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Avoiding the obvious mistakes when selling a small business is important if you want to sell your business. Peter Siegel, Director of BizBen and the BizBen ProSell Program discusses what fatal mistakes business owners should avoid when selling their small to mid-sized California business. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA 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
Steve Erlinger, a laundromat business broker discusses tips on buying a laundry. He also discusses various options for financing a laundry purchase. Options include retirement funds, line of credit on your home, SBA loans etc. Being prepared is the key - getting pre-qualified for financing is best. By Steve Erlinger View All Steve Erlinger 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
If inventory is an asset of the business, why is it treated differently from other assets in setting the business value and conducting the transaction? Tim Cunha, San Francisco Bay Area Business Broker explores this topic about how the inventory amount affects a business valuation. By Tim Cunha View All Tim Cunha 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
If you are planning to offer your small business for sale, you ought to learn about your chances of succeeding. The probability of making a sale depends largely on which of seven seller types describes you. Use this self-test to find out what kind of seller you are and determine if you'll succeed. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
Many business owners fail to maximize their business' value because they don't have a proper strategy in place to do so. Failure to maximize your businesses value will make it harder to attract the most qualified buyers. Have a plan that ensures your business is as attractive & valuable as possible. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
Laundry Broker and Consultant Larry Larsen discusses laundromat due diligence when buying a laundry. He draws on his years as a laundry owner, buyer, and now long time Southern California laundromat broker and consultant. By Larry Larsen View All Larry Larsen Blog Posts
Read why longer leases increase the value of a card or coin laundromat when buying or selling a laundry. Chuck Post (Laundry Broker, Consultant at 619-227-5711) expands on the topic of lease structures on the purchase or selling of a laundromat. He also discusses tips on working with landlords. By Chuck Post View All Chuck Post Blog Posts