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While the plan to buy a yogurt business for sale can be a good financial move, there are some items potential business buyers should know about. Here are three guidelines from Peter Siegel, MBA at BizBen.com. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
Recent updates with BizBen Fast Track ads (featured ads) are numerous. First you can add pictures to all your Fast Track ads your self in either when adding an ad or editing an existing ad on BizBen. Advertising Accounts with multiple ads - in the Multi-Ad advertising program can switch their Fast Track ads at anytime online and can order additional Fast Track ads at a discounted price at this time. Also prices on Fast Track ads have been reduced for the time by 50% off the original price. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
The three most widely used sources of funds for financing business purchase assets are buyer's cash, seller financing, and SBA bank loans. Peter Siegel, MBA with BizBen.com and an SBA loan consultant & placement specialist explains the differences between them. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
One change that is emerging from the challenged business brokerage industry is several new types of business buyers many business brokers and agents are now seeing. Ron Hottes (business broker in Southern California) discusses the traits of these business buyers.
Tips about how to sell a business have changed since the economic crisis. Owners who want to retire or engage in a different business should understand some of the principals for successfully selling a business in the current market. Peter Siegel, MBA with BizBen.com offers four key ideas. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
While a purchase agreement is a binding contract with rights and obligations for each party that contains all the terms and conditions of the transaction; a preceding Letter Of Intent (LOI) is often overlooked for its significance. Business broker, KC Choi explains the difference between an LOI and a purchase agreement in this BizBen article. By Aaron Baumann View All Aaron Baumann Blog Posts
KC Choi, a Southern California business broker discusses that owner/sellers should not hold back on negative information about the business when listing a new business with a business broker or agent. Withholding negative information about the business being sold from both intermediaries and potential buyers until escrow or at the end of the deal often derails the transaction with both parties losing out. By Aaron Baumann View All Aaron Baumann Blog Posts
Asking potential buyers questions before releasing information is important to the seller. Here is a list of questions to ask and items to consider before releasing information to potential business buyers. Business broker KC Choi picks the top 15 questions and points of information he asks potential buyers on businesses he has for sale. By Aaron Baumann View All Aaron Baumann Blog Posts
Pent-up demand helped to push the number of sales of small and mid-sized California businesses sold by business brokers, agents, and business owners last month ahead of the February 2010 figures. The growth was aided also by an increase in SBA loan approvals statewide. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts