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Peter Siegel is the Founder & President Of BizBen.com. He consults daily with those buying and selling small to mid-sized businesses, franchises, & opportunities. For more information regarding ProBuy & ProSell Programs, consultations, & advisory services phone him at direct at 866-270-6278.


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There are a lot of misconceptions about what enhances the value of a business. The following factors in this Discussion Post on BizBen are aspects of a business that really drives its value and pricing. Business owners thinking of selling should check these out these factors before selling.
Using an earn out can benefit both buyer & seller of a business purchase. A recent question by a buyer in the BizBen ProBuy Program about the best way to structure a business earn out prompted me to ask a panel of BizBen Resources how they would deal with the buyers question on earn out structures.     By Peter Siegel, MBA    All By Peter Siegel, MBA    Blog Categories: BizBen Blog Contributor, Deal And Escrow Issues, How To Buy A Business, How To Sell A Business
The post discusses the difference between a hands on owner and an absentee owner. It covers why someone would want to be an absentee owner and then goes on to discuss the pros and cons of buying an absentee run business.     By Peter Siegel, MBA    All By Peter Siegel, MBA    Blog Categories: BizBen Blog Contributor, Buying A Business, How To Buy A Business
Recognizing that 70% of the California small and mid-market-sized businesses offered to buyers are never sold, and that some of the obvious reasons - over-pricing, inadequate records, insufficient lease - have been discussed in detail, it might be useful to point out lesser known problems.     By Peter Siegel, MBA    All By Peter Siegel, MBA    Blog Categories: BizBen Blog Contributor, Business Broker Information, How To Sell A Business, Selling A Business
Should business opportunity offering include the real estate? There are no right or wrong answers to the question about whether the seller of a business should include the real property, or sell the company only and continue on as the landlord/lady. Peter Siegel With BizBen.com explores this issue.     By Peter Siegel    All By Peter Siegel    Blog Categories: BizBen Blog Contributor, Buying A Business, How To Buy A Business, How To Sell A Business
Those seeking to buy gas station business opportunities need to know about five factors that can make this purchase particularly risky compared to other businesses.     By Peter Siegel, MBA    All By Peter Siegel, MBA    Blog Categories: BizBen Blog Contributor, Buying A Business
Restaurant franchise offerings are among the most popular of the business types potential business buyers seek. What many would-be owners don't realize is that there are specific tips for buying fast food or restaurant franchises that don't necessarily apply to independent restaurants for sale.
Many Californians want to buy a coin laundry because it's a business that doesn't require full time owner attention and because, as an all cash business, the owner is always paid before the service is provided. Peter Siegel at BizBen explores these issues in his latest artcle/blog post on BizBen.
You have a strong entrepreneurial spirit. You know you want to be a small business owner. Now what? Do you buy an existing business or start one from scratch? An existing business can save a lot of time and effort. I will share with you some of the advantages of buying an existing business.     By Peter Siegel, MBA    All By Peter Siegel, MBA    Blog Categories: BizBen Blog Contributor, How To Buy A Business
Even without meaning to be dishonest, sellers or brokers talking to someone who wants to buy a small business often make statements that are not true. And sometimes what is said is known to be a lie. The buyer is smart to carefully evaluate what they hear - six untrue statements sometimes told.     By Peter Siegel, MBA    All By Peter Siegel, MBA    Blog Categories: BizBen Blog Contributor, Business Purchase Financing, Buying A Business, Deal And Escrow Issues, How To Buy A Business


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