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Ecommerce Business Grossing $1.7 Million Annually High Growth, High Quality eCommerce Clothing Business
$1,200,000 Cash Flow: $378,466
Ecommerce Business Grossing $1.7 Million Annually High Growth, High Quality eCommerce Clothing Business

San Francisco, CA

Seller's Notes Executive Summary Established in January 2015, this portfolio of eCommerce stores purveys an array of high-quality clothing. Through its 7 eCommerce portals, the business sells custom printed and custom embroidery items such as baseball jerseys, Bomber jackets, sweatpants, yoga pants, and more. The products are created in-house to keep costs down and reduce shipping times. Since its inception, this portfolio has had over 50,000 verified purchasers and an additional 115k potential customers that could be monetized. The sale includes 7 eCommerce websites, all social media accounts (Twitter, Instagram, and 176 Facebook Pages), MailChimp Mailing list (50k+), all supplier and customer information, and the current inventory. With unique established partnerships, high-quality products, a growing customer base, and trained staff, the new owner will be ideally positioned to grow this business to new heights. Business Model The business derives 100% of its revenue from product sales and the majority of its customers are located in the United States. Over the trailing twelve months, the business’ gross revenue was approximately $1,727,000 USD and its net profit was approximately $379,000 USD. This business carries inventory and stores it at a warehouse in Hackensack, New Jersey. Currently, the business has $155k in inventory, and this inventory should produce $850k-900k in sales. The business has 2 high-quality suppliers that have supplied the business since its launch. The suppliers send the products to the warehouse and the orders are fulfilled by the warehouse staff. Currently, the owner spends about 10 hours a week operating the business, but given the initial learning curve, this will likely be higher for the new owner. This time is primarily spent overseeing order fulfillment and managing advertising. The vast majority of the business is automated handled by the trained staff. Currently, the business employs 8 individuals that handle customer service, advertising, and order fulfillment. These costs are reflected in the P&L. Growth Opportunities There are several growth strategies that present very exciting opportunities for the new owner. A new owner could expand marketing efforts outside of the United States to further develop the customer base. Another potentially lucrative opportunity a new owner could pursue is promoting products on 3rd party marketplaces like Amazon and eBay. This could increase sales volume and possibly reduce owner time requirement. The owner could expand the product offerings to ties, belts, and other related accessories. Other growth tactics include; increased investment in paid advertising, establishing an affiliate program, and social media marketing. 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 seven-figure acquisition or unable to provide proof of financial capacity will not be approved.

8 y/o SaaS Business with 1.1m+ Users $466,000/year with 40k signups per month
$2,300,000
8 y/o SaaS Business with 1.1m+ Users $466,000/year with 40k signups per month

San Francisco, CA

Seller's Notes This is a rare opportunity to acquire an industry leading SaaS business with a flourishing user base, a well-built platform with valuable IP, a world-class development team, and exceedingly strong growth potential. This popular SaaS business in the productivity and project collaboration space made more than $466,000 in revenue on top of 6.37 million Unique Visits during the trailing twelve months. The business has a userbase of over 1.1 million people, which is growing at roughly 3.3% MoM with 35,000 – 40,000 new signups monthly. Strong top 20 Google rankings for 63,000+ positions & 23,000+ keywords help the business generate 79% of its traffic from Organic Search. Contributing to the businesses’ strong Organic Search rankings are its hundreds of pages of quality educational content combined with its over 82,000 backlinks from 5,500 referring domains including high-authority media such as The Wall Street Journal, Yahoo, Mashable, Inc.com, Vice, and Life Hacker, among thousands of others. 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 a seven-figure acquisition 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.

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.

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).

Unique Gourmet Spice Business Earning $677/Mo Drop ship eCommerce Business with Large Growth Potential
$20,000 Cash Flow: $7,762 Seller Financing
Unique Gourmet Spice Business Earning $677/Mo Drop ship eCommerce Business with Large Growth Potential

San Francisco, CA

Seller's Notes Executive Summary When was the business established? February 2015 What does the business do? It sells gourmet spice blends perfectly engineered for your morning eggs. Who is the typical customer? Our main customer is a college educated 28-50 year old women. They likely make up roughly 75% of sales and the rest is a solid mix of mostly well-off buyers. What is included in the sale? Gourmegg is sold in 1, 2, 3 and 4-packs, with 85% of sales coming from the variety 4-pack. Is there anything unique or interesting about the business? As far as we know it is the only spice blend made directly for morning eggs, while at the same time eggs are the most consumed protein in the world. Why is the business being sold? I have a variety of businesses in my portfolio that I build and sell. This will hopefully be one of them :). I know my limits and I am good at starting a company and laying the foundation for growth but not talented at taking companies to the next level. Business Model Monetization How does the business make money? Through sales of the product which consists of 4 flavors - Classy Classic, Gracefully Greek, Spicy Southwest, and Charming Curry Are there different types of revenue streams? 85% through Amazon 2% through Gourmegg Website 13% Wholesale Owner’s monthly time requirement: How much time, on average, does it take to operate and maintain the site, per week? Since the company's revenue comes almost entirely from Amazon FBA, there is very little work done per week. The products are produced off site by a third party vendor and sent directly to Amazon where they are housed and shipped when orders are made. Work on marketing and few wholesale orders per year make up the rest of the work. On average the time is roughly 5 hours a week. Please list all owner’s responsibilities I manage the marketing and replenishing of inventory to amazon. The current marketing is only through Amazon and I have not changed it in a couple of months. The inventory gets made and shipped directly to amazon. That happens about 3-4 times a year (I have only done low volume runs because of cashflow considerations but this is a great place to increase profit as high volume runs yield huge cost decreases). Other than that I have managed a couple of wholesale orders which came through our website. On a daily basis there is not really anything, it is just here and there that things come up like the above or customer service questions. Usually something like, “Does it have salt?”. Operations: Does the owner of the site need any specific skillset in order to successfully maintain and manage the site? To manage the site and business, you do not need any particular skill set since everything is already set up. With that said there are some very obvious opportunities in marketing and in production to lower unit cost that I have not explored because that is not my personal sweet spot. 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? I do not use any freelancers. I can transfer our vendors though. How much would it cost to the buyer to outsource all of content production, and will you be able to make the necessary introductions? There is not really any content production. Every so often I would post a recipe on the site. It would usually just be something I googled and adapted the spice to be Gourmegg instead of the original. 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? I have not done any SEO but the site should have standard optimization as it is WordPress and has all content is original. To your knowledge, has the site ever received any search engine penalties (manual or algorithmic)? No Do you or have you ever purchased traffic? Yes, I have purchased Facebook traffic through ads (not to site, but rather directly to Amazon). However, some auxiliary traffic likely made it to the site. Do you run any other marketing campaigns, such as display advertising, social media marketing, offline advertising or anything else? Yes, the Facebook ads in the past as mentioned above, as well as Amazon internal marketing, which I am currently running. Inventory: Does the business carry any inventory? Inventory is always carried, and held at Amazon. The inventory is included in the price. The amount to carry at any given point is up to you, but generally I have cut it too close which means rush orders and higher per unit costs. Figuring out your sales rate and then seeing how long you have before the next run is very easy since sales are fairly steady on Amazon (they also have a helpful estimator for you to use). Where is the business’s inventory kept? Inventory is held Amazon, this will be transferred with the amazon seller account 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, just with Amazon How are shipments into and out of the warehouse / storage units managed? By Amazon FBA. Supplier Relations: How many suppliers does the business use and for how long has the business used these suppliers? I have used many suppliers over the course of the business as I have "piecemealed" the production runs in order to go with low run numbers. My favorites can be transferred and properly meeting their minimum run numbers would mean nearly a 50% savings per unit. Does the business benefit from any volume pricing arrangements with any of its suppliers? I do not currently take advantage of the volume pricing, but there are huge discounts for volume buying that are available. Explain your payment terms with your supplier(s)? We usually have credit terms, but always pay within 30 days Do you have written agreements with said suppliers in place, and are such agreements transferable to the new owner? We do not have any agreements as every order thus far has been done one off. But contact information can be transferred and there is no reason that the same or better pricing would not be available. How often and through which channel do you pay your suppliers for purchased goods? We pay the suppliers directly What is the average lead time from the day order is placed until customer receives the good? That is up to Amazon and what the customer selects. Gourmegg is prime eligible so customers with prime get free shipping. The average is likely 3-4 days. Growth Opportunities What are the primary growth opportunities that you see for the business going forward? There is a huge growth opportunity for anyone that knows how to market, especially to Amazon. This is not my area of expertise as I am primarily a designer and web developer. In addition, any in-store sales would be huge, I never tried anything in this avenue and have only attempted to sell through the site and Amazon. Are there initiatives you have yet to test explore and you think may lead to significant growth? As mentioned above, expanding the Amazon marketing, going into stores and exploring markets would be the biggest areas of low hanging growth that I can see.

