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Denver, Quality Door, Frame & Hardware co, Excellent Reputation85% Recurring Rev, Long Term Customers, Big Growth Potential
$345,000Cash Flow: $143,000Seller Financing
Denver, Quality Door, Frame & Hardware co, Excellent Reputation85% Recurring Rev, Long Term Customers, Big Growth Potential

Denver, CO

This is a 15 year old company that sells wood and steel doors, frames, and hardware. They purchase the doors and frame parts and then assemble, fabricate, machine and weld the materials into door and frame units that are ordered by their customers. They also sell a multitude of door hardware items, vision lites, hinges, thresholds, weather strip and any products that are needed for doors and frames. The company sells to both the wholesale and retail trade. The customer base is 85% commercial and 15% residential. The trailing 12 months earnings through March 31, 2018 were $143,616 on sales of $1,539,422. The earnings for 2017 were 77,967 on sales of 1,298,359. In 2015 one of the owners who was also the main sales person had a heart attack and could not return full time until March of 2017. The revenues and bottom line suffered over that time frame because of this. He is back and the pipeline is full again. Keep in mind that the company did 1.5M in revenues in 2014 with 124K on the bottom line and the owner believes their growth would have continued if the main salesperson had not gotten sick. In other words, this company is now selling below the current value of its assets at a price that is less than what it should be selling for based on the temporary drop in both revenues and earnings. The company’s revenues come from long term customers that pay in a very timely manner. They have approximately 85% in recurring revenue from long term customers. They currently have a full pipeline of signed work again. In fact, one owner states in the video interview available after you complete and submit the non-disclosure agreement above that he could show a new owner how to take this company to $15M in sales(10 times the current revenues). You must see the video interview in the data room above to fully understand how good this opportunity is. They provide both doors and frames and the hardware used with the doors. The hardware market has been mostly controlled by a company that has put them at a disadvantage in the past. If the parent corporation of their main steel door and frame manufacturer is successful in purchasing a hardware entity, then they will be able to provide hardware at a more profitable and competitive price. That change would significantly help them improve their revenue and profit margin moving forward. You must see the video interview to fully understand how positive this will be for the future of this company. The sellers state several times that they could be much larger if they were trying to grow it beyond their current customers especially when they have access to competitive pricing for the hardware most doors require. The company is certified and approved by Intertek Testing Services for machining and labeling fire doors. This certification can be easily transferred to a new owner. The sales price is $345K with the Seller willing to carry $45K. The sales price of $345K is actually less than the total value of the current assets which are worth a total of 425K. This total includes 175K in current value equipment with another 250K in inventory which includes work in process orders that are in various stages of completion and have not yet been invoiced. The inventory is being valued at cost, when in fact some of it is much more valuable in its finished or partially assembled and fabricated state. A buyer will benefit from all work that has already been performed on some items of inventory. There are 4 owners. One of them has been the lead salesperson but had a heart attack in 2015, another in 2016, and only got back to full time this spring but has been advised to retire for medical reasons. His absence has directly resulted in their drop in sales and why they are selling. The two active owners will assist with the transition and training and let you use their licenses until you get your licenses which they can help you with. Location: North Denver, CO Email jce@companybroker.com or call Jeff Chapman at 303-905-7607 to discuss the business ______________________________________________________________________________________ Brief Overview and Selling Points: The company buys wood and steel doors, frames and hardware from manufacturers or local distributors and assembles and fabricates to produce finished products. Their major suppliers are Mesker Door Company a division of Kaba-Dorma, Linden Door Company, Diamond Y and Timely Industries. They may soon have access to more hardware and better buying power thru Mesker which would be a game changer in a very positive and profitable way. Growth: The buyer could increase revenues dramatically by hiring additional salesmen, implementing an advertising and marketing program and by getting involved in social media. Also, hiring an Architectural Hardware Consultant, AHC, as a sales person would be a tremendous benefit. This would allow the company to bid large commercial and industrial jobs that they currently cannot touch. Revenues of 10M to 15M would be possible. One of the owners states in the video that they could be much larger if they were trying to grow the business beyond their current customer base. They also have pointed out that the hardware market has been mostly controlled by one very large corporation, who they are not able to purchase from. They currently purchase steel doors and frames from Mesker Door Company whose parent company is Kaba-Dorma. It is known in the industry that Kaba-Dorma is looking to purchase a large hardware entity. When that purchase is completed, it will be a tremendous advantage for them to be competitive in large commercial or industrial projects. They are looking at expanding the wholesale side of the business. The company is currently owned by four owners, two of whom are still active in the day-to-day management and operation of the company. The CEO handles the purchasing and oversees the shop employees. Another owner is the President and is in charge of sales. He was the main sales person until his medical issues which started in 2015. There are currently eight excellent and extremely reliable employees. Four of them have been with the company longer than 6 years. All of the employees are very skilled in their respective positions. There are three 100% commission based sales people. Employees are able to participate in the company medical insurance plan after completing 90 days of employment. The company pays for 50% of the employee’s premium. There are currently five employees participating in this plan. The 2 working partners are retiring and will help in transition. The company is an “S Corp” and will be a stock sale. The company has a great reputation with excellent customer service. It has a stellar worker’s safety history and has never had a legal issue. The company enjoys an extremely low workman’s comp rate due to only one small claim over the last five years. Marketing: "We have no outside advertising or salespeople for new customers”. The work comes to us and we periodically check in with all of our customers. The new buyer can grow this company by adding advertising, adding an outside AHC salesperson, and additional sales people. The sellers will stay on as long as the buyer would like them to. They will ensure a comfortable transition of employee, vendor, and customer relationships. The seller has a wealth of knowledge and many ideas to grow the business. In short, they are committed to help the new owner take the business to the next level. The company is centrally located and close to several major freeways. It is leasing 14,000 sq. ft. of a 42,540 sq. ft. commercial building with plenty of parking. It has a large loading dock, upgraded electrical and large offices with room for growth. The lease rate is 5,000 per month with CAMS adjusted annually, and an option for renewal. Plus, Colorado is the best State in the country to own a business. Colorado is #1 for Economic Growth in the US says US News and World Report. See article here: https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/rankings This article ranks all 50 states by eight economic measures including GDP growth, housing prices, job creation and exports. Also, Area Developers Magazine ranked Denver the #1 growth opportunity in the country in June of 2015. Check out the articles in these links also: http://www.metrodenver.org/research-reports/economic-forecasts/2017-economic-forecast/ and rated Denver #1 for leading locations for economic strength indicators and eighth for both workforce and recession-busting attributes: http://www.imfromdenver.com/denver-no-1-on-u-s-news-best-places-to-live-list/?utm_campaign=shareaholic&utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=socialnetwork http://www.bizjournals.com/denver/news/2015/07/15/denver-rated-no-1-in-u-s-for-economic-success-3.html The Denver-Aurora-Broomfield metro area was rated first among the 375 metros. Here is Area Development's top 10 U.S. "Leading Locations" for 2015: 1. Denver. 2. Houston. 3. Grand Rapids, Michigan. 4. Greeley. 5. San Francisco. 6. San Jose. 7. Seattle. 8. Columbus. 9. Boulder. 10. Austin. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Financial Information: Asking: 345,000 with a 300,000 down payment as part of the sales price. They will keep their cash and AR/AP. The business will transfer debt free. Please Email or Call for Information: jce@companybroker.com or call Jeff Chapman any time at 303-905-7607 to discuss your interest in this offering. If you are NOT interested in this business for sale, but you refer someone to us who buys it, we will immediately pay you a referral fee of $2,000. Please send us anyone who you think would be interested in this offering. Sincerely, Jeff Chapman Eisnaugle Company Broker Group, LLC. 1240 S Emerson St Denver, CO 80210 Direct 303-905-7607 Office 303-284-7025 Fax 720-524-6482 jce@companybroker.com This is prepared by Company Broker Group with information provided by the Seller. It was not created by the seller and neither the Broker or the Seller are responsible for its accuracy. Buyers are responsible for their own due diligence. Neither the Broker or the Seller will indemnify or guarantee any forward looking statements or projections. 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NEW LOWER PRICE/BETTER EARNINGS! Comm/Res Electrical Contractor.Big Work in Progress, Loyal Employees, Developed a Simple Estimating Model
$390,000Cash Flow: $264,000Seller Financing
NEW LOWER PRICE/BETTER EARNINGS! Comm/Res Electrical Contractor.Big Work in Progress, Loyal Employees, Developed a Simple Estimating Model

Denver, CO

13 Year Old Colorado 70% Residential and 30% Commercial Electrical Contractor The trailing 12 months earnings thru June 30 2018 were 264,496 from revenues of 912,484. The seller is asking for 390K FIRM which is less than 1 1/2 times the trailing 12 months earnings. The time weighted 2 year and 3 years earnings which are the two most common valuation methods both show over $200K in earnings now. That means that this company is priced at less than 2 times the earnings any way you look at it. In addition, he currently has a record amount of contracted future work as proven by almost 450K in work in progress. He likes the work but doesn’t like being an owner. He wants out. This is priced lower than any listing that I have ever represented. It is priced well below the market. The company provides a full range of electrical services throughout the Denver Metro area. They get plenty of kitchen remodels basements and bathrooms to fill in in between the big projects. They work on both remodels and new construction for high end homes. The owner is not in the field doing electric work except for very small service calls once in a while. He works out of his house and orders supplies, pulls permits, coordinates inspections, and does the bidding. He has developed a very simple estimating module that can be taught to the new owner relatively quickly. The bidding process is almost entirely “negotiated” work as opposed to competitively bid work based on this companies long term relationship with most of their customers. He has 4 full time electricians, two journeymen and two apprentices, and two part time. He has 4 full time electricians, two journeymen and two apprentices, and two part time. One employee is ready and capable to be promoted to a foreman and runs his own jobs. The buyer can use the Sellers masters license until they get their own. The owner believes all of his employees will stay. The employees are very loyal and hard workers and will be a huge asset for the new owner. The buyer will get approximately 55K in current value assets made up of 3 vans, 1 truck, along with both equipment/tools (and inventory. The company has a great reputation with a long-standing and recurring customer base. He will help the new owner transition the business for as long as they would like and is confident that it will be a smooth transition. The company has the BBB A+ rating, customers, and reputation. He will sign a non compete and offer full indemnifications. Location: Denver, CO servicing all of the West Metro Denver Area _____________________________________________________________________________________ The sales price has been reduced from $450K to $390K which includes all assets debt free. He is firm at $390K and will counter all offers back at that price. This is priced well below the market. This price is now less than 1 ½ times the trailing 12 month adjusted earnings through June of 2018. The seller will be keeping their cash and accounts receivables and will pay off all debt including the accounts payables so that the business transfers debt free. This is an LLC that files as an S Corp so this can be either a stock or an asset sale. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Brief Overview and Deal Points: They specialize in high end electrical contracting of all types. The company has grown historically based on their reputation through a steady long term increase in referrals along with the growth of the population and steady building in their market. They have a normal internet presence with some SEO and website but do not spend a lot on advertising. They have long term relationships with many builders, contractors, business owners, and homeowners. Growth and Expansion: A new owner can increase advertising, work harder than the current owner, add a full time service electrician, and take on more work. He often turns down work. The owner could have done a lot more to grow the business but became disillusioned with ownership and customer relations and decided that this was not for him. He believes a new owner with a passion for owning a service industry company that is motivated not just by a salary but also by growing the value of the business will do very well. Their commercial work consists mostly of tenant finishes and service work. There would be plenty of opportunity to hire one service guy just to cover referrals they get from homeowners associations Realtors and past customers. Keep in mind that the add backs taken in the adjusted earnings spreadsheet are traditional and don’t accurately show how much his lack of enjoying this has impacted the growth rate. There was no way to properly monetize this. The company uses QuickBooks and their financials seem in order and up to date. The business has loyal employees. The employees are all hourly making between $30/hr and $20/hr with a $1/hr bonus at the end of each quarter. All of this helps to keep fixed costs in line with revenues. The employees are trustworthy, competent, and reliable. Most jobs that they have requires that 2 or more of their employees are on site at the same time. They tend to do medium commercial and larger residential jobs. The owner will be available to help in transition as needed either short or long term. He will offer a 5 year non compete. The business is located in the owners house in Denver. The business has a storage unit that the employees can grab inventory, equipment, etc as needed anytime. He does not believe the new owner will need a location unless they decide to grow this business much larger. They have a great reputation for safety, quality, and reliability. The seller will agree to full Reps and Warranties to a solid legal and business standing. They have a great record for safety (OSHA) as proven by their low workman’s comp MOD rate. They have had no regulatory issues, no lawsuits, and no issues with the city, county, or municipality that they are in. They are also A+ rated with the Better Business Bureau. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Please Call of Email for Information: The broker is available at any time to discuss your interest in this offering and can set up a meeting either in person or by phone with the owner(s). Thank you for your interest. Sincerely, Jeff Chapman Eisnaugle Direct 303-905-7607 Office 303-284-7025 Fax 720-524-6482 jce@companybroker.com This is prepared by Company Broker Group with information provided by the Seller. It was not created by the seller and neither the Broker or the Seller are responsible for its accuracy. Buyers are responsible for their own due diligence. Neither the Broker or the Seller will indemnify or guarantee any forward looking statements or projections. Different Brokerage relationships are available which include Seller agency, buyer agency, or transaction – brokerage. Brokerage disclosure to Buyer or Tenant of Property. Definition of working relationships. Seller's Agent: a seller's agent works solely on behalf of the seller to promote the interests of the seller with the utmost good faith, loyalty, and fidelity. The agent negotiates on behalf of and ask as an advocate for the seller. The seller's agent must disclose to potential buyers all adverse material facts actually known by the seller's agent about the business/property. A separate written listing agreement is required which sets forth the duties and obligations of the broker and the seller. Buyer’s Agent: a buyer’s agent works solely on behalf of the buyer to promote the interests of the buyer with the utmost good faith, loyalty and fidelity. The agent negotiates on behalf of an accident advocate for the buyer. The buyer’s agent must disclose to all potential sellers all adverse material facts actually known by the buyer’s agent, including the buyer’s financial ability to perform the terms of the transaction. A separate written by a Buyer agreement is required which sets forth the duties and obligations of the broker and the buyer. Transaction broker: the transaction broker assist the buyer or seller or both throughout a real estate transaction by performing terms of any written or oral agreement, fully informing the parties, presenting all offers and assisting parties with any contracts, including the closing of the transaction, without being an agent or advocate for any of the parties. A transaction-broker must use reasonable skill and care and the performance of any oral or written agreement, and must make the same disclosures as agents about all adverse material facts actually known by the transaction – broker concerning the property or a buyer's financial ability to perform the terms of a transaction and whether the buyer intends to occupy the property. No written agreement is required. Company Broker Group, LLC, and Jeff Chapman Eisnaugle will be operating solely as a “Seller Agent” in all transactions.

