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Office Furniture Manufacturing,Sales and Service Company VERY Profitable won't last long!
$3,175,000 Cash Flow: $808,885
Office Furniture Manufacturing,Sales and Service Company VERY Profitable won't last long!

Santa Clara County, CA

**The Sales & EBITDA information presented for this company in the summary above is an average for the most recent 5 years. This company is in a dynamic and fast moving industry with the ability to offer products and services to virtually all companies within its geographic market. The opportunity to own this highly profitable company in the San Francisco Bay Area wont last long! The EBITDA of this company is as follows: 1 year FY16' EBITDA $1,438,878* (Excellent year not typical) 3 Year AVG EBITDA $846,831 5 Year AVG EBITDA $808,885 This opportunity is perfect for an individual or a corporate client as well. A possible PEG opportunity exists with built in growth potential and synergistic value within the same and similar industries! The company is a premier supplier of both new and used office furniture to the San Francisco Bay Area corporate community. The in house proprietary refurbishment program for used office furniture and cubicles has made it a leader in the refurbishment industry. The company also has an extensive catalog of new office furnishings of ALL types which allows the company to service any and all budget approaches within the business community it serves. The company is poised to grow with increased marketing efforts and a strong economic outlook for the geographic market of the San Francisco Bay Area. The fiscal year for this company is July 1 through June 30th. The most recent fiscal year ended on June 30, 2016 with sales of $5,560,811 and an EBITDA of $1,438,878! THE NDA PACKAGE IS ATTACHED. Please return the completed package to garyroot007@gmail.com for further information.

8 y/o Flash Games Business with $400,000 Cash Flow (TTM) 61 Million Unique Visits & 445 Million PV's (TTM)
$1,500,000 Cash Flow: $403,000
8 y/o Flash Games Business with $400,000 Cash Flow (TTM) 61 Million Unique Visits & 445 Million PV's (TTM)

San Francisco, CA

Originally launched in November 2007, this business is a network of eight popular flash game sites which generated $403,000+ Cash Flow during the trailing twelve months on top of over 62 million unique visits and 331 million+ pageviews. Traffic growth shows no signs of slowing, with the business increasing unique visits by 112% between 2014 and 2015. In terms of owner involvement, the business is relatively passive with the current owner responsibilities primarily being constrained to light weekly oversight of operations. Business Model The business is monetized through a combination of different advertising and affiliate networks. In 2015 the top producing network was AdSense, which helped the business generate over $391,000 in revenue, followed by AdX, which generated $217,000. Other networks include Amazon, WebSpectator, and GoodGame Studios. The business serves banner ads, video pre-rolls, and several other types of video ads. Poised for growth, the business increased Cash Flow by 71% between January 2016 and March 2016.

3 Subway Sandwich Stores For Sale 2 in San Francisco 1 in San Ramon California
$750,000 Cash Flow: $150,000
3 Subway Sandwich Stores For Sale 2 in San Francisco 1 in San Ramon California

San Francisco, CA

My name is Herbinder and I am looking to sell 3 of my Subway stores. I have owned them for more than 10 years now and my Husband and I are ready to retire. Two of the stores are in the financial district of San Francisco. The other store is in San Ramon, CA. If you would like to request more information please call me at the details listed below.

6 Thriving turn-key restaurant in highly sought-after SoMa Turn-key restaurant in highly sought-after and vibrant SoMa
$250,000
Thriving turn-key restaurant in highly sought-after SoMa Turn-key restaurant in highly sought-after and vibrant SoMa

San Francisco, CA

Thriving turn-key Persian restaurant in highly sought-after SoMa/South of Market, a very vibrant and mixed use location! Surrounded by businesses and residential, this restaurant has great street frontage on Harrison between 5th and 6th Street; fantastic identity opportunity! Fully equipped restaurant space, great kitchen buildout, lots of work space, large hood, refrigeration units, prep stations, warmers, etc. Very large dining room space, floor-to-ceiling windows, beautifully decorated dining area, very high ceilings and handicap accessible restroom. Beer and wine license included a must see! Please call or email listing agent for any questions. Please do not disturb employees, by appointment only. Close to multiple tech hubs, near South Beach and Downtown! Close to transportation hubs with easy access to entrances of interstates 80 (Bay Bridge) and 280, also very close to 101. Multiple MUNI lines close by and even more a short distance on 4th Street, short walk to CalTrain.

4 y/o WordPress Plugin Site Netting $140,000 Annually Passive Online Business Selling Freemium WordPress Plugins
$300,000 Cash Flow: $141,670
4 y/o WordPress Plugin Site Netting $140,000 Annually Passive Online Business Selling Freemium WordPress Plugins

San Francisco, CA

Established in 2012, the business for sale offers a responsive WordPress slider plugin. The target market includes small business owners keen on improving the aesthetics of their websites. The sale includes a MailChimp database of over 12.9k customers, in addition to social media accounts. The owners are selling the business to focus on their other unrelated web businesses. The web business is monetized through a freemium model in which users can download a free plugin through WordPress.org that then upsells to Pro versions. As of June 2016, recurring subscriptions were added to increase renewal revenue. The business offers four Pro versions ranging in price from $19 to $249, with the most commonly purchased plan priced at $99. The $249 plan offers lifetime support and updates, whereas the bottom three plans only offer support and updates for 1 year, but renew annually. Current ownership spends a combined 3 hours per week running the business overseeing development in addition to handling marketing and content. The owners also manage a full-time developer and part-time support agent. New ownership may consider pivoting the business into a monthly renewal subscription model to maximize recurring revenue. Furthermore, offering a trial that auto-enrolls clients into the Pro version should also be looked into. Other growth opportunities include improving SEO, and continuing to grow through affiliate relationships.

3 Profitable, Creative Screen Printing & Embroidery Business Creative Screen Printing & Embroidery in "Small Town" Northern Calif.
$350,000 Cash Flow: $128,000
Profitable, Creative Screen Printing & Embroidery Business Creative Screen Printing & Embroidery in "Small Town" Northern Calif.

Mendocino County, CA

Escape the rat race! Operate your own creative apparel and promotional products business in a small town "where the redwoods meet the wine country!" Our city has been voted one of the "best small towns in California!" If you want to live, work, and succeed without the "city" traffic, crushing population and stress, while fulfilling your creative dreams, this business is for you. • Services include custom printed t-shirts, sweatshirts, tote bags, team wear, etc. as well as embroidered jackets, hats, and staff apparel, and other promotional items. • Clients include tourist venues, business uniforms, bars & restaurants, retail stores, schools, fundraising events, family reunions, business promotional and marketing products, political campaigns, sports teams, etc. As members of Advertising Specialties Institute (ASI) we also provide promotional products such as pens, cups, travel mugs, wine glasses, key chains, etc., and our online catalogs make it easy for clients to research and find products to fit their budget. • Established in 1979 by two "creatives" this business has a long standing, loyal clientele with a large client roster who depend on us to bring inspiration to their projects. • Designed by us, our proprietary Filemaker invoicing software allows easy pricing, changing quotes in seconds, and simple database updating. Our pricing structure often beats larger online competitors, while still being profitable. • Easy to understand systems for production flow and fast turnaround. • Long time manager is knowledgeable, gifted at sales, and well trusted by clients. • Employee handbook and safety manual are in place. • Seller owns the real property and will negotiate lease with buyer. • As a well-established business, the name is well-known and respected throughout the area. The logo is easily recognizable, and there is an informative Facebook page and several URL's to guide clients to our website. • Buyer would ideally be a couple, person or family with diverse skills; artistic, Mac-computer savvy, a head for numbers and mechanical capabilities. • Just two hours drive north of San Francisco, this business is located on a busy thoroughfare with easy access to Highway 101. A one and one-half hour drive through the Redwoods to the Mendocino Coast allows you to enjoy your weekends while visiting coastal clients from Gualala to Westport.

Blow Dry Bar SF West area neighborhood Blow Salon
$184,999
Blow Dry Bar SF West area neighborhood Blow Salon

San Francisco, CA

If you have always wanted a fun, glamorous business where your clients return time and again with plenty of upside potential then this business could be for you. A beautifully built out, full service Blow Dry Bar and Make-up Salon is available for sale at a fraction of what it would cost to build new. The current owner’s design sense and exceptionally high standards show in this beautiful location near restaurants and shops with plenty of foot traffic. Her attention to detail, including full training manuals, marketing and customer service resulted in a loyal client base that love the staff and services. This is a turn-key business with all the equipment, stations, products and services necessary to operate as well as a fully trained staff and steady, repeat customers. There is plenty of opportunity to expand and grow the business, even with the potential of converting to a full service hair salon. The current owner, who does not provide salon services, wants the new owner to be successful and will facilitate a smooth transition.

Unique Custom Curtain Business with Great Potential Completely passive operations and revenue streams
$60,000
Unique Custom Curtain Business with Great Potential Completely passive operations and revenue streams

San Francisco, CA

Seller's Notes BUSINESS Please briefly describe the business model String Curtains is an online store www.stringcurtains.com.au / www.stringcurtainsusa.com. Largest dedicated string curtains online store selling a variety of string curtain styles & sizes worldwide. When was the business established? 2012 How has the business evolved since it was first established? Initially this business was reliant on consumer sales with developing trade which would now be approx. 80% of the business. Many enquiries over the past 2 years for dropshipping from retail business. Who is your typical customer? Stage designers, interior decorators, shop fitters & architect’s. Are you the original owner of the business? If not, when did you purchase it and how has it evolved since? Yes. Established by myself. Why is the business being sold? I have other business interests I would like to develop therefore needing the funding for this. Are you looking to sell the company (stock sale) or just the assets of the business (asset sale). No stock is held as it is all made upon order, with 95% is custom made to order business. PACKAGE Please list all domain names that are included in the sale www.stringcurtains.com.au www.stringcurtainsusa.com Are there any social media accounts included in the sale? If so, please list them along with the URLs to such accounts. https://www.facebook.com/stringcurtains. 369 Followers https://www.facebook.com/String-Curtains-342383589154684/ 11,734 Followers Are there any mailing lists included in the sale? If so, which service providers are such lists held with and how many subscribers do they have? None. There is a mailing list in the Shopify program of all purchasers. Does the sale include existing customer data? If so, in which format is this provided and how extensive is the customer database? Yes. All customer data is in the Shopify program Are there any rights, trademarks, intellectual property included in the sale? None INVENTORY Does the business carry any inventory? If so, approximately how much inventory does the business keep at any given time and is any current inventory included in the price? No inventory Where is the business’s inventory kept? If in a third party warehouse or storage unit, can the rental agreement / lease of such warehouse or storage unit be transferred over to the buyer? Stock is sourced upon order in China by the String Curtains local based agent. Is it necessary for the business to keep its inventory in a particular country or a state, in order to retain the current profitability? This business can be operated from anywhere How are shipments into and out of the warehouse / storage units managed? Shipments are managed by the String Curtains local based agent. SUPPLIER RELATIONS How many suppliers does the business use and for how long has the business used these suppliers? One supply agent who sources from his local china manufacturers Does the business benefit from any volume pricing arrangements with any of its suppliers? No Explain your payment terms with your supplier(s)? Monthly invoice in USD paid via Western Union into suppliers bank account. Do you have written agreements with said suppliers in place, and are such agreements transferable to the new owner? No written agreements, but my supplier is happy to transfer to the new owner How often and through which channel do you pay your suppliers for purchased goods? Monthly via Western Union in USD What is the average lead time from the day order is placed until customer receives the good? 14-21 days Have you changed suppliers in the past, if so, why? No Zhao has been my supplier from the beginning in 2012 and has never let me down. He goes above and beyond his requirements. OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE Please provide a breakdown of ownership and the organizational structure of the business. 100% Owner with no employees. Please provide a breakdown of the operations of your business The only operations are simply providing quotes for custom made sizing inquires, then once the order is placed forwarding the order details to my supplier in China. Zhao sources the material and will adjust sending it directly to the customer. I will receive a tracking number from Zhao which I then update in the store order tracking facility to advise the customer on delivery. I do not even see or handle the order physically op have need to hold stock. Does the owner of the site need any specific skillsets in order to successfully maintain and manage the site? Basic computer skills How do you handle customer support and what is the average volume? General email inquiries and order delivery inquiries. Do you employ any people or use any freelancers and if so, are such contracts accounted for on the Profit & Loss Statement and transferable to the new owner? No employees or contracts TRAFFIC & MARKETING What are the primary traffic sources of the site? Google & Facebook Have you done any Search Engine Optimization? If so, what level of SEO effort is required for the site to maintain its current traffic levels? I learned as much as I could about SEO and simply loaded the web address into as many SEO engines I could find. I did not engage any other SEO To your knowledge, has the site ever received any search engine penalties (manual or algorithmic)? Not to my knowledge What level of SEO effort is required for the site to maintain its current traffic levels? I load the web address into pingmyurl.com once every couple of months Do you or have you ever purchased traffic? If so, please provide a brief overview In the initial store set up in 2012 I purchased minimal Google and Facebook advertising. Over all I think I would have spent no more than $500 over the past 4 years on this advertising. Do you run any other marketing campaigns, such as display advertising, social media marketing, offline advertising or anything else? Currently None How does the site rank for related keywords? String Curtains rank in the top of the organic page when searched on the Google Australia. I haven’t worked the US market where I feel there is huge potential. FINANCIALS Which payment processor(s) does the website utilize? Paypal, eWay credit card merchant & direct deposit for AU customers Please confirm that all revenue sources are transferable to the new owner All sales revenue sources which is mainly the Shopify store and Facebook Shopify store. Are you able to provide live revenue verification? Yes it’s all recorded in the Shopify string curtains store. Is the website’s revenue kept separate from other businesses and/or personal accounts? The eWay credit card revenue is paid directly into my business account, Paypal into my Paypal account and direct deposit directly into my business account. Can the website’s revenue be accurately tracked back to the website, i.e. do payment descriptions/details include the website’s name or reference to the website’s products? Every order is placed through the Shopify website even the custom made to size order where I generate an online invoice through the Shopify store where all payments are processed in order to keep all records accurate. Please provide a brief overview of your average profit margins and how have they evolved over the last 12 months? This product operates on approx. 35% cost 65% profit. What is the site’s average Refund/Return rate over the last 12 months? What is the primary reason for the returns? I think I’ve only had about one refund over the 4 years and that was in the first year. I have a strict non refund policy on custom made curtains and on wrong color choice and urge customers to purchase a sample brochure if they are unsure of their color choice. This I find elevates any wrong color choice refund option. I have send a replacement string curtain if a customer has been unhappy with the quality of the product, although this I have only done once in 4 years also. What are the main expenses of the business (please list any recurring expenses that account for more than 1% of overall revenue) The only expenses are my supplier’s monthly invoice for the stock and postage from their end and the Shopify monthly costs. If necessary, do you have tax returns available to support your revenue claims? Not necessary as it’s all in the Shopify store TECHNICAL What platform does the website use? (e.g. WordPress, OpenCart, OSCommerce, etc.) Shopify.com Has the website changed platforms in the last 2 years? NO Where is the site hosted and does this need to change after purchase? Shopify.com and will only change if the new buyer wants to change it. COMPETITION Please describe your main competitors Ebay What makes the website better than its competition? We offer custom made to any size requirements. MISCELLANEOUS Do you own any other internet-based businesses? If so, are any of them related to the website being sold? No Are you willing to sign a 3-year non-compete contract in the industry that the website operates in? 1 year Will you provide 1-3 months of post-sale support & training, in order to ensure that the buyer is able to fully take over the business and its operations? Sure What are the primary growth opportunities that you see for the business going forward? So many as my inexperience in SEO and online marketing has limited me and Ive only really focused on Australia where I feel the US is a huge potential. I have been contacted by retail outlets wanting to dropship but this is an area I have not done anything to develop which is waiting to be developed but a buyer who knows what to do. Are there any geographical limitations to the potential buyer of the business? None at all Do you have anything to add to the above? This business is undersold and I just feel that I don’t have the necessary experience and know how myself to take it to that next level

Premium Hosting Company Earning $44,000 Annual Revenue Large Growth Opportunities with Light Workload
$38,000
Premium Hosting Company Earning $44,000 Annual Revenue Large Growth Opportunities with Light Workload

San Francisco, CA

Executive Summary Established in 2014, this business provides high-quality web hosting, reseller hosting, un-managed VPS hosting, un-managed dedicated servers at an affordable price. The business’ primary customers are developers, freelancers, business owners, gamers, and advanced web hosting users. The platform is unmanaged, so the owner time commitment is minimal. The sale includes the domain, all social media accounts, a mailing list with 2,200+ members, a customer database (WHMCS), and all IP associated with the company. The sale also includes the sale of another hosting company. The owner intended this to be a premium hosting service to compliment the company, so it is fully developed and ready for customers, all IP associated with this service is also included in the sale. The owner is selling because the business is not a good strategic fit with the rest of his portfolio. With a quality product, an established user base, and a reputable brand, the new owner will be ideally positioned to scale this business. Business Model The hosting company generates 100% of its revenue from selling web hosting, reseller hosting, un-managed VPS hosting and un-managed dedicated server services to its customers. The business has grown into a well known, highly-reputable web hosting provider, and over the trailing twelve months, its gross revenue was approximately $44,000 USD and the net profit was approximately $22,000 USD. The company's primary monthly expenses are its server costs and software licenses. The business is managed by the owner who spends an average of 6 hours per week running the business. This time primarily consists of ensuring that servers are operating properly and approving new orders. The business also has a 3rd party service providing 24x7 online and chat support. It should be noted that an understanding of WHMCS and the web hosting industry would be greatly beneficial to any new owner. Growth Opportunities There are several growth strategies that present very exciting opportunities for the new owner. A new owner could advertise on related websites/blogs and experiment with Google Adwords to drive additional traffic. The sale includes high-quality marketing promotional banners that could be used on Adwords, BuySellAds, etc. in all the major IBN sizes, so the new owner could immediately take advantage of paid advertising. In addition, the current infrastructure is only at about 60% capacity. Consequently, a new owner could gain another 40% in profit, with no additional costs, by maximizing the servers. The acquirer of this business could also look at developing additional software products that will cater to the existing user base. Other growth tactics include: increasing the service price, offering more up-sale opportunities, and moving towards a more managed offering for higher profit margins.

