Seasonal Frozen Desert Businesses

Plymouth County, MA - The perfect seasonal frozen desert business for an owner operator.  Spend your winters where it is warm and come back and run these thriving Yogurt Bar & ice cream locations!  A two store package both in thriving optimal locations with strong demographics and solid long term leases in place.  Stores are situated for growth with adding additional products and other frozen deserts.  All the heavy lifting has been done in two brand new state of the art built out spaces with brand new equipment.  Owners seek to divest to focus on their core business.  Training and orientation available.  Seller financing negotiable! Location # 1 Size: 1,150 SF Seats: 20 seats Rent: $1,680 per month (incl water & trash) Revenue: $175,000 Location # 2 Size: 850 SF Seats: 8 + 2 outdoor benches & large patio Rent: $1,600 per month (incl. water & trash) Revenue: $150,000 SDE: $70,000 + asking price: $180,000 email abauer@tbxllc.com for … [Read more...]

Plymouth County Thriving Liquor Store

Plymouth County -  Thriving full retail package store in prime location in New retail strip.  Revenue approximately $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. Beautiful high end build out. Ample parking, efficient utilities, new cooler, truly turn key! List Price $420,000 email Adam at abauer@tbxllc.com for more info … [Read more...]

Interested in Buying a Business? Check Out These 3 Commonly Overlooked Areas

When it comes to buying a business, nothing is more important than the factor of due diligence. For most people, this investment is the single largest financial decision that they will ever make. And with this important fact in mind, you'll want to leave absolutely no stone unturned. Let's examine the three most commonly overlooked areas when it comes to buying a business: retirement plans, 1099's and W-2's, and legal documents. 1. Examine All Legal Documents While it may sound like a “pain” to investigate all the legal documents relating to a business that you are vetting for purchase, that is exactly what you have to do. The very last thing you want is to buy a business only to have the corporate veil pierced. Everything from trademarks and copyrights to other areas of intellectual property should be carefully examined. You should be quite sure that you receive copies of everything from consulting agreements to documentation on intellectual property. 2. Retirement Plans Don't … [Read more...]

Interested in Buying a Business? Check Out These 3 Commonly Overlooked Areas

When it comes to buying a business, nothing is more important than the factor of due diligence. For most people, this investment is the single largest financial decision that they will ever make. And with this important fact in mind, you'll want to leave absolutely no stone unturned. Let's examine the three most commonly overlooked areas when it comes to buying a business: retirement plans, 1099's and W-2's, and legal documents. 1. Examine All Legal Documents While it may sound like a “pain” to investigate all the legal documents relating to a business that you are vetting for purchase, that is exactly what you have to do. The very last thing you want is to buy a business only to have the corporate veil pierced. Everything from trademarks and copyrights to other areas of intellectual property should be carefully examined. You should be quite sure that you receive copies of everything from consulting agreements to documentation on intellectual property. 2. Retirement Plans Don't … [Read more...]

Investment Property South Shore

Scituate, MA - Landmark mixed use investment property in the heart of Scituate center located in the Harbor business district.  The building is approximately 2,286 SF w/ gross SF of 3,368.   The property abuts Scituate's main municipal parking lot which provide ample parking for the buildings restaurant tenant.  The building is serviced by municipal water & sewer and currently the tenant Riva Restaurant operates a 64 seat restaurants out of the space. The site offers first floor full service restaurant space with second floor offices and storage. The Riva concept has operated since the early 2000's and is presently owned and operated by a successful local restaurant group of which operates other locations on the South Shore. NOI: $79,811 Cap Rate: 7.3% Real estate ONLY. Asking Price $1,095,000 email Adam Bauer abauer@tbxllc.com for complete offering memo … [Read more...]

5 Key Factors in Transferring Your Business to a Family Member

The odds are that you've put a great deal of yourself into your business. Inevitably, the day will come when you have no choice but to walk away from your business and begin a new chapter of your life. Quite often, businesses are transferred from one family member to another. In this article, we will examine 5 of the key factors you'll want to consider when transferring your business to a family member. Factor #1 Gifting Can Have Numerous Benefits Will you be selling your business to a family member or simply gifting that business? Gifting comes with several major advantages, for example, this approach can reduce your real estate taxes. Also, the gifting process can allow you to maintain a level of control if the agreement is written properly. Factor #2 The Buy-Sell Agreement Don't overlook the importance of the buy-sell agreement, which works to put everything in writing. You may be tempted to forgo a contract since you are dealing with a family member, but this is a mistake, … [Read more...]

5 Key Factors in Transferring Your Business to a Family Member

The odds are that you've put a great deal of yourself into your business. Inevitably, the day will come when you have no choice but to walk away from your business and begin a new chapter of your life. Quite often, businesses are transferred from one family member to another. In this article, we will examine 5 of the key factors you'll want to consider when transferring your business to a family member. Factor #1 Gifting Can Have Numerous Benefits Will you be selling your business to a family member or simply gifting that business? Gifting comes with several major advantages, for example, this approach can reduce your real estate taxes. Also, the gifting process can allow you to maintain a level of control if the agreement is written properly. Factor #2 The Buy-Sell Agreement Don't overlook the importance of the buy-sell agreement, which works to put everything in writing. You may be tempted to forgo a contract since you are dealing with a family member, but this is a mistake, … [Read more...]

Maintaining Confidentiality Throughout the Sale Process

There are two key ingredients when it comes to selling a business: professionalism and confidentiality. If either of these two ingredients are lacking, then you'll most likely run into problems. Sadly, many sellers see their deals fall apart due to a breach of confidentiality. You certainly don't want to be among their ranks. The simple fact is that a breach in confidentiality can negatively impact everyone from suppliers and vendors to creditors. For example, vendors could change their terms and this, in turn, could have a major, negative impact on cash flow. There can be a chain reaction of events that spirals out of control. The potential negative outcomes of a breach in confidentiality are quite numerous, for example, employees and customers alike could begin to worry about the future of the business. Employees could begin to worry about the safety of their jobs and begin looking for a new position. Dangerously, this situation could lead to changes in management and the loss … [Read more...]

Maintaining Confidentiality Throughout the Sale Process

There are two key ingredients when it comes to selling a business: professionalism and confidentiality. If either of these two ingredients are lacking, then you'll most likely run into problems. Sadly, many sellers see their deals fall apart due to a breach of confidentiality. You certainly don't want to be among their ranks. The simple fact is that a breach in confidentiality can negatively impact everyone from suppliers and vendors to creditors. For example, vendors could change their terms and this, in turn, could have a major, negative impact on cash flow. There can be a chain reaction of events that spirals out of control. The potential negative outcomes of a breach in confidentiality are quite numerous, for example, employees and customers alike could begin to worry about the future of the business. Employees could begin to worry about the safety of their jobs and begin looking for a new position. Dangerously, this situation could lead to changes in management and the loss … [Read more...]

REDUCED! Cape Cod Historic Full Service Restaurant & Bar

Barnstable, MA - A household name for decades! This restaurant & tavern business thrives in one of the most scenic areas of Cape Cod.  Boasting an outdoor patio for 40+ patrons and seating inside for over 100.  The old world charm and classic New England fare make this a local and tourist favorite.  Three year average revenue north of $1.1M ! Tremendous growth potential.  Seller will assist in orientation and training in conjunction with sale.  Strong staff in place. Seller financing negotiable. Asking $175,000 email info@tbxllc.com for non disclosure agreement (NDA) and details … [Read more...]