Franchise Day Care – Gwinnett County

Established franchise daycare business with 174 children currently enrolled, located in a rapidly growing area of town. Licensed for over 200 this completely equipped facility has room to grow. Offerings range from care for six week old infants through after school care for older children. Fully staffed with high quality, experienced employees who wish to stay with the business.  9,888+/- square foot building situated on 1.48+/- acres with ample parking, segmented outdoor play grounds (fenced), complete commercial kitchen, and beautifully maintained inside and out. The classrooms are stocked with age appropriate, quality materials and equipment. Fixtures and current stock of supplies are included in purchase price.

Sellers Discretionary Earnings: $237,000

Asking Price: $1,899,000

  J. Snypp 404-966-5989

Car Wash- Athens and Cumming – SOLD

We have two washes for sale. Athens includes real estate. Cumming is business only. The combined revenue is $800,000 with owner discretionary earnings in the $300,000 range. The asking price is $2,100,000 for both businesses and the real estate in Athens. Contact Matt Wochele 770 -551-8208

Development and Construction Company (TDC)

This development and construction company (TDC) is a $13mm niche home building firm located in Atlanta, GA.  The company builds homes both speculatively and for custom clients, with an average price point of $1mm.  The company has traditionally focused on providing houses at the top end of the local markets that it serves.  To justify its position at the top price point of each market, TDC meticulously plans each home, focusing on livability, high-end finishes, and a “wow” factor.  The result of this focus is a growing brand that is associated with quality and aesthetic beauty.  The company’s slogan is “structural integrity, premium finishes.”  The brand is, at this point, well established in certain neighborhoods of what is considered Atlanta “in-town” living. TDC is starting to gain more brand awareness as it expands into other Atlanta neighborhoods where demand for their price point and quality is strong.

While TDC has just 4 full-time employees (3 of which are considered executives), the company has developed strong relationships with over 100 professionals, vendors, and subcontractors, and leverages those relationships to build a better home in a shorter time frame than its local competitors.  

CEO.  Manages the company’s land acquisitions, budgets, cash flow, and establishes the strategic priorities for the company.

  • Director of Construction.  Is a project manager and also manages subcontractor and vendor relationships.  Will oversee a new project manager beginning in January, and is currently implementing a new construction management software.  
  • COO.  Manages municipality relationships, including TDC’s permitting, variance, and re-zoning efforts.  She also works closely with the company’s third-party architects, land planners, and designers to ensure that TDC’s homes meet the market’s demands.

TDC believes that now is the time for it to grow its brand into new sub-markets.  In 2015, the company is projected to close 14 homes, 11 of which are in one area of Metro Atlanta.  It sees future growth occurring through two different avenues:

Scattered lots.  The majority of TDC’s homes are now built on scattered lots throughout in-town Atlanta.  TDC wants to take the scattered lot model to more quality neighborhoods whose demographics support its higher-end homes.  TDC sees the “scattered lot” division operating separately from its other division, with a focus on continuing to develop relationships with the leading “in-town” real estate agents.  The company also strives to be the company that individuals call when they have personal property to sell.  TDC is adept at working with the various cities, counties, and neighbors to turn challenging lots into successful home builds.

Neighborhoods.  In metro Atlanta, there are still numerous opportunities to build neighborhoods.  TDC hopes to break into this type of development in well-located areas.  While the focus will continue to be “in-town” neighborhoods with a walkability element, TDC realizes that the land acquisition efforts will be more easily achieved in the more suburban markets.  While open to building in suburban Atlanta, the company will maintain a focus on those areas with highly desirable school districts, and, preferably, a walkability factor.

In order to continue its strong brand and revenue growth, TDC believes that it will need to invest heavily in several areas.  Investment will need to come in three primary areas:

Land.  The most obvious way to achieve revenue and brand growth is to have branded homes being built in many different areas of metro-Atlanta.  This is also the most capital-intensive of the investment areas.

