*Sold* $1.1M Liquor Store With Grocery Anchor

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Asking Price: $324,995
Inventory: $200,000*
Sales Revenue: $1,179,022
Cash Flow: $172,060

*not included in asking price

Business Description

$1.1M liquor store for sale in Federal Heights, Colorado! This store measures in at 3,016 square feet and is ran completely absentee. The store is located in a densely populated neighborhood, surrounded by numerous apartment complexes and residential homes. 

The lease term has 8 years remaining, with the next 3 years locked in at the same rate with no annual increases. The owner is highly motivated to sell! This store is well valued under market rate. Do not miss out on this opportunity to enter the liquor market at such a low price!

Detailed Information

Location: Federal Heights, Colorado
Real Estate: Leased
Rent: $6,032
Building SF: 3,016
Employees: 2
Financing:
SBA for qualified buyers.
Support & Training: 04 weeks for a smooth transition
Reason for Selling: Other business opportunities

For more information, please click on ‘Request NDA’ above. Once the NDA is signed and completed, you will receive confidential information related towards this business.

Contact Michael Nuanes | Managing Broker, Principal

As the owner of Business Brokerage Services, Michael manages the day today operations of the firm. Michael oversees the deals generated by other brokers, from lead generation to closings. Michael has broad small business experience as a business broker, as well as an owner and operator of multiple successful small businesses. 

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David Jang
19:06 07 Oct 21
Michael and staff made easy for us to purchase a... business. And went out the extra mile to set up all the business needs as well. Thank you all.read more
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