It's been said that people will always get hungry, sick and thirsty. Some businesses will always have a future. Maybe that's why liquor stores are always busy from the time they open to the time they close, 7 days per week.
Even with major chains like Dan Murphy’s (Woolworths) and IGA entering the game a number of years back, this really had a relatively small impact on the smaller outlets and franchise chains. Liquor store businesses always seem to prosper.
Of course, before investing in a liquor store, you need to be to perform the appropriate due diligence. You certainly wouldn't want to buy a store, then learn that you have two established competitors just around the corner. You also need to thoroughly investigate the terms and conditions of the liquor licence.
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This wine shop and liquor business for sale is perfectly located in Ivanhoe, an affluent area North West of Melbourne
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This business is an excellent investment for any astute investor!
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This Bottlemart off-premise liquor store is located in the Victorian town of Kilmore, approximately 60 km north of Melbourne.