Full Service Medium to Heavy Truck Repair, Welding and Heavy TowingSolid Pipeline with Impressive Gross Profit Margins, Skilled & Loyal Employees
$2,500,000Cash Flow: $870,000Seller Financing
Full Service Medium to Heavy Truck Repair, Welding and Heavy TowingSolid Pipeline with Impressive Gross Profit Margins, Skilled & Loyal Employees

Denver, CO

2017 had revenues of 5,891,270 with earnings of 870,000. The business has shown very steady 7 1/2% growth long term with the earnings growing at over 15% a year long term. 2018 has several very special events happening which can be detailed after completing the non disclosure in the link above and submitted. The sales price is 2.5M plus the cost of a new piece of equipment that has not been placed into service yet. The business is being offered at less than 3 times the earnings. This is a low multiple for such a large business with so much in recurring revenue and assets. They have a large percentage of their revenues coming from long-standing fleet service contracts which means a very high % of recurring revenue. This is a very special opportunity based on what a great reputation does, long term loyal fleet owning customers, high recurring revenue, loyal very skilled employees, and very low cost of advertising. They also have over 1.5M in current value assets broken down by 595K in parts inventory, 178K truck inventory, 228K equipment, and 564K in vehicles. These are big assets that are mostly large equipment and trucks that can be liquidated easily. The assets cover 60% of the purchase price which is very high and should push the multiple of this business above 3 times the earnings. Keep in mind that companies with 60% of their sales price covered by assets typically sell for over 4 times the earnings. This offers a lot of protection to buyers. Put down less than 400,000 and make over 870,000 in the next 12 months And get $1.5M in Assets! They do full truck repairs on the largest equipment and trucks made. They sell, repair, and tow most large vehicles. ______________________________________________________________________________________ The sales price is 2.5M plus the cost of a new piece of equipment that has not been placed into service yet. A bank will require an estimated down payment of between 270K and 350K. This means that you can put down 350,000 and make over 870,000 in the next 12 months And get 1.5M in Assets! I have been asked to do a detailed job of qualifying buyers before they meet or talk to the owner. The seller will only meet with highly qualified buyers. All offers will be countered back to the offering price. We have priced this at the lower middle end of the market and he does not play games. The main company is an S Corp. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Brief Overview and Deal Points: The buyer will get 1.5M in current value assets debt free. Plus, the buyer will also step into a solid pipeline of work-in-progress for 2018 that is already contracted with very impressive gross profit margins. “2018-2019 will be awesome years”, the owner states. In short, the seller is 100% bullish on his the short and long-term projections of the business. They service and maintain trucks that are worth between 100,000-800,000. In fact, they do service and repairs on Cats, Volvos, various fleet diesels, and large equipment. The need for large trucks is steady, so they need absolute minimal downtime on this valuable and costly equipment. This is highly specialized and technical mechanical work. They service and maintain expensive trucks which is particularly important when the economy slows down as truck fleet owners seek to extend the life of their existing fleets instead of buying new trucks. When the economy eventually slows down again, a fleet owner seeks to “squeeze” and extend the life for as long as possible. This is one reason the seller is so bullish on the coming 3-6 years of performance. They are mostly recession-proof because their clients have to service and protect their trucks and fleets even in a recession. What used to be $7,000 worth of maintenance per year per truck 10 years ago is now an average of $17,000 today. The large companies they work for have no problem paying this and build these expected costs into their annual budgets. It is simply an annual and necessary cost of doing business. They have new and long-standing contracts with some of the largest fleet owners to service entire fleets of these expensive and highly-technical trucks. It took years to establish these highly-profitable relationships. This is very valuable to the new owner going forward. They have a solid name and the finest reputation for fair dealings. The seller will agree to full Reps and Warrantees to a solid legal and business standing, no “ghosts in the closet”. They also have the finest record for safety (OSHA) and no client complaints that were not handled in real time. No legal battles. Perfect Standing. In short, they have never left a job incomplete and do leave every client fully satisfied. In fact, the seller will offer a full “right to off-set” against the sales price that the seller is carrying for any misrepresentations made or issues that come up after closing. This company performs the most technical and expensive form of truck repair on the most valuable truck fleets. They have 30 employees including some of the finest Techs and Mechanics in the region. It took years to train then and to obtain all of the advanced OSHA and DOT certifications in the business. They treat them well and they are well-paid because they do quality work for a high profit margin. Their customers trust them and see the value in our work and approach. They save their customers money every year in what would otherwise be very costly repairs down the road, through their preventative maintenance programs. They have many long-standing contracts with large fleet owners. For instance, they have exclusive contracts to service and repair trucks for 3 companies that rely exclusively on them to keep their fleet count of 60-100 trucks each to operate optimally. These contracts are very small profitable in the business and it provides a steady stream of predictable income year-round. They also check for bad oil which are contaminants getting in oil. Bad oil overall is the “cancer” that can quickly cut the longevity of an engine in half. For instance, knowing in advance that there is an injector in an engine is going out, or if there is water or fuel in the oil, is valuable information to a fleet owner. This way he can now fix it now cheaply vs. paying say $80,000 later on a major overhaul, and perhaps having the truck out of commission for a week or longer. Again, down time can cost 10’s of thousands of dollars in just 2 weeks or so when you customers demand delivery on set schedule. They can save their customers $20,000 a year in oil changes alone. Basically most trucks can go a year without an oil change if things are monitored properly. Once customers know they can do this for them, and that they are looking out for their best interest and their cost-savings, they will be loyal long term customers. This also positions the company as being GREEN. Another area that they want to expand is on-site fleet service and repair. Trucks have come to our shop for repairs and installs. Going forward, trucks and fleet owners will pay more money to have them go to their customers for service and repairs. They have been turning down this highly-profitable work in the past since they simply have not had the man-power, but the demand for this is clearly high. They can add more techs, so we no longer have to turn down this work. The shop is one of the largest and most functional shops in the region for truck repair, equipment install, and fleet maintenance. The owner has “everything” needed to handle up to $9M/year in sales and service. The new owner will not outgrow these shops for a long time. Growth and Expansion: In the past, they have not done any sales or marketing efforts. Their website is 14 years old. They are expecting to continue growing in the coming years, without any significant advertising and marketing efforts. The seller knows exactly how to continue to grow this business. They just need an owner that wants to commit to the growth plan. OSHA, DOT and other regulatory bodies create the demand for many of our services. They are OSHA and DOT certified. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Please Call of Email for Information: The broker is available at any time to discuss your interest in this offering and can set up a meeting either in person or by phone with the owner(s). Thank you for your interest. Thank you. Sincerely, Jeff Chapman Eisnaugle 303-905-7607 Direct 303-284-7025 Main 720-524-6482 Fax jce@companybroker.com This is prepared by Company Broker Group with information provided by the Seller. It was not created by the seller and neither the Broker or the Seller are responsible for its accuracy. Buyers are responsible for their own due diligence. Neither the Broker or the Seller will indemnify or guarantee any forward looking statements or projections. Different Brokerage relationships are available which include Seller agency, buyer agency, or transaction – brokerage. Brokerage disclosure to Buyer or Tenant of Property. Definition of working relationships. Seller's Agent: a seller's agent works solely on behalf of the seller to promote the interests of the seller with the utmost good faith, loyalty, and fidelity. The agent negotiates on behalf of and ask as an advocate for the seller. The seller's agent must disclose to potential buyers all adverse material facts actually known by the seller's agent about the business/property. A separate written listing agreement is required which sets forth the duties and obligations of the broker and the seller. Buyer’s Agent: a buyer’s agent works solely on behalf of the buyer to promote the interests of the buyer with the utmost good faith, loyalty and fidelity. The agent negotiates on behalf of an accident advocate for the buyer. The buyer’s agent must disclose to all potential sellers all adverse material facts actually known by the buyer’s agent, including the buyer’s financial ability to perform the terms of the transaction. A separate written by a Buyer agreement is required which sets forth the duties and obligations of the broker and the buyer. Transaction broker: the transaction broker assist the buyer or seller or both throughout a real estate transaction by performing terms of any written or oral agreement, fully informing the parties, presenting all offers and assisting parties with any contracts, including the closing of the transaction, without being an agent or advocate for any of the parties. A transaction-broker must use reasonable skill and care and the performance of any oral or written agreement, and must make the same disclosures as agents about all adverse material facts actually known by the transaction – broker concerning the property or a buyer's financial ability to perform the terms of a transaction and whether the buyer intends to occupy the property. No written agreement is required. Company Broker Group, LLC, and Jeff Chapman Eisnaugle will be operating solely as a “Seller Agent” in all transactions.

Pet,Puppy & Accessories Retailer,2 Denver Locations,Licensed BreedersKnowledgeable Employees, Growth Potential, Clean Stores
$800,000Cash Flow: $291,800Seller Financing
Pet,Puppy & Accessories Retailer,2 Denver Locations,Licensed BreedersKnowledgeable Employees, Growth Potential, Clean Stores

Denver, CO

PET STORE SPECIALIZING IN PURE BREED PUPPIES FROM PROPERLY LICENSED VENDORS WITH GREAT REPUTATIONS 2 Locations in the Denver Metro area The trailing 12 months from June 1 2017 to May 31 2018 had earnings of 291,813 on revenues of 1,279,920. 2017 had earnings of 308,376 on revenues of 1,245,516. This means that this company is selling for 2 ¾ time the earnings. The company’s top and bottom line has steadily grown. All retailers best time of year is over the Holidays and this is no exception. Getting this bought by November would greatly benefit a buyer and insure a great start in both profits and cash flow. It is considered a fun business to own and gives the new owner the ability to bring in rescue kittens also. They are a licensed Colorado pet store under PACFA which is the governing body underneath the dept of agriculture. They support licensed, legal, no cruelty breeders who breed for temperament and companionship. They must exceed all guidelines pertaining to the health, care, and well being of their animals. They specialize in selling high quality purebred and hybrid puppies and the supplies that typically go with them. They have good long term relationships with 5 breeders in 3 surrounding states where they buy most of their puppies and get their supplies from 2 vendors. The new owner can continue to expand by either adding other locations both in or out of state, increasing inventory, adding other animals like kittens, adding additional products. They can add pet grooming also. The owners can help a new owner do all of this. This business is well established and has many long-standing customers and referral relationships which means Recurring Revenue which always supports a higher multiple. They also get a lot of repeat business and referrals. Plus this business will not change after the sale based on their reputation and location. They have customers that have bought as many as 4 dogs from them and many customers come back to buy the same puppy food from them so they don’t have to change brands for their dogs who love it. ______________________________________________________________________________________ The sales price is 800K plus their cost of inventory which is currently around $45,000 and varies. The seller is willing to carry 10% to 20% of the purchase price for a qualified buyer. This should qualify for a bank loan with $85K which is the currently required down payment of 10% for the banks plus working capital. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Brief Overview and Deal Points: They have a very knowledgeable staff with a General Manager that has a bachelor’s degree in animal care. He/She knows how to take care of all of the animals including the hypoallergenic and non-shedding breeds. The stores don’t open until 11AM, close at 7PM, and are open 7 days a week. The new owner needs no experience and can easily get their own license quickly based on the condition of the stores and their history. One store is 1300 square feet and the other location is 1,500 square feet both have triple net leases that can be assumed. Both stores have security cameras and plenty of parking. Both can accommodate more employees and future growth. Each store has a washer and dryer, prep room with a special tub for washing animals, bathroom, and a big showroom with Kennels Petters. One location has a large “play area” for the dogs to run around in and to visit with potential buyers. Marketing and Growth Potential: They don’t do any traditional outgoing advertising like newspaper, radio, or mailers. Just referrals, walk ins, and the website. They get a lot of their business off of their website which is always kept up to date and also shows what breeds are expected each week. They use Google Adwords and keywords and are well positioned on the internet. They don’t sell anything online and have thought about selling supplies that way but have not looked into it. They also train employees to listen to customers to properly match them to the right breed. Adding locations would contribute to the advertising budget. Adding grooming would give them more exposure. They also would like to bring in rescue kittens and other small pets. Adding space in their Park Meadows location would be helpful along with a location closer to the middle of town. The new owner believes there will be no issues in the transition as long as the quality of service and advice that they give does not change after the transition. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Thank you for your consideration. Sincerely, Jeff Chapman Eisnaugle Direct 303-905-7607 Office 303-284-7025 Fax 720-524-6482 jce@companybroker.com This is prepared by Company Broker Group with information provided by the Seller. It was not created by the seller and neither the Broker or the Seller are responsible for its accuracy. Buyers are responsible for their own due diligence. Neither the Broker or the Seller will indemnify or guarantee any forward looking statements or projections. The information contained in this e-mail message is confidential and may be protected from disclosure. Please be aware that any other use, printing, copying, disclosure or dissemination of this communication may be subject to legal restriction or sanction. If you have received this e-mail message in error, please reply to the sender and delete it from your computer. Different Brokerage relationships are available which include Seller agency, buyer agency, or transaction – brokerage. Brokerage disclosure to Buyer or Tenant of Property. Definition of working relationships. Seller's Agent: a seller's agent works solely on behalf of the seller to promote the interests of the seller with the utmost good faith, loyalty, and fidelity. The agent negotiates on behalf of and ask as an advocate for the seller. The seller's agent must disclose to potential buyers all adverse material facts actually known by the seller's agent about the business/property. A separate written listing agreement is required which sets forth the duties and obligations of the broker and the seller. Buyer’s Agent: a buyer’s agent works solely on behalf of the buyer to promote the interests of the buyer with the utmost good faith, loyalty and fidelity. The agent negotiates on behalf of an accident advocate for the buyer. The buyer’s agent must disclose to all potential sellers all adverse material facts actually known by the buyer’s agent, including the buyer’s financial ability to perform the terms of the transaction. A separate written by a Buyer agreement is required which sets forth the duties and obligations of the broker and the buyer. Transaction broker: the transaction broker assist the buyer or seller or both throughout a real estate transaction by performing terms of any written or oral agreement, fully informing the parties, presenting all offers and assisting parties with any contracts, including the closing of the transaction, without being an agent or advocate for any of the parties. A transaction-broker must use reasonable skill and care and the performance of any oral or written agreement, and must make the same disclosures as agents about all adverse material facts actually known by the transaction – broker concerning the property or a buyer's financial ability to perform the terms of a transaction and whether the buyer intends to occupy the property. No written agreement is required. Company Broker Group, LLC, and Jeff Chapman Eisnaugle will be operating solely as a “Seller Agent” in all transactions.

Busy Custom Tattoo and Piercing Parlor, Recurring Rev,Great ReputationLong Term Talented Employees, Owners do not do Tattoos, Big Growth Potential
$495,000Cash Flow: $229,600Seller Financing
Busy Custom Tattoo and Piercing Parlor, Recurring Rev,Great ReputationLong Term Talented Employees, Owners do not do Tattoos, Big Growth Potential

Denver, CO

The earnings for 2017 were 229,667 from revenues of 507,449. 2018 is tracking almost exactly the same as 2017. They only prepare a PL once a year with help from their CPA when they have their taxes done. They have agreed to create one for the first half of 2018 which should be completed by August 21st. They are not a “street shop” which tends to feed off of walk in traffic, are usually bunched next to each other on Broadway or Colfax, have “dead periods” in January, February, November, etc and they tend to have average tattoo artists that work off of “flash” templates hanging on the wall. This company is 80% destination and 20% walk in because they do “custom” tattoos. They also have customers that come back many times some of them spending $10K to $25K over years. They also have a very detailed website with picture of some of the artwork they have created for their customers. The buyer will get approximately 60K in current value of assets made up of equipment, tools, supplies, and inventory. The company has a great reputation with a long-standing customer base that refers new customers to them creating a recurring revenue stream which gives them a very solid and growing base in revenues and profit which they can build off of to continue their growth. They have grown from zero to over $500K in revenues in 8 years. They have 6 full time tattoo artists and one master piercer. They have room for up to 18 tattoo artists or piercers so there is a lot of room for growth in their location. Plus, they rarely lose a tattoo artist because it is the reputation of the shop that brings in the business keeping the artists busy. Skilled tattoo artist want a custom shop because they not only have customers find them to do what they love but they often are tipped $100 per job. The owners do not do any tattooing or piercing. They just manage the shop which can also be partially done remotely because they have 8 cameras in the parlor which they can access from either their phones or computers. This business is doing great, growing, has happy employees, and has the ability to grow much larger. It has the reputation, model, and solid base of customers and employees already. Location: Their location is in a very high traffic area far away from competition. They are also a very popular place for “tourist” tattoos and their location is also near a big shopping complex with a King Soopers, several banks, fast food, and about everything else you can think of. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Sales price is 495K. This price is less than 2 1/4 times the earnings. They will carry up to 15% of the sales price. They will be keeping his cash and accounts receivables and will pay off all debt including the accounts payables so that the business transfers debt free. It is an S Corp so this can be either a stock or an asset sale. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Brief Overview and Deal Points: Growth and Expansion: They have a very small advertising budget which was only 5,300 in 2017. Customers find them based on their reputation and from the various articles and promotions that they do. Examples: A breast cancer ribbon tattoo in October, Friday the 13th tattoos, among others. The company can grow by adding employees, increasing their advertising through various forms including a booth at festivals, a wrapped vehicle capable of doing work remotely, competing in national tattoo contests, etc. Adding more experienced custom artists will bring in more customers and expand the reputation of the shop also. They have 20K Facebook followers, 25K Instagram followers, and 10K Snapchat(newer) which all grow every month also which costs them nothing for the exposure. They also fix a lot of other tattoo shops work. The owner will sign a non-compete. He is willing to transition the business and can teach the new owner how to run the business and how to grow it. Industry experience is recommended but not necessary. The new owner will just have to manage and grow the business. The current owners have not done tattoos in years. They are moving and would not be selling if they hadn’t decided to move for the family. The business has very loyal and long term employees. There are 7 employees . They are all 1099’d and keep between 35% to 50% of the revenues they generate plus tips which are usually very generous. The employees are all hourly which keeps fixed costs in line with revenues. They typically get between $150 to $300 per tattoo or for each session. The employees are typically young and competent but periodically need to be managed. The atmosphere is trendy and open and the employees all get along. He treats his employees well and they are well paid because they are the best in their market. The shop is 3,800 square feet that is currently used but they have control over 4,200 square feet which will allow the new owner to add more artists. The lease is $7,000 per month triple net and can be assumed or renegotiated to have control of the space for 10 years or longer. They have a great reputation for safety, quality, and reliability. The seller will agree to full Reps and Warranties to a solid legal and business standing. They have had no regulatory issues, no lawsuits, and no issues with the city, county, or municipality that they are in. They are also A+ rated with the Better Business Bureau. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Please Call of Email for Information: The broker is available at any time to discuss your interest in this offering and can set up a meeting either in person or by phone with the owner(s). Thank you for your interest. Thank you. Sincerely, Jeff Chapman Direct 303-905-7607 Office 303-284-7025 Fax 720-524-6482 jce@companybroker.com This is prepared by Company Broker Group with information provided by the Seller. It was not created by the seller and neither the Broker or the Seller are responsible for its accuracy. Buyers are responsible for their own due diligence. Neither the Broker or the Seller will indemnify or guarantee any forward looking statements or projections. Different Brokerage relationships are available which include Seller agency, buyer agency, or transaction – brokerage. Brokerage disclosure to Buyer or Tenant of Property. Definition of working relationships. Seller's Agent: a seller's agent works solely on behalf of the seller to promote the interests of the seller with the utmost good faith, loyalty, and fidelity. The agent negotiates on behalf of and ask as an advocate for the seller. The seller's agent must disclose to potential buyers all adverse material facts actually known by the seller's agent about the business/property. A separate written listing agreement is required which sets forth the duties and obligations of the broker and the seller. Buyer’s Agent: a buyer’s agent works solely on behalf of the buyer to promote the interests of the buyer with the utmost good faith, loyalty and fidelity. The agent negotiates on behalf of an accident advocate for the buyer. The buyer’s agent must disclose to all potential sellers all adverse material facts actually known by the buyer’s agent, including the buyer’s financial ability to perform the terms of the transaction. A separate written by a Buyer agreement is required which sets forth the duties and obligations of the broker and the buyer. Transaction broker: the transaction broker assist the buyer or seller or both throughout a real estate transaction by performing terms of any written or oral agreement, fully informing the parties, presenting all offers and assisting parties with any contracts, including the closing of the transaction, without being an agent or advocate for any of the parties. A transaction-broker must use reasonable skill and care and the performance of any oral or written agreement, and must make the same disclosures as agents about all adverse material facts actually known by the transaction – broker concerning the property or a buyer's financial ability to perform the terms of a transaction and whether the buyer intends to occupy the property. No written agreement is required. Company Broker Group, LLC, and Jeff Chapman Eisnaugle will be operating solely as a “Seller Agent” in all transactions.