6 y/o eCommerce Business Earning $1,500/mo Profit Featured on Gizmodo, NBC, People, FOX, PC Mag and more
$55,000 Cash Flow: $32,720 Seller Financing
6 y/o eCommerce Business Earning $1,500/mo Profit Featured on Gizmodo, NBC, People, FOX, PC Mag and more

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 Well designed wood-based tech accessories, made in the US, sold online and through retailers. 3. When was the business established? October 2010 4. How has the business evolved since it was first established? We launched selling only wood skins for the iPhone and expanded our product line to include iPhone cases, wood keys for Apple keyboards and wod skins for Beats by Dre Headphones. Initially all sales were only through the lazerwood.com website, then retailers started calling to carry the products and eventually we also began to sell on Amazon.com as well. We added a custom business and now accept many kinds of custom jobs that require a laser cutter. 5. Who is your typical customer? Male 18-40 yrs old 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 started another busniess and now also have a full time job that requires weekly travel. We’ve recently seen some drop in sales due to our inability to dedicate time to online marketting and followup with wholesale relationships and would like to sell the business to someone who could continue to grow the business. 8. Are you looking to sell the company (stock sale) or just the assets of the business (asset sale). Asset sale. PACKAGE 1. Please list all domain names that are included in the sale www.lazerwood.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.com/lazerwood Instagram/lazerwood googlePlus/lazerwood 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? MailChimp: approx 3k 4. Does the sale include existing customer data? If so, in which format is this provided and how extensive is the customer database? Yes, all data on Shopify 5. Are there any rights, trademarks, intellectual property included in the sale? No INVENTORY 1. Does the business carry any inventory? There is minimal product inventory for the best selling SKUs. Products can be quickly produced on demand. Raw materials including sheets of adhesive backed wood veneer and phone case blanks along with product packaging will be included in the sale. 2. 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? 3rd party unit - not transferrable 3. 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 4. How are shipments into and out of the warehouse / storage units managed? UPS and USPS 5. Does the business conduct manufacturing? How does this process work? We purchase sheets of adheasive backed wood veneer from a suplier which we finish with 2 coats of a water based polyurathane. These sheets are then cut and/or engraved with a laser cutter to produce the phone cases, skins and Keys. The laser cutter requires a PC with a print driver which will be included with the laser cutting machine in the sale of the business. 6. Is it time intensive is it to carry out manufacturing tasks? Cut times are as follows: 50 mins per sheet (6pcs) of Keyboards 45 minutes per sheet (16 pcs) of patterned iPhone case inserts or skins 8 Min per sheet (16pcs) of plain iPhone case inserts or skins. 7. Could new ownership be easily trained on how to manufacture the various products? Yes SUPPLIER RELATIONS 1. How many suppliers does the business use and for how long has the business used these suppliers? GL Veneers in So. CA for wood veneers – 2+ years Chinese manufacturere of phone case blanks and iPhone packaging – 4+ years 2. Does the business benefit from any volume pricing arrangements with any of its suppliers? No 3. Explain your payment terms with your supplier(s)? pay at time of purchase or Net 30 4. Do you have written agreements with said suppliers in place, and are such agreements transferable to the new owner? No written agreements in place 5. How often and through which channel do you pay your suppliers for purchased goods? As needed, 2-4 times per year. Via credit card or paypal. (western union for china) 6. What is the average lead time from the day order is placed until customer receives the good. Domestic orders are 2-4 days, depending on USPS shipping times 7. Have you changed suppliers in the past, if so, why? Better pricing on wood veneer OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE 1. Please provide a breakdown of ownership and the organizational structure of the business. Apryl co-owner, fulfillment, ordering (2-4 hrs per week) Erick co-owner, design, production (8-10 hrs per week) No salary we just pull net profit from the business as a married couple. 2. Please provide a breakdown of the operations of your business Answering emails and questions from press inquiries, customers and suppliers – 1 hr per week Finishing wood – 2 hrs each month Order fullfillment – 1-2 hrs week Production – 6-8 hrs per week 3. Does the owner of the site need any specific skillsets in order to successfully maintain and manage the site? Website is hosted through Shopify and updates can be done through the Shopify backend with no coding skills required. Shopify has great customer support and a large variety of plugins and apps that we use. 4. How do you handle customer support and what is the average volume? We receive 2-3 inquiries a week via email 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 license 3 designs from a graphic artist and pay 20% of each case sold to her. We pay a 3% royalty to a designer on the sale of skins only. Both are transferrable. TRAFFIC & MARKETING 1. What are the primary traffic sources of the site? Google web searches, blog refferals, fancy, etc… 2. Have you done any Search Engine Optimisation? If so, what level of SEO effort is required for the site to maintain its current traffic levels? We contract with RankPay to do SEO (the contract is paid monthly depending on google and bing ranking achieved ) 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? Unknown 5. Do you or have you ever purchased traffic? No 6. Do you run any other marketing campaigns? No 7. How does the site rank for related keywords? See RankPay rankings – iPhone wood case #15 on Google FINANCIALS 1. Which payment processor(s) does the website utilise? Shopify payments 2. Please confirm that all revenue sources are transferable to the new owner yes 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 your average profit margins and how have they evolved over the last 12 months? Roughly 65%, no change over the last 12 months. 7. What is the site’s average Refund/Return rate over the last 12 months? 1-2 per month max. Primary reason is the customer ordering the accessory for the wrong model of phone or keyboard. 8. If necessary, do you have tax returns available to support your revenue claims? Yes, all returns available TECHNICAL 1. What platform does the website use? Shopify 2. Has the website changed platforms in the last 2 years? no 3. Where is the site hosted and does this need to change after purchase? Go Daddy, no COMPETITION 1. Please describe your main competitors For iphone cases – Carved, Karvt, Grove Made, Native Union – all make a wood inlay case For Lazerwood Keys – RAWBKNY – we are not aware of any other wood keys manufacturer 2. What makes the website better than its competition? Lazerwood Keys available in 21 languages, we also offer custom phone cases 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? yes 4. What are the primary growth opportunities that you see for the business going forward? Online marketing, distributors and retailers both in the US and overseas. 5. Are there any geographical limitations to the potential buyer of the business? no

Cafe on busy street in Union Square San Francisco Established Cafe - Union Square in San Francisco
$145,000
Cafe on busy street in Union Square San Francisco Established Cafe - Union Square in San Francisco

San Francisco, CA

* Established Cafe in busy Union Square location * Serving Crepes, simple breakfast, lunch, dinner * No hood * Surrounded by hotels, apartments, offices & department stores * Great location for all types of cafe operation including sandwich shop for hotel catering. * More upside potential

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

This is a rare opportunity to own a leading massage spa franchise that is well-established, in a great location, and with growth opportunities. Backed by a strong national advertising presence, Massage Envy franchises promote a healthy lifestyle through the art of massage and spa treatments. As one of the country’s fastest growing wellness brands, a proven system offers strong margins from membership-driven recurring revenue. Operating successfully for over a decade, this attractive location is in an upscale community in southern Marin County not far from San Francisco. The attractive premises are in a popular high quality shopping complex with a good landlord. Highly trained therapists offer a full range of massage services to over 1,400 active client members. Members have auto-renewing contracts that ensure consistent revenue month to month. 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. The current owner is willing to train the next lucky 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 owner lives a great distance away from the business, with other full-time business interests and a growing family. He is selling to focus on these other priorities. Massage Envy franchises are 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!

San Francisco Smoothie | Tea Shop $168k San Francisco Smoothie | Tea Shop $168k
$168,000 Cash Flow: $120,000
San Francisco Smoothie | Tea Shop $168k San Francisco Smoothie | Tea Shop $168k

San Francisco, CA

San Francisco Smoothie | Tea Shop $168k High traffic busy popular smoothie tea shop. 80% of repeat customer are Americans. Management in place. 1200 sf, rent $4000 per month. Equipment Value: $80,000 + Gross Sale: $300,000. Net Income: $120,000. Exceptional Cash Sale Price: $168,000. Contact: Yani 800-656-8485

Marina Restaurant & Bar: Priced to sell Great Marina Bar & Restaurant - Unique Opportunity, Priced to Sell!
$30,000
Marina Restaurant & Bar: Priced to sell Great Marina Bar & Restaurant - Unique Opportunity, Priced to Sell!

San Francisco, CA

Well-situated in a commercial area of the Marina, restaurant provides a unique, low-risk opportunity to grow or expand business in this busy and affluent commercial district. Owner offers short-term availability for test kitchen or new trial restaurant concept, with flexible terms for Turn-key/FF&E; business & assets can be either rented or purchased. Other uses may include commissary or catering operations, or commercial retail. Restaurant space features tall ceilings with plenty of natural light, clean & well-maintained, with designer decor and colors that easily seat up to 49 guests. Business is truly turn-key, with fully functioning and well-equipped kitchen, Type-41 ABC license, Point of Sale & Kitchen Display System, dedicated dry storage, walk-in refrigerator and 2-door freezer. All associated smallwares for both FOH & BOH are also included and are either new or in excellent condition. Available immediately. More information available upon request, upon completion of a non-disclosure agreement.

6 Prime Mid-Market Restaurant Opportunity Turnkey Mid-Market Restaurant Location w/15+ Years on Lease
$399,000 Cash Flow: $170,000
Prime Mid-Market Restaurant Opportunity Turnkey Mid-Market Restaurant Location w/15+ Years on Lease

San Francisco, CA

The restaurant is located in San Francisco’s exciting Mid-Market Neighborhood, currently undergoing a major revival. The restaurant resides in a charming stand-alone historic brick building, recently renovated in 2010. The interior has lots of natural light, high ceilings, brick walls and a beautiful wood crafted bar with marble counters. The current tenant is the popular Dottie’s True Blue Café ("Dottie's"), in business since 1993. The total building size is approximately 5500 square feet (SF). The restaurant has a seating capacity of 50 on the first floor and 20 on the rooftop dining area. The first floor has an open kitchen, prep area, and bar with seating, coffee station, pastry bar and two ADA restrooms. The roof top dining area is permitted by the city and includes an elevator, stairs, a unisex restroom, service bar and office. The lower level includes another kitchen prep area perfect for catering, lots of refrigeration, storage, and a small office. Neighbors Just around the corner on Market Street, between 5th and 6th Streets, is the new Market Street Place multi-level retail center currently under construction. It is one of the most highly anticipated urban redevelopment projects in San Francisco and is set to become a new hub for shoppers in the area. Other major attractions in the neighborhood include, Golden Gate Theater, Westfield Mall, Moscone Convention Center and many other retailers and hotels. Also, within close walking distance to the restaurant is approximately 6,000+ new housing units currently under construction, approved or in city planning. Local Transportation Nearby Powell Street Station provides tremendous transportation options, BART, MUNI trains, bus lines, cable cars and streetcars. Also, in close proximity to the restaurant are highways 50, 280 and parking garages and lots. Asset Sale The listing price of the Asset Sale includes a long and very reasonably priced lease w/15+ years (3 - 5 year options) remaining; first right of refusal to purchase the property in the event of a sale; no annual base rent increases during options 2 & 3; annual property tax increases are capped at 2%; Type 41 (Beer & Wine) ABC License; and all Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FF&E). Business Purchase Dottie’s business trademark, name, goodwill, unique menu, recipes and other proprietary assets, are not included in the listing price of the Asset Sale, but may be purchased or licensed separately with or without an Asset Sale.

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.

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.

San Francisco Language School, Translation and Business Training Excellent Location With Established Client Base
$174,000
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.

