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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.

FIRE SALE! Mobile Auto Glass Co, Relocatable, Big Growth OppMUST SELL! Solid Name and Reputation, Well Established
$115,000Cash Flow: $104,000Seller Financing
FIRE SALE! Mobile Auto Glass Co, Relocatable, Big Growth OppMUST SELL! Solid Name and Reputation, Well Established

Denver, CO

MOBILE AUTO GLASS CO South Denver, CO but could eventually move anywhere in Denver Fire Sale! The Sales Price has been lowered from 250K to 115K because the owner is full time running his roofing business and doesn’t have time for this anymore. This is a business that has great upside potential in both earnings and value and has been recently neglected by the owner. It is worth more than $115K. He asked me to price it to get rid of it quickly. He still has his equipment and employees and the company is still busy doing work. The trailing 12 month earnings from August 1 2017 to July 31 2018 were 104,299. The 2016 earnings were 186,183 on 1,134,259 In revenues. This company is priced at 115K which is now priced just over 1 times the trailing 12 months earnings. There are several reasons why 2017 was a one-time disappointment. 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 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. 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 115K which was established by taking less than 1 times their 2016 earnings and only 1 1/8 times 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 115K with the owner willing to carry up to 35% of the purchase price. This will not qualify for a bank loan. This company 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 1,700–3,200 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. ______________________________________________________________________________________ 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.

B2B Service Business for Sale - Lender QualifiedAcquisition with Strong Growth Potential - Commercial, Home, & Car Services
$1,000,000Cash Flow: $408,162Seller Financing
B2B Service Business for Sale - Lender QualifiedAcquisition with Strong Growth Potential - Commercial, Home, & Car Services

Denver, CO

Commercial, residential, and automotive window company specializing in large windows and most other glass surfaces for businesses. Offers a wide variety of window tint and film options to meet each individual’s need for the home, business, or car. The Business has a strong reputation and has been in business for over twenty years. This acquisition holds strong growth potential for a buyer with sales or management experience due to increased construction and car travel in Colorado as more people move to the Denver Metro area. This business has been lender pre-qualified, so don't miss this opportunity to get over $400,000 in cash flow for only $200,000 down!

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.

Auto Body Repair Business for Sale
$850,000Cash Flow: $171,024
Auto Body Repair Business for Sale

Denver, CO

A market dominant, auto body repair shop specializing in hail and dent repair is for sale. This auto shop serves all vehicle types including large commercial vehicles. Recurring revenue streams have historically brought in strong cash flow. Business is well located in the heart of a downtown Denver industrial area minutes from the I-25 Corridor. Inquire for more information!

Full Service Automotive Repair shop for sale in Denver
$180,000Cash Flow: $74,354
Full Service Automotive Repair shop for sale in Denver

Denver, CO

This is an established general automotive repair shop with a loyal clientele. The seller has over 2800 customers in the database. The business has recurring income from multiple used car dealers in the Denver metro area. Technicians are long term employees (5+ years).

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.

Gas Station with Convenient Store In Denver
$75,000
Gas Station with Convenient Store In Denver

Denver County, CO

This convenience store with gas was previously operate as a Conoco station but is now two businesses one is the convenience store with gas and the other is a four bay auto repair center owned and operated by the owner of the land and building. The current rent is $1,060 per month total. Gasoline sales are approximately $1,000.00 per day with inside sales of around $500.00 per day.The business is great and operating very smoothly for someone who would like to step in and continue to build the business. This operation would be idea for a family run business. The location lends itself to being a community store and gas station on a busy street at a traffic light. The auto repair brings many customers to the site.

Auto Shop in Prime Location!
$465,000Cash Flow: $156,357
Auto Shop in Prime Location!

Denver, CO

Just look at the revenues! This established auto shop is a must see! So clean you can eat off the floors! Amazing location with great access. Huge building allows for great visibility. Loyal customers. A true treasure!! The numbers make sense, the location makes sense, the deal makes sense!! ONLY $465,000 for the business! Leased Real Estate: Consists of 2 buildings: 10,828 sq ft + 3,038 sq ft = 13,866 sq ft TOTAL Just over an acre of land


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