Raj has spent the past 15 years as a Business Broker, Owner & Developer. He has extensive experience and deep knowledge in many different industries. He specializes in brokering Business Opportunities across many industries all across Southern California. I am CBB certified.
100% help run. The profits reflected is by substituting the manager. In 2018, manager's salary was approximately $32.5K. The manager had 3 assistant managers whose wages were approx. $61K combined, this has not been used as an add-back, however, the seller believes that this amount can be reduced. Posting #: 258562 Posted by: Raj Parikh CBB, CBI, MBA.
This Behavioral Health Practice provides behavioral health services to the to North San Bernardino County. They are a multi-disciplinary team of Marriage and Family Therapists, Social Workers, Psychologists, Psychiatrists and Drug and Alcohol Counselors. They offer individual, family, child and more Posting #: 258561 Posted by: Raj Parikh CBB, CBI, MBA.
About the Business: 100% help run. The profits reflected is by substituting the manager. In 2018, manager's salary was approximately $51K. Easy to operate. This well-known chain is based out of Southern California and is known for its health focused menu and has managed to differentiate itself. Posting #: 258563 Posted by: Raj Parikh CBB, CBI, MBA.
Established in 2017, this transportation company has grown to approx. $5M anticipated 2019 revenue. The company initially stated with 5 trucks and a mom-and-pop style operation to 18 trucks today with a structure and management in place. This company is a prime candidate for acquisition. Posting #: 257478 Posted by: Raj Parikh CBB, CBI, MBA.
The company was recently awarded approximately $10M+ contract to be performed over the span of 2 years. The company bids on projects on an ongoing basis and the new buyer can expect to take over ongoing and potential future project/s upon purchase. Posting #: 248376 Posted by: Raj Parikh CBB, CBI, MBA.
Are business buyers too impulsive and impatient about initial asking prices? I feel buyers of businesses should first explore the small to mid-sized business being sold and then come to some conclusion on a potential price to offer - I would like to see what others have to say about this topic. Contributor: Raj Parikh CBB, CBI, MBA