Dropship E-Commerce Business Earning $270,000 Annually High MoM Growth with 260,000 Monthly Pageviews
$375,000 Cash Flow: $170,697
Dropship E-Commerce Business Earning $270,000 Annually High MoM Growth with 260,000 Monthly Pageviews

San Francisco, CA

Executive Summary [Redacted] and its associated sites sell vitamins, beauty creams, and health supplements through its E-Commerce platform to consumers all over the world. The typical customers are adults concerned with their health and beauty whom are interested in vitamins and health supplements. Included in the sale are the associated domains ([Redacted], [Redacted], and [Redacted]) along with the associated social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Youtube, and Pinterest) and a 3,700+ customer database. The sellers are successful web entrepreneurs and are selling to focus on their other ventures, as they are unable to devote time and energy needed to continue growing the business. Business Model [Redacted] and its associated sites are monetized through the sale of health and beauty products. Products are dropshipped via a fulfillment center based in Savannah Georgia, USA. The owners spend no more than 10 hours a week checking inventory, optimizing Google Adwords, and managing the virtual assistance in customer support and SEO freelancers. Growth Opportunities Primary growth opportunities include the increased focus on social media advertising and increased efforts to growth affiliate marketing networks to drive more visits. Another unexploited opportunity is adding new sales channels through Amazon and Ebay, which could result in significant growth. Finally as the site gets over 60% of their sales from mobile and tablet traffic, the development of an application for iOS and Android would be instrumental in increasing sales.

Cell Phone Monitoring Software Netting $114,000 Annually 95% Net Profit Margins with High Organic Search Traffic
$130,000
Cell Phone Monitoring Software Netting $114,000 Annually 95% Net Profit Margins with High Organic Search Traffic

San Francisco, CA

Seller's Notes BUSINESS 1. Please state your full name and company name, if it’s a corporate entity selling the website [Known to Broker] 2. Please briefly describe the business model (what service do you offer? How is it monetized?) A parental and employee tracking software. We sell the subscriptions on our website. The main idea of the project is to help users to manage a lot of device activities, track location, control and restrict unallowed calls, messages and block adult websites at the any cell phone, tablet based on Android OS or iOS. Project monetization is to sell software subscriptions with different functionality on a monthly, annual, or lifetime term. 3. Who is your typical customer? The core audience is a parents who wants to keep their child's and family safe and business owners who wants to track and keep an eye on any employee to prevent company secret theft. 4. When was the business established? The project development of myspyapp.com was started at the October of 2014 and launched for the first visitors at December, 2014. In the October, 2015 we decided to move project to another shorter and new brand domain, appmia.com 5. How has the business evolved since it was first established? New features added, developed a simpler application installation, the service is faster and more stable. Constantly adding new features, both on customers' requests and according to market needs. Website design has been changed several times, a/b testing was provided. Optimized a web service and mobile applications. 6. Are you the original owner of the business? If not, when did you purchase it and how has it evolved since? Yes, I am the owner of the business. 7. Why is the business being sold? It’s sad, but true .Appmia.com need a lot of my attention to support users, project promotion, adding new features and as for now I am not ready to give a lot of time because I have another, more priority, business. It’s the only one reason of the selling this project. 8. Are there any skills / knowledge required to successfully run this business? If so, please explain. It’s easy and possible to manage project by myself on the current stage, but it will perfect if there will be a team for the real growth of the project. As for me, ideal project team is: owner, web developer (php+frontend), designer,Android developer, IOS developer, SEO-specialist and support. PACKAGE 1. Please list all domain names that are included in the sale [known to broker]. 2. Are there any social media accounts included in the sale? If so, please list them along with the URLs to such accounts. There are only one public group on the Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Appmia/ It must be my next step to promote appmia.com on the social websites, so as for now there are almost no subscribers and posts. 3. Are there any mailing lists included in the sale? If so, which service providers are such lists held with and how many subscribers do they have? Yes, there are list of 1700+ subscribers (old and current customer’s emails). Mail service provider is Mandrill. 4. Does the sale include existing customer data? If so, in which format is this provided and how extensive is the customer database? Yes , the customer base is 1700+ customers. The new owner will get all the backend with actual client's database. 5. Do you own full rights to the product(s) that the website is selling, including rights to the source code, and is such source code and full rights to it included in the sale? Yes. TRAFFIC & MARKETING 1. What are the primary traffic sources of the site? SEO, direct traffic. 2. Have you done any Search Engine Optimisation? Yes. 3. To your knowledge, has the site ever received any search engine penalties (manual or algorithmic)? No. 4. What level of SEO effort is required for the site to maintain its current traffic levels? The new owner will need to write the new articles on Blog and optimize them to all the SEO parameters. 5. Do you or have you ever purchased traffic? If so, please provide a brief overview No. 6. Do you run any other marketing campaigns, such as display advertising, social media marketing, offline advertising or anything else? Yes, Buysellads.com 7. How does the site rank for related keywords? mobile spy - #6 in Google.com spy phone - #5 in Google.com whatsapp tracking - #4 in Google.com spy whatsapp - #3 in Google.com facebook spy - #2 in Google.com viber spy - #1 in Google.com 8. Why is analytics data available only since February this year? Google Analytics provide reports with 12-24h delay, so I tried to use Piwik(standalone) to realtime traffic analyses. But, I refused to use Piwik because it was provided incomplete data, so I back to Google Analytics. Unfortunately, I can't provide you the access to Piwik account because the account was deleted. But I can share access to the Google Analytics of the previous domain (myspapp.com) to any interested buyer. 9. Do you know why traffic is declining? I believe there are three reasons for the decline in traffic. As I remember from previous year - at the summer, buying activities as little lower than others seasons, so traffic will be back fully at the autumn. You can see the traffic of my main competitors, it is declining too: http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/mspy.com, http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/mobile-spy.com, http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/flexispy.com The second reason, that as for now I decide to extend keywords amount for SEO promotion to get more relevant traffic from search engines and that process need a little bit more time to get first results. The third reason is because of some changes in Google search algorithm, satellite websites was declined in Google search results since 22th June. Instead of 4 declined satellites websites I have created 10 new satellites and now I actively working on their search positions in Google search. 10. Is Google AdWords accounted for on the P&L? No, I stopped using it because clicks are very expensive and 110 % ROI is not suitable for me. SEO is much more profitable. 11. Did you hire someone to do link building for the site? The domain seems to have quite a few “spammy” looking backlinks that could potentially hurt Google rankings. Yes, I hired a SEO professional for consulting and helping me with SEO. I ordered the articles placement by SEO experts on BHW website http://www.blackhatworld.com. Articles give a good backlinks profile. In any case, if the potential buyer does not like these backlinks, they may refuse the backlinks via the disavow tool in GWT. REVENUE 1. Which payment processor(s) does the website utilise? Private card processor company. 2. Please confirm that all revenue sources are transferable to the new owner Yes, I confirm. 3. Are you able to provide live revenue verification? Yes. 4. Is the website’s revenue kept separate from other businesses and/or personal accounts? Yes. 5. Can the website’s revenue be accurately tracked back to the website, i.e. do payment descriptions/details include the website’s name or reference to the website’s products? No. 6. Please provide a brief overview of product/service pricing and how has it evolved over the last 12 months? From the beginning, there are was only the two type of packages which client can to choose to subscribe: “Basic” and “Premium”on a monthly(1,3,6 month), annual, or lifetime term. “Basic” package a little bit limited by features. Any subscription can be renewed to the new term anytime. Lifetime subscription was added year ago. 7. What is the site’s average Refund/Chargeback rate over the last 12 months? What is the primary reason for refund requests? <1%, the main reason is the purchase by mistake. 8. What are the main expenses of the business (please list any recurring expenses that account for more than 1% of overall revenue) Web hosting and processing fees. 9. What is the approximate breakdown of clients by different price levels? $59,99 package - 40% $19,99 package - 35% $114,99 package - 10% other - 15% 10. If necessary, do you have tax returns available to support your revenue claims? No. 11. What contributed to the higher than usual revenue rise in October 2015 and February 2016? There was two time when Appmia app was listed at the Google Play store and time from time app got a good positions in the store by relevant keywords like "spy what's up, spy viber" etc , but it was banned twice, like another my competitors. So it's a reason why traffic and revenue rise happened. As I see from now, there are available a new clever way how to get back to the Google Play store, but I am not implemented it yet. 12. What's under Marketing Costs? Purchasing of domains for review websites, webhosting, content writing forappmia.com and satellite websites, backlinks for appmia.com and satellite websites. 13. Is the business paying out any salaries? OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE 1. Please provide a breakdown of ownership and the organizational structure of the business. Ioanna - owner (100%): general tasks, content writing, support; Robert - technical support, software development & updates; 2. Please provide a breakdown of the operations of your business Support - phone, email or chat support - 30 hours/week General tasks/business development - 20 hours/week - payment questions; - competitors monitoring; - content writing; Technical support - 10 hours/week All the other technical work - 10 hours/week. 3. Does the owner of the site need any specific skillsets in order to successfully maintain and manage the site? Only the organizational and marketing skills. 4. How do you handle customer support and what is the average volume? Email, Zopim live chat and phone. Over 50 contacts/day. 5. Do you employ any people or use any freelancers and if so, are such contracts accounted for on the Profit & Loss Statement and transferable to the new owner? We are working in team of 2 people, the team will not be transferred to the new owner. 6. How much would it cost to the buyer to outsource all of software development, and will you be able to make the necessary introductions? It is depends on programmer's salary, we will make all the necessary introductions. 7. Are there any skills / knowledge required to successfully run this business? If so, please explain. Only the organizational and marketing skills. TECHNICAL 1. What programming language is the website’s product created in? PHP, Yii framework. 2. Does the product require constant updating? No, if no new feature planned. 3. When was the last time the source code was updated? How often do you release updates? Last time –June 2016, we release updates almost every month. 4. Does the product depend on any third party services or API’s? If so, how often are such API’s updated and how much overhead does this create? No. 5. Where is the site hosted and does this need to change after purchase? Amazon/Hetzner/Bahnhof. No need to change, all the hosting accounts will be transferred to the new owner. COMPETITION 1. Please describe your main competitors - mSpy.com - According to our information, the main competitor - mSpy.com, has the number of visits around 1.170.000 visits / monthly and income from 500k usd / monthly. - flexispy.com 2. What makes the website better than its competition? We have a lower prices, more subscriptions options, faster and more loyal support for our customers. MISCELLANEOUS 1. Do you own any other internet-based businesses? If so, are any of them related to the website being sold? We have other internet-based businesses but they are not related to the website being sold. 2. Are you willing to sign a 3-year non-compete contract in the industry that the website operates in? Yes. 3. Will you provide 1-3 months of post-sale support & training, in order to ensure that the buyer is able to fully take over the business and its operations? We will provide 12 months of post-sale support & training. Yes, I will provide - 1-3 month support and training after project will be sold. 4. What are the primary growth opportunities that you see for the business going forward? - SEO. Constant and correct work with SEO will increase the number of customers in a few times. - Alternative sources of traffic. Engage other traffic sources such as social networks, traffic buying, etc. - Affiliate program. Be one of the first who will be getting traffic on site using affiliate program and beat competitor’s direct sales. - B2B Direct sales. Negotiate with the representatives of large companies, for the using our product in companies of any size tracking all actions on employees’ phones. 5. Are there any geographical limitations to the potential buyer of the business? No.

Online Business for Filmmakers w/ $134,000 Annual Cash Flow Passive Business with 290,000 Annual Pageviews
$380,000 Cash Flow: $134,343 Seller Financing
Online Business for Filmmakers w/ $134,000 Annual Cash Flow Passive Business with 290,000 Annual Pageviews

