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Cash Flow: $183,603 
Chicago, IL 
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Profitable Property Damage and Restoartion Business-Chicago

earnings - service premiums are pre-paid and substantial. Substantial opportunity in a breakout industry (No National Competitors). We work primarily with residential clients, this is a strong referral business. National and regional insurance companies utilize our services for their clients with exterior damage problems. We have numerous preferred vendor accounts in place for many National and Regional insurance companies. We are the Exterior Property Damage Specialists dealing primarily with storm damage related issues. This is an executive model business where the owner’s primary focus is management, marketing and relationship building. Full training and ongoing corporate support will be More info

Cash Flow: $75,000 
Chicago, IL 
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Established Printing Business with B2B clients

25 year old established printing business with longtime B2B clients located in the heart of downtown Chicago's financial and legal centers. Great business opportunity, priced to sell! Serious inquiries only please. More info

Cash Flow: $100,000 
Chicago, IL 
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Co-Retailing Business, Rent Income + Income from Sales

This business was created approximately ten years ago. The business consists of approximately 110 vendors, who rent small spaces on a month-to-month basis from within a 6000+ SF facility, in an excellent location with a high level of pedestrian traffic. The revenue model is to receive rent plus sales commissions from each vendor. A premium rent in obtained on balance by subdividing the space into very small increments and by providing staffing and a centralized cashier so the vendors do not need to be present in order to sell their merchandise. This co-retailing concept is to retail what co-working is to office environments. Artisans love the concept because this format provides them with an More info