Classic homemade hamburger restaurant located in Northeast Dallas is available for acquisition. Established in 2011 and acquired in late 2013 by the current owner of the business. Current owner of the business works full-time at the operation and oversees the business while paid salary. While one competitor is within the immediate market area, the general location of the competitor on the opposite side of the center allows this restaurant to operate without any set back in sales. Sales are gradually increasing each month with the current rate at $14,000-$15,000/month since the establishment. Proactive marketing combined with renovations of the estate will provide huge momentum towards the increase of yearly sales. Another viable option would be to add more menu items and open brunch during the weekends will bring in more customers. Most of all the customers that visit this established hamburger restaurant are office workers and families in the nearby community. All products are made with 100% fresh ingredients from fish sandwiches, chicken sandwiches, salads, fries, onion rings, hot dogs, breakfast tacos, and other breakfast items. Once this classic hamburger restaurant is fully utilized, the sales of the business should skyrocket.

Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment: $35,000 (Included in listed price)
Inventory: $3,000 (Included in listed price)
Financing: 100% down at the time of closing or 50% Cash down with SBA Financing for Qualified Buyers.
Year Established: 2011
Employees: 2PT

Facilities: The retail strip center this business is located at is between a major highway and one-of-the-busiest roads in the area. Also, this burger restaurant is anchored by a nationwide grocery chain with huge traffic. All equipment is in working order and in impeccable condition.Support/Training: Owner will provide training during a 2 week period for a smooth transition into the business.
Reason Selling: Other Opportunities.
Competition: One competitor is within the immediate market area, but due to the location of the competitor on the opposite side of the market the sales aren't affected in anyway.
Growth And Expansion: Local marketing recently was halted and no marketing is done at present time. Online coupons and door hangers were used to market to the local communities. Adding brunch on the weekends will work well within the nearby community. New menu items will provide the business with new customers to build on the current customer base.

Posted May 4, 2016

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