Waterworldscuba Dive Shop

  • Dive Center For Sale - Waterworldscuba Dive Shop
  • Dive Center For Sale - Waterworldscuba Dive Shop
  • Dive Center For Sale - Waterworldscuba Dive Shop
  • Dive Center For Sale - Waterworldscuba Dive Shop
  • Dive Center For Sale - Waterworldscuba Dive Shop
  • Dive Center For Sale - Waterworldscuba Dive Shop
  • Dive Center For Sale - Waterworldscuba Dive Shop
  • Dive Center For Sale - Waterworldscuba Dive Shop
  • Dive Center For Sale - Waterworldscuba Dive Shop
  • Dive Center For Sale - Waterworldscuba Dive Shop
  • Dive Center For Sale - Waterworldscuba Dive Shop
  • Dive Center For Sale - Waterworldscuba Dive Shop
  • Dive Center For Sale - Waterworldscuba Dive Shop
  • Dive Center For Sale - Waterworldscuba Dive Shop
  • Dive Center For Sale - Waterworldscuba Dive Shop

United States > Las Vegas Nevada > Henderson

Asking Price: 195,000 USD

Cash Flow: Available on request

Sales Revenue: Available on request

Description:

WaterWorld Scuba ‐ Objectives and Goals: To introduce people to the aquatic lifestyle
through training people to Scuba dive, swim and snorkel . We also want others to experience travel sites and underwater adventures they may have not ever traveled before.

Waterworld is a 4 year old dive business, with an indoor 12ft heated pool, we have a great location. if your come to Las Vegas?Henderson come check us out.

We also have an awesome dive boat that we can talk about if you want that to. see pictures below

Reason for Selling:
Personal injury

Expansion Opportunities:
Regard to the retail side, the ability to certify divers in their own indoor pool with a full inventory of diving gear. The business is a completely furnished and functioning Dive School and Dive Shop; it is completely turn‐key. All of the hard assets of the business are included in the price. These include all of the furniture and fixtures, and equipment. Replacement value would probably be far greater than the asking price. The new owner should be able to allocate a significant portion of the purchase price to hard, depreciate assets, thus sheltering some of the future profits of the business. This business could not be replaced for the asking price. It is currently growing in revenue each year and is anticipated to gross approximately $250,000 in 2017. There are many add‐backs, this shop should be able to do well over $70K per month with the right owner. That would need to be adjusted out of the income statements to properly evaluate the seller’s discretionary earnings. During due diligence all of the current and past financials will be made available to the buyer or buyers accountant. All assets will be delivered free and clear of liens and encumbrances at the close of escrow, evidenced by a Bill of Sale. The Seller is offering the business for $195,000 and will consider Seller Carry on a case by case, this include all the inventory we have in stock basis. The Seller would also be open to selling the building at fair market value $$?? Understanding the dynamics of the market place that drives the sale and acquisition of businesses and business ownership interests is critical in developing indications of value. The price paid for an investment does not always equal fair market value. Price and value can be influenced by the motivations of the seller and buyer, marketability of the business or business interest, terms of sale, and final costs of sale.

Offered Support for the new owner:
The Seller will provide 4 weeks of training and orderly turnover to the new owner training, at 30 hours per week. Additional training/consulting is available from the Seller, if required, for an additional fee.

Websites: http://www.waterworldscuba.com

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