Short Profile: Auto repair shop located in beautiful Santa Cruz on the Central Coast of California. Provides auto and truck repair as well as specialty services, diesel and transmission work. Lease recently negotiated down to $6390 per month. 4,000 sf. Owner 90% absentee and only spends 3-5 hours a week. Email contact.
Short Profile: High performing tire and mechanic shop in Moorpark. 4,300 sq. ft. of building. Located on a very busy thoroughfare. Positioned very close to many residential units. Monthly gross sales $70,000. Monthly Net income $12,000- $15,000. Owner operated. Monthly rent $10,000 includes NNN. Email contact.
|Helpful Resources To Assist In Selling And Buying California Businesses|
|Edward Fixen, Business Broker, at Businessquest
Mr. Fixen is a Certified Business Broker with over 20 years experience as a Fortune 500 executive manager, business owner and business broker. Ed is the president of BusinessQuest, a full-service business brokerage firm helping buyers and sellers throughout Southern California.
|Darrin Davenport, Business Broker
Darrin Davenport was first licensed in 1997 and began his career in residential and commercial real estate before migrating into the M&A and business brokering world. Darrin has founded and operated mutiple California companies.
|Pedro Garcia, Business Broker: San Francisco Bay Area
Pedro R. Garcia is a broker & entrepreneur. Our team owns several franchise & franchise-like businesses. Mr. Garcia's experience ranges from working in M&A / I-Banking for a wall street firm to being a VP/commercial mortgage originator for community banks. Pedro is well versed in sales & financing.
|Steve Zimmerman: Restaurant Broker Specialist, California
Steve founded Restaurant Realty in 1996. He has personally sold/leased over 1000 restaurants, bars & clubs, & completed over 3000 valuations. The author of "Restaurant Dealmaker- An Insider's Trade Secrets For Buying a Restaurant, Bar or Club" available on Amazon. Reach Steve direct at 415-945-9701.
|Janette Ledea, Business Broker: RCFE And ARF Specialist, Southern CA
With an extensive background in real estate sales, investment properties, residential care facilities for the elderly (RCFE) and Adult Residential Facilities (ARF) with developmental disabilities, I will maximize your real estate investment. Contact her at 626-242-3244 Cell/Text.
|Tawnya Gilreath, CBI, Business Broker - LA County Area
LA Business Pros is a transaction advisory and business intermediary firm providing services to buyers and sellers of privately held, small and lower middle market companies: business sale preparation, targeted acquisition searches, E2 visa and EB5 visa business acquisitions, due diligence.
|Jerry Diza, Business Broker: Medical Sector Specialist - California
Pacific Reliance Business Brokers is a business intermediary firm specializing in the marketing and sales of medical sector businesses with annual revenues between $1M-$20M. Our listings include medical, dental and veterinary practices, urgent care centers, medical spas, pharmacies, labs, suppliers.
|Syed Ahmed, Business Broker: Central Valley, SF Bay Area
Business brokerage services in Northern California. Specializing in gas stations, car washes, and liquor stores.
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