Last Revised: 9/4/19. Posting #: 255226
Key Words: yogurt, frozen yogurt, yogurtland, fast food, franchise, dessert, los angeles, absentee
Financial Info: Price: $985,000. Down: Call. Adjusted Net: $238,038. Annual Revenues: $766,835. Can earn 250K as an owner operator. This location is a qualified candidate for a bank loan with up to 30% of your money invested provided you have a good resume and financials well streamlined to bank requirements.
Profile: Once in a lifetime opportunity to own this existing Yogurtland location that is adjacent to the largest stadium under construction soon to be opened as early as 2020 in Los Angeles. This store has been built and well established for past 6 years and has been a golden nugget for the owners bringing in revenues exceeding $766,000 (2018) with adjusted net operating income of $238,000. Store is owned and operated by 100% absentee owners who have system in place to cruise control the daily operation with well trained team of employees. As a matter of fact, it offers you undeniably low rent and long lease terms that contributes to your profit year over year and therefore makes it a good investment either as investor or semi-absentee owner. Or, better yet, you can quit what you're doing to become an owner operator and earn yourself approximately a quarter million dollars of profit or more every year.
With the news of the stadium coming up the investors have been acquiring businesses at rapid pace and all neighborhood commercial locations are taken up leaving none or few vacancies in the shopping center around. This scenario plays out to your benefit as it keeps competition away or at a dis-advantage in comparison to your low rent. The enormous size of this stadium with spending budget of billion of dollars simply means year around events (all 365 days) no matter what the climate conditions are on the outside. It is indeed going to be iconic landmark project giving boost to nearby small businesses with possibly highest traffic count in Los Angeles.
Yogurtland is the best brand you can buy for your money in the market for a 'self serve yogurt franchise'. Try buying one instead of buying multiple stores with multiple liabilities. This store offers you that opportunity. There is no simple business than Yogurtland and the business model helps you keep your labor cost quite low meaning more profits in your pocket. This location is a qualified candidate for a bank loan with up to 30% of your money invested provided you have a good resume and financials well streamlined to bank requirements.
Location! Location! Location! How many times have your heard this phrase? Well it is time for you to capitalize on this if you like to be owning a high volume high traffic high profit store and sell simply yogurt all day long. You will have plenty of traffic at this place.
Go ahead and fill out your NDA, and let me open the door for you!
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