| This Rare opportunity to own a stunning restaurant in the heart of Fat Village is being sold by commercial real estate agent Adam Docktor! Situated in Fort Lauderdale’s thriving urban core market, this area is experiencing explosive growth. Within immediate proximity, you’ll find a half a dozen condo and apartment buildings, a hotel within close proximity to Brightline station all within walking distance. Fort Lauderdale biggest project Fat Village redevelopment just broke ground on the same street! 4COP liquor license along with all the furniture, fixtures, and equipment as part of the sale. This turnkey restaurant is truly a dream come true for any operator looking to establish themselves in the most exciting area of Broward County with a stunning dining establishment.|
Turnkey restaurant sale
-3.5 years on lease w/ 5 year renewal
-lease details to be provided upon LOI
Using a commercial real estate agent to sell a restaurant
It takes meticulous planning, market knowledge, and negotiating abilities to successfully sell a restaurant. Using the services of a commercial real estate professional with expertise in restaurant sales can make all the difference in such a complicated process. This post will go over three strong arguments for why using a commercial real estate agent is essential when selling a restaurant.
Broad Network and Focused Marketing: Commercial real estate agents who specialize in the selling of restaurants have a broad network of possible clients, financiers, and business leaders. They can effectively and efficiently target the proper audience thanks to this network. Using their network, they may spread the word about your restaurant sale to a group of eligible people who are actively looking for restaurant opportunities. The likelihood of finding a buyer who recognizes the worth of your business and meets your precise selling requirements rises thanks to this tailored marketing strategy.
The sale of a restaurant necessitates complex negotiations and deal structuring in order to produce the best results. Excellent negotiating abilities are brought to the table by a commercial real estate agent with previous restaurant sales expertise. They serve as your go-betweens, expertly handling counteroffers, offers, and the other specifics of the transaction. Their objective is to obtain the best terms and conditions, taking into account the cost, the payment schedule, the transitional period, and any contingencies. They can guide you through tricky situations including lease assignments, liquor licenses, equipment transfers, and inventory transfers thanks to their knowledge in deal structuring.