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. Contributor: Joe Ranieri
Any deal when selling a business tends to have a life of its own. Joe Ranieri discusses a restaurant deal in Orange County that has had many twists and turns. This article shows what types of issues can and do come up when selling a business or in this case a restaurant. Contributor: Joe Ranieri
Business established 50 years. On busy street open: 5 Days Short Hours low rent tap beers from around the world. good parking great sandwiches and salads with beer and wine can change menu to Asian upon approval best location in Costa Mesa. Near shopping centers and entertainment area. Posting #: 260946 Posted by: Joe Ranieri.
Great area in orange county close to college with large patio. No Franchise independent operations. Located in major shopping center close to banks, market, drugstore Semi- Absentee Run includes all fixtures and equipment a turn - key operations. Real pride in ownership. approx 1,600 sq. ft. Posting #: 254271 Posted by: Joe Ranieri.
Great location on Imperial Hwy and Main street busy area in shopping center. Corner location. P&L for 2019. Open 6 days closed on Sundays. Nice equipment. Posting #: 256160 Posted by: Joe Ranieri.
This Vietnamese cuisine they serve regional dishes with a easy menu. Best location next to McDonald's with a cozy corner location. Open 6 days closed on Sundays with a garden green Patio on busy street a must see, a turn key operations. Low rent. Great street visibility. Posting #: 258289 Posted by: Joe Ranieri.
Nestled in the hills of Laguna Niguel; a favored place of local residents of Nellie Gail Ranch and Joaquin Hills. Features a large variety of wines in state-of-art wine system. Decked out with copper ceilings, brick ovens and casual atmosphere, turnkey operation.pizza; New York style. Wine Napa bar Posting #: 258643 Posted by: Joe Ranieri.
Major brand 76 gas station with C- store & more with property. Off 57 freeway high traffic area high fuel margin mini mart high sales no competitions with extra income. Completely remodeled inside and out. Approx. margin gross profit 30 cents to 50 cents. Turn key business beautiful equipment. Posting #: 255667 Posted by: Joe Ranieri.
Pizza and Beer tavern with game room. New York style. Corner location in major shopping center, with Ralph market. Near industrial commercial park, close to convention center, close to high school and college. Street visibility is great. Established in 1976. Seller need to sell health issues. Posting #: 251215 Posted by: Joe Ranieri.
Bar and cafe down the coast is a neighborhood bar and cafe with #47 liquor and craft beers is a local watering hole where you can eat and drink in the friendly area of surf city. Surrounded by many apartments and lots of homes within minutes to P.C.H. in nice shopping center. 47 liquor license Posting #: 257987 Posted by: Joe Ranieri.
Having owned retail/restaurant businesses for over 20 years, my interest turned to selling businesses rather than owning them. I specialize in LA & Orange County restaurants, fast food independents and chains, bars, & liquor stores. Call 714-292-5448 Cell/Text.
First, we must define, who are the Millennials? The exact years are up for debate, but Millennials were born during approximately between 1981-1986, which today would be between 22 and 37 years of age. Joe Ranieri looks at what these buyers are looking for and what qualities they seek in businesses. Contributor: Joe Ranieri
Can a seller of a small business back out of an ongoing escrow? Probably, yes, it all depends how far along the escrow is, which will dictate how messy things will get for both owner & buyer. Joe Ranieri (Southern California Business Broker) gives his feedback with others on this BizBen Discussion. Contributor: Joe Ranieri
A point of back ground, back in 2016, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law an increase to the state minimum wage from $10 to $15 per hour. The increase is gradual and goes up about a dollar a year and maxes out at $15 an hour in 2022. Here is some advice in handling this new increase. Contributor: Joe Ranieri
Butcher shops, once a vestige, are increasingly becoming popular again in many metropolitan and suburban cities. In this Discussion Post on BizBen, Joe Ranieri (Orange County & LA County Business Broker) discusses various issues of buying a butcher shop and what that entails for business buyers. Contributor: Joe Ranieri
Pool Halls/Billiards in America, currently is seeing a resurgence, mainly due to pool hall owners catering to a millennial crowd who is growing up with playing pool and other games on their phones and later mingling with others and playing the sport for real. Read about the best tips for buying one! Contributor: Joe Ranieri
My restaurant recently upgraded its beer with wine license to a full-service liquor license, and if I sell, how much can that increase my selling price? A Southern California restaurant broker specialist initiates this discussion and other advisors, business brokers, agents weigh in on this topic. Contributor: Joe Ranieri
Should small business owners/sellers give potential buyers direct access to their tax returns (and potentially to copies direct from the IRS) either before or during the due diligence process? Several business brokers and advisors discuss this topic on BizBen Discussions. Contributor: Joe Ranieri
Buying a seasonal small business restaurant can be challenging, but Joe Ranieri a business broker restaurant specialist and others in this BizBen Discussion review multiple ways to offset these factors and still get the most from buying and operating a small to mid-sized seasonal restaurant. Contributor: Joe Ranieri
Every business broker knows that a listing taken is not a listing sold, in fact the ratio of listed vs. sold could be discouraging if you really thought about it. Joe Ranieri (Orange County Business Broker) discusses what you should do if you finally have to close the doors and call it quits. Contributor: Joe Ranieri