Noe Valley: Local Grocery Produce Store in San Francisco Noe Valley Local Produce Market for Sale
$1,190,000 Cash Flow: $420,000
Noe Valley: Local Grocery Produce Store in San Francisco Noe Valley Local Produce Market for Sale

San Francisco, CA

Grocery Produce Store Since 1979 in Noe Valley, SF!!! Estimated Sales at 1.8 Million, Estimated Gross at 660,000 and Estimated Cash Flow at $420,000 Annual. Space at 2,100 sf approximately. Rent at 5,150. Lease has 8.5 years and new long term lease may be available for the qualified buyer. The business is absentee owner's run!! Owner Might Finance Some A Qualified Buyer!!

Large Sport Betting Website Earning $6,700/month 60,000 users with ~6,000+ being added monthly
$275,000 Cash Flow: $80,603 Seller Financing
Large Sport Betting Website Earning $6,700/month 60,000 users with ~6,000+ being added monthly

San Francisco, CA

Seller's Notes Executive Summary I established the business in February 2015 because I saw an excellent opportunity in the ever expanding eSports market. The prize for some eSports tournaments has reached more than $18M USD (more than some traditional sports events), and the events are televised on ESPN. This shows that the eSports market generates substantial interest and is primed for monetization. The Company is and eSports betting website with an eSport lottery, fantasy league, and interesting, relevant content for our users. Our typical users are males in the 25 year old age range. Our users are interested in and play eSports games like CS GO, Dota 2, Starcraft and some others. Most users watch eSports broadcasts online and actively root for their favorite teams. They really love the games and look to increase their involvement by playing in fantasy leagues and wagering on the matches. The sale includes: #2 eSports money betting niche website Website and all add-ons developed in-house. All IP Partner Relationships Payment Systems Relationships Domain Reputation Scoring system Anti-fraud system Employee/Freelancer Relationships- Entire team working on website (copywriters, support, analyst) We have an excellent reputation on the market – which is essential for this business model, and our bonus system is really favorable for our clients. Content is making semi-passive and will be further explained to the buyer. We are selling this business due our investor relationships. So with a heavy heart, we must sell this successful and lucrative business. Business Model We generate revenue through a number of streams: Betting Proceeds (difference between deposit/payout for clients) Revenue from sales in the add-on shop Fantasy league dues and commission from tournaments Also, there is possibility for advertising on the website. We have not been serious about advertising, but we estimate that it could bring in an additional $2-3k USD per month. The monthly margin can be from 30-70%. August is a non-season month, so there is low tournament count. Right now we have low chargeback rates and 2 refunds (usually, the payment system just denies fraud payments, so it is easy to track). Main expenses are salary and marketing. Avr. Deposit – 10USD CAC - <$3 USD LTV – $68 USD Advertising methods will provide to buyer. Operations: I am the 100% owner and manage the operations. To effectively run the business, you will need to have: Customer Support - answering tickets, emails and 24/7 live chat – 60 hours a week. (2 people) 1 Analyst (for bet-line) Copywriters Technical assistant. The new owner does not need to have any specific skillset, but should be able to manage a team. If the new owner desires, the current team will stay on and continue in their current roles to ease the transition. All advertising info is also know-how, so to make CAC<3USD, I need to explain how it works. Marketing/Growth Opportunities: No penalties at any search engine systems. Traffic can work for CPC or CPM , but it requires clever work, not just placing a banner. The new owner can put more efforts to SEO, tournament, buying traffic, to make fast and high level growth. Also, implementing a new payment system, so you can translate website to more languages and expand to new markets. Lastly, we did not actively market the fantasy league or shop, so advertising these aspects can bring in more users and revenue. MISC. Good things about site: People "stick" to site semi-automated has 25-30% profit margins sales come from SEO and partners services Main assets are: ~+6000 monthly new users relationship with esport broadcasters 60k users, registered at our website lottery, betline systems Payments systems, working all over the world This is really great website for the world clients More info: When transaction is complete we will transfer over all assets, passwords for all associated accounts, email list, social accounts, etc for running this business. Company is semi - automated, so you will need support team to help people. Website has great admin panel, that can be easy to understand. Revenue is about $16,000/month and growing, due to returning customers. SEO stats only for EU domain. RU also have other stats.

Customer Support Website Earning $1,100+/month 30,000 downloads and steady growth
$45,000 Cash Flow: $15,187 Seller Financing
Customer Support Website Earning $1,100+/month 30,000 downloads and steady growth

San Francisco, CA

Seller's Notes: 1. Please state your full name and company name, if it’s a corporate entity selling the website I’m Julien Liabeuf from N2Clic Limited. 2. Please briefly describe the business model (what service do you offer? How is it monetized?) Awesome Support is based on what’s called the “freemium” model. This means that our core product is free and open source (maintained on GitHub). Our revenues come from the sale of support and “premium” addons that come to extend the features of the core product. Awesome Support hasn’t always been freemium. However, switching to the freemium model has been a great move. The revenues increased, the amount of support decreased, and we started getting a lot more feedback from our community of users. The free core of Awesome Support currently has 3,000+ active installs (WordPress.org statistics) and over 30,000 downloads. On the GitHub front, the repository has 60+ stars and around 30 forks. Users are getting involved through bug reports, features suggestions and pull requests. This means that while our userbase is growing, users themselves are getting involved in making the core product better. We decided to switch to the freemium model because some WordPress plugins were very successful using it, and it seemed to be a good fit for Awesome Support (AS). We started developing AS because, as a small business, we needed a simple solution that would work well and not be bloated by a ton of features that only big company with huge teams need. By using the freemium model and selling premium addons, we were able to achieve this result while still offering a wide range of features suiting a lot of different support scenarios. See http://www.wpkube.com/top-wordpress-businesses-thrived-freemium-model/ 3. Who is your typical customer? Our typical customer is a small company / web development agency owner in need to provide support for clients. These guys don’t want to work with a heavy solution like Zendesk and certainly don’t want to spend hours training all their support staff. They come to Awesome Support because it’s easy to setup (basically one click) and they can just pay for the features they really need, leaving the bloat out. 4. When was the business established? Awesome Support was born in May 2013 and initially sold on CodeCanyon. After 32 versions released, more than 1,000+ sales and an average rating of 4.2/5, we decided to take the plugin to another level. This is where we made the switch to the freemium model. 5. How has the business evolved since it was first established? After a year and a few month on CodeCanyon, sales started to grow. Features requests as well. From a very small and simple product, Awesome Support slowly turned into a more advanced and feature-rich product. With this came more more bugs and more support. The codebase was not designed to evolve this way. With the amount of support we got, even though sales were increasing, the revenues didn’t cover our support and development costs. We decided to make a big change. When we decided to go freemium, it meant 3 major steps: 1. Re-write the codebase entirely to be able to support growth 2. Break-down the features into paid addons 3. Market the product in a totally different way We released the freemium version, version 3, in december 2014. From this date, we were thrilled to see that our previsions were quite accurate: the amount of support dropped, the revenues raised. We were finally able to provide a great product, great support, and continue improving the product. This is why we currently have such a heavy roadmap. 6. Are you the original owner of the business? My company is the original owner of this product. We created it from the ground up. 7. Why is the business being sold? The parent company of Awesome Support is N2Clic Limited. Sadly, N2Clic is in the process of shutting down. After the founders discussed the matter of the company’s products, it became obvious that it would be for the best to sell Awesome Support. We believe this is also the best thing we can do for our customers. In order to continue developing the product and bringing more functionalities, a dedicated team is needed and we won’t be able to provide that in the future. It might not seem like a lot to some, but we have a few thousands customers to satisfy and it is very important to us that these users don’t get dumped. 8. Are there any skills / knowledge required to successfully run this business? If so, please explain. Obviously some online business skills are required. On the technical side of things, advanced WordPress development skills are required, as well as solid PHP, CSS, JS, jQuery skills. The code coverage is about 15%. You can review the build history on TravisCI and inspect the code quality on Scrutinizer. You can check out the plugin on GitHub: https://github.com/Awesome-Support/Awesome-Support PACKAGE 1. Please list all domain names that are included in the sale getawesomesupport.com 2. Are there any social media accounts included in the sale? If so, please list them along with the URLs to such accounts. The Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/awesomesupport/ The Twitter account: https://twitter.com/_awesomesupport 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? There is a mailing list included. It will be provided as an export from a MailChimp list (we cannot just transfer the account as it is used for other purpose as well). The list has 553 subscribers. 4. Does the sale include existing customer data? If so, in which format is this provided and how extensive is the customer database? All customer data is stored in the shop’s database (WordPress + Easy Digital Downloads) 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? As the original creator and owner, we own all the rights to this product. TRAFFIC & MARKETING 1. What are the primary traffic sources of the site? Direct traffic / upsell 2. Have you done any Search Engine Optimisation? SEO has been optimized 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. We barely work on this now. Our ranking is stable. 5. Do you or have you ever purchased traffic? If so, please provide a brief overview Never. 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? Getawesomesupport.com - awesome support 2nd - wordpress support plugin 3rd - support plugin for wordpress 4th The WordPress.org plugin page - wordpress support plugin 1st - support plugin for wordpress 1st REVENUE 1. Which payment processor(s) does the website utilise? Paypal 2. Please confirm that all revenue sources are transferable to the new owner After the Paypal address will be updated in the shop’s settings, all revenues will go to the new owner. 3. Are you able to provide live revenue verification? Yes: https://youtu.be/cDu8rc4Gghc 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 (see Easy Digital Downloads) 6. Please provide a brief overview of product/service pricing and how has it evolved over the last 12 months? Paid addons are priced based on the amount of work required to develop them and the customer’s demand. All our addons have a three tiers pricing: - Single Site - 2-5 Sites - Unlimited Sites We will provide the formula used for calculating 2-5 Sites and Unlimited Sites tiers price based on the Single Site price. 7. What is the site’s average Refund/Chargeback rate over the last 12 months? I don’t have a number for the refunds (simply because our monthly revenues, as seen in the profit & loss spreadsheet, are calculated after deducting refunds). The primary reason for refunds is customers buying without thoroughly reviewing what the addon(s) do and then realizing that this is not exactly what they wanted. 8. What are the main expenses of the business (please list any recurring expenses that account for more than 1% of overall revenue) We don’t have any expense that account for more than 1% of the overall revenue. The main expense is web hosting ($20/month DigitalOcean Droplet). 9. What is the average purchase price? The average purchase is around $53 USD. 10. If necessary, do you have tax returns available to support your revenue claims? No. OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE 1. Please provide a breakdown of ownership and the organizational structure of the business. Because this product belongs to my company I can’t make a clear statement here but here is what it looks like: Julien, co-owner, back-end development Julien, co-owner, front-end development Yes, we are 2 different Juliens ;) 2. Please provide a breakdown of the operations of your business Support – 2 hours per day Planning – 1 hours a month Development – 10 hours a month 3. Does the owner of the site need any specific skillsets in order to successfully maintain and manage the site? See question #8 4. How do you handle customer support and what is the average volume? Customer support is handled through our own customer support product on getawesomesupport.com There is an average of around 20 new 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. We only get some help from contributors on the open source core product. 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? That’s a tough question and I can’t answer it because it depends entirely on what development the buyer decides to do. The workload varies a ton depending on what the features are. 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? See question #5 8. Are there any skills / knowledge required to successfully run this business? If so, please explain. See question #8 TECHNICAL 1. What programming language is the website’s product created in? PHP, CSS, JS, jQuery 2. Does the product require constant updating? Strange question. If you want to keep improving the product then yes, of course. I don’t see why one wouldn’t want to update the product. It surely won’t break if not updated but I don’t see the point. 3. When was the last time the source code was updated? How often do you release updates? The source code is updated very often. Sometimes on a daily basis. We try to release new version often, once a month if possible. We are currently finishing a major update and it will be the first update in a couple of 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? The core product itself doesn’t reply on APIs. However, some of the addons do. Those APIs aren’t updated too often though. Major updates of these APIs breaking backward compatibility are rare. 5. Where is the site hosted and does this need to change after purchase? The site is hosted on a DigitalOcean droplet. We will transfer the droplet to the new owner after purchase. Some statistics: Grade A SSL using more and more popular Let’s Encrypt. See https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=getawesomesupport.com The website uses HTTP/2. PageSpeed score is 95/100. We use a KeyCDN as content delivery network to optimize the speed of the website across the world (new owner will need to use a new KeyCDN account if he wants to continue using it as we use this account for other things in the company). COMPETITION 1. Please describe your main competitors - https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-support-plus-responsive-ticket-system/ - https://wordpress.org/plugins/sola-support-tickets/ 2. What makes the website better than its competition? Our core product is way more advanced and thanks to our freemium model we can offer a wider variety of features. Also, thanks to our freemium model again, customers can manage their spending by only getting the features they want as opposed to having to buy an expensive package with stuff they don’t need. MISCELLANEOUS 1. Do you own any other internet-based businesses? I am the co-owner of N2Clic Limited which, as explained above, is in the process of closing down. 2. Are you willing to sign a 3-year non-compete contract in the industry that the website operates in? No. Not that I have plans for a competing product, but one never knows what the future is going to be and a refuse to lock myself out of something by principle. 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 support & training. The amount of training will have to be discussed with the buyer depending on their experience. 4. What are the primary growth opportunities that you see for the business going forward? The primary growth opportunity is extremely simple and has great potential: we have a huge roadmap of paid addons to develop. This roadmap is part of the package. Awesome Support’s value is not just the raw numbers showed in the reports. One very important part is the roadmap. There are, as of today, 51 issues open on GitHub. While a few of them (less than 10) are bugs, the rest is feature requests and improvement ideas. We also have a Trello roadmap with lots of ideas and features requests: https://trello.com/b/pHYdtkHc Not only the roadmap contains lots of ideas for future developments, but those ideas are being voted by our users. This means that, for each idea, you can estimate how bad people want it. That is a great business indicator and it helps prioritize the features that actually grow the revenues. 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)? Absolutely not. The business is entirely online. 6. Do you have anything to add to the above? The costs for running getawesomesupport.com are very small. We have never done any paid promotion and only rely on organic channels (WordPress.org, user reviews, blog articles, etc). Some of our organic links are: http://www.wpbeginner.com/plugins/6-best-help-desk-customer-support-plugins-for-wordpress/ https://www.woothemes.com/products/awesome-support/ https://easydigitaldownloads.com/3rd-party-extensions/#helpdesk One more important thing: in the loss & profit spreadsheet, there is a line “Commissions” in the expenses. We redistribute two types of commissions: third-party vendor and affiliates. Awesome Support currently has one third-party vendor to which the most part of the commissions are paid. 70% of the sales amount of this addon are paid to the author. We had an affiliate program a couple of month ago that we stopped. We currently have 8 remaining affiliates including WooCommerce. The amount paid to affiliates is very small. Now, this expense can be removed by a one-time purchase. The third-party vendor agrees to sell his addon for $4,000 (one year of commissions for him) that will come in addition to the price of the sale of Awesome Support.

