Madison County, NE Businesses For Sale

6Riverside ConvenienceRecently Updated C-Store and Gas Station
$419,000
Riverside ConvenienceRecently Updated C-Store and Gas Station

Norfolk, NE

TURNKEY OPERATING C-STORE AND LIQUOR STORE WITH PUMPS AND EXTRA BUILDING. Be your own boss. Completely updated c -store that is super clean and updated. All the pumps and systems have been brought up to current requirements. Pumps feature card readers. Sale comes complete with all owned equipment, pumps, signage, shelving, computer system etc. Inventory is extra and will be based upon current inventory on hand at the time of ownership transfer. Please no visiting the site without an appointment

Absentee Transportation with Contracts
$182,000 Cash Flow: $68,569 Seller Financing
Absentee Transportation with Contracts

Madison County, NE

3 locations and virtually no competition in northeast Nebraska make this absentee transportation and taxi company with contracts an ideal investment. Purchased by the current owner in 1997, the business has a cash flow of nearly $70,000. Contracts are in place for regular service, and only 20% of sales come from call-in cab rides. On staff is a manager to oversee the 14 drivers, who are paid a minimum wage with commissions. Virtually no competition exists in the area, as city transportation is inflexible, and there are no other taxi companies in town. Even so, growth exists by offering services to other nearby towns within a 2-hour radius. A buyer could also advertise services to rural areas. Furthermore, a buyer purchasing as owner-operator would see an immediate increase of nearly $40,000 in cash flow with the removal of the manager. Priced at $182,000, a buyer paying 10% down would profit $41,452 in the first year after debts. Gross Sales 2017: $535,846 2016: $459,938 2015: $459,211 Owner Profit/Cash Flow 2017: $68,569 2016: $69,493

25-Year-Old Commodities Brokerage
$3,400,000 Cash Flow: $788,515 Seller Financing
25-Year-Old Commodities Brokerage

Madison County, NE

This futures trading company earns a 52% profit margin. Located in Eastern Nebraska with 700 active clients across 30 states, 80% of contracts are grain or livestock based. Outside of these, futures trading comes from other traditional markets like currency, oil, precious metals and more. In business for over 25 years, the seller is looking to retire and will be leaving behind an additional book of 1,200 inactive clients for a new owner to take on and grow the company. A buyer looking to broker would need to obtain a Series 3 license administered by FINRA. The test is a straightforward 2 1/2-hour, multiple choice exam to secure a license. This can be achieved during the Due Diligence time period after an offer to purchase the business has been made, and can be taken in testing centers across Nebraska. A buyer not looking to broker would need to hire additional brokers to assist the 2 employed brokers currently working. This is an excellent chance for a sales professional to break into a lucrative field with obtainable licensing, or for a larger commodities firm to acquire a second location. Sales are steady year-over-year, and an ambitious broker could drive sells well over the $2M mark. Purchase Price: $3,400,000 45% Up Front: $1,530,000 Of the 45% up front, a buyer could pay just 35% down ($535,500) and finance the rest through a bank loan. 55% Seller Earn Out: $1,870,000 Based on retention and a guaranteed net of $750,000 to the buyer: to be paid back over 3 years on a quarterly basis.