Copy Of: Denver Metro Financial Franchise80% customer repeat. State Licensed Customers. B2B
$25,000
Copy Of: Denver Metro Financial Franchise80% customer repeat. State Licensed Customers. B2B

Denver, CO

This unique factoring franchise services where cash is truly king. This Commission Advance service provides real estate professionals with immediate cash flow by converting receivables (Real Estate Commissions) to cash. Commission Express is the oldest and largest provider of this service in the country. This territory offers a large network of Real Estate Agents and Brokers, many who have already used Advance Services. Exceptional income margins and an easy to run operational profile with an 80% repeat business, customers are state licensed. White collar 5 day work week Commission Express has 60+ offices and has been in business for over 26 years. Commission Express has working relationships with most major real estate companies in the country. Please call or visit online for more information. For training, you will come to Fairfax, Virginia where we teach you how to buy earned but unpaid real estate sales commissions (accounts receivable) at a discount. We provide initial training and ongoing training through our National office and our on-line support, webinars and annual conferences. Our proven underwriting system is designed to enable you to buy accounts receivable with minimal risk. Our National office is available to provide guidance and assist with underwriting. We teach you how to purchase financial assets from willing sellers where both parties benefit.

LOWER PRICE! Denver Ice Cream Franchise, 90% Absentee Owner, TurnkeyWell Established, Reliable Employees, Great Manager, Fun to Own
$415,000Cash Flow: $152,000Seller Financing
LOWER PRICE! Denver Ice Cream Franchise, 90% Absentee Owner, TurnkeyWell Established, Reliable Employees, Great Manager, Fun to Own

Denver, CO

ICE CREAM FRANCHISE POPULAR DENVER METRO MALL 2017’s revenues were $485K with adjusted earnings of $152K. The revenues and earnings were up compared to the previous year. 2018 is showing numbers slightly below 2017 through June 30 2018 and we have adjusted the price down from $445K to $415K accordingly. The sales price is only $415K plus inventory which is less than 3 times the earnings when 4 times earnings is a normal multiple for a National Franchise that has proven successful over time. This is considered a turnkey Franchise that is well established in its reputation, products, and is still growing nationwide. This is a 40 year old Franchise that offers detailed training so the buyer and/or manager doesn’t need any experience. The training does cover all aspects of the business. Plus, there are no required licenses or certifications for the State of Colorado other than a sales tax license. This is a perfect business for a family with younger family members that want a safe environment to work and gain many valuable experiences including managing employees, handling both cash and credit cards, managing inventory, showing up on time, etc. Many people start their resumes in the retail or food industries. This offers the ability to demonstrate even greater responsibilities which will help deepen a resume while teaching entrepreneurial skills that are very valuable also. This has a lease has 7 years left on it with excellent terms in one of the top malls west of the Mississippi. The buyer will get approximately $50K in current value hard assets made up of mostly equipment. The leasehold improvements cost over $200K. The seller is asking for $415K plus inventory estimated to be $13K and is so confident in its location, the seller will carry up to 35% of the sales price. The seller will be keeping his cash and will pay off all debt including the accounts payables so that the business transfers debt free. It is an LLC so this can be either a stock or an asset sale. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Brief Overview and Deal Points: The buyer will step into a turnkey Franchise that also has upside growth potential. This franchise offers only the highest quality products that have all been developed and tested and are proven winners along with healthy options including yogurt and GMO-free options. The owners are partners who are absentee. They work less than 5 hours a week checking the security camera during busy hours for theft and checking the deposits etc. One of the owners will help to transition the business and teach the new owner how to run the business and how to grow it. One of the great things about this Franchise is that they will not change one bit the day after the closing. The owner will be able to smoothly take over this Franchise by taking one or more of the Franchises classes and by working with one of the current owners for a week or two in transition. The Franchise will deliver their custom made products as needed. They offer some of the most popular products in the industry. The business has very capable, trustworthy, well trained, and reliable employees. They are paid hourly. The manager has been there for almost a year and will stay post closing. You must talk directly to the owner about this and not to the manager. This mall is in one of the safest places in Denver which is a very safe city to begin with. The lease is 197 Store Square Feet plus 300 square feet of closet space. The lease is $6,000 per month all inclusive which already includes the CAM, etc. Lease was effective April 1 2015 for 10 years. They have a great reputation and have had no issues, no lawsuits, and no issues with the city, county, or municipality that they are in. They are A+ rated with the Better Business Bureau with excellent online reviews. Colorado is the best State in the country to own a business. Denver, the entire Front Range, and most of Colorado are among the fastest growing areas in the U.S. The macro story for construction and overall growth is extraordinary and has been this way for the past five decades. Even during the 2008-2011 recession, Denver fell, but it didn’t fall as hard as most of the U.S. and in the past 6 years has grown faster than almost every other major city in the U.S. Plus, people who move here never leave. Here are some recent articles supporting this. Colorado is #1 for Economic Growth in the US says US News and World Report ahead of New Hampshire and Minnesota. https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/rankings Denver CBS4 News states Low Unemployment and great Job Growth in Colorado. http://denver.cbslocal.com/2017/02/28/colorado-economy-u-s-news-and-world-report/ The Denver Post says that the Colorado Economy is set for Continued Growth. http://www.denverpost.com/2016/12/05/colorado-economy-growth-2017/ US News and World Report states Colorado is attracting Skilled Workers that’s driving the State’s Economic Growth. https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/articles/2017-02-28/attracting-young-skilled-workers-drives-a-states-economic-growth Denver and the Front Range have nationally recognized schools, museums, outdoor activities, theater, music, restaurants, etc. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Thank you for your interest in this. Please call Jeff Chapman any time at 303-905-7607 or email me at jce@companybroker.com with any questions or to set up a call with the Seller. Sincerely, Jeff Chapman Eisnaugle Direct 303-905-7607 Office 303-284-7025 Fax 720-524-6482 jce@companybroker.com This is prepared by Company Broker Group with information provided by the Seller. It was not created by the seller and neither the Broker or the Seller are responsible for its accuracy. Buyers are responsible for their own due diligence. Neither the Broker or the Seller will indemnify or guarantee any forward looking statements or projections. The information contained in this e-mail message is confidential and may be protected from disclosure. Please be aware that any other use, printing, copying, disclosure or dissemination of this communication may be subject to legal restriction or sanction. If you have received this e-mail message in error, please reply to the sender and delete it from your computer. Different Brokerage relationships are available which include Seller agency, buyer agency, or transaction – brokerage. Brokerage disclosure to Buyer or Tenant of Property. Definition of working relationships. Seller's Agent: a seller's agent works solely on behalf of the seller to promote the interests of the seller with the utmost good faith, loyalty, and fidelity. The agent negotiates on behalf of and ask as an advocate for the seller. The seller's agent must disclose to potential buyers all adverse material facts actually known by the seller's agent about the business/property. A separate written listing agreement is required which sets forth the duties and obligations of the broker and the seller. Buyer’s Agent: a buyer’s agent works solely on behalf of the buyer to promote the interests of the buyer with the utmost good faith, loyalty and fidelity. The agent negotiates on behalf of an accident advocate for the buyer. The buyer’s agent must disclose to all potential sellers all adverse material facts actually known by the buyer’s agent, including the buyer’s financial ability to perform the terms of the transaction. A separate written by a Buyer agreement is required which sets forth the duties and obligations of the broker and the buyer. Transaction broker: the transaction broker assist the buyer or seller or both throughout a real estate transaction by performing terms of any written or oral agreement, fully informing the parties, presenting all offers and assisting parties with any contracts, including the closing of the transaction, without being an agent or advocate for any of the parties. A transaction-broker must use reasonable skill and care and the performance of any oral or written agreement, and must make the same disclosures as agents about all adverse material facts actually known by the transaction – broker concerning the property or a buyer's financial ability to perform the terms of a transaction and whether the buyer intends to occupy the property. No written agreement is required. Company Broker Group, LLC, and Jeff Chapman Eisnaugle will be operating solely as a “Seller Agent” in all transactions.

Mobile Auto Glass Co, Huge Growth Opportunity, RelocatableSolid Name and Reputation, Developed a Web Based Customer Software
$250,000Cash Flow: $100,000Seller Financing
Mobile Auto Glass Co, Huge Growth Opportunity, RelocatableSolid Name and Reputation, Developed a Web Based Customer Software

Denver, CO

MOBILE AUTO GLASS CO South Denver, CO but could eventually move anywhere in Denver The 2016 earnings were 186,183 on 1,134,259 In revenues. This company is priced at less than 2 times the 2016 normally adjusted earnings. The trailing 12 month earnings from May 1 2017 to April 30 2018 were $100,135. There are several reasons why 2017 was a one-time disaster. Insurance companies stopped instant approvals on windshield repairs which cut their business almost in half. He was paying a manager $1,500 a week plus bonuses while he was growing a different much larger company that takes 90% of his time and not watching this business while it was shrinking. He also spent over $70K developing a software program that is working great and saved them 2 administrative jobs that I could add back their salaries but didn’t(they were laid off in February of 2017 and are no longer necessary). He decided to list the company for sale and to basically ignore it and let someone else turn it back around but the earnings had slipped to much by late 2017 that we had to pull it off of the market and for him to re-engage. The first thing that he did was to go to a 3rd party that guarantees instant payments for windshield repairs and start up that side of the business again. Bottom line is that the company is leaner and both the revenues and earnings are growing again. The business was being offered for $345K in 2017 but we have decided to lower that price to $250K which is a price that less than what this company made in 2015 on the bottom line. The adjusted earnings spreadsheet in the data room link above shows the owners salary of 11,700 per year and his mother’s salary of 43,680 being added back because he only works 8 hours a week and he believes the new owner can replace both him and his mother’s jobs. The rest are standard add backs in that spreadsheet. I could have added back a very large add back for a managers salary that he had to let go in April of 2017 because he was not doing a good job but decided that even though it would be accurate to add back at least half of it that it would be too aggressive. Bottom line is that the more you learn about the history of this business, the more you will realize its potential and that it should have been making a lot more money. Another example is that instead of turning down work after the hail storm, they subbed the work out based on a poorly thought out contract and actually lost money on average on all of that work. The company’s top and bottom line has grown every year until 2017 when they decided to stop doing REPAIRS because of the cost of fighting to get paid by the insurance companies and because they stopped instant approvals. REPLACEMENTS are very profitable but require salespeople and he has shifted his time to his roofing company. He had hired a manager to replace him but had to part ways with him in the spring of 2017 when he realized it was not working out. That manager is now in the construction business and has not been replaced. The owner built this company from 0 in revenues to 1M in revenues with the vans and equipment to be able to generate 2X this in revenues before additional capitalization would be necessary. The sales price has been lowered to 250K which was established by taking less than 2 times their 2016 earnings and only 2 ½ of their trailing 12 month earnings. A buyer will want to buy this for the growth and equity building opportunity the owner explains in the video interview plus they will also get an estimated 55K in FF & E which is mostly 2 Vans and Equipment also included in the purchase price. This business is well established and has a long term relationship with a couple of well-known dealerships. They have a 1099 Staff member full time in one of their service departments that is paid a commission on windshields serviced or sold at that dealership. They also get work directly from two repair shops. The dealerships use them in several ways typically: Full replacement service for all the used vehicles that they take in on trade or purchase from the auction, and full service replacement for customers that request to have their windshield replaced. They do some repairing for the dealerships also. This is recurring revenue. The owner says if he had the time, he would be calling on all of the dealerships using how happy their current dealerships are with their business partner. They are currently talking to another major dealership which they estimate could add 30 replacements a week to the schedule. Insurance Agents are a great way to secure long term residual income, this company has developed a direct relationship with Farmers Insurance, and have a few agents that will send their customers directly to them for replacement and repair. There are 224 Farmers Insurance agents in the greater Denver metro alone. If the new owner was to market to just these agents, and only received just one referral per month per agent, that would generate nearly 67,200 dollars per month in revenue. (This example is using the median price of $300.00 / replacement). He never put the time in to explore the potential of this. Dealerships/body shops/Insurance agents are Recurring Revenue which always supports a higher sales price. Plus this business will not change after the sale based on their reputation and location. They are 4 stars on both Yahoo and Yelp with no negative reviews. Colorado is one of the #1 states in the country to own an auto glass company. Because of the radical temperature changes, and the fact that rocks are mixed in with the salt that CDOT drops on the road during the winter months, windshields are always in need of replacing. I want to emphasize that the owner believes that you can substantially increase sales and profitability by being present and focusing on sales and hiring qualified employees. He has spent 3 years and a lot of money automating this business. They just need more employees and leads for his model. The sales price is 250K with the owner willing to carry up to 35% of the purchase price. This is an S Corp. Brief Overview and Deal Points: The owner states that “We have a model that took a lot of time and money to automate which means this company is now ready to grow in both revenues and profit margin”. The business has 2 fully wrapped vans as part of approximately $55K worth of Assets which includes a fully functional office. The company currently has 5 employees: 1 EE is 1099 stationed in a car dealership. 1 EE is his mother if the office manager and took over many of the old managers duties also. She makes $21/hr and will be leaving after a transition period with the owner and her. 1 EE is an office admin making $18/hr. 2 EE’s are installers with one of them having 20 years of experience. 1 EE is the owner who does very little except oversees a weekly Tuesday morning meeting. The owner says it takes about 3 months to properly train an installer. He spent 3 years developing a web based custom software for networking the business among other things. The software development required $18K upfront and then an extra monthly expense that has been between $1700.00 – $3200.00 per month up to February 2017. The only future cost would be a new owners wanting to modify it. The software allows: invoice creation, job scheduling, time blocking for installers, tracking supply and parts purchases, special orders tracking/ordering, employee time clock, accounts receivable tracking, sales reports including productivity reports, vendor/dealership/insurance company data base, and customer data that allow detailed searches. The expense to create this is over but I only added back 50% of the historical expense which was conservative. Typically legal, accounting, technology, computer software for a company this size would be less than $10K combined. This company should have a much higher profit margin in the future based on what they went through to develop their software, fighting insurance companies to get paid on repairs, outsourcing the bookkeeping/accounting, and having 2 more employees than they needed now that the software is functional. In fact, they laid off 2 employees earlier this year when that software became functional and I did not add back those expenses either. This is an unusual situation because I believe the valuation for a buyer is probably higher than we are asking because of how extensive the add backs really should be but lower for a bank that would typically not allow developmental, extra employees, excessive legal, etc in add backs. I believe a Buyer must meet with the Seller to fully understand the money he spent to position this company for a more profitable and efficient future. This business has many long-standing relationships with customers and vendors. It took years to establish these highly-profitable relationships. This is very valuable to the new owner going forward and means that the new owner will step into a steady stream of sales and stability at the closing. The new owner believes there will be no issues in the transition as long as the quality of service and advice that they give does not change after the transition. They are 5 years old and have a solid name and the finest reputation for fair dealings. The seller will agree to full Reps and Warrantees to a solid legal and business standing, no “ghosts in the closet”. They have a great record for safety (OSHA) and no legal battles. If the client has a problem, they fix it, it’s that simple! In fact, the seller will offer a full “right to off-set” against the sales price that the seller is carrying for any misrepresentations made or issues that come up after closing. The seller’s willingness to carry a portion of the sales price speaks volumes about his confidence in the short and long term performance of the business and the cash flow and revenue expectations. Awesome Rent Deal: The store is 1200 square feet and only 1375 month total gross lease which is a 3 year lease with almost two years left. (Trash removal and cleaning services included in this lease) This landlord will allow a new lease for multiple years. The location has a great floor plan, very functional, and efficient. It has security cameras and plenty of parking. Both can accommodate more employees and future growth. Growth and Expansion: The auto glass industry is growing at a rapid rate, and is almost recession proof. Dealerships, body shops, insurance agents, retail direct customers are always looking for companies other than the Safelite to fill the void. This business gives you the customer service customers are looking for and the dependability of a large scale company to back it. Right now, local Colorado auto body shops are still booked out at least 4 months from the hail storm that hit Denver in May. It will happen again and again. There are hail storms every year of varying degrees. We will always benefit because we can go wherever we have to. Plus, notice how many vehicles you drive past on the highway that have a cracked windshield. Now times that by a few hundred thousand vehicles…. That’s your opportunity! Most growth plans have risk and this one has very little. In the past, they have done very little marketing as you can see from the advertising expenses on the PL. Increasing this will increase business which can lead to more long term recurring business also. Social media marketing to the local community. Adding an outside salesperson to meet insurance agents in the area and to drop in to see re-conditioning managers at dealerships are all great ways to grow this business and increase recurring revenues. They have a website that was created by one of the owners and could be upgraded and optimized and/or add a pay for pay per click banner to be on top of most searches. Plus, Colorado is the best State in the country to own a business. Colorado is #1 for Economic Growth in the US says US News and World Report. See articles: https://usat.ly/2wSml7Z and https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/rankings This article ranks all 50 states by eight economic measures including GDP growth, housing prices, job creation and exports. Also, Area Developers Magazine ranked Denver the #1 growth opportunity in the country in June of 2015. Check out the articles in these links also: http://www.metrodenver.org/research-reports/economic-forecasts/2017-economic-forecast/ and rated Denver #1 for leading locations for economic strength indicators and eighth for both workforce and recession-busting attributes: http://www.imfromdenver.com/denver-no-1-on-u-s-news-best-places-to-live-list/?utm_campaign=shareaholic&utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=socialnetwork http://www.bizjournals.com/denver/news/2015/07/15/denver-rated-no-1-in-u-s-for-economic-success-3.html The Denver-Aurora-Broomfield metro area was rated first among the 375 metros. Here is Area Development's top 10 U.S. "Leading Locations" for 2015: 1. Denver. 2. Houston. 3. Grand Rapids, Michigan. 4. Greeley. 5. San Francisco. 6. San Jose. 7. Seattle. 8. Columbus. 9. Boulder. 10. Austin. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Thank you for your consideration. Sincerely, Jeff Chapman Eisnaugle Company Broker Group, LLC. Direct 303-905-7607 Office 303-284-7025 Fax 720-524-6482 jce@companybroker.com This is prepared by Company Broker Group with information provided by the Seller. It was not created by the seller and neither the Broker or the Seller are responsible for its accuracy. Buyers are responsible for their own due diligence. Neither the Broker or the Seller will indemnify or guarantee any forward looking statements or projections. The information contained in this e-mail message is confidential and may be protected from disclosure. Please be aware that any other use, printing, copying, disclosure or dissemination of this communication may be subject to legal restriction or sanction. If you have received this e-mail message in error, please reply to the sender and delete it from your computer. Different Brokerage relationships are available which include Seller agency, buyer agency, or transaction – brokerage. Brokerage disclosure to Buyer or Tenant of Property. 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A separate written by a Buyer agreement is required which sets forth the duties and obligations of the broker and the buyer. Transaction broker: the transaction broker assist the buyer or seller or both throughout a real estate transaction by performing terms of any written or oral agreement, fully informing the parties, presenting all offers and assisting parties with any contracts, including the closing of the transaction, without being an agent or advocate for any of the parties. A transaction-broker must use reasonable skill and care and the performance of any oral or written agreement, and must make the same disclosures as agents about all adverse material facts actually known by the transaction – broker concerning the property or a buyer's financial ability to perform the terms of a transaction and whether the buyer intends to occupy the property. No written agreement is required. Company Broker Group, LLC, and Jeff Chapman Eisnaugle will be operating solely as a “Seller Agent” in all transactions.

