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When To Sell Your Business Timing When To Sell Your Small Business - Many Factors Play A Part

Posted By: Christina Lazuric: Business Broker - CA, TX.   Determining the right time to sell a private business is as much an art as a science, because there are so many factors at play and each business is unique. The timing of a business sale is critical. Christina Lazuric, CBI, Orange County Business Broker discusses this topic on this BizBen Blog post.
Landlord Issues Selling A Business Landlord Issues: Working With Landlords When Selling Or Buying A Business

Posted By: Christina Lazuric: Business Broker - CA, TX.   As a business broker, one of the most difficult parts of my job is dealing with landlords. Orange County is synonymous for unscrupulous landlords, and complicated, one sided leases. Christina Lazuric an Orange County Business Broker discusses dealing with landlords.
Buying A Business Strategies When Seemingly Smart Buyers Make Fatally Not So Smart Decisions!

Posted By: Christina Lazuric: Business Broker - CA, TX.   If you are buying a small business, you probably have really good ideas about changes you would like to implement and ideas to sell more, be more efficient and more organized. Christina Lazuric an Orange County business broker chats about business buyers and their decision making processes.
Broker Cooperation Selling A Business Before You Select A Business Broker - Do They Co-Broker?

Posted By: Christina Lazuric: Business Broker - CA, TX.   To receive the fullest exposure for selling their business, small business owner/sellers should make sure their listing broker or agent is co-operating with other business brokers and agents on their deal. Christina Lazuric a Orange County business broker discusses this topic with BizBen Users.
Emotional Side Of Selling A Business Selling Your Business - The Emotional Side Of Business Brokering

Posted By: Christina Lazuric: Business Broker - CA, TX.   The first broker I ever worked for said, "Every deal you have will die at least 5 times before it closes. How you handle that, will determine whether you can survive doing this for a living." As I enter my 11th year doing this, I still smile at that memory because it is as true today as it was then.
Buying A Tax Service Business Or CPA Firm Buying A Tax Service Business Or CPA Firm

Posted By: Christina Lazuric: Business Broker - CA, TX.   Southern California business broker Christina Lazuric discusses strategies for buying tax practices and accounting businesses for sale.
What I Learned About Earn Outs What I Learned About Earn Outs - Advice From A Business Broker

Posted By: Christina Lazuric: Business Broker - CA, TX.   Christina Lazuric, a business broker in Southern California explores earn-outs and her experiences of structuring one on her latest deal.
Understanding Seller Discretionary Earnings | BizBen Understanding Seller Discretionary Earnings

Posted By: Christina Lazuric: Business Broker - CA, TX.   Christina Lazuric, an Orange County Business Broker shares her views with BizBen.com blog readers on understanding seller discretionary earnings when buying or selling a small business for sale.
Considerations When Buying A Wholesale, Distribution Business Considerations When Buying A Wholesale, Distribution Business

Posted By: Christina Lazuric: Business Broker - CA, TX.   I've sold many wholesale/distribution businesses and there are some particular things that you should considering when making the decision to purchase this type of business. Christina Lazuric is an Orange County Business Broker shares her experiences of working with these types of businesses.
Don't Disregard Older Listings! Looking To Buy A Business? Don't Disregard Older Listings!

Posted By: Christina Lazuric: Business Broker - CA, TX.   Most potential business buyers think that they have seen everything that there is to see when looking to buy a California small business. A great strategy overlooked is to go back and review mature business for sale listings. Business broker Christina Lazuric explains why in her latest blog post/article.

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