Trendy Hair Salon – Like New In Encino, CA Asking Price $50,000

Trendy Hair Salon - Like New In Encino, CA Asking Price $50,000 Like new hair salon, $130,000+/ in improvements, 6 stations, 5 are full, 1 receptionist, 1 manager. 1300 Sq Ft, $3000 per month. PLEASE READ - All buyers must complete and return NDA, Buyer Profile. and financial statement. … [Read more...]


Beauty Salon In West Hollywood For Sale! $105,000+/ Net Earnings and Gross Sales of $386,348+/ Ultra chic beauty salon located in the heart of West Hollywood, on a main street since 2006! 1400+/ Sq Ft $6940+/ per month, seller is on a month to month lease, landlord may consider long term lease for qualified buyers. 6 treatment rooms and 3 hair stations. The salon offers hair & makeup, waxing, tanning, eyebrow sculpting, and other esthetician services. The Salon has enjoyed major media exposure in many magazines, T.V. shows, and various other media outlets. After many years in the Beauty Salon industry the seller has decided to focus interests outside the salon. Training 2 weeks/10 hours per week or as negotiated between buyer and seller. Seller has good books and records and will verify all gross sales and net earnings. Cash Offers Only. All buyers must complete and return NDA, Buyer Profile. and financial statement. … [Read more...]

Oxnard Tire Shop For Sale – 2013 Net $190,000+/ Long Term Lease Asking – $399,000

Oxnard Tire Shop For Sale - 2013 Net $175,000+/ Long Term Lease Asking - $399,000 In 2013 the net profit was around $190,000+/ . $80,000 in inventory. There is also a lot of just in time inventory in the area. Roll right into success. This well-established, full service auto repair & tire business is located in the heart of Oxnard and has been in business since 1972. This beautiful free standing building is in great condition, and is approximately 4,200 square feet. Also, very close by are many car dealerships. Long term lease in place $4,900 per month. The business is completely equipped with 4 lifts, 1 drive-up alignment rack, overhead oil, a fluid dispenser, 4 brake lathes, and 2 Euro tire machine changers and much more state of the art equipment. Lots of other newer equipment as well. The business is about 70%+/ - 75%+/ tires and 20%+/ - 25%+/ mechanical and maintenance related. With a total of 8 employees, whom are very experienced and talented, they play an integral … [Read more...]

Burnout: An Ever-Present Threat

Burnout: An Ever-Present Threat Burnout is an often-used reason for an owner selling his or her business. Potential buyers may have trouble accepting this as a valid reason for sale. However, burnout is a valid reason for selling one’s business. A business owner can experience burnout even with a business that’s successful and growing. Many independent business owners feel they’ve worked hard, made their money, and now is a good time to cash out and move on, before burnout endangers the health of the business. The following warning signs should remind a business owner that cashing out beats burning out: You are overwhelmed on a daily basis. When a business owner is a one-man show, even small tasks and minor decisions can seem bigger than Mount Everest. These owners have been shouldering the burden alone for too long, and the isolation has taken its toll. You sense a failure of imagination. Burnt-out owners are so close to their work that they lose perspective. … [Read more...]

June 2013 Client Testimonial

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Jason Alan Recently Added To The Multi Million Dollar Club

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Why Deals Don’t Close When Buying Or Selling A Business

Sellers ·Don’t have a valid reason for selling. · Are testing the waters to check the market and the price. (They are similar to the buyer who is “just shopping.”) · Are completely unrealistic about the price and the market for their business. · Are not honest about their business or their situation. The reason they want to sell is that the business is not viable, it has environmental problems or some other serious issues that the seller has not revealed, or new competition is entering the market. · Don’t disclose that there is more than one owner and they are not all in agreement. · Have not checked with their outside advisors about possible financial, tax or legal implications of selling their business. · Are unprepared to accept seller financing or now unwilling to accept it.   Buyers · Don’t have a valid reason to buy a business, or the reason is not strong enough to overcome the fear. · Have unrealistic expectations regarding price, the … [Read more...]

Asking $1,050,000 – Cell Phone Distribution Business VERIFIABLE $300,000+/ Net, 12,000Sq Ft,

VERIFIABLE $300,000+/ adjusted net annual income!! Wireless Master Agent and Authorized Electronics distributor for top brands. 10 years in business and growing every year since inception. The business enjoys distribution to over 1,500 dealers nationwide and is Strategically located in Southern California with over 12,000 sqft divided for retail on one side and wholesale customers on the other. Additionally the business has a EASY TO OPERATE BUSINESS MODEL IN PLACE through it’s master agent point of sale system. The easy to operate business model generates $50,000+/ residual income monthly from the POS system which serves as a electronic PIN distribution system to it’s dealers and eliminates the need to stock physical PIN-based cards and allows them to sell prepaid cards on demand. Products carried and services include the following; cell phones, cell phone repair & unlock service, prepaid wireless cards, $150,000+/ of salable inventory included with the sale. Reason … [Read more...]

Testimonial – Jason Alan Los Angeles Business Broker

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Selling Your Business? Expect the Unexpected!

Selling Your Business? Expect the Unexpected! According to the experts, a business owner should lay the groundwork for selling at about the same time as he or she first opens the door for business.  Great advice, but it rarely happens.  Most sales of businesses are event-driven; i.e., an event or circumstance such as partnership problems, divorce, health, or just plain burn-out pushes the business owner into selling.  The business owner now becomes a seller without considering the unexpected issues that almost always occur.  Here are some questions that need answering before selling: How much is your time worth? Business owners have a business to run, and they are generally the mainstay of the operation.  If they are too busy trying to meet with prospective buyers, answering their questions and getting necessary data to them, the business may play second fiddle.  Buyers can be very demanding and ignoring them may not only kill a possible sale, but will also reduce the purchase … [Read more...]