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What is a typical purchase transaction of established full-service carwash (or gas station)?

In the past, I have purchased a few small businesses, no more than $150k. I paid all cash in some, and some % down with owner carry. I was wondering what are the typical full-service carwash (with or without real estate) business purchase transactions are since they are relatively more expensive than most small businesses.

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In California, they are going to be more expensive than many other states because of the cost of land, if you buy the property. They also tend to be a bit more expensive generally, because of the cash that normally is associated with the Revenue.

Oct 10, 2011

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