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Contact Broker View all AZ Brokers Mike Darmo - Arizona Business BrokerAZ
61 Listings | 43 Sold
Here is a review I received from a client: My name is Jim and I’m an Arizona Real Estate Broker with 30 + years’ residential experience and over 2,500 transaction sides closed. When it came to selling my N Scottsdale Membership based Spa, I didn’t attempt the task myself. After careful research I hired the area’s most productive Business Opportunity Broker: Mike Darmo with American Realty Brokers Mike under promised and over delivered. This guys a force of nature: He’s smart, fully engaged, works tirelessly and has the tenacity to get the deal done. Within days I received Multiple full-price offers, only 29 days from listing to successful close of escrow. Performance Outsells Promises! Jim Lankes Managing Member June 7th, 2018
Cash Flow: $76,610 
Santa Cruz Co., AZ 
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Southern Arizona Automotive Opportunity

This automotive, towing and fabrication business in a small Southern Arizona town a represents a modest small business with a consistent conservative stream of revenues. The business operates on a 1-acre parcel that is perfect to support the current shop and future business expansion with large equipment work. On the 1-acre parcel stands a 4000 sq. ft 5-stall garage complete with office space, storage space and restrooms. Additionally, on the land sits a 3-bedroom 1500 sf house that is presently occupied by the business owner. The business has yielded over the last 17 years a modest income. If the town’s business trajectory were to remain like the past it will continue with consistence More info