Woman Wear w/ Passive Owner
Boutique & online store with 245K in profit!
The Assistant Manager takes care of the day-to-day operations and oversees the three part-time retail associates. The owner currently works at the shop part-time and oversees ordering, financials, and social media remotely.
With an excellent cash flow, profit margin, and social media reviews, this business is drawing customers to the shop and website. Areas of continued growth could be found in expanding the customer demographics to include college-aged and recent graduates or expanding some size offerings. Increasing advertising and the overall web presence may have a positive impact as well as holding pup-ups in different areas of town to expose potential shoppers to this bright and unique boutique.
- Year Established: 2015
- Location and Service Area: Des Moines area with online customers
- Clients Demographics: Generally, 30-45 year-old women, anyone looking for a cute and reasonably priced outfit
- Merchandise: On-trend women’s wear: tops, bottoms, dresses, shoes, accessories, etc.
- Lease: 1,000 sq. ft.: retail space, stock room with office, restroom
- Reason for Selling: New opportunities
- Employees: 4: 1 Full-time Assistant Manager, 2-3 part-time retail associates
- Seller Training Period: 3-6 months
- Growth Opportunities: Expand to a younger demographic (20-30), expand into wider size range, increase online presence and revenue, pop-ups
- Current Owner’s Responsibilities: Part-time in-store hours seasonally, oversight, social media
- List Price: $790,000
- Gross Sales:
- 2018: $874,642
- Cash Flow:
- 2018: $244,726
- Assets Included in Purchase*
- Equipment: $5,000: Shelving, racking, computer
- Average Inventory: $23,000: Clothing and accessories, bags, mailing supplies, etc.
- Intangible Assets: On-trend for the customer base, accessible pricing, growing area of town, excellent social media reviews, positive social media engagement
*amounts may vary
Cash Flow Analysis
|Description of Financial Statement||Tax Return||Tax Return||Tax Return||Notes|
|Net Income Shown on Financial Statement||$194,124||$188,725||$89,218|
|Compensation to Owner||$30,000||$80,000||$0|
|11% Tax on total W2 Salaries||$3,300||$8,800||$0|
|Meals & Entertainment||$2,626||$2,431||$595|
|Pension & Profit Sharing||$7,500||$20,000||$0||To Owner|
|Seller's Cash Flow = Total Addbacks + Net Income||$244,726||$308,843||$122,088|
|Profit Margin||27.98 %||33.26 %||23.92 %|
- Great profit margins year-over-year!
Typical Clients and Merchandise
- Anyone looking for a cute and reasonably priced women’s outfit!
- General demographics are 30-45 year-old women
- On-trend women’s wear
- Tops: long-sleeve, short-sleeve, tanks, etc.
- Bottoms: jeans, shorts, skirts
- Dresses and rompers
- Shoes and sandals
Total Employees: 4
- 1 Full-time Assistant Manager
- 2-3 Part-time retail associates
- Expand to a younger demographic (20-30)
- Expand into wider size range
- Increase online presence and webstore revenue
- Hold pop-ups to expose a greater audience to the boutique
The Firm used a cash flow valuation methodology to determine the purchase price of the business.
The formula used is as follows:
Cash Flow x Prescribed Multiple = Fair Market Value
Cash flow is the sum of business net income plus any owner perks and any non-onward going expenses.
A multiple is prescribed by a 20 question, 100-point parameter ranking system that is used to analyze the current business health. Each question is based on a scale from 1 to 5: 1 being low, 2 below average, 3 average, 4 above average, 5 high. The average of the responses sum is the business’ prescribed multiple.
For this business, a 2018 cash flow was used with a prescribed multiple is 3.2. With this information, the computation is as follows:
$244,726 x 3.2 = $783,123
The fair market value found above positions the business list price at $790,000.
Purchase Price: $790,000
15% Buyer Down Payment: $118,500
15% Seller Financing: $118,500
70% Bank Loan: $553,000
Seller financing 5-year term at a rate of 4.50% equals a monthly loan payment of $2,209.
Bank loan 8-year term at a rate of 6% equals a monthly loan payment of $7,267.
After business expenses and loan payments, a buyer with a 15% down payment of $118,500 would retain a profit of $131,009, which results in a 110% return on investment in the first year.
A lender is required to have a minimum 1.5 coverage ratio for any business loans extended. At a proposed purchase price of $790,000 with the terms listed above, the coverage ratio is 2.15.
Please note that the decision of whether to extend a loan on any sale belongs to the bank, and this document does not guarantee specific terms or verify that financing is available.
*The Firm Business Brokerage is not a real estate brokerage and therefore the staff will not handle any aspect of the lease, sale or purchase of real estate.
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Total Business Assets, Inventory, and A/R: $
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