Environmental Consulting Business for Sale - Lender PrequalifiedStrong Client Base in Growing Market - Great Acquisition to Take Advantage of Co
$879,000Cash Flow: $312,616Seller Financing
Environmental Consulting Business for Sale - Lender PrequalifiedStrong Client Base in Growing Market - Great Acquisition to Take Advantage of Co

Denver, CO

Environmental consulting and testing business specializing in asbestos, lead, and mold building inspections. The Business has a strong client base, diversified over the years to include Restoration Contractors, Remodeling Contractors, Real Estate Agents, Property Managers, Hotels, School Facility Managers, and Homeowners. Colorado is one of the most regulated States in the country when it comes to asbestos testing regulations, and the Business has a strong, stable position within the industry. This is an outstanding opportunity for a buyer looking to take advantage of a growing market. The Business has been pre-qualified for SBA loan participation. Get a business that cash flows over $310,000 for $88,000 down!

Home Builder Management CompanyConstruction/Real Estate Industry Acquisition - High Growth Market
$2,000,000Cash Flow: $531,980Seller Financing
Home Builder Management CompanyConstruction/Real Estate Industry Acquisition - High Growth Market

Denver, CO

This is an opportunity to acquire the territory and development rights working with home builders in the construction/real estate industry. While this opportunity is more sales, marketing and support, those coming from a construction or real estate background are ideal prospects for this business, but not required. Tons of growth opportunities. 3-year blended revenue: $1,933,879 3-year blended discretionary earnings: $531,990 Asking price: $1,999,999, includes cost of a three state territory. Reason for sale: New business opportunities for seller. Training and support: Yes and Negotiable Seller financing: Will consider some for qualified buyer.

NEW LOWER PRICE! Res/Comm Window Cleaning Franchise. TurnkeyProvides Other Services,High Profit Margin, Expandable Model, No Nights/Weekends
$290,000Cash Flow: $151,000Seller Financing
NEW LOWER PRICE! Res/Comm Window Cleaning Franchise. TurnkeyProvides Other Services,High Profit Margin, Expandable Model, No Nights/Weekends

Denver, CO

A residential/commercial window cleaning franchise with a high profit margin and expandable model. The best part is no one works nights or weekends. Move into an established business that offers the work/life style balance that everyone desires. Other services they provide are building restoration, gutter cleaning, roof and solar panel cleaning, christmas lights, snow removal and pressure and light washing. The trailing 12 month revenues were $538,941 with an adjusted net income of $151,466 from May 31st, 2017 to June 1st 2018. 2017 had revenues of $540,325 with adjusted earnings of $144,903. 2/3rds of the revenue is recurring revenue every year. The sales price of $325K is just over 2 times the trailing 12 months earnings and only 2 1/4 times the 2017 earnings. The owners have decided to sell the business for personal reasons. Update: They have two employees that hurt their legs and are taking two weeks off in late July and early August. This means they have had to turn down some recent work. Even though, this is temporary, we have decided to lower the price from 325K to 290K which is now less than 2 times the earnings. The owners are a husband and wife team who have grown the business to a comfortable size and have a lot of ways a new owner could grow this business to a new level. They started the business from zero together in 2013 and created a very effective and profitable model. This is part of a very successful national franchise that has a great business model with growth strategies and many years of experience. The business is well established in their area and even retains good relations with competitors. The business has great employees who are loyal and well trained. The employees are not rough around the edges which is normally expected in this industry. All employees are well taken care of and know they are appreciated by the owners. The business has $30,000 in current value equipment plus 3 vehicles included in the sale along with a normal cleaning inventory used to clean the windows, etc. Located in North Denver CO but can be located anywhere in the Metro Denver Area ______________________________________________________________________________________ Sales Price: 290K with the Sellers willing to carry up to 15%. This business will qualify for a bank loan based on its profitable history. For more specific information, simply email Jeff Chapman at jce@companybroker.com. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Brief Overview This company currently manages 4 window cleaners and has easily retained 7-8 employees in previous years, but the owners this year have decided to keep fewer employees and is still performing big numbers. They specialize in commercial window cleaning but also does residential and commercial power washing, gutter cleaning, and glass restoration. The owners do the marketing, estimating, and all paperwork for the business. A new owner does not need any industry experience and needs no special licenses or permits. New owners will need 1 week training from headquarters which will get them software and services training with one on one time. Marketing and Advertising: They do their marketing in serval easy ways: they have their business listed on all major web search engine pages, Facebook, Google Adwords, Google Places, yard signs, flyers and referrals. The majority of the time it is referral based and Google Adwords with multiple calls every day. They have a Google Adwords expert manage their google listing. Last year they only spent in advertising $7,291 (just under 1.5%) of gross revenues and in 2016 they spent $12,815 and in 2015 $8,044, both years around 3% of gross revenue. Imagine the possibilities if you put a more normal 8% into marketing? They have no sales people and make no outgoing prospecting without someone responding to their flyers/yard signs or google listings. The rest comes from referrals. Growth Potential: The biggest opportunity is for the new owner to add more employees and more vehicles. The growth potential in the Denver area is unlimited. The majority of their current business is construction cleaning, mid rise commercial cleaning and residential cleaning. Owners have personally decided not to go over 15 stories but a new owner can tap into this niche area. A great benefit about this franchise is the expertise and reputation the brand has. The new owner will have access to the franchisors whenever they need them and also the highest producing franchise in Minnesota that grossed over $2.9 Million last year. A new website was built and paid for that was personalized for the Denver based franchise which a new owner will benefit from. They are receiving more and more residential work which a new owner can expand even more. As a franchise they have paid for and protected territories and own the 3 best counties in CO, which are Denver, Arapahoe and Jefferson counties. A new owner could even expand their franchise even more, but the growth and work potential in these three major counties is unlimited. Employees: The company employs 4 full time employees that are all paid hourly and get W-2’s. They have decided to not hire experienced window cleaners which new owners could and can expand faster. They have team leads that train new hires. Ownership is comfortable leaving the business for vacations or to spend time with family based on the established systems, procedures, and experienced personnel. The quality of the employees and their work also means that ownership can take advantage of their perfect reputation. Ownership are in their late 20's and have decided not to hire people not much older than themselves as a managing strategy. A new owner with confident managing skills can hire older and experienced personnel if they decide to do so. Competition: There has always been competition but the company has maintained a comfortable share of the market and they believe they could easily be much larger. They lose customers to moving, divorce, and death. They get several customers a year from their competition. Location: The location is 1200 square feet total for $1,350 per month gross net which is the best kind of lease. Their shop has one door garage bay tall door for trucks with ladder racks fit inside. Separated front office area about 400 sq ft remodeled with waiting room, office, and bathroom. About 800 sq ft warehouse space. End unit. Up to 10 parking spaces available. 4 of those spaces reserved just for us. The lease is up at the end of March 2019 which is great timing for a new owner to either renew the lease or leave this shop location for another. They have agreed to years 2019-2020 at $1,350 a month with $50 increases each year for the next 2 years after but no documents have been signed as the owner is waiting out for offers on the sale of their business! Franchise: The franchise is highest grossing window cleaning franchise out there. And we personally are in the top 4% of highest grossing window cleaning companies. Established 1999. Over 40 Franchises. We are close with many of the other owners. Royalties currently for them are 6-7% gross which is based on a tiered scale where the % drops and the revenues go up. The Sellers will pay the transfer fee for the Franchise. Other Considerations: They have an accountant and use QuickBooks and the books are up to date. Plus, they have provided detailed accounting of the assets of the business. Approximately $30,000 of current value equipment and 3 vehicles will be included in the sale. The owners are very positive and will help ensure a smooth transition of the business. The owners are very interested in seeing the business prosper in good hands. The hard work is done. They believe that the business will continue to grow especially with new energy. The seller is willing to coach for first 2 weeks included in the sale price and paid time for additional coaching after first initial 2 weeks. They will offer full warranties, indemnifications, and further states there have not been any legal or other issues of any kind with the business nor are the owners aware of any that are pending. This is a turnkey profitable business. The model is just waiting for a new owner to step into it. Plus, this is an industry that at this moment is in high demand. Customers are looking for clean cut, background checked, and qualified people, which is exactly what their business offers. Colorado is the best State in the country to own a business. Colorado is the "#1" fastest growing and strongest economies in the United States, per Money.MSN.com and Business Insider’s September of 2014 issue. This article ranks all 50 states by eight economic measures including GDP growth, housing prices, job creation and exports. Also, Area Developers Magazine ranked Denver the #1 growth opportunity in the country in June of 2015. Check out the article in this link http://www.bizjournals.com/denver/news/2015/07/15/denver-rated-no-1-in-u-s-for-economic-success-3.html?ana=e_du_wknd&s=article_du&ed=2015-07-18&u=Omt2yqM6WXrOzM+upNHZNw0a18034b&t=1437241801 and rated Denver #1 for leading locations for economic strength indicators and eighth for both workforce and recession-busting attributes: http://www.bizjournals.com/denver/news/2015/07/15/denver-rated-no-1-in-u-s-for-economic-success-3.html The Denver-Aurora-Broomfield metro area was rated first among the 375 metros. Here is Area Development's top 10 U.S. "Leading Locations" for 2015: 1. Denver. 2. Houston. 3. Grand Rapids, Michigan. 4. Greeley. 5. San Francisco. 6. San Jose. 7. Seattle. 8. Columbus. 9. Boulder. 10. Austin ______________________________________________________________________________________ Thank you for your interest in this business. Please email detailed questions to me at jce@companybroker.com or call me at 303-905-7607. Sincerely, Jeff Chapman Eisnaugle Company Broker Group Denver, CO Direct 303-905-7607 Office 303-284-7025 Fax 720-524-6482 jce@companybroker.com www.companybroker.com This is prepared by Company Broker Group with information provided by the Seller. It was not created by the seller and neither the Broker or the Seller are responsible for its accuracy. Buyers are responsible for their own due diligence. Neither the Broker or the Seller will indemnify or guarantee any forward looking statements or projections. Different Brokerage relationships are available which include Seller agency, buyer agency, or transaction – brokerage. Brokerage disclosure to Buyer or Tenant of Property. Definition of working relationships. Seller's Agent: a seller's agent works solely on behalf of the seller to promote the interests of the seller with the utmost good faith, loyalty, and fidelity. The agent negotiates on behalf of and ask as an advocate for the seller. The seller's agent must disclose to potential buyers all adverse material facts actually known by the seller's agent about the business/property. A separate written listing agreement is required which sets forth the duties and obligations of the broker and the seller. Buyer’s Agent: a buyer’s agent works solely on behalf of the buyer to promote the interests of the buyer with the utmost good faith, loyalty and fidelity. The agent negotiates on behalf of an accident advocate for the buyer. The buyer’s agent must disclose to all potential sellers all adverse material facts actually known by the buyer’s agent, including the buyer’s financial ability to perform the terms of the transaction. A separate written by a Buyer agreement is required which sets forth the duties and obligations of the broker and the buyer. Transaction broker: the transaction broker assist the buyer or seller or both throughout a real estate transaction by performing terms of any written or oral agreement, fully informing the parties, presenting all offers and assisting parties with any contracts, including the closing of the transaction, without being an agent or advocate for any of the parties. A transaction-broker must use reasonable skill and care and the performance of any oral or written agreement, and must make the same disclosures as agents about all adverse material facts actually known by the transaction – broker concerning the property or a buyer's financial ability to perform the terms of a transaction and whether the buyer intends to occupy the property. No written agreement is required. Company Broker Group, LLC, and Jeff Chapman Eisnaugle will be operating solely as a “Seller Agent” in all transactions.

