Landscape Company with Real Estate included

Price: $1,200,000

Annual Revenue: $1,247,514

Net Cash Flow: $352,975

Industry: Contractors, Landscaping

Location: Dutchess County, NY

First Time Offered for Sale – This full service landscape company has been providing professional landscape services to commercial and residential property owners throughout the Mid-Hudson valley for over 20 years. Services offered include landscape installation and maintenance, lawn care, tree care, and plant health care. Management staffed by ISA Certified Arborists and NYS DEC licensed applicators has generated year after year growth. Focusing on customer needs has led to yearly Renewable Contracts and a high rate of customer retention. Present owner has built a solid foundation of steady income to support expansion to more growth opportunities. Extensive equipment list – current market value approximately $250,000. All equipment is fully serviced and used daily – reconditioned as needed. Current team consists of the owner, office staff of 2, sales representatives, production crews and laborers bringing the business staff to 17-18 during season and down to about 8 during winter months. Inventory of repair parts, spare parts, chemicals etc. estimated valued at $30,000 included in the sale. Aggressive marketing and additional pursuit of commercial landscape projects can easily expand the business within its current service area to double or triple current size. Supplemental outdoor services, expanding the service areas and a nursery would add significantly to the bottom line. Snow removal could be added for the winter months. Upscale clientele from nearby metropolitan areas continue to migrate into this service area.

Listing Details

FFE: $250,000 (Included in Price)

Inventory: $30,000 (Included in Price)

Real Estate: $300,000 (Included in Price)

Reason For Sale:



Facilities Information:

Real Estate included in the price. They operate out of a 3,000 sq ft building; 750 sq ft of office space; on over 10 acres.



Owner willing to carry a small note amount TBD; SBA funding may be an option;