If you’re looking to take hold of an exciting business opportunity, where you can stop filling out meaningless NDAs, become your own boss of a VR Business Sales franchise. As long as there is an opportunity with a business to take advantage, there are no geographic limits to where you can succeed. With thousands of businesses for sale that are available to any aspiring business owner; only at VR Business Sales with their three decades of excellence will you have the necessary skills and resources available to complete every aspiring business owner’s needs and interests.
You will have the chance to flourish in an industry where you will be trained to give every client exclusive service. You will work closely with each aspiring and established business owner as both an advocate and mentor.
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 Business Sales 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!
Tokyo is one of the three world finance "command centers", along with New York City and London. Tokyo has the largest metropolitan economy in the world. Tokyo is a major international finance center, houses the headquarters of several of the world's largest investment banks and insurance companies, and serves as a hub for Japan's transportation, publishing and broadcasting industries.
The Tokyo Stock Exchange is Japan's largest stock exchange, and second largest in the world by market capitalization and fourth largest by share turnover. Tokyo had 8,460 ha (20,900 acres) of agricultural land as of 2003, according to the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, placing it last among the nation's prefectures. The farmland is concentrated in Western Tokyo. Perishables such as vegetables, fruits and flowers can be conveniently shipped to the markets in the eastern part of the prefecture. Japanese leaf spinach and spinach are the most important vegetables. Tourism in Tokyo is also a contributor to the economy.