San Francisco, CA

Seller Interview The following information has been provided directly by the seller of the propery, during an interview session conducted by the broker prior to publishing the listing. BUSINESS 1. Please state your full name and company name, if it’s a corporate entity selling the website [Known to Broker] 2. Please briefly describe the business model Our business model is based on selling easy to understand educational material to filmmakers. 3. When was the business established? [Redacted]’s first sale was on 23 November 2014. However, before [Redacted] was established, one of our courses was available for sale on Udemy.com. Our first sale on Udemy was on the 5th of August 2014. 4. How has the business evolved since it was first established? We started with limited material covering only one aspect of filmmaking and over time we added educational materials on 2 more topics. In addition, we started offering LUTs (add-ons for the software). Our sales jumped from an average of $2,730 (for the first 6 months of 2015) to $10,482 (for the last 6 months as of today) due to the following factors: [Known to Broker, proprietary information will be disclosed to serious inquiries only] Sales for Black Friday, 2014 were $4,958 and jumped to $44,671 for Black Friday 2015. The main reasons for that growth [Known to Broker, proprietary information will be disclosed to serious inquiries only] Also for the 4th of July, we experienced a similar growth in sales, as sales for July 2015 were $5,827, and in July 2016 sales were $20,104. 5. Who is your typical customer? We believe our main customers are: 1- People who are interested in filmmaking as a career. This is becoming a viable option for more people due to filmmaking professional equipment and software becoming more affordable than ever (some even free). 2- Current filmmakers who want to advance their career by learning more skills. This includes filmmakers on all levels, from wedding & event videographers, all the way to people who work on feature films. Most of the time, our customers choose our products instead of traditional film school due to one or more of the following reasons: 1- They can’t financially afford traditional film school education. 2- The time commitment of traditional school is greater than they are able to commit to. 3- Technology in the filmmaking industry is moving too fast for film schools to keep up, which means that filmmakers need to learn more and more online, even if they finished film school. And they usually choose our platform, due to 2 main factors: 1- All the educational materials we have is simplified for the absolute beginner 2- Our material is designed to be condensed and to the point which makes the learning process faster than that of our competition. This helps students learn more in a shorter period. 3- We offer a lifetime access and free upgrades to future updates of the course. 4- We have been recommended by some of the top names in the filmmaking industry. (you can check this on the sales page, and we have references to them) 6. How is content produced (please provide a step-by-step process)? There are 2 types of content: Educational materials: For one week a year, I work on updating the existing course to accommodate the software updates. Sometimes we decide to add a new course where it can take up to 2 weeks depending on the course. Here’s the detailed process: 1- I start by outlining the course 2- I source the material that will be used in the course (through stock footage websites) 3- I record material that explains the features and techniques of the software. 4- I record material that shows real-life examples of what was taught in the course 5- I add visual aid/annotations to the material (this is very important) 6- I export and upload the material to [Redacted].com YouTube videos and blog posts: [Redacted].com content is about the main concepts of color grading. Which means that the content in the site doesn’t need to be updated, because the same concepts will hold true for years to come. Also, I add one YouTube video around every 2 months. These videos are much faster to produce (a couple of hours) and most of the time they do not include visual aides. 7. How do you source your customers? Our leads come from various sources: Direct traffic (filmmakers are typing in [Redacted] or [Redacted] in their browser) [Redacted].com which is our free color grading resource ranks high in google for relevant keywords (Here, we put banners advertising our paid products), and its included in the sale Our affiliates Our YouTube channel (more than 16,000 subscribed filmmakers) Free courses on [Redacted].com (they join our email list) Our Facebook page (over 5,000 page likes, of which 33% are from the U.S, 15% Europe, 3.5% Australia and New Zealand, 3% Canada) Our mentions on reputable filmmaking websites Some of the leads buy immediately. The rest are added to our email list after they sign up to one of our free courses. The leads then go through a fully automated lead nurturing process. After that, we send them promotional emails for our paid courses. 8. Are you the original owner of the business? Yes, I am the original owner of the business. 9. Why is the business being sold? Considering that (1) we net over $130,000/ year from this business, (2) it’s mostly passive, (3) we have over 21% repeat customers, selling it would not be the wisest idea. However, considering our very specific circumstances, we’re selling it for 2 main reasons: We believe that there is a huge opportunity in investing in real estate, So, we are looking to liquidate and invest in commercial and residential real estate properties. Our physical location is limiting our growth. The next step for us requires presence in the U.S, Canada, Europe, Australia or the Far East, where we can collaborate with more instructors to add more educational material (something that cannot be done easily if you are based here). 10. Are you looking to sell the company (stock sale) or just the assets of the business (asset sale)? We are selling the company with all its assets (websites, customer database, social media, educational material). PACKAGE 1. Please list all domain names that are included in the sale [Known to broker] Please note that [Redacted] and [Redacted] are the same site. They both lead to [Redacted].com. [Redacted] was the name of the website for the first week when we started. 2. Are there any social media accounts included in the sale? If so, please list them along with the URLs to such accounts. Yes, there are 3 social media accounts included in the sale: YouTube Channel (over 16,000 subscribers) Facebook page (over 5,000-page likes, of which 33% are from the U.S, 15% Europe, 3.5% Australia and New Zealand, 3% Canada Twitter ( 166 followers ) 3. Are there any mailing lists included in the sale? If so, which service providers are such lists held with and how many subscribers do they have? Yes, the email list is included in the sale. ActiveCampaign is our email service provider. We currently have over 8,100 email subscribers (all filmmakers, who are interested in online education). Each subscriber is tagged as bought or didn’t buy yet. Those who bought are tagged with the name of the products they bought. 4. Does the sale include existing customer data? If so, in which format is this provided and how extensive is the customer database? The customer data is stored in Teachable.com. We regularly download the CSV files. The database includes the customer’s name, email, courses enrolled in, revenue, the number of transactions, coupons used, sign-up date, last login date, and affiliate (if any). 5. Are there any rights, trademarks, intellectual property included in the sale? Not sure how to answer this. I’m not sure what qualifies as an intellectual property. However, our customers are familiar with [Redacted] and [Redacted]. I believe this might be considered intellectual property. COURSE DEVELOPMENT 1. Please provide a general step-by-step process that you go through to create a new course. 1. I start by outlining the course 2. I source the material that will be used in the course (through stock footage websites) 3. I record material that explains the features and techniques of the software. 4. I record material that shows real-life examples of what was taught in the course 5. I add visual aid/annotations to the material (this is very important) 6. I export and upload the material to [Redacted].com 2. How often are these courses updated with new content currently? Some are updated once a year, while other courses do not require any updating. 3. What opportunities exist to create new courses or content? Our platform currently has 4 paid courses. The 5th paid product is a filmmaking software add-on called LUTs (Look Up Tables). Filmmakers are in need of simplified educational material on more aspects of filmmaking, such as: Editing Vegas pro Final cut pro Avid media composer Edius Coloring Assimilate scratch Autodesk lustre MB Looks Sound Logic pro Adobe audition Microphones Mic placements Visual effects / 3D After effects Cinema 5D Fusion (A huge opportunity now) Specialized filmmaking for Wedding Events Food Music videos Short / Indie films Cinematography Advanced lighting Lenses Camera basics Camera-specific material Drones filmmaking Creative Storyboarding Script / screenwriting 4. Content does not violate trademark/copyright/TOS We can’t answer this with 100% certainty, however, the Senior Director of Marketing of BlackMagic Design (the company that owns [Redacted]), contacted me via email. I can forward you the email. Here is an excerpt: “Hi Alex, I love your YouTube channel and enjoy the content you produce. I can’t wait to see what kind of videos you come up for version 12.5! If you ever have any questions, feel free to ask. We appreciate you being a part of the [Redacted] community.” 5. Do developed courses pull or borrow from any other sources? Is the content 100% original based on your expertise, or do you borrow or paraphrase content from any others sources? 100% original Also, teachers around the world have been teaching [Redacted] (and many other filmmaking software) for years now. OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE 1. Please provide a breakdown of ownership and the organizational structure of the business. [Known to Broker], owner (100%), Educational material creations, 50% take of net profit. [Known to Broker], sales, marketing & customer service, 50% take of net profit. 2. Please provide a breakdown of the operations of your business Customer Support - replying to customer’s emails. Less than 1 hour/week. Preparing marketing material for seasonal events (Black Friday, 4th of July and Flash Sale). This includes building sales pages, contacting affiliates, and creating coupon codes, creating course bundles, email our list - 2 days / seasonal event or 16 hours/ seasonal event. In the last 12 months, we did 4 seasonal events (Black Friday, 4th of July and March’s and June's Flash Sale). That amounts to 64 hours for all three seasonal events. Updating courses - record updates - 1 week for 8 hours/day. That amounts to 56 hours Creating a new course - (refer to our answer to question 1 from the course development section of this interview) - 87 hours (Average) 3. Does the owner of the site need any specific skillsets in order to successfully maintain and manage the site? This is based on whether you keep things as is, or whether you want to grow [Redacted]. If you just want to run & maintain the existing websites without growing it, then: We’ll help you find a colorist who’ll update the courses for a fee (a lot of them will be happy to do it for the exposure). I can help in updating the courses, for next year. The buyer must know the basics of internet marketing (which can be easily learned). To put things in perspective, my wife who’s a dentist and knows nothing about filmmaking is running the business (marketing and customer service). She’ll help the buyer transition to the marketing and customer service role. If the buyer wants to grow the business, then: Mainly he/she needs to be able to manage relations with multiple instructors in the film industry because the topics added are diverse and they cannot be grasped by one person, even if it’s a filmmaker. For an example, think of lynda.com, where they teach multiple topics, and the management does not necessarily understand all the topics being taught. 4. How do you handle customer support and what is the average volume? We handle customer support through email. Customer support is mainly: Processing refunds (we only had 18 requests for a full refund in the last 12 months). This can easily be done from the website’s dashboard. Customers who have a technical problem with the website. This can be solved from the website's dashboard (we will explain how) Customer support is limited to refunds and problems logging-in. We are not obliged to answer any course-related questions we receive via email. The average volume is 1 email / week. TRAFFIC & MARKETING 1. Have you done any Search Engine Optimization? If so, what level of SEO effort is required for the site to maintain its current traffic levels? No, we have not done any SEO effort or optimization. The reason for the good ranking is the relevance of the material we are producing. 2. To your knowledge, has the site ever received any search engine penalties (manual or algorithmic)? We are not aware of any such penalties. However, we are not experts and would welcome any research into this. 3. What level of SEO effort is required for the site to maintain its current traffic levels? The content of the main site that generate leads ([Redacted].com) does not need to be changed or updated, so I don't think a certain level of SEO is required for it to stay relevant. 4. Do you or have you ever purchased traffic? If so, please provide a brief overview No, we have never purchased traffic. However, we advertise and pay for sponsored content. (not sure if this is considered "purchasing traffic") 5. Do you run any other marketing campaigns, such as display advertising, social media marketing, offline advertising or anything else? On some campaigns, we've used facebook, and to a lesser extent Adwords. and we pay for sponsored content. 6. Please briefly explain your advertising and PR methods (i.e. how many networks / websites have you used in the past 2 years and do you have any ongoing relationships with these vendors?) Over the past year, we used 2 websites for sponsored content: RedSharkNews and 4KShooters For banner advertising we used 3 websites: Cinema5D, NoFilmSchool, and 4KShooters. 4KShooters became an affiliate. With our limited experience in web advertising, we were unable to get good results from banner advertising and google AdWords. 7. Do you have any deals in place with 4kshooters.net? (around 8% of traffic is from there) 4KShooters became our affiliate in January 2016 FINANCIALS 1. Which payment processor(s) does the website utilize? Teachable.com (which is the platform for [Redacted]) processes all of the payments. They send us one lump sum every month to our PayPal account. However, Teachable also allows the option of plugging in your own stripe and PayPal account. That way you can receive payments instantly. 2. Please confirm that all revenue sources are transferable to the new owner Yes, all revenue sources are transferable to the new owner. 3. Are you able to provide live revenue verification? Yes, we are definitely able to verify our revenue live. 4. Is the website’s revenue kept separate from other businesses and/or personal accounts? Yes. 5. Can the website’s revenue be accurately tracked back to the website, i.e. do payment descriptions/details include the website’s name or reference to the website’s products? Yes. 6. Please provide a brief overview of your average profit margins and how have they evolved over the last 12 months? Our average profit margin is 78% 2015 Aug 89.37% Sep 64.91% Oct 80.66% Nov 95.19% Dec 91.70% 2016 Jan 42.93% Feb 82.70% Mar 90.86% Apr 60.96% May 76.68% Jun 72.56% Jul 90.20% 7. What is the site’s average Refund/Return rate over the last 12 months? What is the primary reason for the returns? We had a total of 18 refunds in the last 12 months, out of 1809 sales (less than 1% refund rate). This can be verified through the school’s dashboard, (which is hosted by Teachable, a third party). Some of the 18 refund requests didn’t have a reason (We offer an unconditional 100% 30-day money back guarantee). The rest sighted things like “Not what I expected” and “I’m not satisfied with the purchase”. 8. What are the main expenses of the business? (please list any recurring expenses that account for more than 1% of overall revenue) Here are the expenses for the past 12 months: Affiliate fees - $6,300 / Non-recurring / Variable Sponsored content - $5,800 / Non-recurring / Variable Advertising - $3,944 / Non-recurring / Variable Platform - $2,291 / Recurring / Fixed Refunds & Chargebacks - $1,998 / Non-recurring / Variable Email marketing software - $840 / Recurring / Fixed Web Hosting - $360 / Recurring / Fixed Zapier - $120 / Recurring / Fixed LUTs processing fees - $67 / Non-recurring / Variable Domain Registration Fees - $36 / Recurring / Fixed 9. Please list the courses you’ve offered since inception and add the total sales revenue for each (incl. date range) total downloads. [Known to Broker, proprietary information will be disclosed to serious inquiries only] 10. What contributed to the increase in sales in March 2016? We had a flash sale in March that totaled $10,098 in sales. The rest of March's revenue is from our organic sales. TECHNICAL 1. What platform does the website use? [Redacted].com uses Teachable.com’s platform The rest of the websites are Wordpress based. 2. Has the website changed platforms in the last 2 years? No, we haven’t changed [Redacted].com’s platform. However, when we first started (before we even had a website), one of our courses was hosted on Udemy.com 3. Where is the site hosted and does this need to change after purchase? [Redacted].com is hosted on Teachable.com The rest of the websites are hosted on Liquidweb.com That doesn’t need to be changed after purchase. COMPETITION 1. Please describe your main competitors Our competitors are entities who offer online education for filmmakers. The main ones are: taoofcolor.com colorgradingcentral.com mixinglight.com RippleTraining.com 2. What makes the website better than its competition? 1- All the educational materials we have is simplified for the absolute beginner 2- Our material is designed to be condensed and to the point which makes the learning process faster than that of our competition. This helps students learn more in a shorter period. 3- We offer a lifetime access and free upgrades to future updates of the course. 4- We have been recommended by some of the top names in the filmmaking industry. MISCELLANEOUS 1. Do you own any other internet-based businesses? If so, are any related to the website being sold? No. 2. Are you willing to sign a 3-year non-compete contract in the industry that the website operates in? Yes. 3. Will you provide 1-3 months of post-sale support & training, in order to ensure that the buyer is able to fully take over the business and its operations? Yes. 4. What are the primary growth opportunities that you see for the business going forward? Fusion & Lumetri There is a big and immediate opportunity in creating educational materials for both topics, Fusion & Lumetri. 1) Fusion: it holds the biggest opportunity being linked to our main product ([Redacted]), where all of our current students are interested in it. Currently, there aren’t many educational materials about it, as it was made free recently. 2) Lumetri: The most popular Lumetri explanation video on YouTube happens to be our video. This is a huge opportunity to move people to [Redacted].com to learn about Lumetri. Adding more courses: 21% of our customers bought more than one product. Our platform currently has 4 paid courses only. The 5th paid product is a filmmaking software add-on called LUTs (Look Up Tables). Filmmakers are in need of simplified educational material on more aspects of filmmaking such as screenwriting, sound, cameras and more. Adding more courses will grow the platform. Search Engine Optimization: We have never paid attention to SEO, and yet a large portion of our traffic is organic due to the relevance of our content. Improving SEO will mean even more organic traffic. Film School student discounts: [Redacted].com can offer exclusive deals for film schools in the U.S, Canada, Europe, Australia and the far east. Banner Advertising: We tried banner advertising, however, we lacked the expertise to make it work. This is an opportunity to increase sales. Collaboration or Mergers: Collaborating or merging with an existing film educational platform. Adding more text to [Redacted].com: The content in [Redacted].com is mostly videos. Since Google reads mostly text, not video, adding more text will improve will likely increase the organic traffic and increase the number of keywords [Redacted] ranks for. Adding more affiliates: At the moment we only have 3 affiliates. Becoming an affiliate for companies selling physical products Filmmakers buy a lot of equipment such as cameras, lenses, monitors, audio equipment, lighting equipment, drones, cranes, rigs and much more. Creating more free resource type websites: [Redacted] (LCG), as the name implies is a free resource for color grading. However, filmmakers need more free resources addressing different topics in filmmaking. Each free resource can be a stand alone website (just like LCG), that links back to [Redacted]. You can create free resources about editing, cameras, sound, lighting, etc. 5. Are there any geographical limitations to the potential buyer of the business? No, it’s not required in order to run and maintain the business. The majority of our customers are based in a different region and time zone than us. However, if the buyer wants to grow the business through collaborating with instructors, It’s definitely beneficial if the buyer is located in the U.S, Canada, Europe, Australia or the Far East.

Established SF Dog Walking Business Personal, Family owned
$525,000 Cash Flow: $100,000
Established SF Dog Walking Business Personal, Family owned

San Francisco, CA

This is a personal, family owned dog walking service. We specialize in group walks, consisting of up to 8 dogs per group. We also offer private puppy daycare. We've been providing our dog walking and puppy training services to San Francisco residents for over 10 years. Over 100 clients, 5 dog walkers, 1 general manager. Our client base is centralized around Pac Heights, Russian Hill and stretches to N. Beach, Marina, Inner Richmond, and Mission Districts. Clients pay for a monthly plan (full time plans begin at $500/ month, and part time plans at $350). We also provide All Day services, starting at $40/ day, and full time plans for $700). The past 5 years we have grossed over 350K. Very little overhead. Our dog walkers drive their own vehicles.

Health Vegan Concept in East Bay San Francisco Bay Area VEGAN CONCEPT IN EASY BAY AREA
$99,000
Health Vegan Concept in East Bay San Francisco Bay Area VEGAN CONCEPT IN EASY BAY AREA

San Ramon, CA

Healthy Cuisine Cafe for Owner/Operator… Easy to run ! Current Menu consists Organic, Vegan, Fresh, and Delicious! Vegetarian & Vegan...Hot and Cold Entrees, Drinks and desserts. Owner states that sales are increasing and feels strongly an owner operator could improve sales significantly as seller has another like business in the Sacramento area. Tastefully done Modern Dining area and more than adequate parking! This is a newer restaurant and concept…you can continue to use current concept or put your own concept in place. To keep the current concept, the seller and buyer would agree to certain terms as seller has a very successful store of the same concept in the Sacramento area. Very nice newer Retail shopping center in San Ramon near the Freeway. This Restaurant has excellent reviews and customers love the menu. Interior and Kitchen Are Super Clean and this is a turnkey restaurant. FF&E: All in Good clean condition include 8’ hood, Walk in & Reach ins, Prep tables and Deli stations, warmers, Flat & Grooved Grill, Range with 2 Ovens, POS, 3 Display TV’s and more! As you may know fees in this area are expensive and the seller has already invested close to asking price, so you don’t have to! Lease: Reasonable Rent at $6,400… All In for 2,275 sqf.! Sales average 2015 approx. $28,000 a month - seller stated sales. Reason for selling: Seller wished to stay in one area and not commute. Please agree to the NDA in this listing and stop by as a customer…you will love the space and enjoy the menu! Please do not talk to employees! Go to SellingRestaurants.com For Your Restaurant Buying Needs.

4 y/o Content Site Earning $800/month via AdSense and Amazon Affiliate Passive Business Netting $7,000 Annual Profit
$22,000
4 y/o Content Site Earning $800/month via AdSense and Amazon Affiliate Passive Business Netting $7,000 Annual Profit

San Francisco, CA

Seller Interview BUSINESS DESCRIPTION 1. Please state your full name and company name, if it’s a corporate entity selling the website [Known to broker] 2. Please briefly describe the business model TheTechMentor.com is a website that offers advice and “how to” articles geared towards people trying to solve various computer problems and/or computer techs wanting to start IT businesses 3. When was the business established? 2006 4. How many affiliate relationships do you have? Amazon Affiliates. 5. How do you generate content? All content is completely original and written by me. 6. How has the business evolved since it was first established? I first started the site in 2006 as CaseyTech.com. It was primarily a computer repair tech blog. I wrote several advice and “how to” articles to help anyone from the average person to computer techs trying to solve problems with their computers. In 2007 I changed the site to EmergingTechs.com and continued writing the same type of content. Over the following years I didn’t update the site very much as I was busy with my IT services business. In 2012, after selling my IT services business, I changed the site to TheTechMentor.com and decided to gear the site more towards helping computer techs start IT services businesses. I wrote some additional articles geared towards that topic, created a first incentive offer called “How to Make Your First $1000 as an IT Consultant” to get people to sign up for my email list, and eventually created an e-course called “The IT Services Business Blueprint” which guides people through starting an IT services businesses completely from scratch. 7. Who is your typical visitor? My typical visitor is someone who comes across my site while trying to solve a computer issue. For example, a few of my most popular articles are “How to Recover Data from a Crashed Hard Drive” (Ranked #1 in Google) and “How to Restore Deleted Files After Emptying the Recycle Bin” (Ranked #3 in Google) along with many others that are highly ranked. 8. Are you the original owner of the business? If not, when did you purchase it and how has it evolved since? I am the original owner. 9. Why is the business being sold? My time is once again stretched thin and I can no longer devote time to the site. I feel like it could be a great site and could be monetized much better if someone wanted to spend more time with it. PACKAGE 1. Please list all domain names that are included in the sale TheTechMentor.com EmergingTechs.com (301 Redirected) CaseyTech.com (301 Redirected) 2. Are there any social media accounts included in the sale? If so, please list them along with the URLs to such accounts. I have both a Facebook Page and a Twitter account for TheTechMentor.com that I can transfer to you. Neither of them have any content on them. https://www.facebook.com/TheTechMentorcom-466591310031035/ https://twitter.com/ttechmentor 3. Are there any mailing lists included in the sale? If so, which service providers are such lists held with and how many subscribers do they have? Yes. It is set up through GetResponse and I currently have 4,676 subscribers. I typically gain new subscribers every day through people signing up for my first incentive offer “How to Make Your First $1000 as an IT Consultant”. I have several autoresponders set up to engage my subscribers to warm them up as customers. 4. Does the sale include existing customer data? If so, in which format is this provided and how extensive is the customer database? Only the Wordpress and WishList Member data for users who have signed up for my e-course. TRAFFIC & MARKETING 1. What are the primary traffic sources of the site? Google, Bing, and various backlinks from other sites that have linked to me. 2. Have you done any Search Engine Optimisation? None other than Wordpress plugins such as Wordpress SEO. 3. To your knowledge, has the site ever received any search engine penalties (manual or algorithmic)? No. 4. What level of SEO effort is required for the site to maintain its current traffic levels? None other than what’s already implemented. 5. Do you or have you ever purchased traffic? If so, please provide a brief overview No. 6. Do you run any other marketing campaigns, such as display advertising, social media marketing, offline advertising or anything else? No. 7. How does the site rank for related keywords? TheTechMentor.com ranks really well for related industry keywords. For example, the site ranks #1 for “How to become a computer technician” and #3 for “computer technician.” Over the years, TheTechMentor.com has accumulated 132 backlinks, many of which come from industry related domains referring to my website and course. FINANCIALS 1. Which payment processor(s) does the website utilise for the online course? PayPal. 2. Please confirm that all revenue sources are transferable to the new owner. Because my revenue comes from AdSense, Amazon Affiliate, and PayPal accounts, a user would just need to create their own accounts and replace my account information with theirs 3. Are you able to provide live revenue verification? Yes. 4. Is the website’s revenue kept separate from other businesses and/or personal accounts? While all revenue transfers into my personal account, the new owner should have no problem switching the revenue stream to their account if they have their own AdSense, Amazon Affiliate, and PayPal account, which can be easily set up. 5. Can the website’s revenue be accurately tracked back to the website, i.e. do payment descriptions/details include the website’s name or reference to the website’s products? Yes. 6. Please provide a brief overview of pricing and how has it evolved over the last 12 months? The pricing hasn’t evolved very much. I’ve opened the course up twice over the past 12 months. The second time I opened it I added another smaller course (using the same lessons, just not all of them) for people who want to start an IT side business instead of a full-time IT business. Here are the signup options: 2015 Sign Up Options Full Time IT Business Course: $59/month for 6 months. Full Time IT Business Course: $299 single payment (discounted) 2016 Sign Up Options Full Time IT Business Course: $97/month for 3 months. Full Time IT Business Course: $247 single payment (discounted) IT Side Business Course: $47/month for 3 months. 7. What is the site’s average Refund/Chargeback rate over the last 12 months? What is the primary reason for refund requests? Over the past 12 months, I’ve issued 2 refunds. Both students were farther along in their business than what the course covered. 8. What are the main expenses of the business (please list any recurring expenses that account for more than 1% of overall revenue) Web Hosting (DigitalOcean): $24/month Email List Management (GetResponse): $45/month Payment Processing (PayPal): $20/month 9. What is the approximate breakdown of clients by different price levels? 2015 Sign Up Options (Entire 2015 Year) Full Time IT Business Course: $59/month for 6 months. 8 Students Full Time IT Business Course: $299 single payment (discounted). 4 Students 2016 Sign Up Options (This Year So Far) Full Time IT Business Course: $97/month for 3 months. 1 Student Full Time IT Business Course: $247 single payment (discounted). 1 Student IT Side Business Course: $47/month for 3 months. 2 Students OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE 1. Please provide a breakdown of ownership and the organizational structure of the business. I am the sole owner 2. Please provide a breakdown of the operations of your business I spend on average less than 1 hour each week maintaining the site. The time I do spend is either maintaining Wordpress (updating Wordpress and plugins) or answering emails from my Autoresponders, blog comments, or my e-course when it is running. 3. Does the owner of the site need any specific skillsets in order to successfully maintain and manage the site? If the new owner wants to personally continue helping people with computer problems or helping people start IT businesses then they would need to have an understanding of one or both of these topics. Otherwise, they could put the site on autopilot and not offer any personal advice. 4. How do you handle customer support and what is the average volume? I personally handle it. The only customer support necessary is when the e-course is running and it’s probably less than an hour a week. 5. Do you employ any people or use any freelancers and if so, are such contracts accounted for on the Profit & Loss Statement and transferable to the new owner? No. 6. How often can a course be run, and does it cover the same material each time? The course can be opened as much as you want. You can leave it open indefinitely as well. I only opened it 2 times within the past 12 months just because I was busy with other things. It always covers the same material with 2 to 3 lessons (out of 29 total) being unlocked every week over the course of 3 months for the students. This is all automated through WishList Member. The course is composed of content on protected webpages (not videos) with each lesson having its own individual page so you can edit the content on the fly or as you see fit. TECHNICAL 1. What platform does the website use? (e.g. WordPress, Shopify, etc.) Wordpress with the OptimizePress theme and WishList Member for the e-course protection and user management. 2. Where is the site hosted and does this need to change after purchase? DigitalOcean. The new owner would need to either transfer this account into their name or transfer the site to their own server. COMPETITION 1. Please describe your main competitors I am not aware of any other site that offers an e-course on how to start an IT services business. For the computer repair articles, any other site that offers those would be a competitor. 2. What makes the website better than its competition? It’s the only site that I’m aware of that offers an e-course on how to start an IT services business. MISCELLANEOUS 1. Do you own any other internet-based businesses? If so, are any of them related to the website being sold? No. 2. Are you willing to sign a 3-year non-compete contract in the industry that the website operates in? I can sign a non-compete agreeing that I will not create another course that helps people start an IT services business. I cannot sign a non-compete as far as helping people with computer problems because I do make money from this offline. 3. Will you provide 1-3 months of post-sale support & training, in order to ensure that the buyer is able to fully take over the business and its operations? I will offer 1 month of post-sale support & training. 4. What are the primary growth opportunities that you see for the business going forward? The new owner can continue to write computer repair advice and “how to” articles to grow organic traffic. They can also reach out to new affiliate partners such as data recovery software and services, computer repair parts vendors, etc. to generate additional revenue. They could also work with additional ad networks or sell private ads to increase ad revenue. The new owner can also focus on growing the course subscriptions through the current email list or additional marketing efforts. 5. Are there any geographical limitations to the potential buyer of the business (i.e. do they need to be based in a particular country, region or time zone to handle customer enquiries or to take over the financial and other accounts)? No. 6. Is there anything else you would like to add? I would ask that the new owner's do not use my name to sell the course. Since I wouldn't be running it, I would like to keep myself separate from a course that I no longer operate.

San Francisco Language School, Translation and Business Training Excellent Location With Established Client Base
San Francisco Language School, Translation and Business Training Excellent Location With Established Client Base

San Francisco, CA

IDESLI is committed to helping professionals, companies and organizations bridge linguistic gaps, build and expand their network, integrate the communities they work with and fulfill their mission by ensuring success in all projects and tasks involving a bilingual or multilingual approach. The company offers: - Language Courses in Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, French and Business English - Translation and Interpreting - Cross Cultural Communication and Business Training The IDESLI office is located in the heart of Down Town on the 13th floor of the JP Morgan building. We are in the SOMA district, the extension of Silicon Valley, and just one block from Montgomery BART station. Google, Twitter, Salesforce, Deloitte, LinkedIn and many other well-known companies are only a few buildings or blocks away. Most of our students and clients are high-level professionals at these companies. The atmosphere at our office is professional, innovative, dynamic, fun, and fast-paced.

Cafe in the busy Union Square area. Cafe on Union Square San Francisco
$75,000
Cafe in the busy Union Square area. Cafe on Union Square San Francisco

San Francisco, CA

1. Heavy foot traffic area 2. Approx. 500 sq.ft. cafe 3. Easy to operate 4. Owner retiring 5. Upside potential 6. Great opportunity for start-up or 2nd location

6-Year-Old Beauty Products eCommerce 6-Year-Old Beauty Products eCommerce
$3,600,000 Cash Flow: $659,889 Seller Financing
6-Year-Old Beauty Products eCommerce 6-Year-Old Beauty Products eCommerce

San Francisco, CA

Being offered for sale is a 6-year-old well-established eCommerce business that sells high-end Health and Beauty products. Revenues are generated through multiple online sources of income such as their website LoveOurPrices.com, Amazon, eBay, Rakuten, Jet Walmart, and, Wish. In Amazon, it has received 929 feedback rating reviews in the last year putting it in the 7723 position overall among all Amazon.com sellers. Sales have been increasing every month with total revenue of all marketplaces in one year ascend to $2m with estimated 30% profit margin. Traffic is generated organically, and they have never invested in paid advertising. Included in the sale are the Domain LoveOurPrices.com and all the seller accounts. They currently have over $100k in inventory that is included in the selling price. Also, included in the sale email list of 5000, from the website orders and over 100k third party reseller client list.

Well Established Review Site for SUV's Well Established Review Site for SUV's
$25,000 Cash Flow: $16,811 Seller Financing
Well Established Review Site for SUV's Well Established Review Site for SUV's

San Francisco, CA

Being offered for sale is a well-established review site for sports utility vehicle (SUV's). The website provides articles, reviews, launch dates of new models and latest information on manufacturer's suggested retail prices (MSRP). All the revenue are generated through Google AdSense. All traffic on the site is organic from Google, Bing, Yahoo. Included in the sale are the domain name, all content on the site, and premium WordPress Theme.

3 Location Location- Well established Sushi Restaurant-Low rent/High net Completed remodeled, 18 month ago, Running semi absent base.
$450,000
Location Location- Well established Sushi Restaurant-Low rent/High net Completed remodeled, 18 month ago, Running semi absent base.

San Francisco, CA

Looking for qualify buyer who understand what it means to have business with Low rent, total remodeled, running by less employee. Well established for 12 years, total remoded 18month ago, lots of new condominum, auto dealer shop, hospital coming into area ( less then 5 blocks) Lots of growing potention for dinner business. Well established catering business will get you double income even before you open your restaurant door in the morning. All our customer are royal long time customers, 80% of customers are returning 20% is new. SBA loan is possible, E-2 visa is possible. I will also consider some amount of owner finace for motivated, qualified buyer. I've been mananging 2 business for last 6 years, and my 2nd business getting busier now, my family is getting biggier. This is only reason that I'm selling it now. (I have another business that I need full time attention now). Currently I'm spending average 3~4 hr/day to invoicing/talk to client etc. but it runs pretty much like semi absent. Currently I have 2 year and few month lease with 5 year of extension. Landload is very nice and flexible. They gave a discount twice over last 12 years. that is reason that I have so low rent. All other Current rent is about $5600(inclusive NNN), 3 % increment each year. All other competitors rent is over $12000 in this area. Private owner sales, but will work with brocker as well

8 y/o eCommerce Site making $28,000+ TTM Revenue Established Site Selling Fitness Bags with 77,000 Monthly Pageviews
$40,000
8 y/o eCommerce Site making $28,000+ TTM Revenue Established Site Selling Fitness Bags with 77,000 Monthly Pageviews

San Francisco, CA

Seller's Notes When was the business established? Established 2008 as a blog started selling bags 2010 What does the business do? We’re a lifestyle brand that specializes in creating the highest quality, trendy fitness and travel bags. Who is the typical customer? Working professional from a metropolitan area, loves fitness and quality gear What is included in the sale? All assets (tangible + intangible) and goodwill of LIVE WELL 360. Includes website, social media accounts (reach of thousands), existing partnerships, supply chain, inventory, etc. Is there anything unique or interesting about the business? All products thus far have been designed specifically for the brand. We have a loyal clientele and most of our sales are through social media/blog/word of mouth referrals. All of our products are uniquely designed and crafted - there is nothing else like them on the market. Why is the business being sold? We are selling due to personal hardship. A more hands on owner will be able to grow the business and take it to the next level. Monetization: How does the business make money? We sell high quality fitness and travel bags through our ecommerce channel, which averages site traffic of 25-35k visitors/month. We currently have 6 products, backpack, tote, accel, core, robyn. Each have a very high and healthy margin. Monetized through ecommerce channels, including livewell360.com, Amazon, wholesale channels (other retailers). Owner’s monthly time requirement: How much time does it take the current owner to run? We are putting in less than 5 hours per week. Consisting of packaging/fulfillment, social media posting, customer service, general upkeep. Other activities are outsourced to writers, photographers, designers, coders, etc. Operations: What are the daily operations like and who’s responsible? Consisting of packaging/fulfillment, social media posting, customer service, general upkeep. Other activities are outsourced to writers, photographers, designers, coders, etc. Marketing: Have you done any Search Engine Optimization? If so, what level of SEO effort is required for the site to maintain its current traffic levels? Site is SEO friendly, white hat only. There is room for further optimization of articles and web pages. To your knowledge, has the site ever received any search engine penalties (manual or algorithmic)? None to our knowledge Do you or have you ever purchased traffic? If so, please provide a brief overview We do not purchase traffic Do you run any other marketing campaigns, such as display advertising, social media marketing, offline advertising or anything else? Active on social media accounts such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, etc. Growth Opportunities What are the primary growth opportunities that you see for the business going forward? There is a TON of untapped opportunity to grow the company. We have only touched the tip of the iceberg and most the the company's current success is attributed to word of mouth and stellar online reviews. These are some initiatives we had planned for growing the company, and go into further detail/discuss additional growth opportunities with the buyer. Scale content marketing strategy+blog Expand product offering (i.e. Apparel, new products, health/travel items etc) Paid advertising (social media/Google, etc) Misc optimization Are there initiatives you have yet to test explore and you think may lead to significant growth? Amazon is a massive untapped channel. Moving products to AWS will free up time, make products eligible for PRIME, thus providing a competitive advantage on Amazon. Partner with studios/retailers. We have done this in the past and has been successful. However, we currently do not have time to allocate to this which is why this has stopped. Buyer revive previous/existing relationships and build upon this. Additional Questions Does the business carry any inventory? If so, approximately how much inventory does the business keep at any given time and is any current inventory included in the price? Yes, appx 25k in inventory Where is the business’s inventory kept? If in a third party warehouse or storage unit, can the rental agreement / lease of such warehouse or storage unit be transferred over to the buyer? On site. Can be easily relocated to new owner or to AWS Is it necessary for the business to keep its inventory in a particular country or a state, in order to retain the current profitability? No How are shipments into and out of the warehouse / storage units managed? FIFO (first in first out) How many suppliers does the business use and for how long has the business used these suppliers? We have long term relationships with our suppliers Does the business benefit from any volume pricing arrangements with any of its suppliers? Yes Explain your payment terms with your supplier(s)? Net 30 Do you have written agreements with said suppliers in place, and are such agreements transferable to the new owner? Yes What is the average lead time from the day order is placed until customer receives the good. 1-7 days domestic depending on location of customer Have you changed suppliers in the past, if so, why? No What is the site’s average Refund/Return rate over the last 12 months? What is the primary reason for the returns? 6% refund rate. How has the business evolved since it was first established? Moved from an authoritative blog to monetizing with physical product. New products are released almost every year. Site went through major facelift as well as brand logo last year. Resulted in more of a store/product centered, and increased sales holiday season. Please list all domain names that are included in the sale Are there any social media accounts included in the sale? If so, please list them along with the URLs to such accounts. Livewell360.com, all social accounts, Amazon account, opensky. Are there any mailing lists included in the sale? If so, which service providers are such lists held with and how many subscribers do they have? Yes--mailchimp. Appx 10k Are there any rights, trademarks, intellectual property included in the sale? Yes all IP for livewell360.com incl ip on name Does the sale include existing customer data? If so, in which format is this provided and how extensive is the customer database? Yes, all customer data from start of business until today. Via exl or csv What platform does the website use? (e.g. WordPress, Shopify, etc.)Where is the site hosted and does this need to change after purchase? WP, all hosting and credentials will be transferred to new buyer Has the website changed platforms in the last 2 years? Yes moved from a blog centric platform to a product/ecommerce focused site that is intuitive, responsive, and easy to navigate To your knowledge, has the site ever received any search engine penalties (manual or algorithmic)? None Do you own any other internet-based businesses? If so, are any of them related to the website being sold? No Are you willing to sign a 3-year non-compete contract in the industry that the website operates in? Yes Are there any geographical limitations to the potential buyer of the business? The website can be relocated anywhere worldwide. Willing to assist with transition as necessary.