6 y/o Work at Home Blog Earning $2,500/mo 50,000+ Unique Visits/mo & 120,000+ Pageviews/mo
$60,000 Cash Flow: $28,505
6 y/o Work at Home Blog Earning $2,500/mo 50,000+ Unique Visits/mo & 120,000+ Pageviews/mo

San Francisco, CA

BUSINESS DESCRIPTION 1. Please state your full name and company name [Known to Broker] 2. When was the business established? June 2010 3. How is the business monetized? There are multiple revenue streams. Adsense, Adthrive, Flexjobs and Indeed are the main sources of income and then I monetize through affiliate campaigns such as escalate media, panthera. Finally, I also sell advertising directly on the site and sell job listings to employers. 4. How is content produced? I write content myself and I have a few writers who produce content for the site as well. 5. What advertising methods do use (direct, network, sponsored posts, email blasts) Social networking, mainly Facebook and Pinterest, and Newsletter campaigns are the main source of advertising I use. Additionally, I have a small network of other bloggers in the niche that I work with. We all work to help promote each other’s content and build each other’s sites. 6. How has the business evolved since it was first established? WAHAdventures was built at a time when blogging was very new. There was very little competition in the niche and at the time, very little was known about working from home. Now, it has become more commonplace. I now have to be more creative with how I market the articles, especially with titles. Simply stating a company hires work from home positions is not interesting. You know must highlight something more appealing like, a high pay rate or extreme flexibility. 7. Who is your typical visitor? The typical visitor of WAHAdventures is a female between 25-55 who is looking for a way to make money online. According to statistics, majority of the readers are college educated. 8. Are you the original owner of the business? Yes, I am the original curator of the site. 10. Why is the business being sold? I am looking to simplify my life. I have my hand in way too many pots. I would like to focus on my passion of graphic design and working for Shutterstock. 11. Are you looking to sell the entire company? Yes, I am looking to sell the company. PACKAGE 1. Please list all domain names that are included in the sale Wahadventures.com and www.wahadventures.com 2. Are there any social media accounts included in the sale? https://www.facebook.com/Adventuresofworkingfromhome/ https://twitter.com/WAHAdventures And I can add you to this board: https://www.pinterest.com/mirandagrimm/make-money-online/ 3. Are there any mailing lists included in the sale? Mailchimp and there are approximately 6400 subscribers 4. Are there any rights, trademarks, intellectual property included in the sale? Nothing has been trademarked TRAFFIC & MARKETING 1. What are the primary traffic sources of the site? Google, Facebook, Pinterest 2. Have you done any Search Engine Optimisation? My SEO if very pure and organic. In order to maintain current traffic levels, you should expect to post 1-2 times a week, remain active on Social Networks and send out a list of job listings via a Newsletter Campaign at least once a week. 3. Do you or have you ever purchased traffic? Absolutely not. I do not believe in forcing traffic or interest in the site. I believe in the old “slow and steady wins the race” tactic and believe it has a long lasting effect with Google and the audience. 4. To your knowledge, has the site ever received any search engine penalties (manual or algorithmic)? Not to my knowledge 5. Do you use, or have you experimented with direct / display advertising? If this means where customers buy advertising directly from you, yes. I prefer this type of advertising. There are many companies that hire people to work from home and advertise their openings via job listings and banner advertising. They are willing to pay for this exposure. 6. Do you use, or have you experimented with, social media marketing I have experimented with social media marketing and I find it is always evolving. It is difficult to think I have figured anything out because it changes the moment I learn anything. 7. Are there any other sales / marketing initiatives that you use, or have experimented with? I have completed the online course, Elite Blogging Academy. FINANCIALS 1. Which ad networks does the website utilise? Adsense and Adthrive 2. Please confirm that all advertiser accounts are transferable to the new owner Yes 3. If your website utilizes direct advertising, how are these relationships managed? Via email, directly. 4. Are you able to provide live revenue verification? I am not sure what this means. 5. Is the website’s revenue kept separate from other businesses and/or personal accounts? Unfortunately not completely. I am a terrible bookkeeper. 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? Not always 7. What are the main expenses of the business (please list any recurring expenses that account for more than 1% of overall revenue) Server Fee- Flywheel, Mailchimp, Boardbooster, Writer Costs, VA costs 8. 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. Miranda, Owner (100%), Everything, 100% of net proft 2. Please provide a breakdown of the operations of your business Posts- 1-2 blog posts a week - 2-3 hours / week Job Listings- Post at least 10 listings a week - 2 hours/week Newsletter - Send Job listings and post updates - 1 hour/week Social Network - Update Facebook, Pinterest Etc - 2 hours/week - Respond to comments and messages Email Maintence - Respond to readers, etc - 2 hours/week General Maintenance - Website updates, technical issues etc - 1 hour/week 3. Does the owner of the site need any specific skillsets in order to successfully maintain and manage the site? WordPress, SEO knowledge, an understanding of working from home and the ability to create attractive images for Pinterest would help make the site successful. 4. How do you handle customer support and what is the average volume? Customer support is handle through comments, social network and email. The average volume is about an hour a week, depending on the type of questions or needs the readers have and how much I decide to delve into their questions. For example, if someone says they are having a hard time finding a job online as a nurse in Georgia, I could approach that by finding them specific jobs and link to job listings, which would take me a bit of time. Or I could link them to Indeed’s job search query of “remote nursing” in Georgia, which would require less of my time. 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? I do have three writers who are willing to consider a continuation. They are not on a contract. Additionally, one of those writers has been working for me doing a variety of tasks for me as a Virtual assistant and knows the site pretty well. She is also willing to help the new owner. TECHNICAL 1. What platform does the website use? (e.g. WordPress, Shopify, etc.) WordPress 2. Where is the site hosted and does this need to change after purchase? I use Flywheel but it will need to change after purchase because I have other websites (urelated) on the server. COMPETITION 1. Please describe your main competitors Realwaystoearnmoneyonline.com, RatRaceRebellion.com, ThePennyHoarder.com 2. What makes the website better than its competition? WAHAdventures.com is better than its competition because it is organized and easy to browse, honest and free from biased information, non-commercialized. MISCELLANEOUS 1. Do you own any other internet-based businesses? Yes and no they are not related. 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? There is a lot more potential for the site for someone who is ready to focus on it again. I have not had the time to dedicate to it and have put a half hearted focus on it for the last year. I am excited to see what a new owner, with a fresh perspective will do with it. 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

FedEx Local Line Haul 2 FedEx Local Line Haul ...... San Francisco
$125,000 Cash Flow: $70,000
FedEx Local Line Haul 2 FedEx Local Line Haul ...... San Francisco

San Francisco, CA

2 FedEx Local Line Haul Runs ..... Includes 2 tractors. San Francisco CA

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.

