Discover if there are buyers and sellers in your area or region that have professional representation. There are no geographic limitations to where you can work so seize the day as our model encourages. Ask yourself if you have what it takes to provide these entrepreneurs with top-rate service as a VR franchise owner, the leading firm of your industry.
Since 1979, VR has revolutionized the way that businesses change hands and created standards in the originally-fragmented business intermediary industry. Only at VR can you obtain the ability, skills and resources to successfully steer the transaction of a business from the buyer to the seller.
Are you finished filling out so many NDAs to buy a business that you have lost track of which ones were for what in the first place? Are you done finding business opportunities that don’t match your interests at heart? Then it’s time to find a real opportunity by becoming an owner of a VR business sales franchise, where you will be trained to provide every client with top-level service and esteemed resources. You’ll be able to work closely with every office owner as both an advocate and mentor with the best tools in place.
This business can be relocated.
Business closed / Asset sale:
Inventory / Stock value:
$9,500 (included in the asking price)
Furniture / Fixtures value:
Initial Payment: $60,000. Balance can be self-financed. Franchise SBA-approved!
Support & training:
Franchisor provides an extensive training program that includes 2 weeks of at-home study, 1 week of corporate training, online MBI academy and on-going mentoring to assure that all of our franchisees are financially successful.
Reasons for selling:
Domestic franchise development and global expansion.
VR owners are expected to operate from a professional office space with plenty of meeting spaces included in the layout of the facilities, and with lots of room to grow!
Buenos Aires is the financial, industrial, commercial, and cultural hub of Argentina. Its port is one of the busiest in South America; navigable rivers by way of the Rio de la Plata connect the port to north-east Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay. As a result it serves as the distribution hub for a vast area of the south-eastern region of the continent.
The city's services sector is diversified and well-developed by international standards, and accounts for 76% of its economy. Advertising, in particular, plays a prominent role in the export of services at home and abroad. The financial, business and real-estate services sector is the largest, however, and contributes to 31% of the city's economy. Nearly 300 hotels and another 300 hostels and bed & breakfasts are licensed for Tourism in Buenos Aires, and nearly half the rooms available were in four-star establishments or higher.
Manufacturing is also prominent in the city's economy. Concentrated mainly in the southside, it benefits as much from high local purchasing power and a large local supply of skilled labor as it does from its relationship to massive agriculture and industry just outside the city limits themselves. To the west of Buenos Aires is the Pampa Húmeda, the most productive agricultural region of Argentina produces wheat, soybeans and corn (as opposed to the dry southern Pampa, mostly used for cattle farming and more recently production of premium Buenos Aires wines). Meat, dairy, grain, tobacco, wool and leather products are processed or manufactured in the Buenos Aires metro area. Other leading industries are automobile manufacturing, oil refining, metalworking, machine building and the production of textiles, chemicals, clothing and beverages.