: $25% Down. Adjusted Net: Call. Gross sales are $145,000+ per month average currently. Inventory is not included in sale price and sold separately. Rent: approximately $3,900/month including NNN Charges.
Profile: Well established, High Volume, known liquor Store Business Opportunity up for Sale in Fresno City.
Located in the North side of the town, very high traffic area, near Freeway location with same owner since 1992.
Gross sales are $145,000+ per month average currently.
Inventory is not included in sale price and sold separately.
Rent: approximately $3,900/month including NNN Charges
Excellent location with steady income and great growth potential.
Excellent location near residential and commercial areas, and on a major arterial in the city.
Owner Motivated all reasonable offers considered.
Please Sign NDA for additional details.
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