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Business Code: TTQJ1103

Key Features: Franchise Takeaway - Mexican Cuisine - Gold Coast Area - Sales $18,385 p.w.

State: QLD

Location: Situated in a popular suburb in the Central Gold Coast area.

Description

Restaurant -Takeaway franchise with a full commercial kitchen serving both unique and popular Mexican cuisine including burritos, chikitos, nachos, tachos, quesadilla, classic bowls, vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, dairy free etc. - Offering both indoor and outdoor dining experience along with a large takeaway menu.- 26 seats outside - 46 seats inside - Licenced.

Summary

  • Features: Excellent location - Large loyal clientele - Large regular takeaway business.
  • Potential: Business is currently running under management but an owner operator could easily reduce overheads & increase the net profit.
  • Premises: This business has an area of 118 sq.mts.
  • Trading Hours: 7 days - Mon. - Sat. - 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. - Sun. - 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
  • Lease: 7 year lease commenced June, 2016 + 7 year option. - Bond is 3 months rent. - Annual 3% C.P.I. increases.
  • Employees: 1 Manager + 12 casuals
  • Comments: Misc. -1 - $127 POS system & software rental, plus $823 misc. business costs. - Misc. - 2 - Franchise fees - A 2017 Toyota Yaris Motor vehicle with full advertising wrap and roof light box, valued at around $15,000 can also be purchased if required. -

Weekly Summary

Weekly Takings (inc GST)

$18,385

Cost of Goods

$6,420

Gross Profit

$11,965

Rent

$1,387

Wages

$4,065

Outgoings

$177

Telephone

$30

Insurance

$75

Electricity

$286

Misc1

$950

Misc2

$1,636

Total Expenses

$8,606

Estimated Stock (Additional)

$12,000

Equipment (Included)

$100,000

Net Profit

$3,359

Price

$495,000

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Takeaway - Mexican Cuisine - Restaurant - Franchise

Business Code: TTQJ1103
Price: $495,000

Key Features: Franchise Takeaway - Mexican Cuisine - Gold Coast Area - Sales $18,385 p.w.

State: QLD

Location: Situated in a popular suburb in the Central Gold Coast area.

Description

Restaurant -Takeaway franchise with a full commercial kitchen serving both unique and popular Mexican cuisine including burritos, chikitos, nachos, tachos, quesadilla, classic bowls, vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, dairy free etc. - Offering both indoor and outdoor dining experience along with a large takeaway menu.- 26 seats outside - 46 seats inside - Licenced.

Summary

  • Features: Excellent location - Large loyal clientele - Large regular takeaway business.
  • Potential: Business is currently running under management but an owner operator could easily reduce overheads & increase the net profit.
  • Premises: This business has an area of 118 sq.mts.
  • Trading Hours: 7 days - Mon. - Sat. - 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. - Sun. - 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
  • Lease: 7 year lease commenced June, 2016 + 7 year option. - Bond is 3 months rent. - Annual 3% C.P.I. increases.
  • Employees: 1 Manager + 12 casuals
  • Comments: Misc. -1 - $127 POS system & software rental, plus $823 misc. business costs. - Misc. - 2 - Franchise fees - A 2017 Toyota Yaris Motor vehicle with full advertising wrap and roof light box, valued at around $15,000 can also be purchased if required. -

Weekly Summary

Weekly Takings
(inc GST)

$18,385

Cost of Goods

$6,420

Gross Profit

$11,965

Rent (ex GST)

$1,387

Wages

$4,065

Outgoings

$177

Telephone

$30

Insurance

$75

Electricity

$286

Misc1

$950

Misc2

$1,636

Total Expenses

$8,606

Estimated Stock (Additional)

$12,000

Equipment (Included)

$100,000

Net Profit

$3,359

Price

$495,000

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