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Sixteen years full-time Seller and Buyer representation and advisory services throughout California. Complete Acquisition Services including: Consultation, Evaluation/Appraisal, Marketing, Finance Placement, Negotiations, Deal Management, Deal Structuring, Due Diligence, Third Party Intermediary ...
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Areas Served: Sacramento Area And Sierra Foothills
MBA Business Services provides business expertise related to the divestiture and acquisition of middle-market companies. MBA has represented sellers & acquirers of quality businesses since 1980 throughout Northern California. Counties served include Sacramento, El Dorado, Placer, Yolo, Sonoma, etc.
Specializing in Restaurant & Bars in Central and Northern California. I believe it is vital to have the seller and buyer be informed during all phases of the transaction and have both parties feel they are in a win/win environment.
Liquor License Broker for large and small clients alike. Service all of California, on and off sale licenses. Have Escrow and consulting services available in-house. Professional attitude and honest work ethic. Call Dean Vasquez at 949-315-7892.
Locally owned and operated with more than 25 years of experience in the pool industry, Poolwerx wants to be the company you depend on for all your high-quality pool supply and service needs. Poolwerx stores and technicians stock a selection of high-quality chemicals, equipment, and accessories.
Asking the seller straightforward questions and getting straightforward answers in return is an important part of the buying and due diligence process. In this Discussion, both ProIntermediaries and Advisors offer thorough questions you should be asking during your meeting with a business seller.
A business buyer in our ProBuy Program searching to buy a small business asked me to sum up what I thought the biggest mistakes business buyers make when they search for and bought a small business. I asked ProIntermediaries on BizBen their thoughts on the matter and received a diverse response.
In this month's Business Buyer survey for BizBen.com, we asked participants in our ProBuy Program and 250 other random business buyers what they look for and avoid when looking at a business for sale postings online. Of the 20 potential posting characteristics we asked about, 8 stood out with most.
When selling your small business, you'll be bombarded with questions - from the brilliant to the ridiculous. You need to be prepared. Here are some of the key questions you can expect to be asked. Tim Cunha (SF Bay Area Business Broker) reviews many of these possible questions from potential buyers.
Should small business owners/sellers or brokers/agents give potential buyers direct access to past company tax returns and financials (profit & loss statements) either before or pre the due diligence process? Multiple ProIntermediaries and ProAdvisors discuss this topic on this BizBen Discussion.
Being prepared when potential buyers contact you about your business for sale is a good idea. Too many sellers (and brokers) are unprepared & miss good opportunities or get involved with unqualified buyers. This Discussion post and answers from ProIntermediaries on BizBen assist with this issue.
When selling a small business you always run the risk of a lawsuit. They aren't as common as one may think in this litigious world in which we live in, but whenever there is money exchanging hands & attorneys involved the stage is set for a lawsuit. Various ProIntermediaries share their viewpoints.
What percentage of businesses for sale that are advertised and/or sold are pocket listings? What is the best way to find out about pocket listings? Are they advertised? Are they a big part of the businesses sold marketplace? In this Discussion ProIntermediaries and ProAdvisors discuss this topic.
The use of add backs & sellers discretionary cash is common among sellers of businesses when showing their financial information & explaining that the buyer will actually enjoy more profit than is shown. But buyers are cautioned to review documents closely. Peter Siegel, MBA with BizBen explains.
When considering buying a business that is losing money one has to be very careful. There are reasons that the business could be losing money that aren't fatal or extremely difficult to fix and there are other reasons that should send you running in the other direction. ProIntermediaries discuss.