5 Baby Products Business For Sale Business in Booming Baby Products Industry
$100,000 Cash Flow: $10,000 Seller Financing
Baby Products Business For Sale Business in Booming Baby Products Industry

Contra Costa County, CA

Overview The Company is a wholesaler of premium high quality award-winning diaper bags that are made in the USA. The growing trend for diaper bags that look and feel like handbags along with the steady demand for “Made in the USA” products has made the Foxy Vida brand a well-respected name in the $40+Billion baby products market that is set to expand to $60+Billion by 2017. The compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for this market is estimated to be approximately 7%. The company’s wholesale customer list includes Blue Chip names like Nordstrom, Babies R us, Amazon, Diapers.com, Zulily, Ebags and XYZ. It also sells directly to retail customers. The company utilizes a direct sales model and a robust e-commerce site to reach it’s largely U.S. centric customer base. The “Made in the USA” moniker also creates desirability in international wholesale distribution channels including the Netherlands, Japan, Australia and Canada. The company operates in a single location with low overhead. The manufacturing operations are outsourced to a factory located in San Francisco, CA and future design work has been completed through its spring 2017 line. Marketing is conducted through issuing surveys to customer database, retail “trunk” shows, internet marketing outreach, and partnerships with media and bloggers.

Specialty Retail Store with E-Commerce Component in South SF Bay Extremely profitable long establish Retail (SBA financing)
$482,000 Cash Flow: $188,000
Specialty Retail Store with E-Commerce Component in South SF Bay Extremely profitable long establish Retail (SBA financing)

Sunnyvale, CA

Specialty Retail Store with E-Commerce Component in San Francisco Bay Area Title: Long established Specialty Retail Store with ecommerce component in SF Bay Area Asking Price: $482,000 2015 Revenues: $750,000 2015 Adjusted Cash Flow: $188,000 Following items are included in the purchase price: (approximate) FF & E: $10,000 Buyer to pay for these in addition to purchase price: Inventory: $47,000 AR: $31,000 AP: $16,000 (Industry: Specialty Retail Store) This company was established about 23 years ago and has been under the current ownership for the past 7 years. Owner is relocating out of state and wishes to sell the business. This company sells products used by businesses and home owners every day. They carry a large variety of these products and are a one stop shop when looking for them. They have the expertise to help the customer find the correct replacement item or a new and improved version. They sell to individual customers, owners of high-end homes, hotels and other commercial establishments, as well as to contractors. They are also a top rated seller on Amazon and eBay and sell through several of their own websites. This company has done consistent business over the years and has steady, repeat customers. They are located in Santa Clara County in the same high-visibility, centralized location since their inception. This opportunity would be ideal for an individual with a sales background and good customer service skills. The Owner has the store very well organized and uses a sophisticated inventory management system that simplifies the daily operations. The specific product expertise can be picked up over time as the current owner had no experience in this type of business when he purchased it. This opportunity could also be a great addition for another company in a similar business located in another part of the state or out of state. The store is open from 9AM to 5PM Monday thru Friday and 10AM to 5PM on Saturday. Business has one full time employee that has worked with the business for a very long time. Business also has another part-time employee. Owner works in the business full time. The offering includes all equipment free and clear of all liens and also includes approximately $47,000 in Inventory and approximately $31,000 in Accounts Receivable and buyer’s assumption of approximately $16,000 in Accounts Payable (Net $62,000 value). Hence the asking price for the business excluding these items is only $420K. This is very attractively priced. SBA loan is possible for a well-qualified individual with good credit, relevant background, and 25% down payment. They are currently housed in a 2,000 SF leased retail facility with the monthly lease payment of $4,217 and NNN of approximately $1,054. The current lease is expiring in the fall of 2016 but landlord is willing to sign a long term lease on comparable terms. Seller is willing to sign a non-compete agreement and will support the buyer with training and transition. Owner is relocating out of state and hence wants to sell the business. If you are interested in pursuing this opportunity, please complete the confidentiality agreement and buyer profile from http://www.AcaciaGroupInc.com/nda.pdf and fax them to us at (408) 852-4358. Upon receipt we will contact you with the details of this opportunity.

4 Nail Spa Beauty Service - San Francisco Richmond Area Very well established nail spa for sale.
$120,000 Cash Flow: $65,000
Nail Spa Beauty Service - San Francisco Richmond Area Very well established nail spa for sale.

San Francisco, CA

This business is servicing it's neighborhood since 2009. It is generating a constant and steady stream of income. Please call or email for further details.

Long established Tools Distributor in SF Bay Area Attractively Priced, Long Established, Tools Distriutor
$185,000 Cash Flow: $122,000
Long established Tools Distributor in SF Bay Area Attractively Priced, Long Established, Tools Distriutor

CA

Tools Distributor in San Francisco Bay Area Title: Long established Tools Distributor Asking Price: $185,000 2015 Revenues: $1,500,000 2015 Adjusted Cash Flow: $122,000 All Furniture Fixtures & Equipment is included in the above price. Buyer to also pay for Inventory: $184,000 AR: $60,000 AP: $30,000 (Additional $214,000 approx.) (Industry: Machining Industry) This company was established about 65 years ago, has been in the family for almost 50 years, and under current owner’s ownership for the past 11 years. Company is a distributor of Tools needed for machine shops. Business has done consistent business over the years and has steady, repeat customers. This opportunity would be ideal for an individual with sales background and good customer service skills. It will also be ideal for another company to acquire. The offering includes all equipment free and clear of all liens. Buyer is expected to pay for and take the Inventory, AR, and AP in the amounts of $184,000 in Inventory and approximately $60,000 in Accounts Receivable and buyer’s assumption of approximately $30,000 in Accounts Payable (Net $214K value). The asking price is a very reasonable multiple of the SDE. SBA loan is possible for a well-qualified individual with good credit, background, and 25% down payment. They are currently housed in a 4,200 SF leased facility with the monthly lease payment of $2,500 plus NNN. Owner is willing to help with training and transition. Owner will sign a non-compete agreement. Owner wishes to sell the business in order to retire. If you are interested in pursuing this opportunity, please complete the confidentiality agreement and buyer profile from http://www.AcaciaGroupInc.com/nda.pdf and fax them to us at (408) 852-4358. Upon receipt we will contact you with the details of this opportunity.

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.

Nail Salon in Premier SF Neighborhood 30 years Established Nail Salon in Premier SF Location
$159,000 Cash Flow: $140,000
Nail Salon in Premier SF Neighborhood 30 years Established Nail Salon in Premier SF Location

San Francisco, CA

This business has been established for over 30 years in one of San Francisco's premier neighborhoods. Barriers to entry are very high in the neighborhood. There is room to double the size of the facility and expand to additional salon services.

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.

Self Serve Restaurant Business Opportunity Self Serve Restaurant Business Opportunity
$108,000
Self Serve Restaurant Business Opportunity 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.

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.

5 y/o Content Production Business Making $171,000/Year Grossing $14,300/Month
$125,000 Cash Flow: $95,081
5 y/o Content Production Business Making $171,000/Year Grossing $14,300/Month