LOWER PRICE! Audio, Visual, Security, Lighting, Climate, SurveillanceHigh Profit Margin, Big Growth Potential, Excellent Reputation
$700,000Cash Flow: $328,000Seller Financing
LOWER PRICE! Audio, Visual, Security, Lighting, Climate, SurveillanceHigh Profit Margin, Big Growth Potential, Excellent Reputation

Denver, CO

This business was under a full priced $750K Letter of Intent while 2 things happened. The CPA preparing the taxes found more cost of goods sold and revised down the 2017 PL earnings and the potential buyer also had a change in their situation which has led to the LOI being terminated and the Seller agreeing to lower the price from $750K to $700K. The business is currently priced at 2 ¼ times the trailing 12 months earnings through April. The Seller took a lot of time off in 2017 while he was deciding whether to move to Europe, keep or sell his company, etc. The earnings are back to normal in 2018 and he expects 2018 will see earnings that are over $350K. This makes this a great time to buy this company. It should be worth a lot more in 2019 than it is now because we have to factor 2017 prominently into the current valuation. If he was trying to sell this business in early 2016 or 2017 it would be priced at or above $1M. Plus, the industry is only getting better. 15 Year Old Denver Home Technology Integration, Design, and Install Company This company specializes in High End Audio, Visual, Security & Surveillance, Lighting Controls, Climate Controls, and other Products such as Motorized Window Shades, etc. The trailing 12 months adjusted earnings were 328K from revenues of 1.04M. 2016’s earnings were 415K from revenues of 1.48M. 2015’s earnings were 540K from revenues of 1.87M. He is part time and relies heavily on his employees. He has family in Europe and travels frequently. The drop in both revenue and earnings over the last 3 years was partially a quality of life decision and the temporary loss of a great employee who is now back and is happy. The industry is growing like crazy which he believes will last forever as technology constantly changes. He believes it would have been easy to grow this company from his 2015 numbers but instead he pulled back for personal reasons. He believes this can grow at a high growth rate for the new buyer. The sales price is $700K which includes all assets including inventory. This is only 1 ½ times his 2015 Earnings and less than 2 1/4 times his trailing 12 months adjusted earnings which is very low for a well-established business with such a high percentage of recurring revenues and growth potential. The company has 144K in current value assets including 5 wrapped vehicles made up of a pickup, 2 custom 4 wheel drive vans, and 2 non 4 wheel drive vans, and a 5000 square foot office that has a full showroom for customers. He will be keeping one of the vehicles that he uses personally that is on the balance sheet. They have a high percentage of recurring revenues since they work with builders, contractors, architects that have proven loyal to them over the years. There are 5 employees and the owner. They charge 95 dollars per hour for regular work and 165 dollars per hour for programming. He has a key long term employee he pays 83K per year while the rest are paid 50K to 60K per year. His employees are all very experienced and have been with him long term. This company does not have employee problems. Location: Denver, CO ______________________________________________________________________________________ Brief Overview and Deal Points: They specialize in high end custom fully automated home technology solutions. This is high margin work that virtually all middle class and high end homes use in an increasing way. Home owners want to be able to monitor their homes, pets, etc when their gone. They want to control their lights, shades, and entertainment systems without moving. They want to know they are secure at night and when they are away and they want to keep up with the “Jones’s”. They also provide regular maintenance almost every year for every system they install which is regular hourly billing. Growth Potential: His advertising has been less than 5K per year which is basically a website and the phone book. All new homes have some level of technology built into it these days along with virtually all remodels. Plus, most systems are upgraded every 3 to 5 years and completely replaced every 7 to 10 years. This is a lot of recurring revenues especially when you consider how these systems are more and more integrated each year and are more expensive. Plus, “security monitoring agreements are a fairly significant asset. Security companies commonly pay $500-1500 per customer for these. 45 times $1000.00 is pretty significant. We charge $35/month for network monitoring (standard) cost is about 5 bucks a month. We don’t focus on this as a company and really only provided to our immediate customers that we design a full system for but it is another possible arm of expandability.” Also may be view as an asset if wanted to sell off the agreements. This all adds up to a high percentage of recurring revenues which traditionally carry a higher earnings valuation multiple than he is asking for this business. A new owner can be more present, add a sales person, create an advertising campaign, expand the product line, go out and meet more contractors, etc. They are A+ rated with the Better Business Bureau but they have not paid any attention to Houzz, Yelp, or Google which could really help people find them and to choose to use them. The business also has semi exclusive agreements with vendors like Lutron among others that requires a minimum number of years in business, specific training of employees, etc to be able to represent their products. A high end home technology sales and service business must have access to the products that high end homeowners and their advisors want. This company has Gold status with Lutron and long term relationships with many of the other big names in the industry. Lutron is a big deal since it is only in the last couple of years that home owners want their lighting and shades controlled by the same units that control their entertainment systems. The business is located in a two story 5,000 square foot location on a busy Denver street with a 2,000 square foot showroom. The rent will be at a market rate with at least 10 years of automatic extensions. The lease will not be an issue for this business. They have a great reputation for quality, and reliability. The seller will agree to full Reps and Warranties to a solid legal and business standing. They have a great record for safety (OSHA) as proven by their low workman’s comp MOD rate. They have had no regulatory issues, no lawsuits, and no issues with the city, county, or municipality that they are in. Colorado is the best State in the country to own a business. Colorado is the "#1" fastest growing and strongest economies in the United States, per Money.MSN.com and Business Insider’s September of 2014 issue. This article ranks all 50 states by eight economic measures including GDP growth, housing prices, job creation and exports. Also, Area Developers Magazine ranked Denver the #1 growth opportunity in the country in June of 2015. Check out the article in this link http://www.bizjournals.com/denver/news/2015/07/15/denver-rated-no-1-in-u-s-for-economic-success-3.html?ana=e_du_wknd&s=article_du&ed=2015-07-18&u=Omt2yqM6WXrOzM+upNHZNw0a18034b&t=1437241801 and rated Denver #1 for leading locations for economic strength indicators and eighth for both workforce and recession-busting attributes: http://www.bizjournals.com/denver/news/2015/07/15/denver-rated-no-1-in-u-s-for-economic-success-3.html The Denver-Aurora-Broomfield metro area was rated first among the 375 metros. Here is Area Development's top 10 U.S. "Leading Locations" for 2015: 1. Denver. 2. Houston. 3. Grand Rapids, Michigan. 4. Greeley. 5. San Francisco. 6. San Jose. 7. Seattle. 8. Columbus. 9. Boulder. 10. Austin ______________________________________________________________________________________ Please Call of Email for Information: The broker is available at any time to discuss your interest in this offering and can set up a meeting either in person or by phone with the owner(s). Thank you for your interest. Thank you. Sincerely, Jeff Chapman Eisnaugle 303-905-7607 Direct 303-284-7025 Main 720-524-6482 Fax jce@companybroker.com This is prepared by Company Broker Group with information provided by the Seller. It was not created by the seller and neither the Broker or the Seller are responsible for its accuracy. Buyers are responsible for their own due diligence. Neither the Broker or the Seller will indemnify or guarantee any forward looking statements or projections. Different Brokerage relationships are available which include Seller agency, buyer agency, or transaction – brokerage. Brokerage disclosure to Buyer or Tenant of Property. Definition of working relationships. Seller's Agent: a seller's agent works solely on behalf of the seller to promote the interests of the seller with the utmost good faith, loyalty, and fidelity. The agent negotiates on behalf of and ask as an advocate for the seller. The seller's agent must disclose to potential buyers all adverse material facts actually known by the seller's agent about the business/property. A separate written listing agreement is required which sets forth the duties and obligations of the broker and the seller. Buyer’s Agent: a buyer’s agent works solely on behalf of the buyer to promote the interests of the buyer with the utmost good faith, loyalty and fidelity. The agent negotiates on behalf of an accident advocate for the buyer. The buyer’s agent must disclose to all potential sellers all adverse material facts actually known by the buyer’s agent, including the buyer’s financial ability to perform the terms of the transaction. A separate written by a Buyer agreement is required which sets forth the duties and obligations of the broker and the buyer. Transaction broker: the transaction broker assist the buyer or seller or both throughout a real estate transaction by performing terms of any written or oral agreement, fully informing the parties, presenting all offers and assisting parties with any contracts, including the closing of the transaction, without being an agent or advocate for any of the parties. A transaction-broker must use reasonable skill and care and the performance of any oral or written agreement, and must make the same disclosures as agents about all adverse material facts actually known by the transaction – broker concerning the property or a buyer's financial ability to perform the terms of a transaction and whether the buyer intends to occupy the property. No written agreement is required. Company Broker Group, LLC, and Jeff Chapman Eisnaugle will be operating solely as a “Seller Agent” in all transactions.

28M Retail Value Museum Quality Original Art for 9M, Seller Will HelpMarket Pieces-Gallery/On-Line/Domestic & International Shows
$9,000,000
28M Retail Value Museum Quality Original Art for 9M, Seller Will HelpMarket Pieces-Gallery/On-Line/Domestic & International Shows

Denver, CO

$28M in HISTORICALLY IMPORTANT FINE ART Offered at $9M to either start or add to a Fine Art Gallery 15 MUSEUM QUALITY Works Ranging in Value from 8M to 250K plus almost 2000 more paintings worth between 2K and 150K each. The Seller estimates that his entire inventory has a retail value of 28M dollars which he will offer for 9M dollars. 2000 pieces of mostly international art that are almost entirely high end oil paintings including 15 large museum quality pieces. One of the museum quality pieces the Seller has been told could be worth 8M to 10M retail on its own. It could be a featured piece in a major museum in Russia. Compare that to the value of almost every other major countries signature pieces. Russia is slowly catching up and getting the respect it deserves for its increasingly famous painters. Seller has a warehouse with a showroom in a Mountain Resort and wants to open a Gallery in Cherry Creek but is 73 and has major family commitments in Texas so he is both retirement age and has to retire. There is the potential for a buyer to make 5M to 10M worth of “net profit” over the next 5 years off of this artwork. The Seller has not had a retail gallery for years but has accumulated many customers over the years who still purchase from his collection. He sold almost 650K of artwork in 2017 by appointment only. This is without the sale of any of the museum quality pieces. The Seller has a list of Buyers which spans 30 plus years and many are still active. This should provide a much higher base than the 650K he is making by appointment only for a new owner that sets up or adds this to a gallery in a recurring way. Buyer should set up a location that will be able to sell much more than 650K per year and if they sell just one of the museum quality paintings each year, the revenues could easily top 2M to 2.5M each year. The current seller would love to see the new buyer be patient and sell the museum collection all to the same buyer for a minimum of 12M. Seller has recently finished cataloging the museum collection and is planning on getting them scheduled into a major museum exhibit. This should automatically increase both their value and exposure. He has acquired these pieces throughout his life and has not put them up for sale until now. They are very emotional and historical pieces of original art. To be clear, this is a business opportunity to make a lot of money through selling this art for profit. This art is historically important high end fine art that you currently can’t find in any art gallery in Colorado or the United States. He knows this art, the artists in many cases, the history, etc. If you love art and making money in what is a very fun business to own, please watch the video presentations of the art by the owner including individual videos of the museum quality paintings. He is asking 9M for the 28M in retail value artwork which is a great deal for a buyer BUT he knows he is not going to get a check that big at a closing so he will allow the Buyer to propose a flexible structure with him carrying almost half and/or allowing some of the art to be on consignment. He prefers that a buyer buy or commit to the whole collection but will consider any offer that includes no less than ½ of his collection in any one sale. He will not split it up in smaller pieces than that unless a buyer wants to buy every piece of a specific artist(s) and then that will depend on the artist and the size of the overall sale. This will not qualify for a bank loan and he will only meet with or talk to VERY SERIOUS QUALIFIED BUYERS. He is also open to flying in for special shows for up to 2 years, potentially keeping some ownership (keep some art), and/or will offer some on consignment. The goal is to keeping a buyers up front cost to a reasonable number while he feels that he is secure in his retirement also. The Buyer can market these pieces 3 ways: Gallery, Online, and through Domestic/International expositions/shows. The Seller has a big following and will occasionally attend showings, etc to help the new owner Sell the artwork. Please see the videos above to understand how big this opportunity is. Plus, see the articles in the data room to learn his history, reputation, and knowledge of this artwork/artists. Details: He believes a 3,000 square foot location in a high traffic high end area of Denver would drive sales to 2 to 2.5 million of dollars a year. Cherry Creek North seems like a great area for a first level Gallery on a busy block and would cost approximately 43 dollars a square foot triple net. This will have a cost of approximately 150K per year, plus the cost of two full time employees, etc. Total cost of approximately 325K per year. This also assumes that his assistant of 16 years who knows all of this art very well and works full time in his warehouse will consider a job offer that is partially commission based to move to Denver or wherever to work in the gallery. If the new owner wants to keep the warehouse in the Mountains open, she will stay in the Resort or split her time. Her knowledge and personality will sell these paintings. The Seller and she are both experts on each piece. Plus, he will commit to making occasional trips to do Gallery Shows so he can help with showings featuring specific art/artists and tell the history and explain how emotional, rare, and valuable this art is. He believes that the Gallery should be able to generate 2M to 2.5M in revenues per year allowing the Gallery owner to add inventory over time that fits his/her personality. Just 1.5M in revenue will create a very nice profit for an owner every year. To put it in perspective, the 15 most valuable pieces are worth at least 12M themselves and would be featured on the walls of the Gallery helping visitors to learn and appreciate the history and quality of the art making it easier to sell the smaller pieces in the overall collection. He also believes that the Gallery owner could sell copies of the 15 paintings that belong in a museum helping to keep them together making them even more valuable as a collection that can be loaned to museums periodically. High quality copies like Lithographs and Serigraphs can sell for a very nice profit. The Buyer will not need any permissions to do this. All rights to every piece of art is owned by the Seller. A Buyer could always ensure a great start by selling only a couple of the signature museum pieces which could still be loaned back into the collection for museum shows. Museum quality art sells partially because of ego, increasing exposure and therefore increasing appreciation and value, and because they are considered historically important. Once scheduled into a museum, it should be easy to sell the whole collection at once for a very large profit. Serious inquires only. This will not be an SBA loan but there is a chance for financing based on a buyers net worth and experience in the industry. He will not meet with anyone who is not qualified for this opportunity. He is 73 and doesn’t have the luxury of taking a chance on an unqualified buyer or very long term promissory notes/consignments. Plus, Colorado is the best State in the country to own a business. Colorado is #1 for Economic Growth in the US says US News and World Report. See article here: https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/rankings This article ranks all 50 states by eight economic measures including GDP growth, housing prices, job creation and exports. Also, Area Developers Magazine ranked Denver the #1 growth opportunity in the country in June of 2015. Check out the articles in these links also: http://www.metrodenver.org/research-reports/economic-forecasts/2017-economic-forecast/ and rated Denver #1 for leading locations for economic strength indicators and eighth for both workforce and recession-busting attributes: http://www.imfromdenver.com/denver-no-1-on-u-s-news-best-places-to-live-list/?utm_campaign=shareaholic&utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=socialnetwork http://www.bizjournals.com/denver/news/2015/07/15/denver-rated-no-1-in-u-s-for-economic-success-3.html The Denver-Aurora-Broomfield metro area was rated first among the 375 metros. Here is Area Development's top 10 U.S. "Leading Locations" for 2015: 1. Denver. 2. Houston. 3. Grand Rapids, Michigan. 4. Greeley. 5. San Francisco. 6. San Jose. 7. Seattle. 8. Columbus. 9. Boulder. 10. Austin ______________________________________________________________________________________ Thank you for your consideration. Sincerely, Jeff Chapman Eisnaugle Business Broker Colorado, LLC Direct 303-905-7607 Office 303-284-7025 Fax 720-524-6482 jeff@businessbrokercolorado.com www.businessbrokercolorado.com This is prepared by Business Broker Colorado, LLC and the managing broker is Company Broker Group, LLC with information provided by the Seller. It was not created by the seller and neither the Broker or the Seller are responsible for its accuracy. Buyers are responsible for their own due diligence. Neither the Broker or the Seller will indemnify or guarantee any forward looking statements or projections. The information contained in this e-mail message is confidential and may be protected from disclosure. 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*32% Proj. ROI*Lender Ready*Owner Take Home $159k+*Prime Senior Care Selling For Only 2.6x Cash Flow!
$415,000Cash Flow: $159,413
*32% Proj. ROI*Lender Ready*Owner Take Home $159k+*Prime Senior Care Selling For Only 2.6x Cash Flow!

