Spokane’s South Hill location with all FF&E included. A longstanding community favorite bakery and cafe. Enjoying high-volume sales and profits over multiple decades.
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1. Batteries Plus
Batteries Plus is a leading franchise omni-channel retailer of batteries, light bulbs, and device repair services. Their distinct value proposition comes from providing customers with unrivaled product selection, in-stock availability, and customer service – this store portfolio covers automotive, marine, power sports, lawn and garden equipment, consumer electronics, as well as connected home applications with offerings of batteries/lightbulbs as well as repair services like critical fob cutting/programming/diagnostics as well as more!
This business is situated within a prominent retail center on the north side of Spokane Valley with high vehicle traffic exposure and ample parking, shadow anchored by one of Spokane/Coeur d’Alene MSA’s largest Safeway grocery stores, as well as national tenants such as Lowe’s, Michael’s Sportsman Warehouse and Sherwin-Williams. Furthermore, this location features a long-term NNN lease agreement that offers minimal landlord obligations (roof/structure maintenance, etc), providing an exceptional investment opportunity!
Join a nationally recognized and admired brand that has garnered numerous accolades over time! Batteries Plus has proven itself a leader in its industry and continues to experience rapid expansion, making this an exceptional opportunity for an experienced owner-operator or investor looking to capitalize on this growing market. When accepting, the current owner will stay on-site to facilitate a smooth transition and provide training. Furthermore, once accepted, they will walk you through all aspects of building out and opening, including leasehold improvements, store fixtures, inventory supplies, computer hardware, software, and delivery vehicle support, along with local and national advertising support from both sources!
2. Mobile Detailing
This business represents an ideal investment opportunity for anyone interested in running their venture from home. Currently run by one individual, with some innovative marketing, it could quickly grow into a multi-million dollar business.
Bo Knows offers automotive owners in Spokane various detailing services for their cars. Bo’s exterior detailing services include three-step polishing, wheel well degreasing, and tire sealant application – as well as ceramic coating and chrome treatment – ceramic coating treatment as well as bug and sap spotting; interior steam cleaning, as well as odor removal/trim shining services, among others.
Paint Protection Film (PPF) installation services are provided by this business to protect vehicles against gravel and sand that can damage them; additionally, this full-service shop also repairs scratches and dents as needed. Established over 15 years ago by family ownership.
The seller is in search of an experienced buyer to assist him in expanding this business and is open to providing transition support during any transition of ownership. Confidentiality is of utmost importance; therefore, no details of this business will be revealed until an interested and qualified Buyer prospect has been thoroughly vetted; then, it will be given the address and contact details.
3. Custom Cabinets
Cabinets are an integral component of any kitchen. Not only can they offer storage solutions, but their aesthetic can add character and personality. Cabinet makers specialize in this field and can create cabinets of all shapes and sizes to fit a space perfectly; they can assist with kitchen layout and work within any budget. Homeowners may also purchase prefabricated cabinets, which can be quickly and easily installed into their space.
Established within an expanding industry, it is a successful and lucrative business with a loyal client base of repeat and satisfied customers. This business presents an excellent opportunity for any creative and entrepreneurial individual looking to continue building an iconic brand.
Accepting offers on this design and manufacturing company specializing in producing unique battery-powered professional tools with patent protection that are portable. They sell various unique, high-quality products to multi-billion dollar construction and maintenance industries worldwide.
This is an exceptional opportunity to acquire a highly reputable and established business in Spokane Valley with low inventory levels and no seasonality issues, providing a stable cash flow with plenty of room to grow. Don’t miss this fantastic investment that provides ample potential.
4. Residential Cleaning
Residential cleaning involves maintaining a home and its belongings and pools, barbeques, and outdoor structures. As it’s a growing industry with high demand for its services, the residential cleaning business provides an attractive operating environment without inventory requirements, seasonal fluctuations, or recurring revenue – an ideal solution for those who desire greater control of both work and life schedules.
Residential cleaners typically interact more directly with clients, so they must be polite, courteous, and professional in their interactions with them. Trust is also crucial as these individuals often enter private residences. Homeowners expect their cleaners to arrive on time while keeping costs within specific parameters. Conversely, commercial cleaning requires less interaction as most work occurs overnight after all building occupants leave.
509 Pack and Clean has been providing residential and commercial cleaning services for four years and offers services like garbage collection and common area sanitation to its clients. Their team can perform various tasks like garbage collection and common area sanitization, as well as RV cleaning to remove odors. In addition, duct cleaning and air conditioning maintenance are offered, and wood floor maintenance services, as well as dust high walls maintenance using hospital-grade disinfectants, microfiber mops, vacuuming floors, and washing windows, as well as 24/7 emergency response, are provided by this business.
5. Judy’s Enchanted Garden
At this magical nursery, you’ll find everything to satisfy any green thumb’s green fingers–from starter plants to showstoppers! Plus, there’s an impressive variety of herbs for adding zesty flavors to meals, plus gorgeous succulents to add vibrant hues to any garden. Additionally, this plant shop provides thoughtful gifts such as “kindness rocks,” which can be personalized by painting them with messages or patterns to spread positivity throughout any outdoor space.
Judy’s Nursery stands out as being family-run and operated, which means you can count on friendly service from its staff. They know everything there is to know about plants and would be more than willing to assist in finding what you need. On one recent weekday morning alone, customers milled about in anticipation of seeking advice from the staff as to what plants were best suited for their garden or potted plant needs.
Considering selling your business? A great place to begin the process is by speaking to a broker in Spokane. A broker will help you understand the steps involved, guide negotiations, and determine its value, as well as guide when selling will take place. They may even tell you exactly how much it’s worth when selling through negotiation services such as these.
Taco Time operates 77 locations throughout Western Washington. Its stylized cacti logo stands with green arms spread out, creating an iconic symbol in these locations. For people born and raised in Seattle, the presence of this fast food chain may serve as more than a cultural touchstone.
Food from this franchise doesn’t come across as fancy, yet it still tastes delicious and feels authentic. They focus on quality sourcing; many ingredients in their famous chili come directly from Washington state farms! Shredded cheddar and potatoes used for their renowned dish come from nearby Washington as well.
Ron Fredrick opened the first Taco Time restaurant in Eugene, Oregon, in 1960. Inspired by its delicious Mexican cuisine, Ron began franchising in 1962 alongside one of his business acquaintances; together, they expanded across the Northwest region, opening new restaurants.
Seattle has transformed, but Taco Time remains an iconic local institution. Its logo can still be found on Seattle Sonics trading cards alongside caricatures of Ken Griffey Jr. and a Mariners Moose, an enduring reminder of a simpler time when Seattle revolved around sports and the joy of eating soft chicken tacos or crispy burritos!
Taco Time stands out with its simple yet satisfying food, reflecting its dedication to quality and sustainability. Part of the Kahala Brands family with 29 quick-service restaurant brands worldwide and thousands of locations, Taco Time, stands out from the competition as offering fresh flavors at reasonable prices.