San Francisco, CA

BUSINESS 1.Please state your full name [known to broker, will be made available upon a succesful offer] 2. Please briefly describe the business model Private label content licensing for content marketers 3. When was the business established? August 2010 4. How has the business evolved since it was first established? We have grown from launching periodically to new products each week and a base ofrecurring subscribers. Our content catalog has also grown massively. 5.Whois your typical customer? Bloggers, speakers, authors, trainers and marketers mainly. 6. Are you the original owner of the business? Yes 7.Whyis the business being sold? The 3 partners are involved in several companies. We’re bored with this one :)8. Are you looking to sell the company (stock sale) or just the assets of the business (asset sale).Asset Sale PACKAGE 1. Please list all domain names that are included in the sale [will be made available upon a successful inquiry] 2. Are there any social media accounts included in the sale? If so, please list them along with the URLs to such accounts.No. We never did social media. 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?aWeber is the provider. We have 6906 subscribers who are mostly buyers 4. Does the sale include existing customer data? If so, in which format is this provided and how extensive is the customer database? Yes. We can transfer the paypal account, data dump from paypal and any other records we have from Aweber and JVZoo. 5. Are there any rights, trademarks, intellectual property included in the sale? The content catalog is a huge asset worth around $50,000 this is part of the asset sale. Licenses can be sold indefinitely from this source content. INVENTORY 1.Does the business carry any inventory? If so, approximately how much inventory does the business keep atany given time andisany current inventory included in the price? Inventory is digital downloads. The content asset is inventory but does not need tobe replenished other than new content being added. 2. Where is the business’s inventory kept? Amazon WebService Server 3.Is it necessary for the business to keep its inventory in a particular country or a state, in order toretain the current profitability? No 4. How are shipments into and out of the warehouse / storage units managed? N/A SUPPLIER RELATIONS 1. How many suppliers does the business use and for how long has the business used these suppliers? We have freelancers who write the content for us. We work with about 10of them throughout the year. Some have been with us 5 years. 2. Does the business benefit from any volume pricing arrangements with anyof its suppliers? No 3. Explain your payment terms with your supplier(s)? We pay writers in advance oron delivery for their work 4.Do you have written agreements with said suppliers in place, and are such agreements transferable to the new owner? We have copyright transfer agreements. These would need to be re-signed with the new owner and we will sign one over to you for existing content. 5. How often and through which channel do you pay your suppliers for purchased goods? Paypal. On demand 6. What is the average lead time from the day order is placed until customer receives the good. Instant. 7. Have you changed suppliers in the past, if so, why? Yes. Writers are not always hungry. Sowe have let some go for increasing prices or failing to deliver timely work. It’s rarebutit can happen. OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE 1. Please provide a breakdown of ownership and the organizational structure of the business. [known to broker, will be made available upon successful inquiry] 2. Please provide a breakdown of the operations of your business - Project management 1 hour per week - Customer Support 0.5 hour per week - Quality assurance 2 hours per week - Webmaster 3 hours per week - Marketing 2 hours per week 3. Does the owner of the site need any specific skillsets in order to successfully maintain andmanage the site? Basic understanding of content marketing, ecommerce and wordpress is helpful. We can train the new owner. 4. How do you handle customer support and what is the average volume? avg 50 tickets per month most of which are30-60 seconds of time to respond. Most of the replies are handled by a macro - 50-60% are people claiming bonuses we offered on affiliate promos - The remainder of tickets are tech issues such as- Login issues - Broken/problematic download links - Pre-sales questions - Unzip errors - Problems with specific files (i.e. someone cannot open a PPT file with their version of powerpoint) 5.Do you employ any people or use any freelancers andif so, are such contracts accounted for onthe Profit & Loss Statement and transferable to the new owner?We use freelancers. They are accounted for in P&L. They are not under any contracts since they’refreelancers but they’re always hungry for work and will be happy to work with the new owner assuming they are treated well and paid on time :) TRAFFIC & MARKETING 1.What are the primary traffic sources of the site?Email to existing/old customers Affiliate email promotions 2. Have you done any Search Engine Optimisation? If so, what level of SEO effort is required for the site to maintain its current traffic levels? We have not done any SEO other than basic on page. This isan opportunity for growth. 3.To your knowledge, has the site ever received any search engine penalties (manual oralgorithmic)?None 4. What level of SEO effort is required for the site to maintain its current traffic levels? None 5.Do you or have you ever purchased traffic? If so, please provide a brief overviewWe have not done any traffic purchasing 6.Do you run any other marketing campaigns, such as display advertising, social media marketing, offline advertising or anything else?We promote in a few affiliate groups on Facebook. This is free. We can show the new owner how topick up where we leave off. 7.How does the site rank for related keywords? We don’t rank well for anything now. FINANCIALS 1. Which payment processor(s) does the website utilise? Paypal 2. Please confirm that all revenue sources are transferable to the new ownerYes they are 3. Are you able to provide live revenue verification? Yes we can 4. Is the website’s revenue kept separate from other businesses and/or personal accounts? Yes it is separate. 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? Average profit has always been about 50% which accounts for affiliates and freelancer payments. 7. What is the site’s average Refund/Return rate over the last 12 months? What is the primary reason for the returns ?0.95% average. Mostly people buying something they didn’t need/want or just unhappy with their purchase. Also some refunds come when we rebill monthly or annual members. 8. What are the main expenses of the business? Freelance writers and designers to create our products Affiliate commissions for new customer acquisition Hosting, plugins, software 9.If necessary, do you have tax returns available to support your revenue claims? Tax returns would be from the larger company that owns more business assets. We can share ifneeded for due diligence but the Paypal account should be sufficient. TECHNICAL 1. What platform does the website use? Wordpress and WooCommerce 2. Has the website changed platforms in the last 2 years? Yes we switched from Wordpress/DLGuard to Wordpress/Woocommerce to help on page SEO and make scale easier 3. Where is the site hosted and does this need to change after purchase? Siteground. no need to change I am sure we can migrate to your account. COMPETITION 1. Please describe your main competitors http://contentsparks.com is a competitor but they are also an affiliate of ours. Weare also anaffiliate of theirs. It’s non a cutthroat competitive business. It’s very cooperative and we all get along and promote each other. 2. What makes the website better than its competition? We have a greater product offering and our graphics are better. We release more products per month consistently. MISCELLANEOUS 1.Do you own any other internet-based businesses? We own several content licensing businesses in graphics and written content. EGVectorToons.com ToolsForMotivation.com 2. Are you willing to sign a 3-year non-compete contract in the industry that the website operates in? No. Weare still operating in a similar space. This presents an opportunity for us to affiliate with the new owners. We can sign a non compete specific to the category of content but not content licensing. We plan to work with the new owner in exchange for commissions tokeep driving new customers and we propose a similar arrangement in return. We can help each other grow. 3. Will you provide 1-3 months of post-sale support & training to ensure a smooth transition? We will provide more than that if needed. We want to ensure that the owner has everything they need tokeep existing customers happy and grow the business. This will bean ongoing relationship. 4. What are the primary growth opportunities that you see for the business going forward? Offering exclusive custom content for hire Repackaging existing content into new bundles Breaking down existing bundles into smaller products Private affiliate deals Webinars 5. Are there any geographical limitations to the potential buyer of the business? You should be in a country where Paypal is operating. 6.Do you have anything to add to the above? I look forward to working with the new owner. This is not a situation where weare retiring. Sowewill be available to assist and advise ongoing. We want to maintain a business relationship that is

Fast Growing Pop-Under Ad Network Under-monetized ad network with low workload!
$850,000 Cash Flow: $287,830
Fast Growing Pop-Under Ad Network Under-monetized ad network with low workload!

San Francisco, CA

For sale is an ad network specializing in pop-under ads. The business buys pop-under traffic from publishers and sells it to advertisers. Typical customers include website owners (publishers), online business owners (advertisers), and ad networks who buy online pop-under traffic. The sale of the business includes the technology stack behind the ad network. The entire process of signups, submission of sites/campaigns, statistics, earnings, and payments are managed automatically by the self-service platform. The only staff interaction is content approval. Also included in the sale is a user database with over 23,000 users and email addresses that have never been contacted. The business has both Facebook and Twitter accounts that would transfer with the sale as well. The business started as a side project and has developed into a successful ad network needing someone to take over and devote time to fully monetize this business. The owner is looking to sell in order to raise capital for his other brick and mortar businesses. The business is monetized via the buying and selling of pop-under ad traffic. Clients deposit advertising budget funds to be spent on advertisements via the platform. Currently the owner spends roughly 7-10 hours a week on the business. His responsibilities include answering emails and Skype calls, managing payments, campaigns, partnerships with other ad networks. The business employs a contract worker who assists with customer support emails / tickets and would come with the sale of the business. As an example of how this business has been under-monetized, a simple growth opportunity would be to start sending newsletter campaigns to the 23,000+ user list that has never been contacted. Expansion into other ad traffic would be a great opportunity as many publishers and advertisers have reached out to the business looking to buy display traffic. Further integration of API’s and optimization of revenues with other third party ad networks can greatly improve the networks efficiency and maximize revenues.

Tea Business in Marin Established tea business ready for expansion
$250,000
Tea Business in Marin Established tea business ready for expansion

Marin County, CA

This company is a tea retail and wholesale business selling top-quality organic teas to a rapidly growing customer base. Teas are being sourced from hand-selected suppliers from the leading tea production areas world-wide. Tea varietals include tea blends that are based on proprietary recipes and are blended in-house. Teas are sold through a well-located retail space that also houses the tea production facility. Wholesale customers include high-end restaurants, cafes, and leading health-food stores. The company owns a custom-designed, fully functional e-commerce internet site. This is a fantastic opportunity to get immediate access to the booming tea market in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. The company is unique in a variety of ways: - premium-quality teas are sourced from hand-selected suppliers. - proprietary, highly innovative tea blends. - established and growing retail and wholesale customer base. - excellent location. - customized retail and tea production space ready for further expansion. The company is perfectly set up for further development. Buyers will be able to leverage existing features to utilize the company's enormous potential by: - adding a tea bar and/or tea service to the existing retail space to offer tea tastings and brewed teas. - opening additional retail spaces / tea bars in area of high-demand for quality teas. - continue expanding the whole-sale business by breaking deeper into the San Francisco Bay Area market with its rich repertory of high-end restaurants and boutique cafes. - expand the e-commerce activities, thus reaching the entire U.S. and Canadian markets.

Women's Boutique on Union Street Successful Women's Boutique on Union Street
$139,999
Women's Boutique on Union Street Successful Women's Boutique on Union Street

San Francisco, CA

Voted Best Women’s Boutique in the San Francisco Bay Area for the past 4 years and featured in numerous national fashion publications. The boutique is located in the heart of Union Street, known for unique retail and food establishments. Excellent foot and car traffic from locals and tourists alike. This store first opened in 2007 offering branded clothing and accessories as well as lesser known up and coming independent designers. Almost every item is priced well below $100 with new small batch inventory arriving in store weekly. Over 30% of weekly sales are due to repeat customers. An opportunity for you to own a turnkey operation with inviting ambiance, robust POS system and sales-driven, committed employees. The boutique is replicable in other locations or it can be operated as a stand-alone location. Strong retail metrics and social media presence with the opportunity to develop ecommerce easily and affordably via the website.

