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This chart outlines the profitability of renewing a restaurant. The optimal time to let a lease lapse for any restaurant is after month 5 (original purchase + 4 renewals) based on the average profit (Profit LTD/period).

You can see that after month 9, the monthly profit turns into a monthly deficit. After month 14, the restaurant has created a deficit for the amount earned over the entire life of the lease.

Numbers used are for renewing on day 0 of the lease, but assuming no food sales.

30-day period Terms, lease Cost, lease Profit (rev. - lease expense) Profit LTD
1 15000 orig price 15000 1500 1500
2 18750, 15750 back 3000 13500 15000
3 23437,19687 back 3750 12750 27750
4 29296, 24609 back 4687 11813 39563
5 36621, 30761 back 5860

10640

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6 45776, 38452 back 7324 9176 59379
7 57220, 48065 back 9155 7345

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8 71525, 60081 back 11444 5056 71780
9 89406, 75101 back 14305 2195 73975
10 111758, 93877 back 17881 -1381 72594
11 139698, 117346 back 22352 -5852 66742
12 174622, 146683 back 27939 -11439 55303
13 218278, 183354 back 34924 -18424 36879
14 272848, 229192 back 43656 -27156 9723
15 341060, 286490 back 54570 -38070 -28347