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I am looking to find a business which includes a two bedroom apartment above or attached to business

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Satish Patel
Sunbelt Business Advisors
Middlesex County, MA
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Some businesses will be sold with real estate and at times we’ve had deals where the first floor was commercially zoned with a 1-3 bedroom apartment above.
Most of these types of businesses are retail, storefronts and some services from liquor and convenience stores, to consulting services or salons. Without knowing your skillset, background and business preferences I suggest you contact a broker to find out what you qualify for and types of businesses available which meet your financial and real estate criteria. We have an office in NH and can help with your search. Please call me or email at 617-945-5338 or,

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Sep 11, 2009
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Washburn County, WI

We have an art & craft gallery on the main street in a small town in northern Wisconsin (lake country) with a loft apartment above the store. Cater to tourists and second home owners from Chicago & Twin Cities.

Sep 11, 2009
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How to Buy a Business

What about the business itself? Any preferences? Automobile repairs? Hair salon? Dental practice? Martial arts dojo? Law practice?

Sep 9, 2009
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The BAF Group LLC

Where? I have a Bar/Nightclub/Package Goods operation in Baltimore, but that's a long way from NH. What kind of business, where, what is your price expectation...?

Sep 9, 2009

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