Subway Sandwich & Auntie Anne’s Franchise For Sale – Greater Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Subway Sandwich & Auntie Anne’s Franchise For Sale in the Greater Philadelphia, Pennsylvania region for $250,000! Two established franchise opportunities combined in one location. Currently grossing an estimated $270,404 and nets $50,024. Restaurant seats 35 inside and is located within a Walmart providing consistent foot traffic and minimizing operating costs. Includes all restaurant equipment with an estimated value of $130,000. New owner will need to be approved by the franchisors. Some financing available for buyers who qualify for a revolving credit line through our third party source. Apply Here.
Just announced: Starting January 2019, Subway is now offering its “Fresh Now” program (a restaurant refresh package) at no cost to franchise owners. This is not a restaurant remodel, instead its a marketing and merchandising refresh program that lays the groundwork for all of the great things coming soon – such as menu innovation and restaurant remodels. Subway continues to reinvent itself based on evaluation of its competition and changing economic times. Because of this constant evolution, Subway continues to be the largest restaurant franchise in the world!
Frequently Asked Questions:
What is the current gross revenue for this restaurant?
The current gross revenue being generated is estimated at $270,404.
How does the restaurant profit?
Current profits are generated from the gross revenue, minus food purchases, payroll, supplies, and operating expenses. This will determine your net/cash flow.
Can I finance this restaurant?
There is no seller financing. This business may qualify for a business or SBA loan. However, if financing is needed for startup cost you can review additional Financing Options Here.
What is required in order to qualify for purchase?
Typically, most franchise restaurants will have liquidity and net worth requirements (to be determined on an individual basis by franchisor), require the buyer to attend an interview for approval, background check, and in most cases, require you to form an entity such as an LLC or Corporation to purchase. This not only protects the company, but also ensures protection of your business. If you need help forming this, we recommend that you Form A Corporation Here.
What are my expenses and overhead for a restaurant business?
Expenses will vary for each restaurant owner depending on the type of restaurant, number of employees, and location. Current expenses for this owner include: royalties, payroll, payroll taxes, workers compensation, advertising, supplies, food, utilities, property rental fees, permits and licenses, phone, and insurance. Expenses are estimated to be $220,379 per year.
What type of insurance do I need?
In most cases restaurant owners will need a minimum of the following insurance policies: business liability, worker’s compensation and business property insurance. Restaurants For Sale now offers discounts on insurance! Through our size and volume, we have partnered with some of the largest insurance brokers in the nation to offer the best rates. Request Your Free Insurance Quote Here.
Is the restaurant property owned or leased?
The property is leased by Subway and new owner would be a sub lessee.
Where is the restaurant located?
Located in the Greater Philadelphia, Pennsylvania region. Physical address will be released to qualified buyers upon execution of an NDA.
What type of equipment is included with the sale?
Current list of equipment includes: back refrigerated counters, sandwich unit, microwaves (commercial grade), toaster oven, cooler, freezer, baking oven, proofer, bread trays, liners, veggies cutter, tomato cutter, thermometer, bread template, soda fountain, ice machine, POS system, camera security system and furniture. Estimated value is $130,000.
What size is the restaurant and how many customers can it seat?
This restaurant is 1,200 sq.ft. and can seat approximately 35 inside.
Does the restaurant currently have a beer or liquor license?
No, there is no beer or liquor license included with this sale.
How does the selling price of Subway get determined?
Subway valuations are determined by using two different methods. First and foremost, Subway franchisees prefer to use a ratio of 30:1-40:1 of the gross weekly store sales based on a trending 40-week average. It’s important to recognize that many third-party lenders also recognize this higher value. Buyers and Sellers may also use a standard valuation method such as a 3-4 multiple of EBITA based on fair market comparable sales, location, gross volume, age of the store, income, and variable other factors. However, typically the weekly sales average approached is preferred and used to determine the selling price.
Is this a viable business model for growth?
Yes! To date Subway is the largest franchise in the world! Currently they are in the process of remodeling and advancing the business model which in turn is creating opportunities for existing and new franchise owners. In fact, CBS recently did a segment with Subway’s CEO about the company’s plans for the future. View The Video Here!
Does the restaurant offer drive-thru or delivery service?
There is no drive-thru or delivery service but a catering service is offered.
How long has the seller owned the restaurant?
Seller has owned this restaurant for 2 years.
Why is the owner selling?
Location is too far from owner’s home.
What are the hours of operation?
This restaurant is operated 7am – 9pm Monday through Sunday.
What else should I know?
Established franchise opportunity. Turnkey and move in ready. Includes the cost of all equipment. Plenty of opportunity to increase revenue. Great reputation and brand recognition. Priced at $250,000. For additional information and to evaluate this business further Contact Us About This Restaurant Here!
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