Last Revised: 9/5/19. Posting #: 255030
Key Words: salon, nails, nail salon, manicure, manicures, pedicure, pedicures, beauty, spa, oakland, alameda
Financial Info: Price: $125,000. Down: $125,000. Adjusted Net: $100,000. Annual Revenues: $210,000. 90% cash business.
Profile: Great location on the busy Grand Avenue in Oakland. Located on a busy town center section of Grand. Close to cafes, restaurants, shopping, theaters, and more. 1,000 square feet, 6 stations, 6 spa chairs, service room, plenty of storage, back door to out side court area, private bathroom, ample waiting and reception area, low utilities and a great lease and lease terms. There are only 8 nail salons in a 32 block area that all offer different services. Great loyal customer list and current owner has created a friendly and pleasant atmosphere with great service and results. Good gross and net profits. 90% cash business. This is turn key and ready to have a new owner start making money now so don't miss this opportunity!
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