A convenience store, C-Store, corner store, or corner shop, is a small store that stocks a range of everyday items such as groceries, snack foods, candy, toiletries, soft drinks, tobacco products, and newspapers. Such stores may also offer money and wire transfer services. In some jurisdiction, corner stores are licensed to sell alcohol, typically beer and wine. Nearly all convenience stores also have an automated teller machine (ATM), though other banking services are usually not available. State lottery tickets are also available at these stores.
A convenience store many be part of gas station/service station. It may be located alongside a busy transportation arterial, in an urban area, or near a railway or railroad station or other transport hub. In some countries, convenience stores have long shopping hours, some being open 24 hours. Convenience stores usually charge significantly higher prices than ordinary grocery stores or supermarkets, which they make up for with convenience by serving more locations and having shorter cashier lines.
We have appraised numerous local convenience stores all the way up to national convenience stores such as 7-Eleven, Circle K and more. Please contact us for any convenience store appraisal services.