9 y/o Online Gaming Site Earning $74,000 in TTM 1.5 Million Pageviews and Strong Social Media Presence
$95,000
9 y/o Online Gaming Site Earning $74,000 in TTM 1.5 Million Pageviews and Strong Social Media Presence

San Francisco, CA

Seller's Notes BUSINESS DESCRIPTION 1. Please state your full name and company name, if it’s a corporate entity selling the website. [Known to Broker] 2. When was the business established? Our company was established in 2006. 3. How is the business monetized? MuchGames.com earns revenue through ad sales. 4. How are games added to the website? Either we purchase a license to use them from game designers or game designers give them to us to distribute. 5. Do you own the games on the website, or have rights to let users play them? Yes 6. What advertising methods do use (direct, network, sponsored posts, email blasts) We utilize Facebook's paid social advertising options to promote top games on Muchgames and drive page likes to its Facebook page. 7. How has the business evolved since it was first established? Its moving towards mobile traffic instead of desktop traffic. Because of this, we have shifted to HTML5 games instead of flash games. 8. Who is your typical visitor? Men aged 18-24. 9. Are you the original owner of the business? We are not the original owner. The site was purchased in August 2013. 10. Why is the business being sold? To reallocate internal resources toward other projects. 11. Are you looking to sell the company (stock sale) or just the assets of the business (asset sale). We are looking to sell the company MuchGames.com. 12. How many games are currently featured on the site? 28,826 13. How are the games identified and added to the site We have only added games from one game maker since we have owned the site. We searched for HTML5 game developers on google and built a relationship with one. I would be happy to share his contact details. 14. What percentage of the games do you have licenses for? This is unknown. All the games we have added are properly licensed however the previous owner added the bulk of the games to the site. I do not know the status of those. 15. What percentage of the games have been developed in house, if applicable? None 16. Who manages adding games to the site? We no longer ad games to the site. When we did, we employed a contractor to do this. PACKAGE 1. Please list all domain names that are included in the sale MuchGames.com 2. Are there any social media accounts included in the sale? If so, please list them along with the URLs to such accounts. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/muchgames/?fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/muchgames 3. Are there any mailing lists included in the sale? If so, which service providers are such lists held with and how many subscribers do they have? No 4. Are there any rights, trademarks, intellectual property included in the sale? No TRAFFIC & MARKETING 1. What are the primary traffic sources of the site? Google and Bing organic. 2. Have you done any Search Engine Optimization? We haven’t done any SEO, but still rank very well under organic search terms. 3. Do you or have you ever purchased traffic? If so, please provide a brief overview No 4. To your knowledge, has the site ever received any search engine penalties (manual or algorithmic)? No 5. Do you use, or have you experimented with direct / display advertising? If so, explain. No 6. Do you use, or have you experimented with, social media marketing Yes. We were promoting popular games on Facebook over the last few months. We started to see the ROI on this decrease so we stopped. Getting this right is a HUGE opportunity for the next buyer. 7. Are there any other sales / marketing initiatives that you use, or have experimented with? i.e. offline advertising, networking events, etc. No OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE 1. Please provide a breakdown of ownership and the organizational structure of the business. Managing the site is very easy. It takes 1 hour per week on average simply answering emails. 3. Does the owner of the site need any specific skillsets in order to successfully maintain and manage the site? Nope 4. How do you handle customer support and what is the average volume? See #1 5. Do you employ any people or use any freelancers and if so, are such contracts accounted for on the Profit & Loss Statement and transferable to the new owner? Our existing support person handles this. Again, its maybe an hour a week. FINANCIALS 1. Which ad networks does the website utilise? Contact the broker for the Profit and Loss statement regarding this. Also, the ad networks are optimized using Google DFP. We can not transfer the account as it used for other sites but I can give the new buyer details on how we have it configured. 2. Please confirm that all advertiser accounts are transferable to the new owner We can transfer everything but AdSense. The new buyer will need their own account. 3. If your website utilizes direct advertising, how are these relationships managed? We don’t do direct advertising. 4. Are you able to provide live revenue verification? Yes, we’d walk the ultimate buyer through our ad network statements to verify that our P&L revenue is represented accurately. 5. Is the website’s revenue kept separate from other businesses and/or personal accounts? No. 6. Can the website’s revenue be accurately tracked back to the website, i.e. do payment descriptions/details include the website’s name or reference to the website’s products? Yes. 7. What are the main expenses of the business (please list any recurring expenses that account for more than 1% of overall revenue) Our expenses to operate this site are minimal as the infrastructure is already in place and is shared across the portfolio of properties. 8. If necessary, do you have tax returns available to support your revenue claims? No. TECHNICAL 1. What platform does the website use? (e.g. WordPress, Shopify, etc.) It is a custom PHP/MySQL site. It uses the Smarty template engine and CodeIgniter for the mobile site. There is an older blog located at http://www.muchgames.com/blog/ that is powered by WordPress 2. Where is the site hosted and does this need to change after purchase? It’s hosted on one of our servers now. Yes, we will need to transfer it your server/servers and our team will do that transfer for you to make it easy. COMPETITION 1. Please describe your main competitors There are a lot of game sites out there. 2. What makes the website better than its competition? The community of ~500,000 loyal users. MISCELLANEOUS 1. Do you own any other internet-based businesses? Yes, but they are all unrelated to Muchgames.com. 2. Are you willing to sign a 3-year non-compete contract in the industry that the website operates in? Yes, with regard to the use of flash games. 3. Will you provide 1-3 months of post-sale support & training, in order to ensure that the buyer is able to fully take over the business and its operations? We will transfer the site to their server(s), show them how to administer it and how the ads are configured. 4. What are the primary growth opportunities that you see for the business going forward? Adding more HTML5 (mobile) games, direct ad sales, Facebook marketing. 5. Are there any geographical limitations to the potential buyer of the business? There are no geographical limitations.

Established Allstate Insurance Agency For Sale Unlimited growth potential!
$579,000
Established Allstate Insurance Agency For Sale Unlimited growth potential!

San Francisco, CA

This is a well established Allstate Insurance Agency located in the heart of one of San Francisco's most popular neighborhoods, with a Book of Business at 1275 households and 1934 policies, written as of June 2016. The earned premium for the last 12 months is $2.34 million, with a retention rate of 87%. Purchasing an Allstate Insurance Agency requires both Property & Casualty as well as Life & Health insurance licenses. Buyers must also be approved by Allstate Corporate. Allstate provides extensive training and ongoing support to new agency buyers. Excellent ongoing renewal commission programs as well as unlimited opportunities for growth.

Women's Retailer is SF Marina Niche Women's Retailer in an Outstanding SF Marina Location
$149,000 Cash Flow: $60,000 Seller Financing
Women's Retailer is SF Marina Niche Women's Retailer in an Outstanding SF Marina Location

San Francisco, CA

This women's retailer has a very unique niche and a 10 year history of success in the same location. The operations platform is established and the store runs with an absentee owner. The website even generates online sales with absolutely no owner involvement. An involved owner can drive much higher sales. You cannot beat the location of this store. The owner has had offers close to $100k just to sell their lease to other retailers looking for space

4 Jackson Hewitt Tax Kiosk Locations in Walmart Walmart Tax Kiosk Locations located in San Francisco, California Area
$15,000
Jackson Hewitt Tax Kiosk Locations in Walmart Walmart Tax Kiosk Locations located in San Francisco, California Area

Mountain View, CA

Jackson Hewitt, Where Taxes Are Less Taxing TM We have more than 600 Franchisees, 80% of them operating multiple units ranking us #13 among all multi-unit franchise brands in 2014 according to FRANdata. Franchiseranking.com has also ranked Jackson Hewitt® as the #1 Financial and Accounting Franchise during 2015. Available locations: 7011 Main St American Canyon CA 94503 CA901 2700 Las Positas Rd Livermore CA 94558 CA248 30600 Dyer St Union City CA 94587 CA126 4501 Rosewood Dr Pleasanton CA 94588 CA158 600 Showers Dr Mountain View CA 94040 CA391 681 Lincoln Ave Napa CA 94558 CA333 1021 Arnold Dr Martinez CA 94553 CA173 170 Cochrane Plz Morgan Hill CA 95037 CA367 5095 Almaden Expy San Jose CA 95118 CA382 2203 LOVERIDGE RD PITTSBURG CA 94565 CA179 301 RANCH DR MILPITAS CA 95035 CA379 1919 DAVIS ST SAN LEANDRO CA 94577 CA151 This information is not an offer or solicitation of an offer for a franchise. It is for information purposes only. Currently, CA, HI, IL, IN, MD, MI, MN, NY, ND, RI, SD, VA, WA and WI regulate the offer and sale of franchises. We will not offer or sell franchises to residents of these state unless/until we have complied with applicable law.

Bar / Restaurant Bar / Restaurant
$498,000
Bar / Restaurant Bar / Restaurant

San Francisco, CA

Bar / Restaurant in a Great Location with a great lease. Very attractive but casual decor. This business makes money and have great potential. Must See!!

Top Rated Shopify E-commerce Web Design - Los Angeles, San Francisco HUGE growth! Owner turning away $50,000 to $400,000 in leads a month
$250,000
Top Rated Shopify E-commerce Web Design - Los Angeles, San Francisco HUGE growth! Owner turning away $50,000 to $400,000 in leads a month

Los Angeles, CA

ABOUT COMPANY Successful & profitable e-commerce web design business with explosive potential for the new owner(s). After being in business for over 5 years, this web design company has earned a top rated reputation that provides consistent income and an over abundance of quality profitable leads. With extremely low overhead (below $2,000 a year) and the bonus of earning partner commissions on all projects, the sky is the limit for profits for the new owner. • This is a home-based Web Design business that can be run from any location. • Currently this business does NOT outsource any work. All work is currently performed SOLELY by the owner. • $50,000-400,000 in leads per month from Los Angeles, San Francisco, and the USA. • Portfolio includes clients from well known global brands. • Commission account paying $10,000-15,000 per year and increasing. • Cost to run this business is below $2,000 a year. PREMIUM LEADS Due to an over abundance of leads, the owner is turning away on average $50,000 to $400,000 in leads per month. These leads come from organic regional searches, client referrals and other online profiles. No paid marketing is being done to acquire these leads, which are primarily from businesses in Los Angeles and San Francisco where this business places well in search results. All leads provide the potential for long-term client relationships and an unlimited up-sell potential going forward for other services you offer. WHAT YOU WILL GET • Ownership of this well established and Top Rated Web Design Business • A Top Rated Shopify Expert Profile • Profitable Shopify commissions account • Dozens of Excellent Reviews & Testimonials from Past and Current Clients • All Branding Graphics, Logos, Domain & Website • All companies accounts used for managing this business • Access to take over companies regular clients • Impressive Portfolio that includes well known brands. • $50,000 to $400,000 in leads a month • Comprehensive training on how to run this business WHAT YOU NEED TO RUN IT This business is niched for building e-commerce websites for businesses of all sizes and specializes in the top e-commerce platform Shopify (visit www.shopify.com for more details). The current services this business provides are; website theme design & development, online marketing, Search Engine Optimization, and more. • Knowledge of Shopify or someone on your team that does • Coding languages used are Ruby on Rails, HTML, Javascript, and CSS • Photoshop experience • Basic knowledge of Search Engine Optimization QUESTIONS? If you are interested in more information about this business please contact us. You will be asked to sign an NDA which we will provide.

Restaurant - Haight Restaurant - Haight
$168,000
Restaurant - Haight Restaurant - Haight

San Francisco, CA

Restaurant located in lower Haight Street area of San Francisco. Tremendous growth potential. Must See!!

Content Site Netting Over $64,000 in the TTM Passive News Content Website with Stable Traffic
$130,000 Cash Flow: $64,181
Content Site Netting Over $64,000 in the TTM Passive News Content Website with Stable Traffic

