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  1. I bought part of a well-established round - 5+ years - from a friend and then grew my customer base over the course of the last 15-16 months or so. Between April 2018 to March 2019 inclusive, the average revenue has been £1,775 per calendar month. For me, that is about three days’ work per week on average, giving me time to pursue other interests. The average job price is £13 with 82% of customers on a six week cycle. 52% pay by cash, 22% by bank transfer, 19% by GoCardless, the remainder by PayPal (with one solitary customer paying by cheque). All the work is organised using Google Sheets. So, to support the sale I have prepared a spreadsheet and a couple of google maps showing the revenue by postcode for April 2018 to March 2019 and my current customers by postcode. The spreadsheet also lists the customers added in the last year. Spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/16Vqkd0FjX7MaMb0B0jXrjFfc8aSDv-kZ8czqplvH5OM/edit?usp=sharing Revenue By Postcode 2018-04 to 2019-03 (Created 2019-04-20): https://drive.google.com/open?id=1rP5dFqQ3x_sfIL19juaHBvvJ5ykiJLAn&usp=sharing Current Customers By Postcode (Created 2019-04-20) https://drive.google.com/open?id=144Oe2ibIP822neOATPi7YhmyBf5IAjy0&usp=sharing I’m selling the round due to a relocation to London. I’m asking 4x revenue, or £7,100.
  2. round for sale, compact, takes one man one day £180, owed £79 from last clean trafford area of manchester £1000 also thrown in is £235 worth of work but not worked it in 5 months as been to busy youd pick most of that back up as i continuously get phone calls selling due to new business venture
  3. PRICE: CIRCA £5,000 DESCRIPTION: I've recently done my back in, again, after having problems with it for the last 3 years. I'm only 33, but it's an old injury that's going to get worse, not better, as I get older, so i've decided to knock the window cleaning on the head and find something a bit easier on my back. To that end, i'm now looking to either sell or lease my round. There's about £500 a month of work, (which could be done in a week or just over if you 9 to 5'd it, I only did half days a few days a week) and it's all fairly close together, based in King's Lynn, Terrington St Clement and Pentney. Yearly it works out to much more than that though because i'm always being asked to do conny roof cleans, gutter cleans, insides as a one off, etc - all the usual extras. I've targeted nice, affluent areas so there's no **** estates where your car will get robbed, and they're all good payers, either cash or online - once in a blue moon I get a cheque but not often. All the work is very well priced, the lowest paying job is £10 for a small house, the highest is £65 a month for a large house, but my minimum price has been £12 for quite a while now so there are very few lower than that, just the odd one here or there i've been doing for ages that I hadn't put up yet. I also have a trolley system, a backpack, 1 phoenix pole, 1 harris/converted wfp pole (both with brushes), an RO system and many many barrels for use with the trolley system. Basically it's a bolt on expansion to an existing business or a ready made startup for someone looking to get into the trade. I've been told I should sell it for 10x what it's worth so that would be 5k, I'm open to offers around that mark or leasing offers. LOCATION: King's Lynn, Pentney, Terrington St. Clement, Middleton PICTURES: Don't be silly
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