|Helpful Resources To Assist In Selling And Buying California Businesses|
|Craig Osterhoudt, Business Broker, SF Bay Area
Craig Osterhoudt is a San Francisco Bay Area Business Broker who shares his broker experiences with BizBen readers and has had varied direct small business experience in the past but now assists small business owners sell their business and offers business buyers proven search success programs.
|Michael Davidson, Business Broker - Southern California
Los Angeles Business Broker providing M&A quality services for Small Business Owners. We leverage our technology and expertise to Simplify & Expedite the Business Sales Process. Matching the right buyer with the right business is how we define success.
|Mani Singh, Business Broker, Southern California
I have successfully represented clients sell & acquire multitude of businesses ranging from Gas Stations, Liquor Stores, Markets, Super Markets, Smoke Shops, Postal Stores, Restaurants, General Retail, Auto and Construction related. Phone me for assistance with selling or buying at 951-296-7646 Cell
|Raj Parikh, Business Broker - Inland Empire
Raj has spent the past 15 years as a Business Broker, Owner & Developer. He has extensive experience and deep knowledge in many different industries. He specializes in brokering Business Opportunities across many industries all across Southern California.
|Ron Hottes, Broker - Serving LA, Orange, Inland Empire Area
LINK Business is a business brokerage team of 28 highly skilled and seasoned professionals. Our business brokers have over 100 years of cumulative experience & the expertise to help you buy or sell a business in the LA County, Orange, Inland Empire areas. Call Ron for a consultation at 310-539-8300.
|Chuck Post: Laundry Buyer Representation, Consulting, Due Diligence
Chuck Post has 32 years experience in the laundry industry, specializing in assisting laundry buyers (and entrepreneurs) with buying or starting up, building, re-tooling, laundries throughout California. Laundry buyer representation, consulting, due-diligence, lease negotiations, laundry valuations.
|Jeff Back, Broker: Restaurant Specialist - SF Bay Area
J. Back & Associates Restaurant Real Estate was founded in 1988 as the first bay area real estate company to specialize exclusively in restaurant real estate. I am the past President of Charley Browns restaurants and have been involved in the restaurant business for over 35 years. 925-736-8200.
|Joe Ranieri, Business Broker, Orange County Area
Having owned retail/restaurant businesses for over 20 years, my interest turned to listing and selling businesses rather than owning them. I specialize tend to specialize in Orange County high volume restaurants, fast food independents and chains, bars and liquor stores. Call 714-292-5448.
|Related Articles, Events, Blog Posts, Discussions, Videos, Interviews|
|What Is The Standard Escrow Time Period And Is That Even Important?
Escrow periods vary depending on type of business, licenses involved, and a host of other business for sale factors. Joel Miller (Southern California Elderly Care Home Specialist) initiates this discussion on how long escrow should last and if it's even important on how long it may last.
|What Are Some Tips For Buying A Beauty Salon? Brokers & Advisors Weigh In.
What should you look out for when buying a beauty salon business? Buyers kept asking us so I decided to go over the basics plus a bit more and discuss items like: independent contractors vs employees, inventory considerations, licensing issues, escrow check list, and of course valuation ranges.
|Bob Hughes Discusses: Due Diligence Considerations Before Buying A Business
Coachella Valley business broker Bob Hughes (760-323-8311), discusses the need for due-diligence and items that should be collected & investigated by the buyer during this critical process of buying a small business. Read his latest blog post on due diligence considerations before buying a business!
|Deposits With Business Purchase Agreements: How Much? Structure? Refundable?
Purchase agreements when buying or selling a small business can be tricky. A top Southern CA Business Broker discusses this topic including multiple strategies regarding deposits with business purchase agreements. Lee Petsas (Orange County Business Broker) at 714-363-044 contributes this blog post
|FREE Live San Diego Workshop - How To Buy A Coin Or Card Laundry - Sat 5/6
Chuck Post, a coin laundry consultant & specialty broker offers this upcoming San Diego FREE seminar - How To Buy A Laundry Business. Contact Chuck Post at (619) 227-5711 or Chris Mason at (949) 878-2755 for more information and to RSVP for this upcoming workshop.
|When Buying A Liquor Store - Is Location Important? Many Items Factor In
Does Location matter when purchasing a liquor store? Some experts believe that while it is still important, location is not as important in the liquor store as it is with other businesses. Peter Siegel, MBA (BizBen ProBuy Program & Liquor Store Financing Expert) at 866-270-6278 discusses this topic.
|4 Reasons Why Business Brokers Do Not Cooperate With Other Brokers & Agents
Despite challenges in the business for sale marketplace, some of the business brokers who make a living by facilitating a deal between buyer and seller are known to stand in the way of a completed transaction because of some outdated ideas. Too bad they put greed ahead of the needs of their clients.
|Sellers Ask: How Long Should I Wait For The Buyer To Do Their Due Diligence?
Business sellers & buyers ask the question in the buying process-how long should I ask for due-diligence when buying a small business? The answer really depends on several factors. They include: type of business, demand for the business, complexity of the business. Advisors weigh in on this topic.
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