“Bringing Mid-Market to Main Street” Most Middle Market M&A firms only consider transactions with valuations in excess of $20 million. Due to their structure and overhead, they tend to concentrate on larger deals and prefer not to be bothered with the challenges of smaller, family-owned companies. Traditional Business Brokers handle the sale of small retail and service “Main-street” businesses, typically with revenues of under $1 million. While these firms may attempt gain listings within the lower middle-market, they typically lack the knowledge, sophistication and resources to represent these business owners in the best possible manner. In the end, this approach often proves very costly for the business owners these brokers claim to represent. MidStreet was founded with the intention of addressing the under-served market that falls between these two segments, thus providing lower middle-market, privately-owned businesses with a level of representation previously made available only to much larger companies.
*Inside Sales: 21,000 (Monthly Avg)* *Lottery Commissions: 21,000 (Monthly Avg)* *The Cooler and HVAC are in great condition. The store is also primed for food service, although food is not currently being sold. This is an outstanding opportunity to become a small town favorite!*
near Kinston, NC
(JS) Convenient Store, Kitchen near Kinston, NC - Cash Flow: $8,700/month net – PRICE LOWERED Asking: $80,000 + Inv. In: $40,000/mo. Lottery, ATM & Video Games: $2,560/mo. net. Kitchen: $6,000/mo. Shop Rental: $250/mo. net. Rent: $1,900/mo. Store: 1,200 Sq. Ft. Equipment rental of $2,500/mo. will be paid off in Dec.’16
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