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hobbsd
08-09-2007, 10:51 AM
I am selling my mowing / general lawn service business to pursue an application business opportunity.

My business has grown VERY fast in this market, I've been averaging well over 80% growth per year.

Revenue: total expected this year: $180k - $190k (And this is a really bad-drought year, anyone who lives in this area would agree!)

Breakdown of services:

45% mowing
16% landscape
15% Misc. services
5% lawn waste hauling
19% applications and shrub trimming


Mowing Accounts:
about 100
Average week $3300 mowing
average $ per acre is $108

Employees:
3 full time, but they haven't logged 40 hours since June
Equipment:
1997 Chevy 1-ton dump
1994 chevy 1/2 ton
200 gal. spacesaver sprayer
60" liquid cooled exmark
2 48" walk behinds
push mowers
trimmers
16" wells cargo enclosed trailer
22' landscape trailer
12' utility trailer
bunches of small equipment


I am located in West Wisconisn

Initial asking price is $80,000

Most people can live just fine in our community on $40,000 per year.

Our average income is $32,000, and our city is known as one the nicest / easiest places in the country to raise a family.


PM me to get a phone number or to express interest.

Thanks!

hobbsd
08-10-2007, 10:54 AM
interest?

Definitely open to offers.

I am about 1 hour E. of Minneapolis / St. Paul

MattsMowing3535
08-10-2007, 09:41 PM
hi, I dont know if you would consider selling your 12' trailer but if you would send me a pm. Thanks,
Matt.

hobbsd
08-11-2007, 12:49 AM
um.. at this point, probably not, but maybe a bit later.

ALarsh
08-11-2007, 10:12 PM
Would you be interested in selling the 1997 Chevy 1-ton dump or 16' enclosed seperate? I'd be interested in info...

ALarsh
08-11-2007, 10:22 PM
Is that $32k your average income or the average income of the residents in your city? You care to expose your income if that isn't yours?

hobbsd
08-12-2007, 01:00 AM
$32 K is the average income in the city. My point was, that it doesn't cost much to live fine here.

I have already put six digits in the bank this year between this business and my application business.

Thanks!

hobbsd
08-12-2007, 01:01 AM
Would you be interested in selling the 1997 Chevy 1-ton dump or 16' enclosed seperate? I'd be interested in info...

At this point, I am not willing to sell off equipment (couldn't sell untill end of season anyway).

If someone wanted to buy my customers w/out the equipment then I would start selling it.

hobbsd
08-13-2007, 07:04 PM
bump bump bump