San Francisco, CA

Seller's Notes BUSINESS DESCRIPTION 1. Please state your full name and company name [Known to Broker] 2. Please briefly describe the business model TraderSapiens.ru is a niche website focused on the Russian-speaking online trading market; the website provides free news, reviews and tips on forex and binary options trading. The primary sources of revenue are affiliate links and advertising placements by brokerage companies, most of the incoming visitor traffic is organic from Google and Yandex. 3. When was the business established? The domain “tradersapiens.ru” was registered on the 24th of May, 2010, and has always been used for the current website. The latter was launched in July 2010. The “options.tradersapiens.ru” subsidiary project dedicated exclusively to binary options was launched in January 2012. 4. How many affiliate relationships do you have? At any given moment there are approx. 50-60 active affiliate relationships; the exact number varies with time as new brokerage companies appear or enter the market, and some brokerage companies go out of business or leave the market. Of the above mentioned amount, approx. 10-15 account for 95+% of revenue for any given month. 5. How do you generate content? There are two sources of content: the news and articles published by the website administration, written by freelance copywriters, and the visitor-generated content in the form of moderated comments. 6. How has the business evolved since it was first established? The project has been following the same business model since its inception. The changes have predominantly been quantitative rather than qualitative: higher income, more and closer affiliate relationships, more content, higher domain authority, etc. 7. Who is your typical visitor? The typical visitor is a 25-35 year old male from Russia or the CIS countries, interested in online trading. Other age groups comprise 60% of the visitor traffic, females account for 40% of the visitors. 8. Are you the original owner of the business? If not, when did you purchase it and how has it evolved since? [known to broker] are jointly the original owners of the business. 9. Why is the business being sold? TraderSapiens.ru is being offered for sale because the owners have decided to raise funds to invest into the development of other projects, including foremost the daily fantasy sports portal DFSboss (http://dfsboss.com/). We are currently reducing the number of projects we run to focus on a handful of primary ones. PACKAGE 1. Please list all domain names that are included in the sale The sale includes the primary domain “tradersapiens.ru” dedicated to forex, as well as the subdomain “options.tradersapiens.ru” dedicated to binary options. It is worth noting that the entire project’s revenue is currently obtained from the latter. 2. Are there any social media accounts included in the sale? If so, please list them along with the URLs to such accounts. The sale includes 3 social media accounts: vKontakte - https://new.vk.com/tradersapiens (the largest social network in Russia and the CIS; the group has 2400+ subscribers) Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/OptionsTraderSapiens/ Google Plus - https://plus.google.com/108898756249936073781 3. Are there any mailing lists included in the sale? If so, which service providers are such lists held with and how many subscribers do they have? The sale includes the project’s primary mailing list, which is sourced from the subscription form in the top right corner of the website, as well as the free e-book subscribers using the form at the bottom of most pages. There are currently 3000+ people on the list, and it is growing steadily with time. We send monthly emails to the list using UniSender (https://www.unisender.com/). 4. Does the sale include existing customer data? If so, in which format is this provided and how extensive is the customer database? The sale does not include customer data, as we do not collect any, apart from subscriber emails mentioned in the previous item. TRAFFIC & MARKETING 1. What are the primary traffic sources of the site? 90+% of the incoming visitors are organic traffic, from Google (ca 65%), Yandex (ca 25%) and other search engines (Mail.ru and Rambler). 2. Have you done any Search Engine Optimisation? We are doing both on-site and off-site SEO. On the on-site part, most of our pages are optimized for specific search phrases (avoiding keyword stuffing) and geared for maximum load speed; the off-site SEO efforts are primarily concerned with increasing the domain and page authority by gradually growing our high-quality backlink base and getting social likes, shares, etc from real accounts. 3. To your knowledge, has the site ever received any search engine penalties (manual or algorithmic)? To the best of our knowledge, the site has not been subject to penalties from search engines during the time of its existence. 4. What level of SEO effort is required for the site to maintain its current traffic levels? The level of SEO spending required to stay on the current traffic figures depends largely on the competitors’ future actions and strategies. According to our best understanding of the current state of the market and the already existing link mass and domain authority of the website, we believe that adding 3-5 new referring domains per month (which includes a mix of links to the home page and deep-links to strategically important broker review pages) should suffice to stay on the current positions in search results. 5. Do you or have you ever purchased traffic? If so, please provide a brief overview In 2014-2015 we have run several test campaigns on the following ppc and cpm platforms: Google AdWords, Yandex Direct, and vKontakte. The campaigns were targeting both specific broker reviews and general topics, such as “making money online”. None of the tests has provided a conclusive evidence of a sustainably positive ROI, which is why we have not purchased pay-per-click or any other type of traffic since. 6. Do you run any other marketing campaigns, such as display advertising, social media marketing, offline advertising or anything else? At the moment we are not running any marketing campaigns within the current project. 7. How does the site rank for related keywords? According to TopVisor (https://topvisor.ru/), the project (namely its “options.tradersapiens.ru” part) ranks in the top-10 for 50% of the tracked keywords in Google and 33% of the keywords in Yandex (a total of 430+ keywords are being tracked on a regular basis). In Google, the website ranks in the top-3 for 92 keywords, and in Yandex, we are in the top-3 for 45 keywords. FINANCIALS 1. Which companies / individuals does the website generate leads for? The website generates affiliate traffic for all existing brokerage companies in binary options which target the Russian-speaking web. The largest shares of traffic are currently channelled to FinMax (https://finmax.com/en/), IQ Option (https://iqoption.com/en), Olymp Trade (https://olymptrade.com/), Binomo (https://binomo.com/en), 24option (https://www.24option.com/), and Binarium (https://www.binarium.ru/). 2. When and how often do such lead buyers compensate for purchased leads? Most brokers send affiliate payments once per month, between the 1st and the 15th of the following month. Some, such as Binomo and IQ Option, pay two times per month. 3. Do you have a binding agreement with any such lead buyers and is this agreement transferable to the new owner? We do have implicit agreements with all affiliate partners – i.e. there are terms and conditions to which an affiliate automatically agrees when they sign up for an affiliate account; no physical agreements have been signed with any of the brokers. All existing affiliate accounts, including the existing traders and leads which might potentially convert in the future, are transferable to the new owner. 4. Are you able to provide live revenue verification? Yes. 5. Is the website’s revenue kept separate from other businesses and/or personal accounts? Yes. 6. Can the website’s revenue be accurately tracked back to the website, i.e. do payment descriptions/details include the website’s name or reference to the website’s products? Most of the affiliate payouts are done via electronic payment systems, and only some brokers include the name of the website in their payment descriptions/details. Regarding the ones that don’t, we are always happy to show live payment system accounts (such as Neteller, Skrill or Webmoney) and match the payments to the respective affiliated based on the date, amount and the name of the company. 7. What are the main expenses of the business (please list any recurring expenses that account for more than 1% of overall revenue) There are currently three primary expense categories: the monthly payments to the hosting provider (dedicated server, ca $70 per month), backlink building (the amount varies, typically in the range of $50-$200 per month) and content creation (the amount varies, typically in the range of $50-$100 per month). 8. If necessary, do you have tax returns available to support your revenue claims? Tax returns are unfortunately not available for this project since all payments are being done to electronic wallets. 9. Please list your payment terms (commission structure) for your primary affiliate relationships. The commission structure for the primary affiliates is as follows; commission plans for all existing affiliate accounts are available upon request, together with detailed monthly revenue figures for each broker. - 24option: CPA $300 - IQ Option: Volume Share 4% - FinMax: tiered CPA $200+ - Olymp Trade: Revenue Share 60% - Binomo: Revenue Share 40% - Binarium: Revenue Share 35% - Verum Option: Revenue Share 70% OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE 1. Please provide a breakdown of ownership and the organizational structure of the business. [known to broker], co-owner (50%), affiliate relations, advertising, finance; 50% take of net profit; 1 hour per week time commitment. [known to broker], co-owner (50%), SEO, technical development, content; 50% take of net profit; 1 hour per week time commitment. 2. Please provide a breakdown of the operations of your business Affiliate relations – getting new offers, information and deals from brokers, managing affiliate payouts – 0.5 hours per week. Advertising – processing occasional advertising offers – 0.2 hours per week. Finance – maintaining the reporting file – 0.3 hours per week. Search Engine Optimization – purchasing new links – 0.5 hours per week. Technical development – bug fixes, updates – mostly non-existed at this point, since the website has been optimized a while ago. Content – ordering new content from the freelance copywriter and publishing the completed texts – 0.5 hours per week. 3. Does the owner of the site need any specific skillsets in order to successfully maintain and manage the site? A basic understanding of SEO principles would be a plus, yet this too can be included in the project manual if need be. In case the new owner does not wish to spend time managing the website, we can potentially organize this as a service for a monthly fee of $100-200. 4. How do you handle customer support and what is the average volume? Since it is an information resource, there is virtually no customer support required on the website. 5. Do you employ any people or use any freelancers and if so, are such contracts accounted for on the Profit & Loss Statement and transferable to the new owner? We rely on a freelance copywriter for new content creation, this expense is included in the P&L statement; the service is transferrable to the new owner. TECHNICAL 1. What platform does the website use? (e.g. WordPress, Shopify, etc.) The website is based on the WordPress.org platform, with a custom-built theme; the website uses several specialized plugins, none of which require licenses or recurring payments. The new owner receives the right to use the custom theme on this and any other projects in whichever way they wish. 2. Where is the site hosted and does this need to change after purchase? The website is hosted on a dedicated server provided by Agava (http://agava.ru/) and can stay there after a purchase – the account can be transferred to the new owner. The server is physically located in Moscow in order to minimize response time for the target audience. COMPETITION 1. Please describe your main competitors The binary options affiliate market is quite fragmented in the Russian-speaking web, yet several large competitors can be pointed out: - BinaryMag (http://binarymag.ru/) - Binaro (http://binaro.ru/) - BinarOptions (http://www.binaroptions.ru/) Virtually all competitors employ the same business model and operational principles. None of existing large competitors can be said to dominate the market. 2. What makes the website better than its competition? The website’s primary competitive advantages are as follows: - High-quality, user-friendly design which follows UX best practices (good both for the users and for the search engine metrics). - Special focus on conversion optimization, from unique overlay design to page layouts and buttons tested to provide maximum click-through rates. - High page load speed (we’ve focused a lot of attention on optimizing the code and the server configuration for lowest loading times possible). - High quality of backlinks, only in-text same-niche links from established, non-spammy websites, as opposed to random link buying behaviours of the majority of competitors. The above factors make the project more stable, maintainable, and future-proof than most of the existing competition. MISCELLANEOUS 1. Do you own any other internet-based businesses? If so, are any of them related to the website being sold? Yes, the owners are also jointly running DFSboss (http://dfsboss.com/), an online community dedicated to daily fantasy sports on the Russian-speaking web. 2. Are you willing to sign a 3-year non-compete contract in the industry that the website operates in? This depends on the exact wording on the said contract; we will be happy to provide a definitive response to this question after examining the specific document. 3. Will you provide 1-3 months of post-sale support & training, in order to ensure that the buyer is able to fully take over the business and its operations? Yes, we will be happy to assist with any questions and issues regarding running the website. 4. What are the primary growth opportunities that you see for the business going forward? The most important potential future growth possibilities are as follows: - Further improving domain authority via targeted SEO efforts in order to rank higher for more keywords in both Google and Yandex, thus increasing the organic traffic. - Developing the tradersapiens.ru domain – adding more forex brokers and other optimized content, link-building and new affiliate partnerships. This part of the website is currently under-developed and can provide a separate revenue stream given certain development efforts. - Incorporating media advertising into options.tradersapiens.ru, such as Google AdSense, Yandex Banner Network, etc. - Offering paid article placements, guest posts and/or SEO links. 5. Are there any geographical limitations to the potential buyer of the business (i.e. do they need to be based in a particular country, region or time zone to handle customer enquiries or to take over the financial and other accounts)? To the best of our knowledge, there are no geographical limitations to the potential buyers. 6. Do you have anything to add to the above? To recap, the business package offered for sale includes: - Domain name tradersapiens.ru - The underlying websites, tradersapiens.ru and options.tradersapiens.ru (unique content, custom WordPress theme+plugins setup) - Hosting on a dedicated server (if required by the buyer) - Email accounts associated with the domain - Affiliate accounts with all represented brokerage companies - A comprehensive written guide on running the business - Freelancer’s contacts for content creation - Social media pages (vKontakte, Facebook, Google Plus) - Marketing materials (standard advertising offer) - Subscriber list of 3000+ people interested in online trading - Google Analytics account (administrator rights to the existing account)

5 Organic Coffee Cafe Established cafe, coffee, beer and wine
$75,000
Organic Coffee Cafe Established cafe, coffee, beer and wine

San Francisco, CA

Organic local artisan coffee and espresso, breakfast and lunch menu, handmade fresh sandwiches, pastries, blended yogurt smoothies, assorted drinks, wine and beer. Open Mon - Sat, 6:30am until 3pm. Located near St. Joseph Hospital and takes fax or call in orders. 65% of sales are take out. There is a 15 minute green limited parking space directly in front of shop for take out customers. Also has high client base of construction workers from surrounding area due to remodeling of existing homes for Silicon tech employees. Wonderful opportunity for family run business. Established since 2003 and currently under same owner since 2008.

2 Family Hair Salon Kids and Family Salon and Retail
$75,000 Cash Flow: $38,000
Family Hair Salon Kids and Family Salon and Retail

Tiburon, CA

We are a boutique upscale retail store started by a Marin mom who saw a need for a different kind of hair salon for kids. We offer a full service salon experience for kids of all ages, cater to children's and families' needs, and retail high quality natural products. We have a loyal existing clientele, a full staff, and were built out brand new 2.5 years ago. We have a string presence in the community, and clients come from all over Marin, San Francisco, and the east bay. The operation is fully turn-key. We are located in the courtyard at the Boardwalk Shopping Center in Tiburon, CA, directly behind a brand new Rustic bakery. The location is ideal with ample, free customer parking, and a designated personal parking spot on site. It is surrounded by retail business including shops, restaurants, services, and a Woodlands market. It is one block from downtown main street and the ferry dock.

Fast Growing Bottled Water Beverage Company Fast Growing Bottled Water Beverage Company
Fast Growing Bottled Water Beverage Company Fast Growing Bottled Water Beverage Company

San Francisco, CA

The Company offers a single water product which is high alkaline, electrolyte and antioxidant water in 16.9 ounce,20 ounce and 33.8 ounce. New product volumes are forthcoming in 1.5 liter and 23 ounce sizes. The Company primarily markets in store by offering price promotions and temporary price reductions to distributors, retailers and consumers 3 to 4 times a year. Company also markets to retailers by email 3 to 4 times a month regarding any unique case stack deals the Company makes available that month. Company grew by utilizing several independent contractor sales reps/brokers in various parts of the country bringing on new stores, selling case stacks to existing stores and merchandising shelves at 5% commission for their region. Most of the revenue comes from the Natural Food distributors through the country including UNFI, KEHE/Tree of Life and Nature's Best. Company also has direct wholesale customers which represent about 20% of the revenues. There are no risks with a change of ownership or anyone leaving the company. The customers are loyal to the brand/product that continues to sell through their shelves. For a complete Confidential Business Review, please contact us by submitting the inquiry form.

Household Items Amazon Store Household Items Amazon Store
$400,000 Cash Flow: $104,085 Seller Financing
Household Items Amazon Store Household Items Amazon Store

San Francisco, CA

Being offered for sale is a 2-year-old Amazon store that sells household items and kitchen products. The model is fulfilment by Amazon (FBA).Traffic is driven to the store through organic searches, and through Amazon and Amazon sponsored ads. Included in the sale is The Amazon Store, the domain name (Cortunex.com),) the website files & database (still under dev), the suppliers list, the products design, the products boxes design, the calculation sheet (A-Z cost & revenue ), keywords Research tool, and the Facebook page (3k Fans).

Internationally Patented Home Improvement Product Internationally Patented Home Improvement Product
Internationally Patented Home Improvement Product Internationally Patented Home Improvement Product

Rocklin, CA

Company is selling a multi-channel product line that enjoys the highest ranking in its category by Consumer Reports two years in a row for its patented and in-demand home improvement products.This product line greatly benefits consumers by reducing time, headache and cost for the home improvement solution it provides. Brand is currently sold through a network of dealers who in turn sell and install it for the homeowner. The multi-patented product is made from the highest quality materials whose design is based on years of testing and experience. Sale includes all patents associated with the flagship line and licensing agreements for the alternative solutions lines. Sales also includes full trademark licensing rights and access to turn key Chinese manufacturers for immediate production capability. This product line has been featured in numerous published media throughout North America including network new stations ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox; Cable TV such as This New House and Renovation Nation; Magazines and business journals including Popular Mechanics, This Old House, Manufacturing Today, Consumer Reports and many others; Major newspapers such as Washington Post, Baltimore Sun, LA Times, San Francisco Chronicle, just to name a few. Please note we have not included operating expenses in our EBITDA calculation; hence gross profit and EBITDA are the same number.

6 y/o Established Hosting Business Netting $250,000/year Stable MoM cash flow with 130,000 annual page views
$675,000
6 y/o Established Hosting Business Netting $250,000/year Stable MoM cash flow with 130,000 annual page views

San Francisco, CA

Executive Summary We offer hosting solutions to Enterprise clients needing to move their databases to the cloud. Originally the business offered hosting solutions for Microsoft Access, and now expanded to Microsoft SharePoint, SQL, dedicated machines, and Remote Desktop servers. The typical customers are businesses that need to access their databases, software and desktop computers via the cloud. The package for sale includes 27 associated domains and social media accounts (Twitter, Facebook, YouTube). Additionally, there is a Mail Chimp list of over 24k emails along with the customer data since inception. Business Model The business is monetized through the sale of hosting services to enterprises looking to move their databases to the cloud. Customers sign up via a 30-day trial, which the converts to a monthly-billing subscription. The churn rate for this business has never exceeded more than 3% quarterly. The current owner is the sole employee of the business and spends closer to 20 hours on the business in the form of selling, blogging, and engineering new servers for new clients. Growth Opportunities A simple growth opportunity for this business would be the increased advertising spend on reaching new clients. Currently, there are no significant marketing campaigns. Promotions via Social Media and Tech Forums have proved to be extremely successful for a lot of hosting businesses and our website would be no exception. Hiring an outsourced support and sales person to service these issues would provide an opportunity for the buyer to focus on larger strategic initiatives such as new services and serving new enterprise markets. Utilizing the 24k+ mail chimp list to generate new sales and upsells to existing customers would be a strong growth opportunity for revenue growth. Affiliate relationships can also be a strong source of growth with partner sites promoting our services.

Established Restaurant For Sale RESTAURANT DETAIL
$130,000 Cash Flow: $60,000
Established Restaurant For Sale RESTAURANT DETAIL

Stanislaus County, CA

Established business,Great opportunity across the street with CSU ,population for CSU is 8000 student every year and its only shopping center around the campus to have food ,50 people capacity ,the reason for sale is opening another restaurant in San Francisco and want to move there. All equipment are almost new with 5 years warranty on them important is that the restaurant has good amount of customers pretty soon all shopping center will turn to food court for CSU university and that is another benefit for restaurant. THERE IS GREAT IN HOUSE FINANCING AVAILABLE FOR JUST $50000 DOWN PAYMENT AND $1875 MONTHLY FOR 4 OF YEARS

6 The Fenix - Cutting Edge SLPR in Downtown San Rafael Tremendous Opportunity for the Music Minded in Downtown San Rafael
$1,250,000
The Fenix - Cutting Edge SLPR in Downtown San Rafael Tremendous Opportunity for the Music Minded in Downtown San Rafael

San Rafael, CA

Meet the Fenix, a cutting edge SLPR (pronounced slipper; streaming live production restaurant ). Believed to be the only one of its kind in the world today, this restaurant is a live production house, acoustically treated, state-of-the-art restaurant streaming live to the web six nights per week. With music royalty over 1,100 past shows available on the web, over 130 countries watching with 300,000 views, consuming over 4 million minutes…this place is like no other. It is oozing with innovation. “You can feel it the moment you walk through the door,” says Merl Saunders Jr, Executive Director, and commonly referred to as “The Music Man”. Every room is acoustically designed by world renowned acoustic designer, John Storyk. Some rooms are acoustically vibrant like the green room for musicians to warm up, and some rooms are quiet. The main hall is treated with over 2100 square feet of acoustic wall material, installed with state-of-the-art equipment. This professional live surround-sound music effect is designed to give listeners an acoustic massage and bring quality live audio-video shows from the venue to the web. While the music is remarkable, the food is also produced by one of the San Francisco Bay Area’s most innovative chefs. Chef Glenn “Gator” Thompson has created his own version of unique cuisine called Neo Soul, a blend of gourmet southern cuisine with a healthy twist, infused with southern lovin’. “Mama would be proud,” says Gator. If you are looking for the typical restaurant experience, this is not the place for you. For diners and music aficionados, this new innovation is like a modern music discovery museum, laced with European style dining. “Sit, eat, drink, smile, and enjoy the acoustic massage,” says owner, Laura van Galen. “No matter what your music preference is, loud, moderate, or soft in nature, there is something here for everyone.” The Fenix is located on the busiest block in Central San Rafael. Near shops, restaurants and banks and is within close proximity to the Courthouse Square Offices and Rafael Theatre. The interior was extensively remodeled in the mid-90’s and again in 2011-2012. The Fenix is a stunning space with skylights, marble flooring and theatre grade lighting. This incredible space has a historical meaning to the City of San Rafael as the former Saloon and See’s Candies. Over $2,000,000 has been spent to upgrade this property over the last 20 years. www.fenixlive.com

3 y/o Passive eCommerce Sites Grossing $250k+/year Portfolio of 4 Highly Passive Digital Download Websites
$950,000 Cash Flow: $200,141
3 y/o Passive eCommerce Sites Grossing $250k+/year Portfolio of 4 Highly Passive Digital Download Websites

San Francisco, CA

Seller's Notes Executive Summary Established in June 2013, this portfolio of four highly passive and growing digital download eCommerce sites sells photography editing products. The business' high-quality products have generated $200,000 in profit over the trailing twelve months. This is a highly passive opportunity, and the current owner spends a mere 5 to 10 minutes a day operating the business. This time is primarily spent performing minor tasks like answering emails, creating blog posts, sending out newsletters, and basic customer service. Many of these tasks could be easily outsourced. This would allow for further automation and opportunities to scale. With a proven business model, high-quality products, passive operation, and recognizable brand, the new owner will be uniquely positioned to generate near-passive income by maintaining status quo or growing this business to new heights. Business Model The business is monetized through the sale of downloadable photo editing products including photoshop actions, lightroom presets, print templates, and more. These sales are driven through multiple channels including, perhaps most significantly, affiliate marketers who are paid a 50% commission on net 45 terms for all sales they bring in. Since inception the business has grown substantially, increasing Cash Flow YoY by 53% from $108,000 in 2014 to $165,000 in 2015. Meanwhile, expenses have remained relatively low, helping the business to achieve an impressive 86% profit margin. Over the trailing twelve months, the business' gross revenue was approximately $267,000.00 USD and its net profit was approximately $203,000.00 USD. Submitting an NDA Due to the high-profile nature of this sale and the owner's wishes, precautions will be taken to ensure prospective buyers have the financial capacity to make an acquisition of this magnitude before having their NDA's approved. NDA requests from buyers unable to make an acquisition of this size or unable to provide proof of financial capacity will not be approved. Requesting More Information If you meet the criteria above and you would like to request more information including the full business prospectus and profit and loss statement please submit the NDA and reach out via private message.

