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Sell us your Convenience Store in any condition for market value!

No Broker Fees

As-is Sale (no repairs)

Little to No Closing Costs

No Lengthy Sale Cycle

Point Acquisitions is ready to make selling your convenience store easy. We underwrite the property quickly and can wrap up real estate transactions extremely fast.  Our company is backed by some of the largest real estate investors in the country so rest assured we can close and fund deals quickly without the middleman.

Here's How it Works

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Contact us about your convenience store

Provide some brief information about your convenience store's condition and a few other details.

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Our team does a property analysis

We look at similar convenience store sales in the area along with the details you provided that make your property unique.

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We send over an honest offer

You review your offer and think about what the flexible closing date might be.

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We do an on-site property inspection

This allows our team to confirm the convenience store's condition.

Some benefits to using Point Acquisitions:

  • We make immediate offers

  • We buy all asset types and property classes

  • We buy properties as is, no repairs necessary

  • We do not charge a commission

  • Fast closings with flexible dates

  • We offer a transparent valuation process

Point Acquisitions vs. Traditional Broker

It’s smart to review options to determine how best to reach your goals with a commercial real estate sale. While you may be able to get a higher “top line” sales price listing with a local broker, that doesn’t always boil down to more money in your pocket (or less headache), and can take a considerable period of time to close. Here are some details to compare your options.

Feature Local Broker Point Acquisitions
Commissions / Fees: 4-6% on average NONE
Closing Costs: 2% on average < 1% on average
Contingencies: Most offers include at least three Only basic due diligence
Appraisal Needed: Sale is often subject to appraisal No appraisal necessary
Average Days on Market: 180-360 Days Offer within 2-3 days
Number of Showings: Numerous per interested buyer As few as one
Closing Date: 90-180 days after acceptance 30-90 days
Repairs: Negotiated during inspection period NONE
Exclusivity: Up to a year No obligation

FAQs

We give property owners an obligation-free offer on your convenience store within 72 hours after the property walk through is conducted.

Yes! We buy convenience stores nationwide in any condition. Because we buy properties “As Is,” you can sell your convenience store fast without having to spend any time or money on fixing defects that would frighten off other buyers.

We are buyers of income-producing properties who can make an offer on vacant convenience stores that just need a little TLC. No matter your property’s condition, our process is straightforward. We set up a time to assess your convenience store's value, consider the cost of repairs, then make you an offer in only days.

With Point Acquisitions, you can sell your convenience store typically in 60-90 days but as little as 30. Point Acquisitions works hard to close the property in as little time as possible.

Once you accept our offer, the next step to getting to closing is to sign the purchase contract we will prepare. Keeping in mind what works best for you, we’ll find an appropriate closing date for each party’s schedule.

In less than 72 hours, the specified title company will have received the earnest money deposit. On the closing date, we’ll meet with the title company, sign the papers, and fund, either in person or remotely.

We adhere to a specialized evaluation process tailored to the unique aspects of convenience stores. Here are the steps involved:

Site Assessment: Our team starts by conducting a physical examination of your store. This includes an assessment of its layout, location, and current inventory levels.

Market Scan: Using real-time market data, we analyze trends and pricing specific to convenience stores, drawing on reliable studies and statistical data to inform our evaluation.

Operational Overview: We assess the efficiency of your store's operations, including staff productivity, inventory turnover, and customer traffic patterns.

Legal Check: Our legal team reviews zoning laws, licenses, and any other regulations that might impact the transaction or the valuation of the store.

Offer Drafting: Based on the information collected, we put together an offer that accurately reflects the current market value as well as any unique features that add to your store's worth.

Transaction Completion: Once the offer is accepted, we coordinate with all relevant parties to smoothly conclude the transaction, taking care of any legal and financial obligations.

By meticulously going through these steps, we aim to provide an offer that truly reflects the best value for your Convenience Store.

We Buy Convenience Stores Nationwide

If you're a convenience store owner looking to sell, Point Acquisitions offers a seamless and profitable experience for transactions across the United States. We combine our national reach with localized market insights to present you with a competitive offer for your convenience store. Our approach is customized to the unique aspects of retail properties, ensuring that each deal is advantageous for you. We handle every aspect of the transaction, from well-researched pricing to transparent legal procedures. With Point Acquisitions, convenience store owners nationwide can anticipate a smooth selling process that maximizes their property's value.

Get Started

Fill out the form with any questions or to get started on our simple process below:

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    Contact us about your property

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    We send a no-obligation offer

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