Profitable Liquor Store KS2804-MG: Asking $200,000

This 15+ year old liquor store located approximately one hour from the Kansas City Metro is available for sale. Owner has earned an excellent reputation for great selection and fair prices and works only 12 to 15 hours per week in the store. Business and real estate are available for sale, and the incredibly high traffic corner location should keep the new owner in business and thriving for many years to come.

The consistent sales and solid income make this business attractive for newcomers, or an existing business with an eye towards expansion. The premium real estate alone is worth reviewing.

Buyer needs no industry experience as the owner will train and transition the buyer into the business by offering high level training right away. This is a very easy business to learn and operate and if the new owner decides to work in the business, they will surely benefit!

High Volume Liquor Store KS2774-AL: Asking $355,000

This lucrative, attractive Lawrence, KS liquor store has an enviable high traffic location with easy access. The store is very well established and revenues continue to grow each year. Sales have increased since implementation of the new KS liquor regulations! Call now to learn more before someone else beats you to this gem!

North Kansas City Liquor Store KS2724-MF: Asking $120,000

This is a rare opportunity to own a great liquor store in the early stages of its growth cycle. This store opened a little over two years ago in a high traffic area in the North Kansas City metro. Since opening, the owner revenues have grown at a steady 12-15% each year and this growth is expected to continue. Inventory has grown by reinvesting the profits from $50K at the start to $100K presently. Expanding the highly profitable wine and craft beer lines has proven to be highly successful.

All of the expense to build-out, buy equipment, and stock with inventory is done and the new owner can take advantage of a turn-key operation still in growth mode.

Cash Flow number assumes that new owner will hire part-time help.