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Brian Loring, Broker Specialist - Los Angeles, Ventura Counties


Contact: Brian Loring, Broker Specialist - Los Angeles, Ventura Counties

Company: ManageVisors

Phones: 661-360-1769 Cell , 661-360-1769 Text



ManageVisors specializes in the sale of contractor businesses and construction companies throughout California. Because we focus exclusively on contractor and construction based services, our seller clients benefit greatly from our transactional & valuation expertise. Brian Loring at 661-360-1769.

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About Brian Loring, Broker Specialist - Los Angeles, Ventura Counties

ManageVisors specializes in the sale of contractor businesses and construction companies throughout California.

We help entrepreneurs who've created excellent lifestyle businesses in the construction, landscaping, plumbing, HVAC, electrical, solar and roofing industries, among others.


Because we focus exclusively on these profitable contractor businesses, our sellers benefit greatly from our transactional and valuation expertise along with our valuable relationships. We are also in a much better position to help strategic buyers and industry investors who understand the purchase value of these highly-desirable companies.


Among the industries we serve:


- Construction
- Landscaping
- Plumbing
- HVAC
- Electrical
- Solar
- Roofing


We spend substantial time and energy making sure your company is "built-to-sell." We want to ensure the business is positioned perfectly for the exit that's right for you, your family and your future.


ManageVisors is a purpose-driven platform with goals extending far beyond the next closed deal. We want to make your business stronger. We want to make your exit bigger. And we hope to make the business sales process better. These aims all tie together

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Landscaping businesses usually have clear dividing lines. Residential customers vs. commercial customers. Maintenance revenues vs. construction revenues. One-man operations vs. large national companies. Here are ways to look at, and potentially improve, the value of your landscaping company. Contributor: Brain Loring, CBB, ARM, CVB
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Is an audit before selling a small business worth it? Brian Loring (Business Broker) explores both the pros and cons of performing an audit before selling a business. Brian details both sides for owners thinking of evaluating if a small business intensive audit is worth the cost and effort. Contributor: Brian Loring, CBB, CVB, ARM
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ManageVisors specializes in the sale of contractor businesses and construction companies throughout California. Because we focus exclusively on contractor and construction based services, our seller clients benefit greatly from our transactional & valuation expertise. Brian Loring at 661-360-1769.
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Are up front fees worth it? In this BizBen Blog post Brian Loring (Business Broker) discusses the pros and cons of owners of small businesses paying business brokers and agents an upfront fee for their services. There are many sides and opinions expressed on this topic by both sellers & brokers! Contributor: Brian Loring CBB, CVB, ARM
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Construction and contractor businesses can be difficult to sell. Licensing requirements, technical experience and owner reliance often create obstacles to getting a deal done. Here are 8 things potential sellers can do before putting your construction or contractor business on the market. Contributor: Brian Loring, CBB, ARM, CVB
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Just 1.8x SDE! This home remodeling company can be operated as a mostly-absentee business. Current owner is not a contractor. The company provides Project Managers with amazing lead gen, marketing and management support in helping homeowners remodel or add onto their properties.   Posting #: 272557   Posted by: Brian Loring.
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Here is a wonderful opportunity to purchase an award-winning, landscape design-and-build company in Orange County. Its best known for creating amazing swimming pools, water features and dream backyards. The company has developed a tremendous reputation and brand awareness among affluent homeowners t   Posting #: 273600   Posted by: Brian Loring.
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This Bay Area window and door manufacturer has built amazing customer loyalty after 35 years in business. They design and make custom windows and doors for luxury homes, commercial buildings, offices and hospitals. They do no installations. All products are delivered to the job site or customer.   Posting #: 272513   Posted by: Brian Loring, CBB, ARM, CVB.
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