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The trailing 12 month earnings through March 31, 2018 were 220K on revenues of 2.48M. This is up quite a bit over 2017. The 2017 revenues were $2.25M up 18% over 2016’s $1.9M revenues. The Sales Price is currently $475K which is less than 2 1/4 times the trailing 12 months of earnings. This will qualify for an SBA loan with a 10% down payment to the bank and the Seller will carry up to 15% for a qualified buyer. This means that a buyer can buy this with only $50K in liquidity plus working capital. The buyer is showing more flexibility because they want to retire. This is a tremendous opportunity with over 90% recurring revenue, many long More infoColorado Springs, Colorado General Building Contractors Businesses for Sale
13 Year Old Medium/Heavy Equipment Sales and Rental BusinessThe business is down in overall revenues and earnings through October of 2017 because the owner is semi-retired, spends over 4 months a year in Alaska, and the oil and gas industry has not recovered yet in Western Colorado. The owner has agreed to adjust the price of this Company to the current value of Equipment and other assets. The owner is retirement age and wants out. Considering the current earnings, we have lowered the sales price to 2.65M which is made up of 2.21MM in Heavy Equipment and Rental inventory and approximately 200K in smaller equipment plus other assets More infoGarfield County CO General Building Contractors Businesses for Sale
Many of Colorado’s roads and highways were built several decades ago and are in need of repair or replacement. Infrastructure upgrades and local construction typically generate large quantities of demolition waste. The resulting asphalt/concrete aggregate of debris has historically ended up in landfills. The owner of this five year old recycling company on the front range of Colorado has created an expanding local business that recycles construction and infrastructure aggregates. They derive income from accepting concrete and asphalt debris and then process the material into high-margin resalable road base, riprap, concrete base, asphalt base, and screened rock. Recycled aggregates provide More info