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Why Choose Restaurant Realty to Sell My Rest...

Mar 30, 2007
You can take advantage of our experience: We have sold more than 500 restaurants, bars, and clubs since 1996 and have completed over 1,000 business appraisals. You will get the highest price possible [more]
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Restaurant Realty Celebrates 10 Years

Mar 30, 2006
From a small one room office opened in Kentfield, California in February 1996 to a multi suite multi person staff today, Restaurant Realty Company has grown into California’s Largest Restaurant Busine [more]
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Restaurant Realty Completes 76 Transactions ...

Dec 30, 2005
Below find the breakdown of Transactions by Bay Area region for 2005. San Francisco: 28 Marin County: 10 San Rafael: 4 Novato:2 Olema:1 Larkspur:1 Corte Madera:1 Woodacre:1 Sonoma County: 4 Santa Rosa [more]
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How Restaurant Realty Has Completed Over 300...

Mar 30, 2004
How Restaurant Realty Company Has Sold Over 300 Restaurants, Bars And/Or Clubs Since 1996 Restaurant Realty Company’s success is largely a result of its commitment to performing all of the functions l [more]
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Restaurant Realty Completes Over 250 Transac...

Mar 30, 2003
Restaurant Realty Has Sold Over 250 Restaurants, Bars And/Or Clubs Has Over 2,000 Buyers in Its Database Since 1996 we have sold over 250 restaurants, bars and/or clubs and we have over 2,000 active b [more]
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Restaurant Realty Company Completes Over 200...

Mar 30, 2002
During the 4th quarter of 2001 we completed our 200th transaction. All of our transactions are restaurants, bars and clubs. Our success is a result of the following: 1) Our large number of quality lis [more]
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Restaurant Realty Company Completes Over 40 ...

Mar 30, 2001
2000 was a record year for Restaurant Realty with 43 Transactions including restaurants, bars and or clubs. 2001 is starting our strong and we expect this year to be an excellent year too. We have clo [more]
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