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Miami, Florida Businesses for Sale

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South Miami Accredited Learning Center and Pre-School

This Apple Accredited school runs at near full capacity. Efficiently operated and very profitable. It is clean, well organized, very well established and has an excellent reputation in the community. This school is located in a Publix Shopping Center and...

Price: 325,000
Revenue: 364,506
Cash Flow: 83,350
Location: Florida
Listed by: BOCARFL001

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The Dos Cabezas property consists of seven patented mining claims in the historic Dos Cabezas Mining District in Cochise County, Arizona. The property contains the historic gold-silver-lead-zinc mines...

Asking Price: $1,200,000
Franchised Postal Services Business for Sale

Serving the Cypress area for over a decade, this franchised mail and shipping business provides printing and shipping services; as well as, mailbox rentals and related supplies. Presented by Sunb...

Asking Price: $279,000
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Are you looking for an opportunity to own your own business and create your own wealth in a $65 billion dollar industry by utilizing a proven, successful business model? SUPERCUTS is the premier b...

Asking Price: $150,000
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