Listing ID: 72998
# Inside sale Gas/Gallons Asking Price Location
1)$220,000 (Including Liquor)$ 5.5 Mil(Many other incomes :Branded Gas station DFW)
2)$280,000 190,000 $ 5.4 Mil ( Branded Gas station 1 hr from DFW area)
3)$140,000 100,000 $2.9 Mil ( Mini Truck-Stop near Houston TX)
4)$160,000 90,000 $3.3 Mil (Branded Gas station near Frisco TX)
5)$350,000 210,000 $5.9 Mil (Package Deal near Oklahoma city )
6)$125,000 70,000 check cashing & other decent income asking $ 3.4 Mil in FW
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- Asking Price: $2,900,000
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- Property Owned or Leased:Own
- Property Included:Yes
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These are different location for sample listing purpose only. Different owners and NOT a package deal.
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Why is the Current Owner Selling The Business?
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Existing Debts and Future Obligations
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