Great Turn Key Cash Flow Business! This Business Will Pay For

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Great Turn Key Cash Flow Business! This business will pay for itself in one and a half years.

Sosua, Dominican Republic     DRL# 72   
$289,000 USD  
  • Great Turn Key Cash Flow Business! This Business
  • Great Turn Key Cash Flow Business! This Business
  • Great Turn Key Cash Flow Business! This Business
  • Great Turn Key Cash Flow Business! This Business
  • Great Turn Key Cash Flow Business! This Business
  • Great Turn Key Cash Flow Business! This Business
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Solar energy is rapidly becoming the way of the future in the Dominican Republic. This is a great opportunity for an electrician or someone with an electronic background. Also dealing in wind generated power, battery powered inversors and any other energy needs in the Dominican Republic.This is an established company that has been around for a number of years and has seen revenue growth of 35% per year. This is a one of a kind opportunity. For more information, contact Chip Bommarito at chipncr@yahoo.com





Levels: 1Lot Size: 175 m2
Build Size: 125 m2 





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Licensed Real Estate Broker. After going to School at Altos De Chavon, Dominican Republic in 1986 for design, I returned to the States to open my own design company. In 1990 I received my real-estate license and started buying and selling real-estate in Michigan. In 2003 I moved to Arizona and worked in the mortgage business and also pursued my art career, in painting American Indians. I've

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Sosúa is a small town in the Puerto Plata province of the Dominican Republic. Located approximately 4 miles (6.4 km) from the Puerto Plata International Airport (POP), the town is accessed primarily by Camino Cinco, or Highway 5, which runs much of the length of the country's North coastline.

Source: Sosúa Wikipedia page