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Shared office spaces with a wine bar, cafe and bed n breakfast under one roof.

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 Local Real Estate Centers LLC will open large shared office spaces with a wine bar, cafe and bed n breakfast under one roof. The Local Real Estate Centers will be the center of attention in all the markets we move into. Providing a new level of customer service for our relocating clients and a fun and exciting place to work. 

Office space is available for all real estate and related services. We will offer accounting, marketing, and virtual assistants, as well as the usual shared office space conveniences. 

We are taking the shared office space concept to the next level. We will begin in Connecticut, go south to Florida, expand globally and go public. The potential earnings for those who jump in at the beginning is above average.

Call Steve Schappert to discuss possibilities. 203-994-3950

“Appear weak when you are strong, and strong when you are weak.”

― Sun Tzu, The Art of War

“Instead of making money by selling supplies to franchisees or demanding huge royalties…the McDonald’s Corporation became the landlord to its franchisees.

They bought the properties and then leased them out – at large markups. In addition to that regular income, the corporation would take a percentage of each shop’s gross sales.

Today McDonald’s makes its money on real estate through two methods. Its real estate subsidiary will buy and sell hot properties while also collecting rents on each of its franchised locations. McDonald’s restaurants are in over 100 countries and have probably served over 100 billion hamburgers. There are over 36,000 locations worldwide, of which only 15% are owned and operated by the McDonald’s corporation directly. The rest are franchisee-operated.

During the 2008 recession, McDonald’s leaned heavily on this facet of their business as they capitalized on an anemic property market – buying up more of the land and buildings where it operates. The company owns about 45% of the land and 70% of the buildings at their 36,000+ locations (the rest is leased).

It’s a brilliant strategy. Being able to collect on rents helps insulate them from the ups and downs of the business of flippin’ burgers. You have to make rent after all.

In 2014, the McDonald’s corporation made $27.4 billion in revenues, of which fully $9.2 billion came from franchised locations and the rest ($18.2 billion) was from company-operated restaurants.” – WallStreet Survivor

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