3 y/o Tshirt Subscription Business Making $5,000/mo 240 Active Subscribers in 2015
$65,000 Cash Flow: $21,189
3 y/o Tshirt Subscription Business Making $5,000/mo 240 Active Subscribers in 2015

San Francisco, CA

Executive Summary Established in 2013, Hero T-Shirt Club is a monthly subscription service that mails unique, high-quality t-shirts to its customers. Every month, subscribers receive a new t-shirt celebrating a different specialized unit of the U.S. Military, Federal and Local Law Enforcement and Fire Departments. While most of the business’ customers are men, Hero T-Shirt Club offers products for all ages and genders. The business has 240 subscribers and grossed $74k over the last year. The package includes two domains (www.HeroTshirtClub.com & www.HeroT-shirtClub.com), all social media accounts, all customer information, retired inventory, and all IPs associated with Hero T-Shirt Club. With a quality supplier, a loyal customer base, and a recognizable brand, the new owner will be perfectly positioned to take this business to new heights. Business Model Hero T-Shirt Club derives 100% of its revenue from product sales to customers in the United States. Over the trailing twelve months, the business’ gross revenue was approximately $74,000 USD and the net profit was approximately $24,000 USD. This business carries inventory and stores it on-location. However, due to the size and weight of the product and manageable number of SKU’s, inventory could easily be transitioned to a 3rd party fulfillment site without a significant impact to the bottom line. Hero T-Shirt Club has one premium manufacturer/screen printer, and the business is managed by the owner who spends an average of 10 hours per week running the business. This time primarily consists of creating t-shirt designs, responding to customer emails, and packaging/shipping the products. A new owner could easily outsource all of these tasks. Growth Opportunities There are several growth strategies that present very exciting opportunities for the new owner. A new owner could establish an Amazon account to increase sales volume and reduce owner time requirement. Another growth opportunity would be to monetize the webpage via Adsense or other advertising networks. Additionally, the new owner could increase social media presence and paid marketing. A final opportunity would be to expand the business’ product offerings to hats, ties and other related accessories.

5 Book Store - Used and Rare PRICE REDUCED - Profitable Turn-key Operation
$99,000
Book Store - Used and Rare PRICE REDUCED - Profitable Turn-key Operation

Auburn, CA

Winston Smith is a retail used and rare bookstore located on historic Hwy 49 in downtown Auburn, California. The business, which has been successful for 11+ years, is housed in a 3000 sq. ft. space on a scenic street with nearby restaurants and shops. Winston Smith's inventory includes all genres of fiction and non-fiction in hardback and paperback, including an extensive selection of children's books. Over the years Winston Smith has attracted a loyal local customer base but is also a destination for book lovers from all over the state and the country. People find it a treasure trove of used, rare, and collectible books, as a visit to YELP will confirm. In addition, Winston Smith has a reputation for outstanding customer service including special orders of new books.

6 Established Gymboree Play & Music Franchise & Ready-to-Build Territory Established Franchise Ready for Seamless Purchase--Motivated Seller
$45,000
Established Gymboree Play & Music Franchise & Ready-to-Build Territory Established Franchise Ready for Seamless Purchase--Motivated Seller

Hermosa Beach, CA

The Hermosa Beach location of Gymboree Play & Music is for sale, as well as a ready-to-open future site territory that could possibly be located in Playa Vista. The Hermosa Beach location is a turnkey operation ready for an enthusiastic, success-oriented new owner. It is well established, offering parent/child Play, Art and Music classes for children 0-5 with a healthy roster of subscription customers and committed employees. The Hermosa Beach location opened in 2011. The location was built with all new (and current) brand standards, facilities and fixtures and includes a set of classic equipment. The site is offered at $45,000. The site includes a set of classic wooden equipment. The assets of the business include all cash wrap supplies, computer, phones, marketing materials, art supplies, play supplies, musical instruments, cleaning supplies, and merchandise for sale. This site is not expected to require any repairs in the near future but will need a set of new equipment. The ready-to-open territory may be placed anywhere approved by the Gymboree Corporation. The preferred location is in around Playa Vista. This opportunity is priced at $20,000, and does not include any equipment. The Gymboree Corporation is the global leader in child development programs and is located in San Francisco. The Gymboree Corporation is the franchisor for these businesses and provides a turnkey operation, including training, programming, support, equipment, merchandise, marketing and advertising. The Corporation is truly helpful and committed to the success of its franchisees. The franchisee community is tight knit and enthusiastic about the brand. This business is easy to own. The corporation provides everything you need for the operation. Multiple buyers considered. If you are interested in the possibility of owning a Gymboree location, please contact the Gymboree Corporation at the link below and click "US and Canada Opportunities." The Gymboree Corporation will collect your name and then send you an application. Once you have submitted the application to the corporation, the franchisee will be happy to meet with you and tour the location.

Bar Bar downtown San Francisco!!!
$498,000
Bar Bar downtown San Francisco!!!

San Francisco, CA

Bar- Rare San Francisco Bar for sale. Must see. Great location and lease.

Bar / Restaurant Great Location, Greast opportunity
$498,000
Bar / Restaurant Great Location, Greast opportunity

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!!

3 y/o Thriving eCommerce Apparel Business Making $414k/year Easy to Operate Profitable eCommerce Business
$320,000 Cash Flow: $109,754
3 y/o Thriving eCommerce Apparel Business Making $414k/year Easy to Operate Profitable eCommerce Business

San Francisco, CA

Established in 2013, this is a high-quality ecommerce fashion retailer. The business sells the latest men’s and women’s fashion and coolest gadgets to its customers at affordable prices. It’s products can be purchased via its ecommerce portal or on 3rd party marketplaces. The business’ typical customers are men and women between the ages of 24 and 40. The business has a large social media following. With its Pinterest base of about 19k, 26k Facebook follower and 38k Twitter followers, the new owner will be able to save money on influence marketing, maybe even use it as a future revenue stream. The sale includes the business domain, all social media accounts, all customer information, a MailChimp mailing list with nearly 1,200 addresses, all current inventory, and the Shopify store. With a quality supplier, a growing customer base, established strategic partnerships, and a 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 The business generates 100% of its revenue through ecommerce product sales to customers. Over 95% of the business’ sales are to men and women in the United States. Over the trailing twelve months, it’s gross revenue was approximately $414,000 and its net profit was approximately $111,000. While the sale includes inventory, it is fully integrated with a fulfillment center that can handle any shipping scale and has an established relationship with a number of manufacturers. This center is located in North Carolina. The business purchases the products from manufacturers in China then ships the inventory to the fulfillment center. Once a purchase has been made, the fulfillment center then packages/ships the product to the customer. Currently, the owners spend an average of 10-15 hours per week operating the business. This time is primarily spent responding to higher level customer service tickets and managing social media and other advertising campaigns. The vast majority of the business is automated and outsourced to a third-party logistics center. There are several compelling growth opportunities that the new owner could pursue. A new owner could expand marketing efforts outside of the United States to further develop the customer base. Another potentially lucrative opportunity a new owner could pursue is promoting products on 3rd party marketplaces like Amazon, eBay, or Rakuten. The new owner could also expand it’s product offerings to belts, cufflinks, ties, jewellery, wallets, and other related accessories. Other growth opportunities include: creating a mobile application, expanding the current affiliate program, and launching an in-house drop-shipping program.

Eco-Friendly Organic Landscaping Service Profitable, Respected, In-Demand
$299,000 Cash Flow: $127,000 Seller Financing
Eco-Friendly Organic Landscaping Service Profitable, Respected, In-Demand

Marin County, CA

Eco-friendly, organic, profitable landscape design, installation, and maintenance company with a well-established affluent residential customer base in the north San Francisco Bay area. Excellent opportunity for a new owner to operate or for an existing company to expand its base.

Highly Profitable Executive Management Service Company For Sale Nationally Recognized Service Business With Great Staff
$298,499
Highly Profitable Executive Management Service Company For Sale Nationally Recognized Service Business With Great Staff

San Rafael, CA

For the past 14 years the owners of this very successful Nationally Recognized Service Company have grown the business to encompass a territory with over 100,000++ targeted households in the San Rafael & San Francisco County region. The owners have scaled up the business over the years and are now ready to retire. The company has a great local reputation and an excellent well-experienced staff in place The business comes with 13 Fully Branded Vehicles, 35 employees; including 1 Office Specialist, 1 Administrative Assistant, fully functional office equipment, computers, supplies and more.. This is a well-known Nationally Branded Franchise Company that has established a strong customer base & referral network in the Marin & San Francisco County communities. The business itself is a Professional High-End Customer Service Based Residential Cleaning & Maid Service Business Professional Executive Level Management Business...Owner does not do the work. Min. $120,000 LIQUID & GOOD CREDIT REQUIRED TO QUALIFY Total Investment Asking $298,499 For more information: CALL: 866-307-6380 631-869-5150 (Direct Line)

San Francisco Tanning Salon - 5 Rooms - Exclusive Retail Products San Francisco Tanning Salon - 5 Rooms - Exclusive Retail Products
$100,000 Cash Flow: $52,000
San Francisco Tanning Salon - 5 Rooms - Exclusive Retail Products San Francisco Tanning Salon - 5 Rooms - Exclusive Retail Products

San Francisco, CA

Entry level buy-a-job opportunity for someone who is passionate about the tanning industry or an ideal roll up for an existing Bay area tanning owner or chain. Seller has an exclusive distribution agreement for a full line of lotions related to tanning with a Company that is according to the Seller one of the best lines in the tanning industry. Repeat clientele makes up a large percentage of sales. 63 new clients 827 clients serviced in March, as reported by Salon Touch. 20% Spray customers, 80% Tanning customers. NDA is required to secure additional information about the Company.

6 B2B Franchises with Recurring Income 6 B2B Franchises with Recurring Income in San Francisco, CA
$224,000 Seller Financing
6 B2B Franchises with Recurring Income 6 B2B Franchises with Recurring Income in San Francisco, CA

San Francisco, CA

Established, profitable, high volume B2B niche service franchise. The sale includes 6 franchise territories valued at more than $224,000. This is one of the largest territory sizes in the franchise brand. The business has been in operation for over twenty years and specializes in a high-demand service with recurring income. The owner is retiring and is willing to assist with the transition for more than one year. This is a simple business to own and operate with more than 80% of the revenue generated from one high demand service. The sale includes 6 operating franchises in the following counties: San Francisco, Solano, Sonoma, Napa, Marin, and Western Contra Costa. These franchises can be sold together or separately. No previous experience is required. Long term training and support is provided. Scalable business model. Repeat customer base. Cash-based business, no receivables. Low overhead. Seller financing available for qualified buyers. Flexible hours and high margins. Very motivated seller. This is an established business, this is NOT a new franchise or start-up opportunity ***Please look for an email titled "Morgan & Westfield –“ B2B Franchises with Recurring Income” after contacting us. You can access more information on this business after e-signing our Confidentiality Agreement. ***

3 Highly Profitable Interior Plantscape Business for Sale SF Interior Plantscape Business. Since 1982. Strong Client Base.
$1,100,000 Cash Flow: $197,480
Highly Profitable Interior Plantscape Business for Sale SF Interior Plantscape Business. Since 1982. Strong Client Base.

