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Yogurtland Franchise in Busy Mixed-Use Shopping Center

High sales producer in a very populated, family centered demographic area


Cash Flow:
Total Rent per SqFt:
$77.09 per year
Service Area:
San Jose
 Profit Margin:
 Royalty & Advertising:
6% and 2% respectively
Transfer Fee:
Sales per SqFt:
$506.95 per year
Year Established:  Business location established in 2014. Franchise established in 2006
Services:  Frozen yogurt and toppings sold by weight
Furniture, Fixtures
& Equipment: 
8 three-head frozen yogurt machines, refrigerated toppings table, POS, walk in cooler, 3 compartment sink, glycol cooling system, upright reach-in coolers, shelving, staff lockers, tables, chairs, and all small wares, complete list will be provided
Product Breakdown: 99% frozen yogurt and 1% bottled drinks
Clients: 100% retail
Lease: Monthly NNN rent $8994 for 1400 SF, 2 years left on lease with (2) 60-month options
Personnel: 10 part time year-round. Additional 2-3 new hires for summer
Franchisor: Yogurtland Franchising, Inc.
$400,000 Net Worth and $200,000 Liquid Assets (3-months of seasoning), U.S. Citizen or permanent resident, criminal and credit checks, completion of franchisor’s training program
Training: Training will take place in Southern California and must be completed prior to change of possession; cost $5000
Timeline: 3 months from accepted asset purchase agreement
SBA Pre-Approval: Business has been pre-approved by SBA for a qualified buyer

Value Proposition

  • Plenty of parking for customers
  • Exceptional Customer Reviews of 4.5 stars
  • Responsive and supportive Franchisor
  • Priced to reflect absentee operated
  • Well trained friendly staff in place
  • Simple and efficient layout
  • National chain anchors shopping center
  • Local average household income $97,000
  • Traffic count: 14,754 per day
  • Average sale $12.70

Revenue Breakdown

Financial Highlights

  • Listing price: $475,000 including Inventory
  • Recovery of gross sales 32% over 2020 figures
  • Largest March sales in stores history $72K 2022
  • March net operating profit $11,714 or 16.2%
  • 2022 projected to surpass 2019 sales
  • 2021 sales recovered just under 4% of 2019 sales
  • Inventory estimated monthly average: $5,000
  • Rent deposit: $7140
  • Fixed assets per taxes: $435,644
  • Recommended working capital: $25,000
  • Ownership of a well maintained store

Cashflow Analysis

Asking Price

The asking price is determined using a cash flow and asset methodology. Cash flow is the sum of net income from the business plus any non-cash expenses, non-recurring items and any seller’s personal expenses. The asset methodology takes into account what it could cost to open a similar business in equipment and square feet. A multi-factor multiplier is applied to the cash flow based on the condition of the business and the asset value is added to that result.

For this business, a three-year weighted cash flow is applied as the recovery of gross sales is above average. This business has the higher sales and better than median SDE, coupled with that this is Northern California’s number 1 gross sales store the multiplier applied in this case is 3x.

Funding Example

Purchase Price: $475,000

20% Buyer Down Payment


Buyer’s Equity

80% Bank Loan


10-Yearterm at a rate of 5.75% = Monthly loan payment of $4171

  • Cash Flow (SDE in 2021): $158,538
  • Annual Payment to Bank: $50,052
  • Net Profit (After Expenses and loan payment): $108,486

* 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.

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