4 y/o SaaS Businesses Netting $60,000+ in the TTM High organic rankings and high user engagement
$125,000 Seller Financing
4 y/o SaaS Businesses Netting $60,000+ in the TTM High organic rankings and high user engagement

San Francisco, CA

Seller's Notes 61Extensions.com and CartPipe.com BUSINESS 1. Please state your full name and company name, if it’s a corporate entity selling the website [Known to Broker] 2. Please briefly describe the business model. 61Extensions.com sells WordPress plugins that are used with the WooCommerce and Jigoshop shopping cart plugins. Currently, each plugin includes access to the download and one year of access to support. When a customer is outside of the 1 year period, they can repurchase the plugin for access to updates and our support system. Cartpipe.com is a Software as a Service (SaaS), that connects WooCommerce and Easy Digital Download powered shopping carts with QuickBooks Online and in the case of WooCommerce, QuickBooks Desktop as well. We offer 14-day free trials. If the user elects to sign up after the 14 day free trial, they can choose either the $29.99 or $49.99 per month plan. Cartpipe.com subscriptions are automatically charged to the subscriber’s credit card. 3. Who is your typical customer? The customer is going to be someone that has a WooCommerce, Easy Digital Downloads or Jigoshop powered shopping cart. They are either looking for additional functionality or looking to integrate their shopping cart with their QuickBooks Accounting system. 4. When was the business established? The business was started in Oct. 2011. We incorporated in April of 2013 5. How has the business evolved since it was first established? We initially started doing WordPress themes and websites. When WooCommerce and Jigoshop were launched, we started creating WordPress plugins to extend the functionality of those shopping carts. In the last 2 years we’ve focused on QuickBooks Integrations. 6. Are you the original owner of the business? If not, when did you purchase it and how has it evolved since? Yes 7. Why is the business being sold? We’re looking to pursue other endeavours and feel that the business could use a fresh perspective to grow it to it’s potential. 8. Are there any skills / knowledge required to successfully run this business? Yes. You’ll need to have knowledge of Wordpress and the Wordpress eco-system. You’ll also need to be familiar with WooCommerce and it’s growth. A basic understanding of QuickBooks is beneficial, just so that you know where to look. We didn’t provide accounting related consulting, so accounting knowledge isn’t necessarily required. It also helps if you understand wordpress plugins and their structure, and have knowledge of php. PACKAGE 1. Please list all domain names that are included in the sale 61extensions.com Cartpipe.com 2. Are there any social media accounts included in the sale? Yes https://twitter.com/cartpipe https://www.facebook.com/cartpipe 3. Are there any mailing lists included in the sale? Mailchimp 61extensions - 4213 Cartpipe.com - 344 4. Does the sale include existing customer data? Yes . All existing customer data is included in the wordpress databases running 61extensions.com and Cartpipe.com. The data includes email address, buyer name, buyer phone number, product purchased and purchase history. 5. Do you own full rights to the product(s) that the website is selling, including rights to the source code, and is such source code and full rights to it included in the sale? Yes 5. How many plugins are currently being sold on your sites? 61Extensions.com – 15 active WooCommerce plugins Cartpipe.com – 4 active subscription types 5. How many additional plugins did you create and offer for sale in 2014? 2015? January through June 2016? 61Extensions.com 2014 – 25 total plugins were created and for sale – 10 Jigoshop and 15 WooComemrce plugins 2015 – 0 new pluigns were created and 25 were for sale – 10 Jigoshop and 15 WooCommerce plugins 2016 – 0 new plugins were created and 15 are for sale – 15 WooCommerce plugins . We suspended sales of Jigoshop plugins to focus on other areas. Cartpipe.com 2015 – Created the QuickBooks Online service for WooCommerce and Easy Digital Downloads. Listed for sale in July of 2015. Listed in Intuit’s Apps.com in Oct. 2015 2016 – The Cartpipe QuickBooks Desktop app. TRAFFIC & MARKETING 1. What are the primary traffic sources of the site? Organic searches; Google 2. Have you done any Search Engine Optimisation? Basic. Meta fields, i.e. page title, meta description. Basic blogging and keyword targeting 3. To your knowledge, has the site ever received any search engine penalties (manual or algorithmic)? No 4. What level of SEO effort is required for the site to maintain its current traffic levels? None as the page titles and meta descriptions are already set. Any SEO effort should result in an increase in traffic as minimal effort has been done 5. Do you or have you ever purchased traffic? No 6. Do you run any other marketing campaigns, such as display advertising, social media marketing, offline advertising or anything else? No 7. How does the site rank for related keywords? Both site ranks well for the targeted area of “woocommerce and quickbooks”. REVENUE 1. Which payment processor(s) does the website utilise? 61extensions.com – Paypal Cartpipe.com - Stripe 2. Please confirm that all revenue sources are transferable to the new owner Yes. The buyer can insert their paypal address in 61extensions.com and the sales would go into their account. For cartpipe, they would need to update the account to their physical address and add their checking account for transfers of funds. The recurring subscriptions will stay active 3. Are you able to provide live revenue verification? Yes 4. Is the website’s revenue kept separate from other businesses and/or personal accounts? Yes 5. Can the website’s revenue be accurately tracked back to the website? Yes 6. Please provide a brief overview of products pricing and how has it evolved over the last 12 months? 61extensions.com pricing has remained consistent. Cartpipe.com pricing has remained consistent. 7. What is the site’s average Refund/Chargeback rate over the last 12 months? 61extensions.com Refunds – 28 ( July 2015 – July 2016 ) Reason : Primarily for not understanding the functionality of the product, i.e. a developer purchased a WooCommerce QuickBooks Integration that works with QuickBooks Desktop, but their client uses QuickBooks Online. Disputes – 5 ( July 2015 – July 2016 ) Reason : Typically it’s due to a compromised paypal account on the buyers end. Cartpipe.com Refunds – 4 ( July 2015 – July 2016 ) Reason : forgetting to cancel their subscription or can’t get it setup Disputes – 0 8. What are the main expenses of the business Computer Services, i.e. hosting, software, email, backups etc - $1426.11 9. What is the approximate breakdown of clients by product? 61extensions.com 97% or greater purchase the WooCommerce QuickBooks Integration Cartpipe.com 100% of current subscriptions are for the WooCommerce / QuickBooks Online Service 9. What is the average checkout purchase price? 61extensions.com $116.90 Cartpipe.com $42.32 avg monthly renewal price per subscription 10. If necessary, do you have tax returns available to support your revenue claims? Yes OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE 1. Please provide a breakdown of ownership and the organizational structure of the business. [known to broker] co-owner (50%) - technical, support and day-to-day business operations, $30K annual salary + 50% net profit [known to broker] co-owner (50%) - technical, support and day-to-day business operations, $30K annual salary + 50% net profit 2. Please provide a breakdown of the operations of your business Customer Support –Answering tickets in our ticket system for already purchased products. 10 hours week Managing Operations – Answering general contact questions, office tasks, payroll - 1 hour / week Server maintenance – make sure the website backups are running and the servers are online – 1 hour / week Development – bug fixing, updating for updates to the shopping carts, customizations requests – 20 hours / week 3. Does the owner of the site need any specific skillsets in order to successfully maintain and manage the site? 61extensions.com - The site is a Wordpress website. They need to be familiar with Wordpress and WooComnerce Cartpipe.com – The site is a wordpress website. The need to be familiar with Wordpress and Easy Digital Downloads. 4. How do you handle customer support and what is the average volume? Customer support is handled through a freshdesk ticket system. Ticket volume is around 10-20 tickets per week. 5. Do you employ any people or use any freelancers and if so, are such contracts accounted for on the Profit & Loss Statement and transferable to the new owner? No 6. How much would it cost to the buyer to outsource all of software development, and will you be able to make the necessary introductions? It depends on what they’re looking to do. Since we handled development we don’t have contacts. 7. Do you employ any people or use any freelancers and if so, are such contracts accounted for on the Profit & Loss Statement and transferable to the new owner? No 8. Are there any skills / knowledge required to successfully run this business? If so, please explain. There’s no special knowledge required to “run the business”. TECHNICAL 1. What programming language is the website’s product created in? PHP, specifically WordPress 2. Does the product require constant updating? 61Extensions.com – Not alot of updates. Generally when WooCommerce is updated, we check our plugins and update accordingly Cartpipe.com Not alot of updates. We verify against WooCommerce updates and QB Api Updates. 3. When was the last time the source code was updated? How often do you release updates? 61extensions.com The last plugin to be updated was the WC / QB Integration in July for the version 2.6 release. We release updates as needed Cartpipe.com The QBO client plugin was updated in May 2016. We release updates as needed. 4. Does the product depend on any third party services or API’s? If so, how often are such API’s updated and how much overhead does this create? 61extensions.com Yes – Intuit’s webconnector - https://developer.intuit.com/docs/quickbooks_web_connector. The webconnector is not updated very often. Cartpipe.com Yes – Intuit’s QBO API. New features are added to the API, but existing functionality isn’t changed. 5. Where is the site hosted and does this need to change after purchase? 61extensions.com Hostgator. No, they can have the account. Cartpipe.com Godaddy . No. They can have the account. api.cartpipe.com (this is Cartpipe’s API that communicates with Intuit’s QBO) Digital Ocean. No. They can have the account COMPETITION 1. Please describe your main competitors 61extensions.com There aren’t many non-requiring, monthly subscription services that connect to QB. Some sites that have a different revenue model but offer a similar service: http://www.cartspan.com/ http://www.jmawebtechnologies.com/ Cartpipe.com http://www.cartspan.com/ http://www.jmawebtechnologies.com/ 2. What makes the website better than its competition? 61extensions.com This is a single price integration with QB Desktop that doesn’t have a setup fee or recurring monthly charge. Cartpipe.com In terms of price and allowed number of transactions, Cartpipe is less expensive for QuickBooks Online Integration MISCELLANEOUS 1. Do you own any other internet-based businesses? If so, are any of them related to the website being sold? No 2. Are you willing to sign a 3-year non-compete contract in the industry that the website operates in? Yes 3. Will you provide 1-3 months of post-sale support & training, in order to ensure that the buyer is able to fully take over the business and its operations? Yes. We will help them understand how the plugins work and the components of the SaaS service. We do assume that the buyer and / or their developers will have the skills necessary to understand our code, WooCommerce, and QuickBooks principles. 4. What are the primary growth opportunities that you see for the business going forward? WooCommerce is the fastest growing shopping cart. They currently power 37% of all online ecommerce sites. QuickBooks is one of the oldest and fastest growing small-business accounting services. 61extensions.com Sales can easily grow with increased traffic. Traffic can be increased through a number of sources, such as paid advertising, banner ads, daily blogging, content marketing, partnerships with WooComemrce, accountants, website developer. This site has been around for a long time and has a lot of credibility. Cartpipe.com Marketing for cartpipe never really started. All of the subscriptions are organic. The site is only 1 year old and ranks in the top 10 for WooCommerce QuickBooks Integration. Cartpipe signup rates can be increased through marketing efforts such as social media, email marketing, paid advertising, banner ads and follow-up email marketing. Conversion optimization can be performed to convert more trial users to subscribers. There’s also room to add more services to the Cartpipe platform . 5. Are there any geographical limitations to the potential buyer of the business? No 6. Do you have anything to add to the above? Both websites have a tremendous opportunity for growth. 61extensions.com has served us extremely well for the past 4 years and it just needs some attention to marketing and customer acquisition. Cartpipe is an exciting new service in its infancy. It’s pretty much a blank slate in terms of the direction it could go. The Cartpipe / QuickBooks Online service has been rigorously audited by Intuit. It has passed their technical and security reviews and is listed on their Apps.com marketplace https://apps.intuit.com/cartpipe?locale=en-US

Office Coffee Service & Equipment Importer/Distributor Profitable Turnkey Business Services & Equipment Supplier with nationwide growth
$795,000
Office Coffee Service & Equipment Importer/Distributor Profitable Turnkey Business Services & Equipment Supplier with nationwide growth

Alameda County, CA

The entire company importing, wholesale, retail, proprietary products, retail customers; or, just the Bay Area office coffee service ('OCS'). The business is engaged in the importation from Europe of highly-sophisticated, 'state-of-the-art,' fully-automated, computerized gourmet beverage bars. And, it provides regular office coffee service to 100+ corporate clients throughout the Bay Area.

5 y/o Tech Review Blog Netting $22,000 Annually 75,000 Unique Visitors Earning $1,800 Monthly
$50,000
5 y/o Tech Review Blog Netting $22,000 Annually 75,000 Unique Visitors Earning $1,800 Monthly

San Francisco, CA

Seller's Notes I started the TechWalls website in early 2011, I focus on reviewing new tech in the North America, including smartphones, headphones, speakers, or any gadget. Monetization I monetize this website with Google Adsense, ad sales and Amazon Associates. We are earning nearly $2000 per month, and even more during the shopping season. Editor Cost Cost for my writer is about $80 per month. Besides, you will have to pay for hosting and domain, they cost less than $30/month in total. What's included in the sale? After you complete the payment, I will transfer ownership of the domain, the website content, Facebook page and Twitter account within 7 business days. I use Wordpress for the site and bought a premium theme from Studiopress (cost me $100 in total), so it is very easy to use. If you live in the U.S., I will also provide you contacts so that you can review the newest products. Most of the gadgets I've reviewed are provided by those manufacturers. Reason for selling? I sell the website because it takes me too much time. I often have to test review units, take pictures, videos and write a review for each of them. I'm totally overwhelmed with the amount of review units I've received and can't continue this work. If you are the new owner, you should expect to spend at least 2 hours per day for a review. Besides, I need the money to travel and invest in other projects.

