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Business Buyer Mistakes Buying A Business
Errors Buyers Make When Searching To Buy A California Business
Often business buyers actions cause a deal to tank but they never know why. Peter Siegel with the BizBen ProBuy Program discusses what mistakes business buyers make in the search process to buy a business with some of the best business brokers and recent sellers on BizBen about this topic.  By Peter Siegel   View All Peter Siegel Blog Posts
Earnest Money For A Down Payment
Why Earnest Money Deposit Requirements Can Be High
Peter Siegel, Founder of BizBen and Director of the ProBuy and ProSell Programs on BizBen explores why earnest money deposits serve several purposes when buying or selling a small business. Several contributors on BizBen weigh in on this topic on this BizBen blog post.  By Peter Siegel   View All Peter Siegel Blog Posts
5 Dangerous Trends For Owners Selling A Business
5 Dangerous Trends Small Business Owners Should Consider When Selling
Craig Osterhoudt, a San Francisco Bay Area Business Owner discusses 5 key areas small business owners should think about before they sell their small to mid-sized business. Topics include: Commodization, Amazon, Big Box Stores, Rules and Regulations, and Baby Boomers. Great info for owners.  By Craig Osterhoudt   View All Craig Osterhoudt 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
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
Seller Financing 3 Items To Consider
Seller Financing: Terms To Negotiate If You Buy A Business
The idea to buy a business with seller financing is clearly understood by most people whose career move is to purchase their own company. But not everyone knows how to structure a deal with the seller carrying back part of the price. Be prepared for three situations when negotiating your purchase.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA 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
3 Recycling Businesses To Take A Look At
Recycling Services: 3 Businesses That Will Turn Old Stuff Into New Money
People think of recycling and think of a facility that recycles trash. While this is true a large facility is expensive to open and operate. With that said, in this post, I will focus on 3 small business opportunities in the recycling industry that are more manageable for the average entrepreneur.  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
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
How To Buy Smog Test Only Stations In California
Buying A Smog Shop - Expert Tips From Smog Shop Brokers And Agents
If you are looking at California smog shops with the idea of buying one in order to have your own business, you'll be pleased to know this type of company can be quite profitable if operated properly. To get the best return on your investment in this business, plan to work as the test technician.  By Peter Siegel   View All Peter Siegel Blog Posts
Valuing And Selling Your Preschool
How To Value Your Preschool Business So Buyers Do Not Take You To School
There are several things to consider when placing a value on a preschool. Businesses that are regarded as leading preschools in their area can go for premium prices so know what you have so a potential buyer can’t take advantage of your lack of knowledge. Peter Siegel with BizBen.com explains.  By Peter Siegel   View All Peter Siegel Blog Posts
2014 Business Sales Total Outnumber 2013
More Business For Sale Deals Completed Last Year Than In 2013
The number of business for sale offerings changing hands in California last year rose about 5% over the count of completed deals posted during 2013, according to the BIzBen Index. A total of 15, 513 transactions were closed in 2014 compared to the count of 14,764 sales made during the previous year.  By Peter Siegel   View All Peter Siegel Blog Posts
2014 Will Be A Good Year For Small Business Sales
2014 Will Be A Good Year For Small Business Sales
I predict 2014 to be a good year for small businesses. Not only for small business owners who want to continue running their company but also for those owners who plan to sell. There is a new wave of Entrepreneurs ready to take the step toward business ownership & 2014 may be the perfect time.  By Peter Siegel   View All Peter Siegel Blog Posts
Tips For Selling Your Restaurant
Important Points To Consider When Selling Your Restaurant
Christina Lazuric, a Southern California Restaurant Business Broker discusses ideas that all restaurant owners should read about before selling their restaurant. In this article Christina talks about how to find the right buyer, timing, setting a price, how to structure the deal, and more.  By Christina Lazuric, CBI   View All Christina Lazuric, CBI Blog Posts
Tips For Selling Your Restaurant
5 Real Tips For Selling Your Restaurant
Christina Lazuric, an Orange County Restaurant Business Broker Specialist discusses tips that all restaurant owners should read about before selling their restaurant. In this article Christina talks about presentation of the restaurant, knowing your financials, licenses involved  By Christina Lazuric, CBI   View All Christina Lazuric, CBI Blog Posts
Why Sell Your Restaurant
Why Sell Your Restaurant? Restaurant Broker Explains Why Owners Sell
Christina Lazuric, an Orange County Restaurant Broker Specialist explores why owners of small to mid-sized restaurant businesses elect to sell their restaurant. Retirement, lack of capital, illness, boredom are just a few of the reasons owners decide to sell their business.  By Christina Lazuric, CBI   View All Christina Lazuric, CBI Blog Posts
Business Sellers Need To Be Optimistic, But Realistic As Well
If you are a small business owner thinking of selling your company you need to be realistic on how the sale will move forward. You need to put just as much preparation into the sale of your business as you did when you started it. Ron Hottes, a Southern California business broker discusses this topic.  By Ron Hottes   View All Ron Hottes Blog Posts
What Is Involved In Selling A Franchised Business?
Steve Fitzgerald a Southern California business broker discusses parts of the franchise agreement that pertain to sale of the franchise, that should be understood by potential franchise buyers.  By Steve FitzGerald   View All Steve FitzGerald Blog Posts
Business Appraisals, Blended Is Better!
There are a number of traditional accounting methods used to calculate business worth. None of these methods individually addresses all of the items that create value. Bob Klein with Business Appraisals discusses this topic on the BizBen.com Blog.  By Bob Klein   View All Bob Klein Blog Posts
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