BBF #74755632    —  Don’t miss your chance to own this fantastic Commercial Landscaping & Lawn Maintenance business with long term assumable contract in place. Great records, 0 cash! $186K owner benefit! Great staff including manager. Very organized operation. Immaculate equipment. Conveys with over $150K of equipment and everything you need for a turnkey opportunity! Established for over 13 years and positioned for growth! Generous seller financing for qualified buyer. This one will go fast so email me for an NDA today!

Asking; $450,000 | Sales: $498,500 | Cash Down: $315,000 | Owner’s Benefit: $187,580 (i.e. Adjusted Net)

includes $150,000 of equipment 

Commercial Landscaping Company For Sale

When considering the opportunity within the commercial landscaping arena, we looked to the National Association of landscape Professionals for their analysis of the size and opportunity of the current market and the potential.

Size

July 2015 IBIS World market report show that the landscape services industry has annual revenues of $76 billion, annual growth of 3.4%, employs 958,711 people, and represents 466,768 businesses.

 

Business Split Between Sectors

  • Single Family Residential 65%
  • Commercial/Industrial 23%

Revenue By Service

  • Maintenance 42%
  • Design Build 19%
  • Lawn Care 13%
  • Tree Care 6%
  • Snow Removal 6%
  • Irrigation 6%

Call today for more information about this commercial landscaping company for sale: 904-647-4755

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i am 15 and I am planning to buy a trailer for my equipment in the next few years I want to have room for a stand on mower a 24 inch push mower some hand tools string trimmer back pack blower and occasionaly just the stand on and a lawn tractor what size enclosed trailer should I go with
Posted: February 24, 2018, 1:51 pm
Any of you guys have one of these? This guy I guess just got done mowing his lawn. As I was blowing off I saw him standing on his property looking at me. Very little grass clippings were making its way towards his property line so I went to the line and blew it back to customers property. I Iook at him and he shakes his head. Ok? I contine and after blowing off the back dude is staring at me. I look away...still staring. Looking pissed. So I take off my headphones and stop the bliwer..ask...

Customers Grumpy Neighbor
Posted: February 24, 2018, 1:50 pm
Just curious where everybody is at in terms of mowing. I've always liked how double cutting looks better. I think it's more even (and before anyone says anything, I sharpen my blades twice a week, and I'm very good at it.) I've always seen a huge difference in double cut vs single cut. So I double cut all of my clients' yards every time. But what do you guys think?
Posted: February 24, 2018, 1:43 pm

Services Usually Offered

commercial landscaping company for sale

The fastest growing services are maintenance and design/build.

According to the Lawn and Landscape survey, the average company employs 15 people year-round, has $1 million in revenues and has a net profit of 10%.

Commercial Landscaping Company for sale

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