Industry Leading SaaS Netting $300,000 Annually Digital product site with international presence
$350,000 Cash Flow: $295,560
Industry Leading SaaS Netting $300,000 Annually Digital product site with international presence

San Francisco, CA

Seller's Notes BUSINESS 1. Please state your full name and company name, if it’s a corporate entity selling the website Company www.JOOJ.us - Name will be revealed upon successfull sale 2. Please briefly describe the business model Our website JOOJ.us is a leading web portal for sales of Clone Scripts - PHP and WordPress / This Web Portal (Yahoo Clone) , News script (Google News Clone) resource, Marketing scripts (Themeforest Clone) Store Scripts (Amazon Clone) Four products primary revenue is generated from digital product sales. The average cost of scripts $689. On average, in a month we sell 30-40 scripts Product is automated and optimized for multiple online payment methods, 48 supported currencies, and 16 international languages. All scripts are proprietary and rights transferable. Traffic is generated and optimized through direct returning users and primary engine organic search. Google AdWords is also a primary generator of traffic. 3. When was the business established? Site Established December 2013 4. How has the business evolved since it was first established? Since 2006, we have released industry dominating e-Business software tools and PHP based clone scripts for Small Business communities around the world. Our technical excellence in developing clone scripts paired with our diverse industry knowledge have allowed us to create over 10 clone scripts in various industries and functional areas. Our clone scripts industry dominance among online businesses is better explained with satisfied clients from over 115 countries. But our site is www.jooj.us for sale, we launched in December 2013. 5. Who is your typical customer? Our clients are webmasters and developers who create using our software business on the internet 6. Are you the original owner of the business? If not, when did you purchase it and how has it evolved since? Yes I am the original owner of the business that have created 7. Why is the business being sold? Pregnancy. PACKAGE 1. Please list all domain names that are included in the sale www.jooj.us 2. Are there any social media accounts included in the sale? If so, please list them along with the URLs to such accounts. No 3. Are there any mailing lists included in the sale? If so, which service providers are such lists held with and how many subscribers do they have? No 4. Does the sale include existing customer data? If so, in which format is this provided and how extensive is the customer database? Our customers buy products once only, and we do not have a customer database 5. Do you own full rights to the product(s) that the website is selling, including rights to the source code, and is such source code and full rights to it included in the sale? Yes we have a copyright on the code, graphic, logos, etc. TRAFFIC & MARKETING 1. What are the primary traffic sources of the site? Traffic is generated and optimized through direct returning users and primary engine organic search. Google AdWords is also a primary generator of traffic. Additional traffic also developed from HotScripts.com, Geekycorner.com and other web script directories. 2. Have you done any Search Engine Optimisation? Yes 3. To your knowledge, has the site ever received any search engine penalties (manual or algorithmic)? NO 4. What level of SEO effort is required for the site to maintain its current traffic levels? Minimum, our site is optimized for keywords 5. Do you or have you ever purchased traffic? If so, please provide a brief overview OnlyGoogle AdWords and advertising Hotscripts.com 6. Do you run any other marketing campaigns, such as display advertising, social media marketing, offline advertising or anything else? This only social twitter, facebook, google+, pinterest REVENUE 1. Which payment processor(s) does the website utilise? Multiple online payment methods paypal, credit card, check, 48 supported currencies, and 16 international languages. 2. Please confirm that all revenue sources are transferable to the new owner Yes, all sources of income, we will give our buyer 3. Are you able to provide live revenue verification? Yes 4. Is the website’s revenue kept separate from other businesses and/or personal accounts? No 5. Can the website’s revenue be accurately tracked back to the website, i.e. do payment descriptions/details include the website’s name or reference to the website’s products? Yes, this can be provided upon successful offer. 6. Please provide a brief overview of product/service pricing and how has it evolved over the last 12 months? This Web Portal (Yahoo Clone) –price 3 LICENSE TYPE $489, $689, $889 News script (Google News Clone) - price 3 LICENSE TYPE $179, $269, $369 Marketing scripts (Themeforest Clone) - price 3 LICENSE TYPE $249, $349, $439 Store Scripts (Amazon Clone) - price 3 LICENSE TYPE $179, $269, $369 Also PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION-$50 FOOTER COPYRIGHT REMOVAL- $35 REINSTALLATION JOOJ SCRIPT-$69 Four products primary revenue is generated from digital product sales. The average cost of scripts $689. On average, in a month we sell 30-40 scripts 7. What is the site’s average Refund/Chargeback rate over the last 12 months? What is the primary reason for refund requests? We have 2 return to the client was too complicated our script 8. What are the main expenses of the business (please list any recurring expenses that account for more than 1% of overall revenue) This hosting and advertising 9. What is the approximate breakdown of clients by different price levels? Price 3 LICENSE TYPE for scripts 10. If necessary, do you have tax returns available to support your revenue claims? Yes OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE 1. How much time, in average, does it take to operate and maintain the site, per week? 35-40 hours 2. Please list all owner’s responsibilities Customer support, installation scripts, writing code, web design, writing documentation, work with graphics 3. Does the owner of the site need any specific skillsets in order to successfully maintain and manage the site? No great skill is not necessary, the minimum knowledge, 4. How do you handle customer support and what is the average volume? The average is 1-2 questions before purchase script and issue 5-8questions after the sale script 5. How is software development (including any new version releases) handled? Who performs the work? Codes and web design basically write our developers , but sometimes we turn to freelancers or purchase plugins and templates for our new scripts 6. How much would it cost to the buyer to outsource all of software development, and will you be able to make the necessary introductions? We will provide extensive transitional support if required. 7. Do you employ any people or use any freelancers and if so, are such contracts accounted for on the Profit & Loss Statement and transferable to the new owner? Freelancers we paid one-time only when we write the new project about $3k-$4K a year TECHNICAL 1. What programming language is the website’s product created in? Our scripts are written based on Wordpress and PHP. 2. Does the product require constant updating? Yes an average of 4-6 months 3. When was the last time the source code was updated? How often do you release updates? Our code was updated on May 14 2016, we updated all scripts 4. Does the product depend on any third party services or API’s? If so, how often are such API’s updated and how much overhead does this create? Our scripts are written based on Wordpress, a free script. Minimum costs can be updated plugins and templates 5. Where is the site hosted and does this need to change after purchase? Our site is hosted on Arvixe.com. But according to the customer, we can move our site to another hosting COMPETITION 1. Please describe your main competitors Our competitors who sell similar scripts 2. What makes the website better than its competition? Our website JOOJ.us is a leading web portal for sales Clone Scripts. We have a modern design, the best plugins and codes. And the price is lower than its competitors MISCELLANEOUS 1. Do you own any other internet-based businesses? No 2. Are you willing to sign a 3-year non-compete contract in the industry that the website operates in? Yes 3. Will you provide 1-3 months of post-sale support & training, in order to ensure that the buyer is able to fully take over the business and its operations? We will provide extensive transitional support if required. 4. What are the primary growth opportunities that you see for the business going forward? This is advertising, and can be expanded at the expense of writing new scripts and projects 5. Are there any geographical limitations to the potential buyer of the business? No, we are working with all the countries of the world

T-Shirt Discovery Website Earning $44,000 Annually High margins, high user engagement, & easy to operate
$125,000 Cash Flow: $37,259
T-Shirt Discovery Website Earning $44,000 Annually High margins, high user engagement, & easy to operate

San Francisco, CA

Executive Summary Established in 2009, TeeHunter is prosperous t-shirt discovery website and community that allows users to find relevant t-shirts based on their search queries. Various t-shirt brands pay a fee to be listed on TeeHunter, and the company currently has over 10,000 designs in its carefully curated gallery. The business’ typical visitors are t-shirt artists looking to join the community and 25-35 year old males looking for pop culture-related t-shirts. The sale of TeeHunter includes t-shirt-related domains (TeeHunter.com, Tshirtonomy.com, T-shirtblo.gs), Facebook, Twitter & Google+ accounts, all customer information, a MailChimp mailing list with 12.5K+ users, and all related IP. With an extensive catalog, active customer base, and established strategic partnerships, the new owner will be uniquely positioned to generate near-passive income by maintaining status quo or growing this business to new heights. Business Model TeeHunter generates revenue through a variety of sources. Approximately 26% of the business’ revenue is derived through advertising sales. The remaining revenue is a mixture of affiliate income and brand page/sponsored article sales. Over the trailing twelve months, TeeHunter’s gross revenue was approximately $44,000.00 USD and its net profit was approximately $37,000.00. TeeHunter is managed by the owner who spends approximately 7 hours a week running the business. The time is primarily spent approving new shirts, responding to sales inquiries and coordinating with the content writers. The business is also serviced by a team of freelance content writers that author the blog posts. The relationship is transferable to the new owner and the expenses are accounted for in the P&L. Growth Opportunities There are several growth strategies that present very exciting opportunities for the new owner. The new owner could strengthen its revenue streams by adding new affiliates/t-shirt brands. The new owner could also focus on SEO and continue building the community of t-shirt designers to generate additional sales. Other growth tactics include: investing in paid advertising, raising prices, and increased social media marketing.

Established 11-Year-Old SaaS Business Netting $61K+ in the TTM Near Passive Business with Stable Profits
$189,000 Cash Flow: $61,007
Established 11-Year-Old SaaS Business Netting $61K+ in the TTM Near Passive Business with Stable Profits

San Francisco, CA

With the first license sold in 2005, for sale is an established business selling video chat software. Website owners can purchase the various licenses to implement video chat technology on their website. In addition to the video chat technology, media servers and integration kits are also offered for sale. In addition to the website, the customer database will be included. Ownership is selling the business to dedicate time to their full time job at an unaffiliated startup. The business sells 5 different licenses, that differ based on the maximum amount of users that can connect simultaneously. Additionally, various services are sold ranging in price. Further, the business offers server hosting. Although many services are purchased as one-time payments, re-occurring revenue makes up ~23% of revenue. Topline revenue in the Trailing Twelve Month’s was over $88,000, and net profits surpassed $61,000. Current ownership works approximately 4 hours per week managing operations, while outsourcing 30 hours of weekly customer support. Owner’s time is spent on payroll, training, overseeing revenue, and responding to any issue There are several growth opportunities the new owner could pursue, including optimizing the pricing model and focusing on business development activities. Over the past two years, the owner has spent very little time or money on marketing, with the majority of customers being acquired organically. The new owner can expect significant growth by investing in an entire suite of marketing activities, including social media marketing, content marketing, and targeted ads towards website entrepreneurs. Another potential avenue to pursue would include hiring a commission only sales contractor to increase revenues through direct sales The business could also see rapid expansion through launching an affiliate program due to their high average basket price allowing for the continuation of strong margins. In recent months, there has been an uptick in recurring revenue through hosting services, now accounting for 23% of sales in the trailing 5 months. New ownership could continue with the recurring revenue model by split-testing a new monthly-recurring subscription model for the software. The recurring subscription model could also introduce a free 30 trial to improve customer acquisition and conversion rates. Lastly, the business could achieve higher net profits almost instantaneously. An example of low hanging fruit, would be to switch payment processors from Avangate (4.9% + $2.50 per transaction) to another provider such as Stripe (to 2.9% + $0.30 per transaction).

Northern California Massage Envy Franchise Turnkey opportunity to own your own national franchise business
$599,000
Northern California Massage Envy Franchise Turnkey opportunity to own your own national franchise business

Marin County, CA

Auto-renewing contracts ensure consistent revenue month to month This is a rare opportunity to own the country’s leading massage clinic franchise in a well-established, topnotch location. As one of the country’s fastest growing wellness brands, a proven brilliant system offers strong margins from membership-driven recurring subscription revenue. This particular franchise offers a great opportunity for a savvy purchaser: • The asking price is less than the average cost to build out and start up a new franchise which would have zero members on Day 1. • The entire facility was recently completely remodeled at a cost of $150,000 which is a gift to a new owner. • It has been in continuous successful operation for over a decade and has built a solid membership base of over 1,400 members, • Members have auto-renewing contracts that ensure consistent revenue month to month. • It is located in an upscale community in southern Marin County not far from San Francisco – a great resource of affluent locals to be mined for additional clientele. • The location itself is in a popular high quality shopping complex and has an excellent lease with a cooperative landlord. • Highly trained therapists offer a full range of massage and facial services. The business generates over $1,100,000 in annual revenue, and is consistently profitable. A well trained staff is in place and the business runs smoothly. The franchise utilizes a sophisticated POS & operations software system, with detailed management reports to keep the owner on top of the business, tools for targeted advertising and in-house promotions, and tracking of sales and business trends to capitalize on expansion opportunities. This is an exciting time for this business. Not content to rest on its laurels of building the leading brand in this industry, the franchisor corporation is currently initiating powerful and highly positive new improvements in marketing, technology, new product and service programs that will enhance the bottom line of all franchisees. The seller is willing to train the next owner, in addition to continued comprehensive training made available from the national franchise. Franchisees benefit from a robust operations and support system that includes everything from field training to massage therapist recruitment support. The seller has decided to sell due to his living a considerable commuting distance from the business which eats into the time needed for focusing on other full-time business interests and a growing family. This franchise brand is highly desirable, and this well-situated unit will go fast! Don’t miss this opportunity to own a turn-key business in a growing industry. For more information email us at info@carmelbizsales.com or call us at (831) 625-5581 today!

5 Profitable Dry Ice Distributor w/ stable customers, strong growth 70%+ of rev. from recurring weekly orders! Semi-Absentee Opportunity
$315,000 Seller Financing
Profitable Dry Ice Distributor w/ stable customers, strong growth 70%+ of rev. from recurring weekly orders! Semi-Absentee Opportunity

San Francisco, CA

Profitable dry ice distributor, serving businesses and individuals throughout Northern California for over three years. The business has thrived since its founding in 2012, with more than $250k in annual revenue in 2015. 70%+ of revenue is predictable and steady, coming from recurring weekly orders under long-term contract. The business has succeeded with a strong online presence, having launched a new website that allows customers learn more about dry ice, purchase online and schedule for local delivery. This strong online presence is amplified by top-quality customer service (5 star average on Yelp). Why a dry ice company? It’s difficult for individual consumers and small/medium businesses to buy and properly use dry ice due to limited retail distribution and customer confusion about the product. Larger regional dry ice distributors don’t have the infrastructure to support the growing number of small/medium sized businesses and individuals who are willing to pay a premium for customized product assortment, great customer service, and flexible delivery hours. Customers & Projected Growth: The business has a diverse customer base, underpinned by its large base of contracted customers, and is not overly dependent on any single industry for a majority of its revenue. This diverse customer base insulates the business from seasonality, though two seasonal bumps (summer festival/camping seasons and Halloween) drive additional revenue in the second half of each year. The business forecasts revenue growth of more than 76% in 2016, by growing the spend of its current customers, signing additional contract customers and expanding on-demand sales via its website. Opportunities for Growth: The business has grown dry ice sales through minimal marketing and word of mouth. There's exceptional opportunity to realize significant growth via increased investment in targeted marketing activities (email, direct mail) and expanding product and service assortment beyond dry ice. Upon signing a NDA, all prospective buyers will receive a detailed sales prospectus.

Import Auto Repair Specialist – Over $183,000 Cash Flow Contact Art Blumenthal on over 500 auto repair businesses
$345,000 Cash Flow: $183,000 Seller Financing
Import Auto Repair Specialist – Over $183,000 Cash Flow Contact Art Blumenthal on over 500 auto repair businesses

San Francisco County, CA

Are you looking for an amazing opportunity to purchase an independent auto repair center with annual sales that have averaged over $900,000 for the past five years? This highly profitable business has averaged over $200,000 in cash flow, affording an owner/operator an excellent salary after debt service. The Business is well established with over 37 years of goodwill and an excellent reputation for honesty and outstanding customer service. Virtually every review on Yelp is 5 stars and the shop is a multiple time winner of a best auto repair award in the San Francisco area. The Business comes complete with the state-of-the-art equipment required to run a high end import auto repair business, including brakes, oil change, engine performance, steering and suspension, starting and charging, and heating and cooling. The 8,245 square foot building has 10 service bays (5 lifts), with room for parts storage, interior parking and a customer reception area. Experienced, long term employees will support an entrepreneurial new owner who wishes to further grow the business. The mix of vehicle service is 50% Asian, 35% European and 15% domestic. The Seller will provide extensive training and support during the transition period. The Asking Price for this profitable Business is $345,000, plus $2,000 in inventory. The Business is pre-qualified for 85% Bank/SBA financing for 10 years. The Seller has experienced health issues over the past several years and is motivated to retire after building a successful business over almost four decades. The building lease has recently been extended with 12 years of renewal options at an attractive rent and minimal increases. With a great reputation for quality, convenience and trusted service, this Business offers a Buyer a unique opportunity to control your own destiny and realize your dreams of owning a respected business in the community. This opportunity is being offered through Empire Business Solutions - DRE#01488246.

Dry Cleaners Gross $1.8m+ $375k Down. DRY CLEANERS GROSS $1.8M+ $375K DOWN.
$1,500,000 Cash Flow: $360,000
Dry Cleaners Gross $1.8m+ $375k Down. DRY CLEANERS GROSS $1.8M+ $375K DOWN.

San Francisco, CA

DRY CLEANERS GROSS $1.8M+ $375K DOWN.

Soundproofing Company in San Francisco Soundproofing Company Business Opportunity
Soundproofing Company in San Francisco Soundproofing Company Business Opportunity

San Francisco, CA

Soundproofing Company Business Opportunity I’m seeking active equity partner/CEO, manager for specialized construction company. Ideal person would invest their equity share with option to buy out founder’s share over time. ….Possible third party financing available. Contractor/Builder/Designer/Building Materials/Architect/Structural/Civil or Mechanical engineering experience and/or commercial property owner in San Francisco, is right fit. Many leads and unable to handle all, great expectation plans for future of this unique convergent business model with an 18 year history. Lean forward with me and make it yours…..life time opportunity in San Francisco and all of California and beyond. Associates, vendors, business model process, and strategic future plans all in place, ready for a runner.

It's Yo Good! (Sanguinetti Avenue) Self Serve Restaurant Business Opportunity
$108,000
It's Yo Good! (Sanguinetti Avenue) Self Serve Restaurant Business Opportunity

Sonora, CA

It's Yo Good is a popular, well established self serve restaurant for sale in beautiful Sonora, CA. It's Yo Good plays a large role in the local community, which has supported two locations. Both locations are for sale and can be purchased together or separately. This location is on Sanguinetti Road. The inventory is included in the sales price. This self serve concept has proven to be successful in service and financially.