Follow in VR Business Sales’ firmly-established tradition of exclusive and knowledgeable business intermediaries. We have carried the flag since 1979 with our ability, skills and resources to assist in the successful transaction of a business. If the business opportunity exists to help a buyer or seller, seize it, regardless of where it lies geographically. There are no limits except for the ones that you create!
Only at VR Business Sales will you be able to excel in a marketplace that you will be trained to understand not only ins and outs of being a qualified business intermediary but to give every client consistent and superb service. Take the fresh and exciting opportunity that’s in front of you now by becoming the owner of a VR Business Sales franchise in Cairo!
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!
Cairo is also in every respect the center of Egypt, as it has been almost since its founding in 969 AD. With a population of 18.8 million, almost 25% of all Egyptians live there. The majority of the nation's commerce is generated there, or passes through the city. The great majority of publishing houses and media outlets and nearly all film studios are there, as are half of the nation's hospital beds and universities. This has fueled rapid construction in the city—one building in five is less than 15 years old.
This astonishing growth until recently surged well ahead of city services. Homes, roads, electricity, telephone and sewer services were all suddenly in short supply. Analysts trying to grasp the magnitude of the change coined terms like "hyper-urbanization."