National Franchise Sales executes sale of 9 Unit Burger King Restaurant Package in Southern US

ORANGE COUNTY, CA – 01-25-2019 ( — Multi-brand franchisee Cambridge Franchise Holdings, one of the largest fast food franchises in the U.S., acquired nine Burger King restaurants and 8 fee properties in two states – Mississippi & Louisiana, in a transaction arranged and managed by National Franchise Sales (NFS) with the assistance of SRS Realty Partners. NFS assisted both buyer and seller to navigate through the challenging constraints of negotiating and closing simultaneous transactions for the franchises and the real properties against tight deadlines.

National Franchise Sales Managing Director Michael Deegan, lead the seller’s representatives through the franchise transfer procedures and coordinated the acquisition process with Cambridge Franchise Holdings throughout.
“The buyers, Cambridge Franchise Holdings, are a sophisticated investment group that was both knowledgeable and flexible throughout the process,” said Deegan.“The addition of these historically high performing franchises further strengthens their operating presence in their core Southeastern markets.”
About National Franchise SalesNational Franchise Sales is celebrating 41 years as the industry leader in franchise business brokerage, successfully assisting franchisees and franchisors in the acquisition and sale of their businesses since 1978. NFS has facilitated numerous transactions from the sale of a single unit franchise to multi-unit sales of 100+ units.

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