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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, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
Lee Petsas, a Southern California business broker explores: How much consideration should I give as deposit? Are Deposits refundable and when? Cashing deposits & opening escrow, Return of deposit to buyer, Why do we take a deposit from buyers when preparing & executing a purchase agreement contract? By Lee Petsas View All Lee Petsas Blog Posts
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, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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
A problem owners encounter when offering a California business for sale is that not all so-called buyers are qualified to make the purchase. It's frustrating and costly to waste time showing non-qualified buyers the business. Here are ways to identify time wasters so the focus is on real buyers. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
Don't confuse a business opportunity with a going business for sale. In the broadest sense, an existing business being offered on the market is sometimes called a business opportunity. But for a buyer’s purposes, seeking to invest in a business to own and operate, there are important differences. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
Fully half of all the businesses that are sold are retail food restaurants. This includes franchise, non-franchise, sandwich shops, bagel shops, coffee shops, as well as good old fashioned sit-down restaurants. Willard Michlin, CPA discusses his thoughts on buying & selling fast food businesses. By Willard Michlin View All Willard Michlin Blog Posts
Willard Michlin, CPA conducts this FREE live workshop in Seal Beach about the processes of buying & selling a business. It's also about what you need to know in order to do a proper due diligence when buying a business. Participants should RSVP by calling 805-428-2063 & the address to this workshop. By Willard Michlin View All Willard Michlin Blog Posts
Selling a business is hard enough but using the wrong word, text, and strategy can really delay or outright kill a campaign to sell a small business successfully. Peter Siegel, Founder of BizBen shares what words, phrases, and strategies work (and not) when selling a small business online.
By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
This workshop is designed for business buyers, it covers: Learn how to choose an industry, Learn what industries promise you the highest probability of success. Learn how to develop a private list of possible prospects, plus much more. Call 805-428-2063 for info and to RSVP. By Willard Michlin View All Willard Michlin Blog Posts