Massage Center

Massage Center

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Seller Financing Considered: Only $25,000 Down


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Business Description


Huge potential with this great framework. You are getting an established business in a great location, at a huge discount, and with a few tweaks you could expand substantially.

The build out alone cost over $50,000, including new flooring, custom signs, and much more. Located on a major road with tons of vehicle and foot traffic, expansion potential is huge. Just keeping regular hours for walk ins could increase business.

Seller is motivated, but she is determined to find someone that is going to take care of all current clients. This is a great opportunity, perfect for a recent massage school graduate who would like to take over an existing clientele base, or anybody interested in the industry who doesn’t want to start from scratch.

Detailed Information

Inventory:

Included in asking price

Furniture, Fixtures, & Equipment (FF&E):

Included in asking price

Facilities:

Located in a busy strip center with tons of foot traffic, this 1200 sq foot retail space has been nicely built out with 4 private massage areas. There is plenty of parking located right outside the front door. Lease is $1500/month gross

Competition:

Great location on a busy street, plenty of foot traffic through the strip center. Business is in a great location but current owner is only working by appointment, nobody is even at the location between appointments

Growth & Expansion:

Services are only performed by appointment, if a client calls to schedule. Doors are usually locked and walk-ins are not accepted. They are currently doing very limited marketing, New owner could expand substantially by keeping regular hours, allowing walk-in clients and doing a little web marketing.

Financing:

Possible

Support & Training:

Willing to train. Potentially willing to stay on as a partner or offer part time help long term for the right person. Owner is also licensed to train new massage therapists.

Reason for Selling:

Mother is sick, can’t work full time