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Five Myths About Selling A Business
5 Myths About Selling A Small Business
There are many myths associated with the process of selling a business and some of them can actually cause deals to fall through. Don't let your sale be comprised, be aware of these common misconceptions related to the process of selling your business. Peter Siegel, with BizBen explores these myths.  By Peter Siegel   View All Peter Siegel Blog Posts
Selling Your Business With ObamaCare In Place
How ObamaCare Will Affect Buying Or Selling A California Small Business
The implementation of the Patient Protection and the Affordable Care Act also known as "ObamaCare" is one of the most talked about bills to come out of President Obama's time in office. A look at how ObamaCare has and is going to impact the market for buying and selling a business.  By Peter Siegel   View All Peter Siegel Blog Posts
5 Tips When Selecting A Business Broker
5 Best Tips When Choosing A Business Broker When Selling Your Business
Most owners know that when choosing a broker to help sell your business, it's good to find out about his or her background and maybe get some references of people who've worked with the professional. Before signing a listing agreement, it helps to know these extra things about the business broker.  By Peter Siegel   View All Peter Siegel Blog Posts
How To Plan Value Your Business For Sale
8 Tips To Maximize Your Businesses Value And Attract The Right Buyers
Many business owners fail to maximize their business' value because they don't have a proper strategy in place to do so. Failure to maximize your businesses value will make it harder to attract the most qualified buyers. Have a plan that ensures your business is as attractive & valuable as possible.  By Peter Siegel   View All Peter Siegel Blog Posts
First Impressions When Selling A Business
Sellers: First Impressions Are Critical When Selling A Small Business
First impressions are critical when selling a business - ask any potential business buyer. Peter Siegel, Founder Of BizBen explains why all potential small business sellers need to make sure that first impression is a good one.  By Peter Siegel   View All Peter Siegel Blog Posts
Lease Agreements When Selling A Business
Selling A Business With A Month-To-Month Lease
Depending on the type of business being sold, a month-to-month situation can be severely detrimental to the value of the business. Peter Siegel, Founder of BizBen explores the issue of month to month leases in this blog/article.  By Peter Siegel   View All Peter Siegel Blog Posts
SBA Loan Purchasing A Business
Seller Expectations With SBA Loan Financing
It is not uncommon for Sellers to get uncomfortable when a Buyer requires a loan to purchase the Seller's business. Often times Sellers will say "the Buyer is the one getting the loan; why am I the one under the microscope?"  By Peter Siegel   View All Peter Siegel Blog Posts
Bob Hughes On Goodwill Selling A Business
Bob Hughes Answers: What Is The Goodwill Of Your Business?
Goodwill is what a business owner has built into his business over the years. Bob Hughes, a long time business broker serving the Coachella Valley & the San Diego County area gives his definition of goodwill and what is included when buying and selling small to mid-sized businesses.  By Bob Hughes   View All Bob Hughes Blog Posts
Selling Your Business Due Diligence Issues
Selling Your Business: Ensuring Successful Due Diligence
Since the price a business owner receives when he sells his business is directly proportional to the earnings, it is in the owner's best interest to recast the earnings to industry standards to make sure he is maximizing the sale price. Greg Carpenter explains his views in this BizBen blog post.  By Greg Carpenter   View All Greg Carpenter Blog Posts
What Type Of Business Seller Are You
What Type Of Seller Are You? Selling Your Business Depends On Your Approach
If you are planning to offer your small business for sale, you ought to learn about your chances of succeeding. The probability of making a sale depends largely on which of seven seller types describes you. Use this self-test to find out what kind of seller you are and determine if you'll succeed.  By Peter Siegel   View All Peter Siegel Blog Posts
How Escrow Protects A Business Sales Transaction
How Escrow Protects You In A Business Transaction
In dealing with business sales, often times the Seller or the Buyer will ask about the use of an escrow company. The seller may say, Why can't the buyer just pay me cash or give me a cashier's check? This blog post covers why utilizing an escrow service is so important in selling a small business.  By Peter Siegel   View All Peter Siegel Blog Posts
The Steps in Selling a Business With A Business Broker
The Steps In Selling A Business With A Business Broker
Ron Hottes walks you through the steps in selling a business through a business broker. It all starts with: An initial meeting between the Business Owner (Seller) & Seller's Broker where the selling process is explained and a free valuation is used to determine the value of the business.  By Ron Hottes   View All Ron Hottes Blog Posts
Allocation Of The Purchase Price
Allocation Of The Purchase Price When Selling A California Small Business
There are a handful of key asset categories in allocating or breaking down the purchase price allocation of a business sale. The allocation is required to complete the transaction. Lee Petsas, a Southern California business broker reviews this topic in detail for buyers and sellers of businesses.  By Lee Petsas   View All Lee Petsas Blog Posts
What To Do When Your Business Is Not Fun Anymore
What To Do When Your Business Isn't Fun Anymore
Just because its time to sell your business does not mean you're throwing in the towel. Many times small business owners are ready to move on to other things; retirement, a new job, a new venture, more time with family, a focus on personal health, or any combination of factors.  By Bob Hughes   View All Bob Hughes Blog Posts
Getting Your Laundromat Ready For Sale
Increasing Your Laundry Business, Getting Your Laundromat Ready For Sale
Steve Erlinger, a laundry specialist broker discusses what successful laundry owners do to increase business. Explaining that running a laundromat is a simple business, but it’s not easy - Steve gives tips and details about how to get your laundromat in top shape and ready to sell for top dollar!  By Steve Erlinger   View All Steve Erlinger Blog Posts
Checklist When Selling A California Small Business
Selling A California Small Business? This Checklist Will Determine Your Success
When selling a California business, owners should use our salability checklist to determine whether the effort will be successful. Ten factors must be considered to properly prepare a business for sale. Three of the factors account for more than 50% probability of achieving success in selling!  By Peter Siegel   View All Peter Siegel Blog Posts
Broker Cooperation Selling A Business
Before You Select A Business Broker - Do They Co-Broker?
To receive the fullest exposure for selling their business, small business owners should make sure their listing broker is co-operating with other business brokers and agents. Christina Lazuric a Southern California business broker discusses this topic.  By Christina Lazuric, CBI   View All Christina Lazuric, CBI Blog Posts
3 Reasons Sellers Do Not Sell Their Busiiness
3 Poor Reasons Why Sellers Do Not Offer A Business For Sale In Good Economy
With the economy in growth mode, many owners of small companies who are ready to retire or invest in another enterprise would be smart to offer their business for sale. But some insist on hanging on as owner just a little bit longer. And that might be a mistake. Three reasons people make this error.  By Peter Siegel   View All Peter Siegel Blog Posts
2016 Small Business Sales California
2016 Projections On Business Sales: Observations From A Business Broker
Christina Lazuric, CBI, an Orange County Business Broker offers her insights on how certain issues will effect 2016 small business sales. Her insights provide an interesting perspective that fellow business brokers, owner/sellers, and buyers should be familiar with.  By Christina Lazuric, CBI   View All Christina Lazuric, CBI Blog Posts
Emotional Side Of Selling A Business
Selling Your Business - The Emotional Side Of Business Brokering
The first broker I ever worked for said, "Every deal you have will die at least 5 times before it closes. How you handle that, will determine whether you can survive doing this for a living." As I enter my 11th year doing this, I still smile at that memory because it is as true today as it was then.  By Christina Lazuric, CBI   View All Christina Lazuric, CBI Blog Posts
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