Last Revised: 9/5/19. Posting #: 244856
Key Words: nail, nails, salon, beauty, manicure, manicures, pedicure, pedicures, oakland, alameda, montclair village
Financial Info: Price: $440,000. Down: $300,000. Adjusted Net: $200,000. Annual Revenues: $800,000. This is an 85% cash business.
Profile: This is a very profitable nail salon. Located in Oakland's Montclair Village. High-income area and densely populated. Beautiful build out and decor. Very recently remodeled (January) with all new chairs and flooring, Space consists of over 2,000 square feet and has a great lease and lease option. Equipped with 15 deluxe chairs and stations, spacious reception area and waiting area, ADA bathroom, separate special service room, and storage area. Currently ringing sizable gross yearly income and could easily be brought to the next level. Only nail salon in the area of this caliber and always a full house!! Add some of your own touches to it. This is an 85% cash business. Change the configuration and add other services. Add a wine license and other services and it will go off the charts! Turn key so get ready so start to make money now!
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