Denver, CO

THIS IS A HIGHLY SOUGHT AFTER SENIOR CARE / MEDICAL STAFFING franchise. This is one of the better businesses you will look at! Lenders are ready to loan on this business NOW with a qualified buyer. The company provides daily assistance to seniors while they are in their own home. The location has a great service territory south of the Denver metro area. This is a solid business on a consistent UPWARD SALES TREND for 3 years...2015=$282,994; 2016=$738,548; 2017=$1,005,398. Many Active accounts, well-trained staff, quality care-givers, referral sources already in place. *Note, Buyer must have a minimum of $110,000 to put down on the project unencumbered and a net worth of $250,000 or higher. INVESTMENT CONSIDERATIONS: (*Assumption: Buyer will take over a position and work full-time in the business.) • Projected ROI of 32%!! • Total purchase price: $415,000. • Down payment 25%-30% or $124,500 ($410,000 x 30% = $124,500). • Current SDE (what you would earn in the business): $159,413. • Amount financed $290,500 ($415,000 - $124,500 = $290,500). • Debt service on $290,500 = $40,475 per year (10 years at 7.00% apprx.). • SDE less debt service = $118,938 ($159,413-$40,475=$118,938). • Assume - New owner to pull $80,000 year out of the business in wages. • Remaining cash flow after owner wages = $79,413 ($159,413 – 80,000= $79,413). • Return on investment or your return on injected capital (down payment) year after year = 32%! ($40,475/$124,500 = 32%) Tough to get this in the stock market! • This scenario doesn’t not include working capital nor does it take into account a possibly lower overall negotiated price. • *Important: do not take our word for it on the investment information, call and meet with your accountant and make sure he/she agrees with the outline above. Do not make any financial investment into this business where your money could be at risk until you agree with your financial advisors opinion and are comfortable with the presented numbers from the seller. ***** Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) is required. The sale is confidential which is why we are not publishing sensitive financial information or the name. Information provided to qualified buyers with NDA in place. *Gross Revenue and Cash Flow approximate and stated by seller. *All information, data, financials, valuations, appraisals, real estate values, etc. must be verified with the seller and buyers own professional advisors, CPA, etc. Buyers should always verify all information with the seller and their own independent advisors before putting any money at risk. No brokers or students please. Contact Us For the NDA For Details. We will provide the short NDA form to you via email. Check your junk/spam email folders.

5Red Carpet Car Wash & DetailingRed Carpet Car Wash and Detailing
$550,000
Red Carpet Car Wash & DetailingRed Carpet Car Wash and Detailing

Denver, CO

This Full Service/ Flex Service Car Wash and Detail facility features one of the best car wash locations in the Denver Metro Area with Excellent Demographics, High Traffic Counts, Excellent Visibility, Long Established Car Wash location. This site features two Full Service Detailing bays with an adjacent Express Detailing Canopy area that services four additional vehicles concurrently. The car wash tunnel features quality tunnel equipment, dryer system, chemical application system, security system, controls with an optional water reclamation system in place and much more.

Very Profitable Marijuana Retail and Grow Business for Sale
$2,500,000Cash Flow: $870,000Seller Financing
Very Profitable Marijuana Retail and Grow Business for Sale

Denver, CO

Started in 2008 before recreational licenses were issued, this marijuana operation has a medical marijuana sales license and a premier retail location in Denver. The medical license can be grandfathered in for recreation upon application, but there are advantages to keeping it as a medical marijuana sales license. Grow warehouse is in Denver-the owner also owns the grow real estate separate from business and would like to sell the real estate to the buyer of the business in a separate transaction if possible. Serious inquiries only. Creative deals involving real estate or a portion of owner financing are possible but buyer must have capital. Buyer must have an eligible Colorado resident (2 years or more) with clean background check for MED to approve license transfer.

Not Your Mom or Pop Home Furnishings Shop~Denver
$17,500Cash Flow: $170,000Seller Financing
Not Your Mom or Pop Home Furnishings Shop~Denver

Denver, CO

The old retail model for running a home furnishings (furniture, art, mattresses and more) store was simple but seriously flawed: spend a lot of money on large and popularly located storefronts, fill it with enormous amounts of inventory, and then use the rest of your capital to advertise and pay employees. To justify such expenses, retailers skyrocket their markups causing the consumer to pay ridiculous amounts of money. Those days thankfully are dwindling away. Enter KozyHome. As an authorized dealer for KozyHome, you have access to a mind-boggling 1,000,000,000 big ticket items big-ticket items, wall art, home furnishings, PROPERTY BROTHERS-approved furniture, and extremely comfortable mattresses at wholesale that can be used in a variety of ways to make money without spending a dime on advertising, employees, or expensive storefronts (the current owner works from home). The system is simple: set up multiple avenues of revenue as a distributor of fine home furnishings and keep your expenses to a minimum. MULTIPLE AVENUES OF REVENUE: The owner will teach you how to to use your direct-from-the-factory access to furniture to 1) furnish and flip real estate, 2) stage and/or set up Airbnb cash cows, and 3) sell directly to the public through drop shipping, home parties, and free social media ads. In all the above cashflow scenarios, KozyHome acts as a provider to investors and companies who specialize in staging, flipping, and renting real estate. If you have an eye or interest in being more than a provider, then you'll add even more avenues of revenue. Simply be the provider or add additional services and/or real estate to your portfolio. ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS: Billion-dollar industry. Tons of business. Diversified revenue stream. Ongoing corporate support and training. A nationwide network of peers at your fingertips. INCLUDED IN THE ASKING PRICE: + Authorized license dealership for both iDealFurniture and PerfectDreamer Sleep Shop giving you access to hundreds of thousands of big-ticket items including furniture, art, mattresses and more. + Custom website + Membership in the Furniture Chamber of Commerce + Marketing system and support + Unlimited training + Assistance in finding and setting up initial location and negotiating lease + Training on both conventional and unconventional ways to make money in the furniture business including supplying to your local retail, selling direct to the public, staging and flipping million-dollar homes, setting up or owning furnished Airbnb short-term vacation rentals, and more. + No money down financing available on most products. + Factory guarantees on all products. + Preferred vendor list. *PLEASE NOTE: The revenue and cash flow amounts suggested in this ad are projections only. The owner hopes to share with you how you can achieve similar results starting with earning a solid return on your investment within your first four months of the business. KozyHome is a division of iDealFurniture, LLC.

Awards, Engraving and Promotional Products
$140,000Cash Flow: $54,378Seller Financing
Awards, Engraving and Promotional Products

Denver, CO

Established recognition and promotional products company serving customers along Colorado's Front Range and across the nation. The Business offers awards, trophies, engraving, apparel, promotional products, and more. Real estate open for purchase. Great opportunity to own growing business in expanding market! Square Footage: 3,200 sq. ft. Reason for Sale: Retirement Training and support: Will stay to help train if necessary

5 Yrs. Ave Cash Flow $800K on $7M in Sales, $3.1M in Assets Debt Free
$3,500,000Cash Flow: $950,000Seller Financing
5 Yrs. Ave Cash Flow $800K on $7M in Sales, $3.1M in Assets Debt Free

Denver, CO

Just $1,500,000 down at closing gets over $3,000,000 in assets debt free. Denver Manufacturing Business For Sale: Critical Points to Understand: 100% Absentee-Owned – An On-Site Owner Can Do Much Better. The business has always been 100% absentee-owned, since 1977. In fact, the owner has worked full time at another company nearby. We have 23 great and loyal employees that run all day-to-day operations, but a business will NEVER be “pushed” unless there is an on-site owner. Absentee-owned businesses will never run optimally or as efficient as one where the owner in pushing it. In fact, in 2013 we cash-flowed over 1,200,000 on sale of $7,141,522, but no one was in there to push sales and marketing efforts when they fell in 2015-2017. This is all we need now. What We Manufacture and For Who: As you would imagine, large warehouses, distribution centers and manufacturing facilities need to store large quantities of products that are held either for short or long periods of time until they are shipped out. These warehousing, distribution and manufacturing facilities have between 10,000 – 1,000,000 square feet (or even 2MM-3MM SF in the case of Amazon, Walmart, of HD-type facilities) of storage space needed to hold products for a period. Holding as much product as possible is often critical for all these locations and is call “cubic utilization/maximization”. To squeeze square-footage in todays’ warehousing, distribution, and manufacturing locations, companies need to go “vertical”, now, more than ever to get the most product stored. This is where we come in. (Since 1977) Located in Denver, Colorado Business Sale: The Sales Price of the company is $3,900,000 but the seller will carry $1,300,000 of the $3,900,000 for a qualified buyer and will consider an “earn-out” for a portion of the sales price based upon gross sales performance going forward. This business will qualify for an SBA loan, but the buyer must have at least $1,000,0000 of their OWN liquid funds available to put down. Real Estate Sale: We are also selling the 6 acres of real estate including over 66,000 SF of a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility and office space. We are selling real estate for FMV or approx. $5,000,000 - $5,500,000. YOU MUST see the 45-minute video interview with the owner as well as a full facility walk-through in the data room above. Although the business has been run by employees from the start, the seller will stay on for 3-4 months (or however long the buyer wants) to ensure a smooth and orderly transfer of the entire company operations to the new owner and provide a solid blueprint and assistance for fast growth going forward. Critical Points to Understand: We manufacture high quality, durable cubic utilization equipment to suit most storage needs. Our main product lines are “Q Shelf” rivet shelving, “Q Rack” teardrop style pallet rack, and “Q Mezzanines” free standing storage platforms. We will use our Q Shelf and Q Rack products to design and support full mat mezzanines, elevated access walkways, and pick modules. We manufacture these products and systems in our 60,000 SF facility in Denver, Colorado. We have over $3,000,000 (cost) of solid manufacturing equipment that is included in the sale. The facility is very well laid-out and we have everything in place to produce over $12,000,000 – $16,000,000 in sales. The new owner needs nothing new to triple the sales, just more people and more materials. Financial Performance: Gross Sales and Cash Flow Declined Between 2015-2017 Due to “NO” Proactive Sales and Marketing Efforts: 2013 operating income was $1,160,360 (+Deprec. $52,055) on sales of $7,141,522 2014 operating income was $922,009 (+ Deprec. $63,567) on sales of $7,104,224 2015 operating income was $954,366 (+ Deprec. $71,914) on sales of $8,151,790 2016 operating income was $97,318 (+ Deprec. $86,069) on sales of $4,875,139 2017 operating LOSS was $288,056 on sales of $3,993,923 It should be very clear by looking at the figures above that the net income plus depreciation has been approximately $1 million to over $1.2 million on sales of $7.1 million to 8.2 million between 2013 and 2015. Gross sales fell to $4.9 million in 2016 and approximately $4 million in 2017. Notice that although sales fell by approximately 50% operating income fell substantially greater, as a percentage. In fact, in 2017 the business suffered a loss of approximately $400,000. It has been long known in this business and similar industries, that the business needs to gross about $6 million in sales to turn a decent profit and closer to $7 – $8 million in gross sales to generate about $1 million of net income. Simply put, this industry involves a great amount of overhead because of the large manufacturing facility, utilities, and employee base. Once the business begins to gross $8 – $10 million or more, a substantially greater portion of the incremental sales will fall to the bottom line as fixed costs are covered, and the primary variable costs such as raw materials and additional labor is relatively negligible. It is estimated that if the new owner got in there and increased gross sales by 50% above the 2014 high of $8.1 million, the business could cash flow over $3 million on sales of $12 million. The Fall in Sales the Past 3 Years: There are several reasons for the fall in sales from over $8,200,000 in 2015, down to $4,000,000 in 2017. First, up until now, we have only had 2 outside sales reps responsible for all our sales. Knowing each sales rep maxes-out at about $3,000,000/yr. in sales, we have always been stuck in the $7,000,000-$8,000,000 range because we never took the time (effort) to hire 2-3 new sales reps. Second, it is critical to understand that a business that is 100% absentee-owned will never perform nearly as well as one where there is an on-site owner watching the business and pushing it every day in sales, marketing, and business development. Also, the sales manager, retired last September (2017) after working 36 years in the company, he was 68 years old. Although he was a good and long-standing employee of the company, he never did push the small sales team of 2 reps much at all. (In fact, he was 1 of the 2 outside sales reps.) It is important to understand that in 2015 we considered selling the business, and he likely pulled back sales efforts. The two owners of the business, ages 69 and 79 respectively, have always been completely passive and never pushed the manager to grow the business, certainly after it fell in 2015-2016. It’s typical that when you’re going to sell your business, you tend not to work hard to procure new customers, especially when there is about a 12-month lag time between meeting customers and getting orders. In addition to the manager not pushing for new sales in 2016, the business lost several key customers including Dicks, Cabela’s Sporting Goods and Target. It is important to understand at this point that sales manager made a critical error of having too much of the sales connected to retail. Companies like Cabela’s, Dicks, Target and other retailers need material handling storage for their products in the retail outlets, however, this segment of the market ebbs and flows sharply. In our industry, the other segments of the market which should have been hot over the last 10 years is warehousing, manufacturing, and other material handling companies/operations. In hindsight, we should have been selling our racking, shelving and all other products we manufacture, to the enormous growth that has been taking place in wholesale distribution centers, warehousing, and small and large manufacturing facilities. More now than ever, they need to vertically-store finished products and other materials until they’re shipped on. The owner has also recently stated that another reason that nobody invested the energy to grow the sales is because they felt if the business were to be sold, the new owner would come in and determine which segments they wanted to push into and hire a new young, and more aggressive sales manager to pursue those markets. Again, bad planning and thus the 2016-2017 drop-off. Although the seller is completely removed from the business, it is very clear that a new motivated on-site owner-operator could get the business to over $10 million in annual sales within 2 to 3 years and cash flow at least $2 – $2.5 million, especially given that the business has no debt at all, and a very strong financial position. More good news, the company recently hired a very strong and experienced new sales rep who has a strong name and 15 years selling to the exact customers in our industry that we need to be targeting. He is very solid in selling to larger management distribution handling companies, i.e., warehouses, wholesale distributors, and manufacturers. This new rep should bring us at least $1,500,000 in the next 12 months, with at least $700,000 per year of that with a large national auto parts company that is expanding swiftly. This new sales employee has a long-standing relationship with this company and is confident that he can bring these annual sales figures in within the next 6 months or so. In addition to this sales rep bringing $700,000/yr. in sales from this source, we are confident that he can bring in at least another $1,000,000 in annual sales from other customers he has been selling to for the last 15+ years starting 2-3 years out. It should be made clear here that the average salesperson in our industry should bring in about $3 million year in sales. If new owner hires just 2 more new sales people within the next 6 months, we could likely get sales over $10,000,000/yr. starting 2019. We have always known that there are 1,000’s upon 1,000’s of new and existing customers that our 2 current reps and new reps could be calling on starting immediately, we just need someone to come in here and motivate and lead them. This has been something we never really had, at least in the last 4-5 years to speak of. To Summarize Our Biggest Mistakes and Path Going Forward: It’s critical to understand that during the last 10 years we became heavily reliant on the retail market which provides our products to retail facilities such as Cabela’s, Dicks and Target. The biggest mistake we ever made was keeping all our eggs in that basket and not taking some of the enormous profits from 2012 to 2015 and directing those profits into hiring a few new sales people and getting more distributors to sell Material Handling Equipment (MHE). If we did this, we would not have suffered a downturn in 2016 and 2017. Also, over the last 2 years sales fell largely because we reduced volume to our largest account, Cabela’s. We have already made efforts to shift into selling MHE through more distributors, but the new owner should put great emphasis in pushing into less more steady markets such as warehouses, wholesale distributors, and manufacturers. Going forward, the new owner should grow this area greatly which will not only produce much better margins, but also diversify our customer base away from relying on retail sales. What Makes Us Unique (Our Hook): Our design and production capabilities combined with our years of experience allow us to stand apart from other manufacturers who manufacture and install canned, off-the-shelf systems. Our customer base depends on our expertise and work ethic to design, manufacture and ship high quality storage products. With our customers’ projects across the US and Canada, we can provide our materials timely to meet critical deadlines and installation timelines. We provide “canned, generic, off-the-shelf AND Custom Systems: The key to our success (our hook) that our competitors don’t have because they provide “canned, off-the-shelf” systems that don’t fit every facility. We can design and build systems and solutions for any facility. Because we design systems tailored to the customer, we often compete against no one and thus we enjoy much higher margins vs. commoditized products. Also, because we custom design most systems for customers, we get ‘close to’ and build a relationship with the customer throughout the process and demonstrate a great expertise. This way when the time comes to write the order, they are unlikely to shop-it with another company. In fact, our close rate for customers that we design very high. We can manufacture virtually any storage and catwalk products for storage including: Rivet Shelving, Industrial Shelving, Bulk Shelving, Steel Shelving, Boltless Shelving, Record Storage Shelving, Selective Rack, Drive-In/Drive-Through Rack, Pushback Rack, Flow Rack, 3-Level Elevated Walkway System, Multilevel Pick Module, Rack Supported Storage Platform, Storage Platform, Lower Level – Supported Walkway System and Full Mat Storage Platform Installation. Another Area of Great Weakness: “We have not changed anything in our administrative or sales and marketing efforts in over 30 years”, says the owner. We have not at all made changes or really grew with the times, another downfall of being an absentee-owned company. Our manufacturing procedures and equipment are good, we have that down to a science, but all other “business” part of the company such and admin, sales, marketing, business development strategies, web-presence, etc. is still stuck back in the 1980s. Not only have we not changed much in the past 30 years, we have not even attempted to raise our prices or cut our costs in the past 10 years. It was once said, “it costs nothing to raise your prices, it all falls to the bottom line, so do it whenever you can”. In retrospect, while everyone else has been riding the economic wave and raising prices, and getting their business more efficient, we have done nothing in these areas. A new owner who is more hands-on can make immediate and dramatic improvements here. In fact, the owner recently had a full review of our operation conducted by an experienced industry professional who advises the Material Handling Manufacturing Industry on improving operations and can bring a wealth of knowledge and some great changes to our company immediately if the new owner is open to them. Please see the extensive 4-page detail on his short and long-term suggestions in order of importance and fasted return on effort/monies invested, as well as the 1-page letter from the owner covering more details. We have never had any significant web-presence and have done nothing to really get the name out there or brand the company. The seller is clear that there is a whole world out there of web-based sales where we could be selling the off-the-shelf-type products on a mass basis to many applications, but we haven’t taken 1 step in this area. Another thing we are maybe doing wrong is that we have never charged any upfront fees for designing or customizing systems for our customers. Oftentimes we fly out to a facility for a customer take measurements and consult with them, and then come back to the main office and spend a great deal of time designing a proposed system. Sometimes we do all that work, which can cost $5,000 or more, and a great deal of time invested, and in the end the customer may not buy the system. Occasionally they may even have a competitor build the system we designed for a cheaper price. We need to change this practice by charging an upfront fee of $5,000 or more to at least cover our costs and pay for some of the time associated with designing the proposed system. It is the owner’s opinion that people would not balk at paying perhaps $2,000 – $5,000 up front and it would weed out the lookie-loos just shopping us. It has been long known that people often “follow their money” when making ultimate spending decisions. However, it would only be practical to charge these upfront fees to direct customers, not existing material handing sales firms. We Can Use a New Racking Line to Cut Costs Dramatically: This will be the case, especially to grow above $12,000,000 in sales. This purchase is a no-brainer the seller says. See video for details on this. 2018 Is Looking Up Quite a Bit: 2018 gross sales have started out much better than this time last year, and with the recent sale rep brought on board, we think we have started to turn the corner. The New Owner Needs to Buy the Real Estate: Please see the video which details the entire 66,000 ft.² building on 6 acres which includes inability to greatly expand the manufacturing facility by building 1 or more buildings on the extra acreage. The seller is not interested in leasing the property since 1 of the passive partners is 79 years old and wants to cash out. They are a little flexible on the price for the real estate and will sell it for fair market value based upon comps which again, is it least $5,000,000. The real estate and building fits the business like a glove for many reasons given the hundreds of thousands of dollars that have been invested in facility upgrades for utilities, electrical and overall infrastructure. In short, it took many years to position the equipment and set up the operations to maximize efficiency and minimize waste and steps between procedures to finalize products. Finally, it would be better to pay yourself a rent vs. the current owner, and this way you can enjoy the continued appreciation of the property going forward in a fast-growing area. In fact, the area has grown steadily over the last 30-40 years and is projected to continue to grow swiftly over the next 10 to 15 years given forecasts. Other facts: -85% of sales are through distributors and the other 15% is sold directly. -We have not manufactured or gone after the largest customers such as Wal-Mart, Amazon, Target, etc. These tend to be large generic systems that are more competitively-priced and have lower margins. Again, we prefer the niche we carved for small-to-mid-sized companies who need design-build custom solutions, better margins here. One of the 2 main owners visit the operation just 1-2 hours per week, the other owner never comes in. There Are No Negative Disclosable Items: The seller will give full and solid representations and warranties of the company’s overall standing with customers and suppliers etc. There are “no ghosts in this closet”! As stated above, we have NOT had 1 complaint for work completed that we did not fix, and we have never failed on a job in any respect. When something has gone wrong in the past or wasn’t done correctly, we have fixed it on our watch and our dime. 100% of our customers have been satisfied. We have had no legal battles or lawsuits or pending violations of any sort. We have no OSHA violations and we have always had an excellent safety record with virtually no injuries for at least the past 7-10 years. We take worker safety very seriously and the seller is 100% committed to sign for Reps and Warrantees that provides for a solid protection of the buyer in these areas. Company website: http://www.teilhaber.com/ Please email if you have any specific question(s), path forward, or have potential interest in a phone all or face-to-face meeting with the owner/seller. The Big Picture: The Front Range, Colorado is fastest growing city in the US. Denver is going CRAZY! Simply put, Denver and the entire Front Range of Colorado is nothing short of the fastest-growing areas in the US. The macro story for construction and overall growth is extraordinary and has been this way for the past 5 decades. Ever during the 2008-2011 recession, Denver fell, but it didn’t fall as hard as most of the US and in the past 3-5 years had exploded forward faster than almost every other major city in the US.

