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Financial Info: Price: $999,000. Down: $100,000. Adjusted Net: $380,000. Annual Revenues: Call. The list price includes over $500K of inventory, tools and equipment. The business has been pre-qualified for SBA financing for a buyer meeting the lender's requirements.
Profile: Here is a business opportunity for an existing scaffolding company, contractor or individual to acquire a well-established scaffold business in Marin County in the San Francisco Bay Area. The business provides erecting and dismantling service of scaffold as well as rental to commercial and residential customers. The list price includes over $500K of inventory, tools and equipment.

The original owner of nearly 25 years is looking to retire after starting and organically growing the business over the years. The buyer will require a California Contractor's License for scaffolding, C61/D39 to operate the business. The business has been pre-qualified for SBA financing for a buyer meeting the lender's requirements.

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Profile: Born and raised in Rochester, New York, Blair received his law degree in 1981 from Albany Law School. Over the course of the next four decades, Blair worked as a criminal prosecutor in Rochester, then for a large New York law firm in New York and Miami before starting his own solo legal practice.
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Profile: Due diligence is an investigative inquiry into a business that is performed by a potential small business buyer in order to ensure that the business being purchased is everything that has been represented by the business owner/seller. Here are the best practices for performing due diligence.
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