NEW YORK 14206
NO FUEL CONTRACT
UNBRANDED GAS STATION
BUFFALO NEW YORK 14206
Unbranded Station Store $140k Gas 35k Margin .50 Cash Flow $360k
Unbranded station being ran 100% owner absentee with long lease for sale. This station is in the city of Buffalo New York with nothing but loyal customers that keep this station busy all year round. The store is currently bringing in $140,000 a month with a profit margin of 35% Lotto $65,000, ATM $6,000 very busy store. The station has it all full canopy with 3 MPD's that are pumping 35,000 gallons at a very high margin of .50 cents per gallon. The landlord claims of monthly net profit of $30,000 which means $360,000 a year. This station is being sold for $650,000 with a 2 years return on your investment do we need to say more. This station has been priced right to sell for a quick sale do the the math the station is worth over $900k. As an investment point of view the CAP RATE is over 60% and the NOI is unheard of and that's what we do saving our buyers time and money. The landlord is offering a 10+10+10 year triple net (NNN) lease with the rent starting out at $13,500. This station is being sold with No Fuel contract so the buyer has the option to shop the opened market for cheapest fuel for more profit. The asking price is $650,000 with a little room for negotiation we handle everything for you from start to finish. No reasonable offer refused make an offer, shop with confidence all numbers could be verified by seller all paperwork in hand. The seller is also offering FINANCING to the right buyer. The terms are as follows, $250k down for the key money, inventory $200k that's $450 total. The Loan is as follows $1 Million dollars which includes 1 acre property behind the store ($200k) the asking price of the business $650,000 plus the inventory $150,000. The seller is looking for $6,700 a month on the financing loan that he has provided. This location brings in over $70,000 a month in cash flow after all expenses the seller nets $35-40k a month. The seller is looking to move out of the state as soon as possible and is willing to hear offers.