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CAFE WITH A5 PLANNING PERMISSION: BURNAGE:

Burnage, Manchester
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  • Leasehold: £49,950
  • Turnover: £208,000 £4,000 Per week
  • Net Profit: Not Applicable

Business Details

•    Taking £5,500 per week
•    Rent £289 per week
•    10% deliveries
•    Busy main road in village centre
•    Surrounded by shops, offices and other eateries
•    Huge scope to extend the current opening hours
•    Permission to open 6:00am-12:00midnight
•    Seating for approximately 40 plus al fresco seating for 6 and space for al fresco seating for 20 at the rear
•    Surrounded by residential area
•    Close to railway station
•    Hours of Opening 9:00am-4:00pm Seven Days 
•    10 year lease from 2016, with 3 yearly rent reviews
 

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The vast majority of these scams involve the transfer of substantial sums of money. We advise all transactions made are through a solicitor to prevent fraudulent activities from occuring.

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Do not disclose proof of funds directly to the sellers. If the sellers request you to show proof of funds, we advise that it is done through a solicitor to prevent fraudulent activities from occuring.

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Buying a business is not covered by consumer rights legislation. It is your responsibility to acquire a business that holds up in quality and agreement.

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Fraudsters will typically use false news in an attempt to get you to act quickly. For example, 'Your account has been disabled. Reset your password now.'.

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Review the performance of a business to make appropriate financial projections. Some businesses are dormant or not trading, so it is essential to check their short and long-term potential.

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Legitimate emails from Rightbiz will be with the domain @rightbiz.co.uk. However, emails from [email protected], [email protected] or [email protected] are not affiliated with Rightbiz.

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