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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.
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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 866-270-6278 (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
There are a number of standard appraisal methods used to value a business that include, Asset approach, Income approach, Market approach (Comps), Capitalization of Earnings and Discounted Future Earnings. Bob Klein, a business valuation professional shares his view on searching for market value. By Bob Klein View All Bob Klein Blog Posts
Only 30% of all California Businesses for sale that are put on the market overall are sold! A surprising statistic to most business owners, agents, and brokers trying to sell a California business! If however you follow the strategies below (from the BizBen ProSell Program) you should see success! By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
The laundry lease is undoubtedly of the highest element of value of the laundry investment. It is critical to get and to keep your lease in line with the operating model that is intended for your laundry. Chuck Post, laundry consultant and broker covers this topic. By Chuck Post View All Chuck Post Blog Posts
Willard Michlin, CPA a California due diligence consultant discusses finding that passion about your work when buying a small business. In this article he explores how to tap into that passion when searching for and buying your special California small business. By Willard Michlin View All Willard Michlin 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
Some entrepreneurs believe it's better to start a business from scratch rather than buy an existing enterprise. While this may be good advice in some cases, usually it's not the best strategy. Here are five tips to help a buyer make the right decision from Peter Siegel On BizBen. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
Financing a business purchase has become more difficult in the past couple of years. But buyers and sellers of small and mid-sized businesses are finding other ways to raise the money needed to complete their transactions. Peter Siegel, MBA with BizBen discusses these ideas with BizBen Blog readers. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
Many California small business investors want to buy a restaurant. People always need to eat; there should be plenty of business. And some buyers think there is prestige to owning a popular eating establishment. But it isn't an easy purchase. Here's what not to do when planning to buy a restaurant. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts