|Helpful Resources To Assist In Selling And Buying California Businesses|
|Lee Petsas, Business Broker - Orange, San Diego Counties, Inland Empire
UBI Business Brokers has been successfully selling businesses in Southern California since 1965. Our Agents have over 100 years of experience in selling small to medium size businesses throughout Southern California. We service Orange County, Inland Empire, San Diego. Phone Lee at 714-363-0440.
|Rick Carlson, Business Broker - Southern California
You Will Never Feel Lost In The Shuffle. Many Brokers Simply Send Out An NDA And That's The End Of Communication. All Buyers Receive A Personal Meeting With An Ace Acquisition Specialist So They Can Recommend The Perfect Business For You. Phone Rick direct at 800-985-4939.
|Mike Brewer: Liquor License Brokers, ABC Consulting Services
Liquor license brokerage and consulting services. We provide: Alcohol License Transfers Application Consulting & Processing, Liquor License Purchases & Sales, City Zoning Permits & Land Use Entitlements, Public Convenience or Necessity Findings and Letters. Phone Mike Brewer direct at 800-437-1100.
|Steve Zimmerman: Restaurant Broker Specialist
Steve founded Restaurant Realty in 1996. He has personally sold/leased over 900 restaurants, bars & clubs, & completed over 3000 valuations. The author of "Restaurant Dealmaker - An Insider's Trade Secrets For Buying a Restaurant, Bar or Club" available on Amazon. Reach Steve direct at 415-945-9701.
|Joe Ranieri, Business Broker, Orange & LA County Areas
Having owned retail/restaurant businesses for over 20 years, my interest turned to listing and selling businesses rather than owning them. I specialize tend to specialize in Orange County high volume restaurants, fast food independents and chains, bars and liquor stores. Call 714-292-5448.
|Peter Siegel, MBA - SBA Loans, Non SBA Financing Assistance
For over 25 years I have provided niche business purchase financial advisory and loan placement services with SBA and Non-SBA Loans, Retirement Plan Conversions, Private Investors, etc. Financing amounts available: $20K to $7MM. Call today to get pre-qualified or receive financing: 866-270-6278.
|Related Articles, Events, Blog Posts, Discussions, Videos, Interviews|
|What Are Some Possible Reasons Why My Broker Didn't Sell My Small Business?
What are some reasons a business that was previously on the market with another broker didn't sell? Every broker or agent understands that not every business they list will result in a sale. Joe Ranieri (Orange County Business Broker) and others explain why some brokers fail at selling a listing.
|Selling Buying Used Restaurant Equipment-Tips For Restaurant Buyers, Sellers
The restaurant business is a tough business to be in, no one can dispute that, and so it's imperative that an owner's equipment is in good working condition. A new owner should make sure that the restaurant's equipment is in good working order before they close escrow. Joe Ranieri gives his tips.
|What Are Some Tips In Ensuring A Smooth Transition When Buying A Business?
Changing hands of ownership can seem both exciting & daunting to all parties involved, but it's important that a smooth transition occurs to maintain or achieve success of the business. Joe Ranieri (Orange And LA County Business Broker - Restaurant Specialist) shares some tips with business buyers.
|How Long Should Business Brokers Hold On To Their Client And Deal Files?
As the year winds down, it's tempting for business brokers to go through their old files and throw them out to make room for new client’s folders, but that would be foolish. Joe Ranieri (Orange County Business broker) discusses strategies for saving files - a key annual strategy for brokers/agents.
|Is Your First Offer Received Usually The Best Offer When Selling A Business?
Should you accept that first offer when selling a business? Brokers and agents agree that the first 30 days are probably the most critical when selling a small business - but should you take that first offer? Joe Ranieri (Orange and LA County Business Broker) starts this great Discussion on BizBen.
|Buyer Asks: Is Buying A Service Based Business A Good Choice These Days?
I've been selling businesses a long time & I get many calls from buyers who are open to buying something but aren't sure what would be a good investment. I'll get asked what I would buy if I was them and my answer is always the same, "a service business". Business broker Chris Lazurik explains.
|Buying A Restaurant With Financing: 5 Options For Restaurant Business Buyers
In this Discussion, Peter Siegel MBA (Business Purchase Financing Advisor at 925-785-3118) discusses financing of purchasing a small to mid-sized restaurant business (with or without real estate). When it comes to financing a restaurant, potential restaurant buyers have many options to choose from.
|Upgrading Liquor License: An Increase In Price When I Sell My Restaurant?
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? Joe Ranieri, Southern California restaurant broker specialist initiates this discussion and other advisors, business brokers, agents weigh in.
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