Profitable Cape Cod vending business

Cape Cod, MA - This vending business has operated for over 42 years!  This is a tremendous opportunity with over 140 accounts throughout Barnstable & Plymouth county.  The business lends itself to tremendous growth potential with new energy and a willingness to grow. Easily make 6 figures of revenue as owner operator.  Present ownership does little to no marketing and essentially operates with its existing client base.  The business does not require industry experience and would be easy for a new operator to learn.  Seller will stay on for 30 days or longer with sale in order to allow a smooth transition. Consulting available thereafter. Two vehicles included with sale. Gross Revenue: $330,870 Asking Price: $195,000 + Inventory For more information email Adam Bauer at … [Read more...]

Plymouth County Thriving Liquor Store

Plymouth County -  Thriving full retail package store in prime location in New retail strip.  Revenue projected at over $900k in 2017 and has been showing steady growth trajectory.  Favorable lease terms , 2,500 SF of retail space with lower level dry storage lease $4k per month.  Over 50% of sales are wine. Ample parking, efficient utilities, new cooler, truly turn key! List Price $450,000 email Adam at for more info … [Read more...]

Profitable Florist Business

Falmouth, MA - ***SOLD*** TBX exclusively arranges the sale of Falmouth Florist INC!     … [Read more...]

Around the Web: A Month in Summary

A recent article posted on PR Newswire entitled “Business owners' love of work may hinder succession planning” explains the parallels between the number of business owners with no plans to retire and the lack of succession planning. In a recent poll, over 70% of business owners said they are not planning to retire, don't know when they will retire, or do not plan to retire for at least 11 years. The survey also reported that 2 out of 3 business owners do not have a succession plan or a clear understanding of the importance of one. Even if there are no immediate plans for retiring, business owners should have a succession plan in place to protect the business, partners, employees and customers. If something were to suddenly happen to the business owner such as serious illness or an untimely death, a succession plan would help make sure everything goes smooth with the transition of the business. To get started with creating an exit plan, business owners can take 5 simple steps: Set … [Read more...]

Two Well Appointed Mashpee Commercial Condos “Madaket Place”

766 Falmouth Rd. Unit #4 Mashpee, MA - Class A 3,000 SF  (incl basement GLA) commercial condo with meticulous build-out featuring custom word working throughout the unit.  Raised panel cherry wanscoting throughout the unit, multiple cherry built-in book cases, custom trim, custom desks.  Floor plan is ideal for business with multiple executives, ie: CPA, Law Office, financial services etc... 2015 Taxes: $2,954 Asking $125 PSF/ $350,000 This unit is also available to lease for $15 PSF NNN 766 Falmouth Rd. Unit #3 Mashpee, MA Completely remodeled new paint and new carpets ready for your business! Featuring lower level additional square footage for storage (not included in the 2,075 SF ), 2 private upstairs offices with conference room and 3 private offices on the first floor with open reception area. Ideal for many types of businesses. Asking $325,000 Executive office suites also available for lease starting at just $350 per month!   … [Read more...]

South Shore Franchise Lunch & Smoothie Business!

South Shore , Ma - Plymouth county franchise.  Coming soon! … [Read more...]

When Selling Your Business, Play to Win

If you are an independent business owner, you are most likely also an independent business seller–if not now, you will be somewhere down the road. The Small Business Administration reports that three to five years is a long enough stretch for many business owners and that one in every three plans to sell, many of them right from the outset. With fewer cases of a business being passed on to future generations, selling has become a fact of independent business life. No matter at what stage your own business life may be, prepare now to stay ahead in the selling game. Perhaps one of the most important rules of the selling game is learning how not to “sell.” An apt anecdote from Cary Reich's The Life of Nelson Rockefeller shows a pro at work doing (or not doing) just that: When the indomitable J.P. Morgan was seeking the Rockefeller's Mesabi iron ore properties to complete his assemblage of what was to become U.S. Steel, it was Junior [John D. Rockefeller, Jr.] who went head-to-head … [Read more...]

Dennisport Pizza & Mexican Food Business

Dennisport, MA - ***SOLD*** The Business Exchange exclusively arranged the sale of the property and business assets located at 682 Main Street Dennisport to KOD Holdings LLC an owner/user.  The purchasers are experienced local operators and have big plans to revitalize the space!  Coastal Community Capital arranged the financing.             … [Read more...]

Similar Companies Can Have Huge Value Differences

Can two companies in the same industry have very different valuations? In short, the answer is a resounding, yes. Let's take an example of two companies that both have an EBITDA of $6 million but with two very different values. In fact, Business One is valued at five times EBITDA, which prices it at $30 million whereas Business Two is valued at seven times EBITDA, meaning it has a value of $42 million. Value Difference Checklist Revenue Size Profitability The Market Growth Rate Regional/Global Distribution Management & Employees Capital Equipment Requirements Systems/Controls Uniqueness/Proprietary Intangibles (Intellectual property/patents/brand, etc.) There are quite a few variables on the above checklist that stand out, with the top one being that of growth rate. Growth rate is a major value driver when buyers are considering value. Business Two, for example, with its seven times EBITDA has a growth rate of 50%, whereas Business One, with its five times EBITDA has a growth … [Read more...]

South Shore Breakfast & Lunch Business

Plymouth County, MA -  Turn key 40 seat breakfast & lunch business in plaza setting prime for growth.  The location abuts a major grocery store and offers suitable parking and is undergoing a significant amount of development which will help drive more business..  Patrons come from throughout the south shore neighboring towns for the breakfast at this location.  The 1,200 + SF space also has basement storage approx 400 SF.  Annual rent is $24,000 with 4 years remaining on the lease.  The business also has a seasonal walk up Ice Cream window which is very popular in the summer months.  Revenue continues to increase on an annual basis.  Ideal for owner operator who can work the kitchen. Continue to grow as is or re-brand! Asking $135,000 email for details … [Read more...]