100% Absentee-owned, $3.2M in Assets Debt Free, Cash Flows $1M on $8M.
$3,500,000Cash Flow: $975,000Seller Financing
100% Absentee-owned, $3.2M in Assets Debt Free, Cash Flows $1M on $8M.

Denver, CO

Seller will carry up to 60% of the $3,500,000 sales price. Located in South Metro Denver. We Manufacture and Sell Large Cubic Utilization Equipment, Racking, and Shelving for Warehouses, Retailers, and Manufacturers all over the US and Canada to Maximize Their Storage Space. (Since 1977). The Sales Price of the company is $4,300,000 but the seller will carry $1,800,000 of the $4,300,000 for a qualified buyer and will consider an “earn-out” for a portion of the sales price based upon gross sales performance going forward. This business will qualify for an SBA loan, but the buyer must have at least $1,000,0000 of their OWN liquid funds available to put down. Real Estate Sale: We are also selling the 6 acres of real estate including over 66,000 SF of a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility and office space. We are selling real estate for FMV or approx. $5,000,000 - $5,500,000. YOU MUST see the 45-minute video interview with the owner as well as a full facility walk-through in the data room above. The sale includes approximately $100,000 in cash, approximately $475,000 in accounts receivables, $740,000 in current inventory, and $1,700,000 in assets (QSV), (original cost was over $2,750,000), vehicles, and great equipment to perform all manufacturing. The seller will “guarantee” the collection of the AR for the buyer. The company and the assets will transfer to the new owner at the closing COMPLETELY DEBT FREE, including accounts payables being paid off at closing. This totals about $3,100,000 in NET assets. Please see the comprehensive list of all vehicles, equipment, and values for each piece in the data room below, which also contains the last 5 years of company financials and tax returns etc. The seller seeks $2,500,000 down at closing for $3,100,000 in assets debt free, and will carry $1,800,000 through a promissory note and "earn-out". The seller will stay on for 3-4 months (or however long the buyer wants) to ensure a smooth and orderly transfer of the entire company operations to the new owner and provide a solid blueprint and assistance for fast growth going forward. Critical Points to Understand: 100% Absentee-Owned – An On-Site Owner Can Do Much Better. The business has always been 100% absentee-owned, since 1977. In fact, the owner has worked full time at another company nearby. However, starting just this month, he is going in to work for us part time to help out. We have 23 great and loyal employees that run all day-to-day operations, but a business will NEVER be “pushed” unless there is an on-site owner. Absentee-owned businesses will never run optimally or as efficient as one where the owner in pushing it. In fact, in 2013 we cash-flowed over 1,200,000 on sale of $7,141,522, but no one was in there to push sales and marketing efforts when they fell in 2015-2017. This is all we need now. What We Manufacture and For Who: As you would imagine, large warehouses, distribution centers and manufacturing facilities need to store large quantities of products that are held either for short or long periods of time until they are shipped out. These warehousing, distribution and manufacturing facilities have between 10,000 – 1,000,000 square feet (or even 2MM-3MM SF in the case of Amazon, Walmart, of HD-type facilities) of storage space needed to hold products for a period. Holding as much product as possible is often critical for all these locations and is call “cubic utilization/maximization”. To squeeze square-footage in todays’ warehousing, distribution, and manufacturing locations, companies need to go “vertical”, now, more than ever to get the most product stored. This is where we come in. We manufacture high quality, durable cubic utilization equipment to suit most storage needs. Our main product lines are “Q Shelf” rivet shelving, “Q Rack” teardrop style pallet rack, and “Q Mezzanines” free standing storage platforms. We will use our Q Shelf and Q Rack products to design and support full mat mezzanines, elevated access walkways, and pick modules. Just a few examples below. We manufacture these products and systems in our 60,000 SF facility in Denver, Colorado. We have over $3,000,000 (cost) good manufacturing equipment that is included in the sale. The facility is very well laid-out and we have everything in place to produce over $12,000,000 - $1620,000,000 in sales. The new owner needs nothing new to triple the sales, just more people and more materials. Financial Performance: Gross Sales and Cash Flow Declined Between 2015-2017 Due to “NO” Proactive Sales and Marketing Efforts: 2013 operating income was $1,160,360 (+Deprec. $52,055) on sales of $7,141,522 2014 operating income was $922,009 (+ Deprec. $63,567) on sales of $7,104,224 2015 operating income was $954,366 (+ Deprec. $71,914) on sales of $8,151,790 2016 operating income was $97,318 (+ Deprec. $86,069) on sales of $4,875,139 2017 operating LOSS was $288,056 on sales of $3,993,923 (See all company financials prepared by CPA who has been with us for over 20 years.) It should be very clear by looking at the figures above that the net income plus depreciation has been approximately $1 million to over $1.2 million on sales of $7.1 million to 8.2 million between 2013 and 2015. Gross sales fell to $4.9 million in 2016 and approximately $4.2 million in 2017. Notice that although sales fell by approximately 50% operating income fell substantially greater, as a percentage. In fact, in 2017 the business suffered a loss of approximately $400,000. It has been long known in this business and similar industries, that the business needs to gross about $6 million in sales to turn a decent profit and closer to $7 - $8 million in gross sales to generate about $1 million of net income. Simply put, this industry involves a great amount of overhead because of the large manufacturing facility, utilities, and employee base. Once the business begins to gross $8 - $10 million or more, a substantially greater portion of the incremental sales will fall to the bottom line as fixed costs are covered, and the primary variable costs such as raw materials and additional labor are relatively negligible. It is estimated that if the new owner got in there and increased gross sales by 50% above the 2014 high of $8.1 million, the business could cash flow over $3 million on sales of $12 million. The Drop in Sales the Past 3 Years: There are several reasons for the fall in sales from over $8,200,000 in 2015, down to $4,000,000 in 2017. First, up until now, we have only had 2 outside sales reps responsible for all our sales. Knowing each sales rep maxes-out at about $3,000,000/yr. in sales, we have always been stuck in the $7,000,000-$8,000,000 range because we never took the time (effort) to hire 2-3 new sales reps. Second, it is critical to understand that a business that is 100% absentee-owned will never perform nearly as well as one where there is an on-site owner watching the business and pushing it every day in sales, marketing, and business development. Also, the sales manager, retired last year after working 36 years in the company, he was 68 years old. Although he was a good and long-standing employee of the company, he never did push the small sales team of 2 reps much at all. (In fact, he was 1 of the 2 outside sales reps.) It is important to understand that in 2015 we considered selling the business, and he likely pulled back sales efforts. The two owners of the business, have always been completely passive and never pushed the manager to grow the business, certainly after it fell in 2015-2016. It’s typical that when you’re going to sell your business, you tend not to work hard to procure new customers, especially when there is about a 12-month lag time between meeting customers and getting orders. In addition to not pushing for new sales in 2016, the business lost several key customers including 3 large retailers. It is important to understand at this point that sales manager made a critical error of having too much of the sales connected to retail. Companies like the 3 customers and other retailers need material handling storage for their products in the retail outlets, however, this segment of the market ebbs and flows sharply. In our industry, the other segments of the market which should have been hot over the last 10 years is warehousing, manufacturing, and other material handling companies/operations. In hindsight, we should have been selling our racking, shelving and all other products we manufacture, to the enormous growth that has been taking place in wholesale distribution centers, warehousing, and small and large manufacturing facilities. More now than ever, they need to vertically-store finished products and other materials until they’re shipped on. The owner has also recently stated that another reason that nobody invested the energy to grow the sales is because they felt if the business were to be sold, the new owner would come in and determine which segments they wanted to push into and hire a new young, and more aggressive sales manager to pursue those markets. Again, bad planning and thus the 2016-2017 drop-off. Although the seller is completely removed from the business, it is very clear that a new motivated on-site owner-operator could get the business to over $10 million in annual sales within 2 to 3 years and cash flow at least $2 - $2.5 million, especially given that the business has no debt at all, and a very strong financial position. More good news, the company recently hired a very strong and experienced new sales rep who has a strong name and 15 years selling to the exact customers in our industry that we need to be targeting. He is very solid in selling to larger management distribution handling companies, i.e., warehouses, wholesale distributors, and manufacturers. This new rep should bring us at least $1,500,000 in the next 12 months, with at least $700,000 per year of that with a large national auto parts company that is expanding swiftly. This new sales employee has a long-standing relationship with this company and is confident that he can bring these annual sales figures in within the next 6 months or so. In addition to this sales rep bringing $700,000/yr. in sales from this source, we are confident that he can bring in at least another $1,000,000 in annual sales from other customers he has been selling to for the last 15+ years starting 2-3 years out. It should be made clear here that the average salesperson in our industry should bring in about $3 million a year in sales. If the new owner hires just 2 more new salespeople within the next 6 months, we could likely get sales over $10,000,000/yr. starting 2019. We have always known that there are 1,000’s upon 1,000’s of new and existing customers that our 2 current reps and new reps could be calling on starting immediately, we just need someone to come in here and motivate and lead them. This has been something we never really had, at least in the last 4-5 years to speak of. To Summarize Our Biggest Mistakes and Path Going Forward: It’s critical to understand that during the last 10 years we became heavily reliant on the retail market which provides our products to retail facilities such as Cabela’s, Dicks and Target. The biggest mistake we ever made was keeping all our eggs in that basket and not taking some of the enormous profits from 2012 to 2015 and directing those profits into hiring a few new salespeople and getting more distributors to sell Material Handling Equipment (MHE). If we did this, we would not have suffered a downturn in 2016 and 2017. Also, over the last 2 years sales fell largely because we reduced the volume to our largest account. We have already made efforts to shift into selling MHE through more distributors, but the new owner should put great emphasis on pushing into less more steady markets such as warehouses, wholesale distributors, and manufacturers. Going forward, the new owner should grow this area greatly which will not only produce much better margins but also diversify our customer base away from relying on retail sales. What Makes Us Unique (Our Hook): Our design and production capabilities combined with our years of experience allow us to stand apart from other manufacturers who manufacture and install canned, off-the-shelf systems. Our customer base depends on our expertise and work ethic to design, manufacture and ship high quality storage products. With our customers’ projects across the US and Canada, we can provide our materials timely to meet critical deadlines and installation timelines. We provide “canned, generic, off-the-shelf AND Custom Systems: The key to our success (our hook) that our competitors don’t have because they provide “canned, off-the-shelf” systems that don’t fit every facility. We can design and build systems and solutions for any facility. Because we design systems tailored to the customer, we often compete against no one and thus we enjoy much higher margins vs. commoditized products. Also, because we custom design most systems for customers, we get ‘close to’ and build a relationship with the customer throughout the process and demonstrate a great expertise. This way when the time comes to write the order, they are unlikely to shop-it with another company. In fact, our close rate for customers that we design very high. We can manufacture virtually any storage and catwalk products for storage including: Rivet Shelving, Industrial Shelving, Bulk Shelving, Steel Shelving, Boltless Shelving, Record Storage Shelving, Selective Rack, Drive-In/Drive-Through Rack, Pushback Rack, Flow Rack, 3-Level Elevated Walkway System, Multilevel Pick Module, Rack Supported Storage Platform, Storage Platform, Lower Level - Supported Walkway System and Full Mat Storage Platform Installation. Another Area of Great Weakness: We have not changed anything in our administrative or sales and marketing efforts in over 30 years, says the owner. We have not at all made changes or really grew with the times, another downfall of being an absentee-owned company. Our manufacturing procedures and equipment are good, we have that down to a science, but all other “business” part of the company such and admin, sales, marketing, business development strategies, web-presence, etc. is still stuck back in the 1980s. Not only have we not changed much in the past 30 years, we have not even attempted to raise our prices or cut our costs in the past 10 years, other than increases due to steel costs going up. It was once said, “it costs nothing to raise your prices, it all falls to the bottom line, so do it whenever you can”. In retrospect, while everyone else has been riding the economic wave and raising prices, and getting their business more efficient, we have done nothing in these areas. A new owner who is more hands-on can make immediate and dramatic improvements here. In fact, the owner recently had a full review of our operation conducted by an experienced industry professional who advises the Material Handling Manufacturing Industry on improving operations and can bring a wealth of knowledge and some great changes to our company immediately if the new owner is open to them. Please see the extensive 4-page detail on his short and long-term suggestions in order of importance and fasted return on effort/monies invested, as well as the 1-page letter from the owner covering more details. We have never had any significant web-presence and have done nothing to really get the name out there or brand the company. The seller is clear that there is a whole world out there of web-based sales where we could be selling the off-the-shelf-type products on a mass basis to many applications, but we haven’t taken 1 step in this area. Another thing we are maybe doing wrong is that we have never charged any upfront fees for designing or customizing systems for our customers. Oftentimes we fly out to a facility for a customer take measurements and consult with them, and then come back to the main office and spend a great deal of time designing a proposed system. Sometimes we do all that work, which can cost $5,000 or more, and a great deal of time invested, and in the end the customer may not buy the system. Occasionally they may even have a competitor build the system we designed for a cheaper price. We need to change this practice by charging an upfront fee of $5,000 or more to at least cover our costs and pay for some of the time associated with designing the proposed system. It is the owner’s opinion that people would not balk at paying perhaps $2,000 - $5,000 up front and it would weed out the lookie-loos just shopping us. It has been long known that people often “follow their money” when making ultimate spending decisions. However, it would only be practical to charge these upfront fees to direct customers, not existing material handing sales firms. We Can Use a New Racking Line to Cut Costs Dramatically: This will be the case, especially to grow above $12,000,000 in sales. This purchase is a no-brainer the seller says. See video for details on this. 2018 Is Looking Up Quite a Bit: 2018 gross sales have started out much better than this time last year, and with the recent sale rep brought on board, we think we have started to turn the corner. The New Owner Needs to Buy the Real Estate: Please see the video which details the entire 66,000 ft.² building on 6 acres which includes inability to greatly expand the manufacturing facility by building 1 or more buildings on the extra acreage. The seller is not interested in leasing the property since 1 of the passive partners is 79 years old and wants to cash out. They are a little flexible on the price for the real estate and will sell it for fair market value based upon comps which again, is it least $5,000,000. The real estate and building fits the business like a glove for many reasons given the hundreds of thousands of dollars that have been invested in facility upgrades for utilities, electrical and overall infrastructure. In short, it took many years to position the equipment and set up the operations to maximize efficiency and minimize waste and steps between procedures to finalize products. Finally, it would be better to pay yourself a rent vs. the current owner, and this way you can enjoy the continued appreciation of the property going forward in a fast-growing area. In fact, the area has grown steadily over the last 30-40 years and is projected to continue to grow swiftly over the next 10 to 15 years given forecasts. Other facts: -85% of sales are through distributors and the other 15% is sold directly. -We have not manufactured or gone after the largest customers such as Wal-Mart, Amazon, Target, etc. These tend to be large generic systems that are more competitively-priced and have lower margins. Again, we prefer the niche we carved for small-to-mid-sized companies who need design-build custom solutions, better margins here. -One of the 2 main owners visit the operation just 1-2 hours per week, the other owner never comes in. There Are No Negative Disclosable Items: The seller will give full and solid representations and warranties of the company's overall standing with customers and suppliers etc. There are “no ghosts in this closet”! As stated above, we have NOT had 1 complaint for work completed that we did not fix, and we have never failed on a job in any respect. When something has gone wrong in the past or wasn't done correctly, we have fixed it on our watch and our dime. 100% of our customers have been satisfied. We have had no legal battles or lawsuits or pending violations of any sort. We have no OSHA violations and we have always had an excellent safety record with virtually no injuries for at least the past 7-10 years. We take worker safety very seriously and the seller is 100% committed to sign for Reps and Warrantees that provides for a solid protection of the buyer in these areas. Please email if you have any specific question(s), path forward, or have potential interest in a phone all or face-to-face meeting with the owner/seller. The Big Picture: The Front Range, Colorado is fastest growing city in the US. Denver is going CRAZY! Simply put, Denver and the entire Front Range of Colorado is nothing short of the fastest-growing areas in the US. The macro story for construction and overall growth is extraordinary and has been this way for the past 5 decades. Ever during the 2008-2011 recession, Denver fell, but it didn’t fall as hard as most of the US and in the past 3-5 years had exploded forward faster than almost every other major city in the US. Colorado is the best State in the country to own a business and is the "#1" fastest growing and strongest economies in the United States, per Money.MSN and Business Insider in September 2014 article. This article ranks all 50 states by eight economic measures including GDP growth, housing prices, job creation and exports. Also, Area Developers Magazine ranked Denver the #1 growth opportunity in the country in 2015-2017.

