About us


About us

BuyStripClubs.com is a fully licensed real estate broker in both the purchase and sale of the clubs land and business. All our buyers and sellers of strip clubs and gentlemen's clubs are fully vetted and qualified. We make it easy for both buyers and sellers by researching the market and making available profitable businesses. We offer local and national exposure of your club through print media, blind advertising and the World Wide Web.

Our company has the resources available and experience to assist you in purchasing your gentlemen's club to ensure that you get the best possible deal. We also offer financing, handle negotiations and provide buyer education. The process on how to buy a strip club doesn’t have to be a difficult one! Let our team of experts handle it all for you!

Questions & Answers

How do I make an offer to a strip club I like?
Together with your Strip Club Realtor, you can make offers at a price with which you are comfortable. This allows room for negotiations. You will have time to do your due diligence to fully verify it to your satisfaction before any closing takes place. This is done by the addition of contingencies and conditions to the offer to purchase. Your realtor will suggest several to you that will protect your interests. This will allow you the luxury of stepping back and looking at this purchase without the emotion of continued negotiations.
How long will it take to sell my strip club?
It can take several months to match the right buyer for the right business. We have many qualified buyers looking, but your business must be the exact one that appeals to the buyer at this exact time. Not only must your club be just right, the price and terms must fit into our buyer’s ability. The sooner we have a complete package of information about your business, the sooner we can go to work.
What is SOB ordinance / conformance?
SOB ordinance, or Sexually Oriented Business ordinance, is up to each city to enforce. Many cities employ a two-pronged regulation that includes both a zoning ordinance and a licensing scheme. The zoning ordinances define in which particular areas, or zones, within the community SOBs are allowed to operate.