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Asking Price$499,000
Revenue$549,000 Established2006
Cash FlowUndisclosed Employees5 part-time
FF&E$375,000* FranchiseNo
Inventory$65,000* RelocatableYes
Real EstateUndisclosed Home-basedNo
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Established 2006  
Revenue producing and cash flow producing Medical Spa for sale in Columbus, OH. Owner operator retiring.  Business comes with a large data base of loyal clients and repeat business. Current laser equipment and inventory included in sale. Seller will stay on for a limited time to train buyer on current marketing and use of equipment. 96% of our loyal clients would recommend our business to a friend.
Perfect business for a professional MD looking to add aesthetic equipment, inventory, and clients to their current plastic surgical, dermatology, or family practice. This practice is 100% cosmetic. This is a cash business without the headaches of insurance. This is the perfect lifestyle for those MD's fed up with the hassle of 12 to 14 hour days.
Facilities:Prime Columbus location. New build and location October 2014 with 5yr. lease. Lease may be optioned for additional 5 years.
Competition:Aesthetic medical business is trending for rapid growth due to doctors becoming frustrated with current insurance payouts and the hassle of billing. This allows a physician to have a good life and earn a decent income. There is currently several good competitors owned by MD's in the Columbus market. Still plenty of room for growth.
Growth Potential:As primary care MDs seek to replace lost income, and as baby boomers age, demand should grow for minimally or non-invasive cosmetic procedures made possible by new laser equipment. “There are many positives contributing to strong growth for med spas: the market for aesthetic procedures among 18-25 year olds is growing, especially for laser hair removal and tattoo removal, more MDs are looking to replace lost income with elective private pay services, and technical developments have enabled practitioners to offer a broader range of treatments. These technical developments have reduced the required treatment and recovery times, which in turn have led to greater patient demand,” according to John LaRosa. Major Findings: Marketdata estimates that revenues of the 2,100 U.S. medical spas reached $1.94 billion in 2012, and will hit $3.6 billion by 2016. Average revenues per facility are $924,000—with about 80% coming from procedures and 20% form retail product sales. The market is forecast to grow 18% per year. Fully 58% of med spas expected sales to grow more than 5% last year.(statistics from PRWeb.com)
Training/Support:Owner will stay for a limited period of time to train on marketing, operation of equipment, and software use.
Sale Reason:Looking ahead to retirement
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