Landscape Design & Construction with Double-Digit Growth-Denver Metro
$949,000Cash Flow: $257,000
Landscape Design & Construction with Double-Digit Growth-Denver Metro

Denver, CO

Incredible Service Business in Colorado Front-Range that is engaging, creative and rewarding to own! Strong Revenue & Earnings History, visible in professionally managed Income and Tax documents. This business has a very well established history and presence in this growing metro market. In 2015 - 2017 they've achieved growth of +18%, +10%, +27%! The company has built a strong Brand through creative design, detailed execution of award-winning projects! A wide range of materials, designs and techniques are used to create unique projects that thrill their clients. Employee team is well established and trained, including designers, installers, and managers. Business is seasonal, with most of the Revenues generated March - November (great opp. to travel Nov-January!). Extensive Capital Assets include specialty equipment, vehicles & trailers with a market-value in excess of $325,000!. Great Opportunity for a Business Manager, Sales Professional, Operational Specialist.

Auto Repair Shop - Denver - $400K Cash Flow
$1,400,000Cash Flow: $392,519Seller Financing
Auto Repair Shop - Denver - $400K Cash Flow

Denver, CO

1) Profitable, Turn-Key Auto Shop in Northern Denver Yield fantastic returns at an auto shop in a centralized and upscale neighborhood. The location, staff, and garage are keys to the garage’s reputation and success. The current owner’s salary is approximately $400,000 per year. 2) A Rare Opportunity to Own a Respected Garage Fleet managers, car enthusiasts, and locals trust this shop because it offers quality service with integrity. Reviewers on sites like Yelp and Google overwhelmingly give it five stars. The business retains high-quality employees because of the compensation package and the superior working conditions. 3) Ideal Location The shop sits on a major thoroughfare through Metro Denver. The central location makes it convenient for fleet maintenance and repairs. The shop is in a B2 zone, a neighborhood business district. Many residents have multiple vehicles. 4) Large Parking Lot and Upgraded Shop The entire lot is twenty thousand square feet and the building is about 8,000 square feet. The building has a solid structure and foundation. Clients enter a welcoming waiting area. The waiting area at the front is about 600 square feet, which includes a spacious office and a newly renovated, ADA-compliant bathroom. The large parking lot gives the manager to the flexibility to handle a higher volume of cars than most shops. It is also convenient for customers. The garage is equipped for a wide variety of services and vehicles. It offers spectacular versatility with eleven standard-size bays, plus a “castle bay.” The castle bay, with a high ceiling of twenty feet, is the perfect solution for working on small school buses, utility vans, semi-trucks, and RVs. The entire garage floor has an epoxy flooring for easy cleaning. The newly upgraded lighting includes T-8 High-Output fluorescent bulbs to help mechanics find small cracks. 5) Included Assets: - All real-estate, including an 8,000 square foot building and a parking lot with space for 35 cars - Twelve bays, including ten standard sized bays with lifts, one flat bay, and a castle bay - All large machines and small tools - Eleven lifts total 4 lifts with a 9,000lb. capacity, 5 lifts with a 10,000lb capacity, and two with 12,000lb capacity - Extra revenue from a passive source of $3,000 per year - Five full-time, experienced employees paid on a salary basis, including four technicians and a manager. - Book of business from over fifteen years of operation, including several fleet accounts - Three “loaner” cars - Stellar reputation 6) Potential for Growth Despite the already considerable cash flow, a new owner could dramatically increase revenue in several ways. The shop only operates Monday through Friday. Opening the shop during the weekend could increase business by fifteen to thirty percent. The current owner occupies one of the bays for his personal use. The underutilized bay could yield another twenty percent in revenue. The business model recently added fleet services and currently accounts for less than ten percent of the business. Increasing the fleet services could yield another thirty percent of revenue. A new owner could further increase sales through marketing and advertising. 7) Ideal Buyer The ideal buyer is a car enthusiast, mechanic, or shop owner who recognizes a great business opportunity.

Urban Cafe Denver - North West
$250,000Cash Flow: $48,000Seller Financing
Urban Cafe Denver - North West

Denver, CO

The Opportunity Become the next “Top Chef” and the owner of a landmark eatery. A Sound Investment Absentee owner annual salary is $48,000. Owner Operator annual salary could be more than $90,000. Business travelers, neighborhood regulars, and destination diners come to this delicious breakfast and lunch spot for its welcoming atmosphere and outstanding food and drinks. Visitors, including tourists, is a growing demographic for this location. The cafe has nearly 600 online reviews across various platforms including Google, GrubHub, TripAdvisor, Facebook, and Yelp, with the average ranging up to four and a half stars. The current owners spent thirteen years building a thriving business, but now wish to retire. Are you ready to take it to the next level of success? Famous Menu Popular local publications, like 5280 and the Denver Post, give rave reviews about the brunch cocktails, fresh food and premium coffee beverages. The Denver Post ranked one brunch cocktail as number one in Denver for its category. The menu includes breakfast, brunch, and lunch with egg dishes, hashes, grits, sandwiches, signature salads and soups. Specialty cereal dishes, granola, and fresh fruit combinations provide healthy and vegan options. Great Location, Location, Location! The restaurant sits in a beautifully renovated historic building with mixed residential and commercial usage. The location is a preeminent corner location in the city, inviting an abundance of both car and foot traffic. There is also a bus stop half of a block away. The area has mixed urban zoning with low-rise apartments, houses, and boutique shops and restaurants. The downtown hub is only minutes away and includes stadiums, universities, and museums. The current owners prefer to lease the real estate but will consider selling it. Well-developed Space The restaurant is 990 square feet. The back of the house includes a full commercial kitchen, with ample workspace for several cooks to cooperate efficiently. The front of the house is tastefully decorated and includes a European style bar for serving alcoholic beverages, smoothies, and espresso drinks. The orientation of the dining area provides a perfect blend of morning sun and afternoon shade. The dining room gets natural ambient light from the southeast all day, while the patio is shaded from the afternoon sun. This inside dining area has 10 tables and six bar seats. The charming outdoor patio has another eight tables with space for 16 guests. Included Assets: -Well- maintained, commercial grade coffee and kitchen equipment -Valid liquor license - All “blue sky” assets such as logo, recipes, systems, name, vendor relationships etc. -Excellent reputation -Well-trained and experienced cooks, baristas, and other staff. -Everything needed to operate efficiently the day-to-day hustle and the bustle of a café. The Potential for Higher Revenue By adjusting the menu, operating hours, and increasing alcohol sales, new owners could significantly increase cash flow. A new owner could decrease discretionary operating costs. A third party accountant completed a thorough valuation, so prospective investors will understand liabilities, cash flow, profit margins, and growth opportunities. Support and Training Owners are willing to assist new ownership with the transition (up to 6 months), which would include training and consultation services. A Catalyst for Improvement The owners were some of the first to recognize, and invest in, the revitalization of North West Denver. For almost fifteen years, this café contributed to the success of the area. While maintaining their roots, the café continued to adapt to the current tastes of Denver urbanites. The neighborhood continues to flourish and attract new investors and upscale residences. In fact, the community is becoming a culinary destination among foodies. The Ideal Buyer The ideal buyer would have significant urban restaurant experience. Buyers with restaurant and/or cooking experience may be able to increase profits by reducing labor costs.

Vending Machine Business For Sale
$135,000Cash Flow: $45,000
Vending Machine Business For Sale

Denver, CO

An established vending machine business is for sale in the Denver Metro. This business acquisition is a great opportunity to serve as your own boss and attain immediate cash flow! The options for growth are unlimited with the high amount of commercial real estate development across Colorado. Inquire for more information.

Medical OPC Licensed Grow Business with Great Dispensary Location for
$3,000,000Seller Financing
Medical OPC Licensed Grow Business with Great Dispensary Location for

Denver, CO

Medical OPC Licensed Grow Business with Great Dispensary Location for Sale. Grow warehouse, 9,835 Sqft. plus, mezzanine on 24,500 Sqft. lot, with room to expand operation. Grow warehouse with grow business and lease hold on fantastic dispensary location offered as package deal with Med grow and Dispensary licenses. Warehouse produces 200 plus Lbs. per month with approximately 200 double end lights in a fantastic facility! Warehouse can be purchase separately from business, on a lease back at $1,300,000. Call Listing Broker for business pricing and details or possible lease back real estate only purchase. Confidentiality Agreement Required For Business Financial Information.

Convenience Store with Fuel - Excellent Location
$975,000Cash Flow: $336,055
Convenience Store with Fuel - Excellent Location

Denver, CO

Great timing and opportunity to buy this convenience store, including independent deli and grocery, with fuel station. Business has been operating in this location since 2002, but was established at another location in the 1970’s, so has a long successful history. Real estate is also available if buyer is interested. Located near a very heavily traveled interstate intersection; main roadway slated for future widening. Ten year agreement in place with fuel provider, and the 6 fuel pumps were purchased new in 2017. Building has new roof as of a year ago and HVAC equipment new as of July 2017. Strong cash flow for owner/operator with significant opportunity for growth. Convenience store due for updating, which would further drive sales growth. Three underground fuel tanks are single-walled with fiberglass reinforcement. This is an opportunity with great potential, and the 2.5 acre lot is oversized, allowing for future

Growing Roofing Company for sale - Cash Flow $1.2M Wow!
$2,600,000Cash Flow: $900,000Seller Financing
Growing Roofing Company for sale - Cash Flow $1.2M Wow!

Denver, CO

Money through the roof (literally): The Opportunity to buy a successful, thriving roofing company has arrived. The Potential: The company has grown 17% annually for the last four years. It has several large and small contracts lined up for the near future, guaranteeing a revenue stream. It has a customer base of over 7,500, comprised of builders, contractors, and homeowners. In 2016 it had a seller’s discretionary cash flow (CF) of $1.2M. This company gets requests for more bids than it currently has the capacity to fulfill. A new owner could easily grow the company and increase profits by hiring more roofing teams. As the owner of the company, you will get: 1) A Reliable and Skilled Labor Force The production manager has been with the company 14 years and in the roofing industry 25 years. He is skilled at all levels of operations including estimating, dispatch, project management, reading blueprints and more. The 3 roofing specialists have between 13 and 26 years of experience. They work as field superintendents, handling everything from estimating to following safety protocol. The company has enough experienced roofers to make 6-8 roofing crews, depending on the season and the scope of the jobs. The roofing crews are reliable, trustworthy tradespeople, accustomed to being held to the highest standards in the industry. The office staff take responsibility for the bookkeeping, customer service, and general operations. 2) An Impeccable Professional Reputation People in the construction industry and affiliated industries continue to hire and recommend this roofing company. As a member of several professional organizations, the company’s solid reputation is one of its key assets. Customer service isn’t just a word; it is what the company does when something doesn’t go as planned. This company never leaves until the client is satisfied. 3) Continuing Revenue Stream Production builders and custom home-builders alike know to use and refer this roofing company. As a result, a bulk of their business comes from referrals and repeat customers. The company has several jobs “in the pipeline.” 4) A Strong Online Presence and Reputation It has over 60 stellar reviews on such sites as Yelp and Google, and on several referral sites. Their ratings range from 4 ½ stars to 5 stars. They earned an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. They also have a strong presence on several referral sites. It has a professionally managed website and social media presence. 5) Assets The company has about $200,000 in equipment and another $100,000 in other assets. The building where the company operates is owned by the sellers. Their current net working capital is just under the $1 million mark. They are willing to negotiate separate terms for selling or leasing the real estate, if desired. The Background Story A booming construction business and high demand for replacement roofs in Denver created a space for many roofing companies in the local economy. Traditional roofing companies are small, locally-owned operations. Although companies vie for market-share, this company stands out from the pack because of its skill and reputation. As a result, it has grown steadily and it has potential for even greater growth under the right leadership. One of the partners learned the ropes of running a roofing company as an employee in the early 90s. After becoming a top estimator for the employer, the next goal was starting the path towards owning a roofing company. That was 17 years ago. The partners attribute their success to always leaving the customer satisfied with the timeliness and quality of the projects. This is evidenced with 98% of the clients, such as developers and general contractors. The company’s track record is their strongest sales tool. The owners built solid relationships with contractors and other key professionals in the industry. After years of nurturing this company they must sell it for personal reasons. They are looking for the next owner who is capable of running the company and maintaining quality. Are You Ready to Buy and Earn Cash Flow Today? It takes someone with sound business practices and integrity to build a roofing company into a thriving business with great cash flow. The current owners have done that and are ready to hand the baton off to the next owner. If you have the skills and desire to take the company to the next stage of development and profitability, call today! Ask to speak to Jay Spencer, Business Broker.


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