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Business Code: TQM1025

Key Features: Newsagency - Northern Rivers NSW Area - Sales $25,000 p.w.

State: NSW

Location: Excellent location in heart of busy main street of North Coast N.S.W. town.

Description

Newsagency selling newspapers, magazines, cards, stationery, art supplies, paperback novels, lotto sales, office supplies, educational products etc. - Impressive client base including 4 sub agents. - Business boasts an excellent variety of products, a delightful entrance and superb browsing area. - Lotto sales turnover is $485,000 p.a. commission is $40,000 p.a.. - Morning delivery run 7 days.

Summary

  • Features: Ranked top 100 newsagents NSW. - Computer link software, plus quick books program. - No competition with nearest newsagency 20km away. - Strong growth area.
  • Potential: Trade extra hours at weekends.
  • Premises: Superbly presented quality newsagency with an area of 133 sq. mts.
  • Trading Hours: 7 days - Mon. - Fri. - 6.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. - Sat. - 6.30 a.m. - 12.30.p.m. - Sun. - 7 a.m. - 11 a.m.
  • Lease: 5 + 5 + 3 year lease commenced 1st July, 2012 - C.P.I. increases - no bond.
  • Employees: 2 owners + 2 casuals.
  • Comments: This delightfully presented newsagency demands inspection. - Vendors are in need of a break but are prepared to train for smooth transition. - A golden opportunity to own a thriving business and live a quality coastal life style in one of N.S.W. most beautiful areas. - Price negotiable.

Weekly Summary

Weekly Takings (inc GST)

$25,000

Cost of Goods

$19,000

Gross Profit

$6,000

Rent

$1,800

Wages

$1,800

Telephone

$60

Insurance

$100

Electricity

$70

Total Expenses

$3,830

Estimated Stock (Additional)

$70,000

Equipment (Included)

$50,000

Net Profit

$2,170

Price

$375,000

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Newsagency - Retail

Business Code: TQM1025
Price: $375,000

Key Features: Newsagency - Northern Rivers NSW Area - Sales $25,000 p.w.

State: NSW

Location: Excellent location in heart of busy main street of North Coast N.S.W. town.

Description

Newsagency selling newspapers, magazines, cards, stationery, art supplies, paperback novels, lotto sales, office supplies, educational products etc. - Impressive client base including 4 sub agents. - Business boasts an excellent variety of products, a delightful entrance and superb browsing area. - Lotto sales turnover is $485,000 p.a. commission is $40,000 p.a.. - Morning delivery run 7 days.

Summary

  • Features: Ranked top 100 newsagents NSW. - Computer link software, plus quick books program. - No competition with nearest newsagency 20km away. - Strong growth area.
  • Potential: Trade extra hours at weekends.
  • Premises: Superbly presented quality newsagency with an area of 133 sq. mts.
  • Trading Hours: 7 days - Mon. - Fri. - 6.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. - Sat. - 6.30 a.m. - 12.30.p.m. - Sun. - 7 a.m. - 11 a.m.
  • Lease: 5 + 5 + 3 year lease commenced 1st July, 2012 - C.P.I. increases - no bond.
  • Employees: 2 owners + 2 casuals.
  • Comments: This delightfully presented newsagency demands inspection. - Vendors are in need of a break but are prepared to train for smooth transition. - A golden opportunity to own a thriving business and live a quality coastal life style in one of N.S.W. most beautiful areas. - Price negotiable.

Weekly Summary

Weekly Takings
(inc GST)

$25,000

Cost of Goods

$19,000

Gross Profit

$6,000

Rent (ex GST)

$1,800

Wages

$1,800

Telephone

$60

Insurance

$100

Electricity

$70

Total Expenses

$3,830

Estimated Stock (Additional)

$70,000

Equipment (Included)

$50,000

Net Profit

$2,170

Price

$375,000

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