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Businesses for Sale in Albany County, New York

We have found 1 Businesses for sale in Albany County, New York. Browse businesses and companies for sale in Albany County, New York from small home based businesses to established high cash flow businesses. Don't see what you are looking for or need additional information? Please contact Sunbelt office near Albany County, New York to learn more about how to buy a business or sell a business.

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Great American Cookies of the Crossgates Mall

Everyone loves Cookies! The Great American Cookies franchise was founded in 1977 and has grown to over 300 stores worldwide, while consistently ranked as one of the top franchise opportunities. Whether you love to bake or just have a passion...

Price: 99,000
Revenue: 345,000
Cash Flow: 27,264
Location: New York
Listed by: MANHANY001

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Long Island Indoor Jump Park for sale

Ready to jump into this premier fun center offering entertainment to families and young adults? The sky is the limit at this indoor jump park where participants can show off their high-flying exploits...

Asking Price: $1,600,000
E-Commerce Consumer Products Company

This firm sells OEM products. It has two USPTO registered trademarks, one for consumer products i.e. KITMASTER and one for Dental/Medical Instruments i.e. TBS INOX. The firm also has a Patent Pending...

Asking Price: $300,000
Profitable & Well-Established Commercial Electrical Contractor

Fantastic opportunity to acquire an established and profitable full-service commercial electrical contracting business who, for the past 33 years, has been serving the areas of Rockland, Orange, Sulli...

Asking Price: $1,625,000
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