Human Capital.  TDC has established a scalable business model, but will need capital to hire the people with the ability to take the company to the next level.  Immediate needs include an estimator, a controller, and more project managers.

Marketing.  To this point, TDC has done almost no advertising other than the organic advertising that comes from the homes it builds and the customers it serves.

TDC believes that it has the core business model, brand basics, relationships, and leadership in place to take it to the next level.  It also believes that a partner with a stronger balance sheet and perhaps some experience with larger home building firms would greatly enhance the growth process, and is thus seeking out that partner.  TDC is flexible to various ownership structures if it can find a synergistic relationship with another firm or individual.

Bakery & Cafe – Wholesale/Retail

The reputation and longevity of this business are exceptional. Originally established in 1979 the present owners purchased the business in 1990. They have established a hybrid model which includes retail, wholesale and a cafe. They are experiencing solid growth due to new companies building a strong presence in the area.

Revenue is consistent in the $2,000,000 range. Owner’s discretionary earnings have also been consistent in the $350,00 to $400,000 range. The ownership believes the upside is strong on both the wholesale and retail side of the business.

Asking Price is $1,000,000 and the property is available with an estimated value of between $1.5M  and  $1.7M .

Their wholesale clients include the airport, various hotels and other establishments in the metro Atlanta area. Contact: Matt Wochele, CBi C# 404-863-2200 or J Snypp # 404-966-5989

Wholesale/Distributor – Established in 1980-SOLD

Wholesale/Distributor – This business to business company was established in 1980.

They are a dominate force in their field. Revenue in 2008 was $4,600,000. cash flow topped $400,000. They have two locations and own approximately $1,500,000 worth of property that all or part can be included in the sale. They opened a second location a few years back that is very successful. The company is in positioned to be taken to the next level. We are asking $1,200,000 for the business only.

Contact J. Snypp #404-966-5989 or Matt Wochele, CBI #404-863-2200.
Status: Sold.

Vending – Ten machines placed in good locations-SOLD

Vending – Ten machines placed in good locations around the Buckhead area.

The machines are top quality. They have remote access monitoring. Revenue is approximately $55,000 with profit close to $32,000. The locations of the machines are within close proximity of each other. We are asking $65,000.

Contact J. Snypp #404-966-5989 or Matt Wochele, CBI #404-863-2200.
Status: Sold.

Travel Agency – High end custom travel agency-SOLD

Travel Agency – This high end custom travel agency caters to travelers going to a specific exotic location.

Their reputation of being one of if not the most knowledgeable in their space has enable them to grow to an estimated $5.5 million in revenue to be collected and over $7 million booked for 2013 up 20% from 2012. The business model and staff make this an easy acquisition. Owner’s discretionary earnings should easily top $400,000 in 2013 again a 20% increase over 2012. Asking $995,000.

Contact J. Snypp #404-966-5989 or Matt Wochele, CBI #404-863-2200.
Status: Sold.

Testing Lab – 7 year old drug and alcohol testing lab-SOLD

Testing Lab – This 7 year old drug and alcohol testing lab is located in a south metro city just outside of Atlanta.

Their clients include law enforcement, private business, organizations, legal and more. The founder and a PT employee account for the $110,000 revenue. Margins are high and the owner’s discretionary earnings are in the $55,000 range. There is plenty of opportunity for a new owner to expand. The present owner is retiring and moving to Florida. We are asking $145,000.

Contact J. Snypp #404-966-5989 or Matt Wochele, CBI #404-863-2200.
Status: Sold.

Tanning Salon – Established in 2005-SOLD

Tanning Salon – Established in 2005.

This upscale state of the art salon is located in the heart of Buckhead. The owner is absentee and has a dependable manager in place. Revenue is on the rise as a construction project near the salon is now complete. 2007 is easily outpacing the previous two years. Revenue in 2006 topped $100k and 2007 is estimated to hit $130K. An owner operator can expect approximately $50,000. in income. Asking: Price Reduced to $110,000.

Contact Matt Wochele, CBI #404-863-2200.
Status: Sold.