Alabama Storage Facilities and Warehouses For Sale

Central Alabama Convenience Store & Storage Facility with Real Estate
$1,475,000 Cash Flow: $202,410 Seller Financing
Central Alabama Convenience Store & Storage Facility with Real Estate

AL

This Convenience Store and Storage Facility is a wonderful investment or lifestyle opportunity. Asking price is below recent appraisal of the real estate.  Located adjacent to one of Alabama's most popular lakes.  The operation rests on 4.5 Acres and includes a large fully staffed 3,000 sq foot convenience store with a large canopy and 24 hour pumps. 2016 inside sales averaged $66,000 per month with gasoline sales generating .20 per gallon profit. As of August 2017 Sunday alcohol sales have been approved and will generate significant additional revenue.  The register system and automated pumps have also recently been updated.   The property also includes an additional 25,000 sq feet with 7 office suites and 104 fully leased storage units that generate over $90,000 in annual income.  Please contact Don Smith at 205-879-7220 ext 10 to find out more about this outstanding business opportunity.

Local Showroom + Competitive Online Pricing = Low Overhead Model
$39,000 Cash Flow: $50,000 Seller Financing
Local Showroom + Competitive Online Pricing = Low Overhead Model

Birmingham, AL

Our Quick Start strategy to create immediate business is proven and cost effective. We continually train and coach our field in the mattress/furniture business and how to increase business. We provide vital information giving access to tools that save time and increase effectiveness. Over this last decade, half of all storefront furniture stores have gone out of business. Our potential targets are families that want quality furniture at bargain prices. Currently, families are not moving but they are upgrading, beautifying and changing the look of the current home. Many statistics show that the furniture business is on a strong rebound. However, because our brokers have access to the same exact quality, variety and manufacturer of any storefront business, operating under little to no overhead drops prices significantly. The gap in traditional storefront retail, ballooned generation after generation to cover larger and larger costs to market, compared to adjusted wholesale pricing is so incredible that our brokers' profits and their customers savings often compete against corporate monopolies.