1 Results

Houston, TX Furniture Manufacturing Businesses for Sale

BizQuest has more Houston, TX Furniture Manufacturing business for sale listings than any other source. Whether you are looking to buy a Houston, TX Furniture Manufacturing business for sale or sell your Houston, TX Furniture Manufacturing business, BizQuest is the Internet's leading Houston, TX Furniture Manufacturing business for sale marketplace. Refine your search by location, industry or asking price using the filters below.

Refine your search:

Saved Save
Many more refinement options
State: Texas City: Houston Industry Segment: Furniture Manufacturing Clear all
Contact Broker View all TX Brokers J. Darrow Graham - Texas Business BrokerTX
25 Listings | 2 Sold
Transworld Business Advisors is the world leader in the marketing and sales of businesses, franchises and commercial real estate. Whether you represent an acquisition-minded corporation, or are personally interested in owning your own company, Transworld offers the professional services that successfully bring buyers and sellers together. From business brokerage to mergers and acquisitions; we are the business sale specialists. Since our inception, we have excelled in getting deals done! Contact us and you will understand what makes us the best company to handle any business or commercial real estate sale.
$590,000
Cash Flow: $303,800 
Houston, TX 
View Details 
Growing Custom Cabinet Fabricator in Houston

Priced to sell quickly! This custom cabinet fabricator and installer is relinquishing his business in the expansion stage of the business cycle to join his family abroad. This company offers fabrication and installation of cabinets, countertops, furniture and office buildouts. The business has recently been restructured to increased productivity, employment, and economic growth while maintaining competitive pricing and customer satisfaction. Due to the growth of the business, they were forced to relocate to a 4100 SF warehouse with two offices, in North Houston near the Beltway 8. The majority of business comes from word of mouth among building contractors. A focus on marketing, sales, and More info

;