Real estate is included.
All inventory as listed in company records.
Furniture, Fixtures, Equipment:
Building and all equipment.
Support and Training:
The Owner is willing to stay on as an employee for up to a 90-day transition period during which the existing owner will provide training and support. It is expected that the current staff, including the manager, will stay under the new ownership.
Competition and Market:
The company has little to no competition in the area. There is one dealership a few cities over, but their company offers no material competition deterring from sales. The business has been in the industry for a longer period of time and is able to utilize its relationship network to surpass the competition.
Growth and Expansion:
Given additional working capital, the company would be able to increase its current inventory levels to continue to service unrelenting demand at a scaled rate. The company has a large network of relationships of customers who are always looking for predictable make and models. New ownership could also tailor custom orders to specific clients for a premium.rnrnIn addition, with concentrated effort and a small investment, new ownership could strategically target a clientele list that is thousands of names long from over 35 years of business.