San Francisco, CA

History: After receiving a Bachelor of Science Degree in Ornamental Horticulture, the owner created this sole proprietorship in 1982. Her husband has worked in the business since the beginning. The majority of clients are located in San Francisco and the rest are from the entire SF Bay Area. What the Company Does: This company sells or rents indoor tropical plants and decorative containers to commercial clients and then provides the weekly on-going plant maintenance. There is also a Color Program, providing on-going potted flowers like Orchids and Bromeliads. These flowers are changed automatically when they start to decline. There is a set monthly fee that incorporates the cost of the flowers and the labor for installation and removal. A seasonal service that is provided is decorated and un-decorated Christmas trees, wreaths, garland, and Poinsettias. Currently, there are 130+ customers paying monthly fees. These include corporate offices and lobbies, hospitals, car dealerships, government buildings, and many more. This business does not do residential work and does not sell in a retail setting. It is not a plant store or a florist. It is strictly business to business. This is a simple business, easy to learn. The business enjoys the best of both commercial worlds: sales and on-going service. One advantage of this selected type of business is that it is technology-proof. How one takes care of a plant today will never become obsolete tomorrow- it remains constant. One more perk is the reduced cost for offices and warehouse because the client never needs to come to the office; from start to finish, employees go to the client. Employees: This business has 4 full-time employees, 1 part-time employee, and 1 occasional worker. The business fosters happy and satisfied employees, one who has been with the company for 15 years and another for 12 years. All employees are eager to continue working at this business after the sale. Reason for Selling: The Owners are retiring. Currently, they have hired employees to do much of what they used to do when they were younger. A new buyer could easily make more of a profit by working full time and reducing these additional wages they have to pay. Growth Potential: The Owners have had a relaxed attitude towards growth, relying on referrals, an excellent reputation, and a $220/month Google AdWords account for new clients. Even with this relaxed attitude, the business grew 11% in gross income and 20% in net income in 2015. Someone who is younger and willing to have a marketing program and an enthusiasm for sales could make loads of money. The business has been through 3 recessions and although it did lose some clients, the business always remained solid and recession-resistant. Many of its competitors went bankrupt and there are not nearly as many Interiorscape Companies in San Francisco now as compared with 2008. There are so many businesses in need of plants in the SF Bay Area, the demand greatly exceeds the supply. The single customer business risk has been estimated to zero percent due to the fact that the portfolio of customers appears highly diversified across a relatively large number of small- to medium-sized accounts. The business currently has 130+ long time customers paying monthly fees. There is no dependence on a small group of large-account clients. The start-up business risk is not relevant because the company has successfully operated from Y1982. Thus, the projections and growth rate for the forecast period and beyond can be taken with low risk/minimal uncertainty. A thorough DCF valuation of the business will be sent upon request. Copies of Financial Reports, the website address, and business name will be sent upon completion of a Non Disclosure Agreement by qualified buyer (see below). Buyer should also demonstrate the ability to purchase.

Shopify Niched E-commerce Web Design - Successful! Explosive growth, owner turning away $20,000-80,000+ in leads a week!
$290,000
Shopify Niched E-commerce Web Design - Successful! Explosive growth, owner turning away $20,000-80,000+ in leads a week!

Los Angeles, CA

Successful e-commerce web design business with explosive potential for new owners. Established in 2010, this e-commerce web design business has a flawless A+ reputation that provides consistent income currently with a large over abundance of leads. Specializing in cloud based e-commerce software Shopify, this business is heavily niched for online shopping websites, providing high quality theme design & development, app development, marketing, SEO, SEM, and more. The business also provides WordPress web design, but 95% of leads are geared toward shopify e-commerce. Highly ranked organic regional searches & Shopify experts profile brings in continuous profitable leads every day from Los Angeles, San Francisco, and the entire USA. All Shopify leads provide long-term client relationships with unlimited up-sell potential going forward. With extremely low overhead (below $2,000 a year) and the bonus of earning Shopify's partner commissions on all projects, the sky is the limit for profits for the new owner. This web design business has been run solely by the owner from home, which has seriously limited the profits to this point to around $100-140k a year. Owner is turning away $20,000-80,000+ leads a week per month and that does not include the phone call leads received, which owner does not have time to contact any. New owner will have the opportunity to turn this well oiled machine it a robust superpower in the shopify e-commerce domain. • Consistent premium Shopify leads from Los Angeles, California & USA • Sale includes transfer of commissions account earning $10,000-15,000 a year commissions and growing! • Owner turning away $20,000-80,000+ in leads a week and that does not count missed phone leads! • Company currently does not outsource any work or have any employees and has been run solely by owner. • No paid marketing being done to acquire leads, all leads are coming from organic sources only • Long-term A+ 5 star reputation online • Current client list includes well known global brands and Shopify PLUS clients • Rock solid & impressive portfolio • Business has some clients on WordPress also

Education Site Selling Courses in the Online Marketing Niche Established platform in a growing niche!
$160,000 Cash Flow: $85,624
Education Site Selling Courses in the Online Marketing Niche Established platform in a growing niche!

San Francisco, CA

For sale is a website that sells educational courses primarily focused on technical skills ranging from programming languages such as Ruby on Rails to UX design, developing Apps and Internet Marketing. The typical customers are primarily males ranging from 18 - 40 who are interested in expanding their technical skillsets within the programming and internet marketing niche. For sale is the automated platform along with a list of over 30k students along with the social media sites (Facebook, Twitter). The backend features an automated platform to convert Udemy courses, and the payment backend which manages the payables and payments to the instructors and affiliates. The owner is selling as he wishes to focus on helping his brother with their family business and spend time on a different project of his. The business is monetized through the sale of education courses through the website and affiliates. The owner currently spends about 10 hours a week on the business sending out daily emails to students regarding new courses and promotions. The current owner spends roughly 1 hour a week on support. The primary growth opportunities would be finding more affiliates to offer the current courses within the curriculum and expanding the curriculum. A stronger curriculum base would drive more visitors and revenues into this business. Other growth opportunities would be to increase SEO through blog posts, and course descriptions. Adwords or other paid advertising would be useful as this site currently only depends on affiliate and email marketing. Increasing the catalog of the technical educational courses would definitely drive more students to use this site versus other sites like Udemy as it makes a name for itself within the technical education industry.

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.

Very Busy Smoke Shop - Great Bargain - Huge Potential to Grow $$$$$ Very Busy Smoke Shop – Great Bargain - Huge Potential to Grow - Great $$$$$ Flow
$199,000 Cash Flow: $75,000
Very Busy Smoke Shop - Great Bargain - Huge Potential to Grow $$$$$ Very Busy Smoke Shop – Great Bargain - Huge Potential to Grow - Great $$$$$ Flow

Campbell, CA

* Great $$$$$$$ Flow for Family Operation. * • This smoke shop is located in a very busy shopping center in San Francisco / Campbell Area. * * Current gross revenues are about $60,000 a month, at HIGH MARGIN * * It is a beautiful built 1800 square feet store with a lot of space to grow by adding new products. * • You can increase revenue by adding and selling like lottery, snacks, and drinks. Which current owner is not doing it. * • Lease is $3,655 a month. * • Payroll $4,300 / month * • It is a bargain at its asking price of $199,000 * • Gross sales $720,000 * * Cash Flow is approximately $75,000 * • Seller is very serious and motivated to sell. * • Inventory is about $45,000 (Not included in asking price) * • Please call for showing * • Must sign NDA before showing the business

Turnkey Exxon Property 10% CAP! Huge Potential Remodeled Exxon Northern California!
$1,999,866 Cash Flow: $250,000 Seller Financing
Turnkey Exxon Property 10% CAP! Huge Potential Remodeled Exxon Northern California!

Sacramento, CA

Shell Gas Station With Land For Sale! Beautiful Well Developed City North California! Great Location Very Close To Freeway! Expensive Neighborhood! Very Strong Customer Base! Truly Clean & Pleasant Property! Large Lot Size! Updated Big Convenience Store! Existing Rental Income! Absolutely Clean & Contamination Free Station! Classic Neighborhood Area! Seller Reporting Increasing Sales Figures Monthly! Very Well Maintained Property! Total 4 Dispensers 8 Pumps! Very Up To Date Pumps & Card Readers! All EVR Compliance! Two Gas Tanks & One Diesel! Lot Size Is 16,001 Square Feet! Building Size Is 2,050 Square Feet! Confidential Private Sales Opportunity! Location: San Francisco Areas, CA Asking Price: $1,999,866 Annual Gross: $1,450,000 Annual Net: $250,000 CAP Rate: 6.67% Year Established: 1985 No. Of Stories: 1 Lot Size: 16,001 SF Building Size: 2,050 SF Employees: 2 Real Estate: Included In This Sale Reason For Sale: Confidential Food Sales: $40K - $43K CAP Rate: 10.0%

Beauty Store located at excellent location of the san francisco. Fabulous Beauty Store Business - High Traffic Neighborhood!
$50,000
Beauty Store located at excellent location of the san francisco. Fabulous Beauty Store Business - High Traffic Neighborhood!

San Francisco, CA

Fabulous Beauty Store Business for Sale - High Traffic Neighborhood !! Located in the heart of the 24th Street Shopping Corridor you will find this fabulous Beauty Supply business for sale with tremendous possibilities. Great quality products with an esthetician’s room and salon chair located in the store! The space is 700 sq. ft. Monthly Rent - $3,700 with reasonable LL Lease Terms – 3.5 years remaining + 5 year option that has a cap on increases High traffic area Walk score = 96 Transit score = 78 Bike score = 82 Current revenue is from product sales only (2015): Estimated Gross Sales - $241,000 (annual) Estimated Gross Sales - $221,700 (annual after tax) Cost of Goods Sold - $107,000 (annual) Profit - $114,600 (annual) Estimated Net Income - $3,500 per month running as absentee owner * Salon Chair is currently being rented out at an additional $600/month - on a month-to-month agreement. * Esthetician Room currently not in use. Inventory: optional