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The answer is that success lies in the control of the Laundry Operator who is willing to address the questions and make the modifications to better service today's service conscious customers. For those that pay attention and take action the future looks better than ever. By Chuck Post View All Chuck Post Blog Posts
Bakeries service all occasions from weddings, birthdays, retirement, and a whole host of other special occasions. Many bakeries do a brisk retail business, but really make their money in catering. Joe Ranieri a Southern California Business Broker looks at the top tips when trying to sell a bakery. By Joe Ranieri View All Joe Ranieri Blog Posts
What are actual adjusted net earnings of a company being purchased with business acquisition financing? That's the figure to know and to provide a lender. Peter Siegel, MBA at 925-785-3118 (business purchase financing expert with both SBA loans and non SBA loan financing) reviews this concept. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
Due to the current state of the credit markets and bank financing, seller financing when selling a California small business is more important then ever in a business sale. Lee Petsas, Southern California business broker walks us through the nuances of owner carry notes - seller financing. By Lee Petsas View All Lee Petsas Blog Posts
One of the most important steps in buying a business is doing your due diligence. When buying a California winery, there are three major areas to focus your attention during this period of research. Learn about these three factors in this BizBen blog post on wine industry due diligence for buyers. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
It is not uncommon for Sellers to get uncomfortable when a Buyer requires a loan to purchase the Seller's business. Often times Sellers will say "the Buyer is the one getting the loan; why am I the one under the microscope?" 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.
What is the extent of the buyer's obligation to investigate a business before purchasing it? Chuck Post a specialist in assisting buyers and sellers with coin laundries in California explores his views on laundry due-diligence. By Chuck Post View All Chuck Post Blog Posts
There are a handful of key asset categories in allocating or breaking down the purchase price allocation of a business sale. The allocation is required to complete the transaction. Lee Petsas, a Southern California business broker reviews this topic in detail for buyers and sellers of businesses. By Lee Petsas View All Lee Petsas Blog Posts
Knowing how to advertise a business for sale without revealing too much is an important skill for anyone who wants to find a buyer for a small or mid-sized California business at a good price. One caution about giving too much detail is that it might identify the company and ruin confidentiality. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts