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|Helpful Resources To Assist In Selling And Buying California Businesses|
|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.
|Bob Hughes: Business Broker, Palm Springs Area
Bob Hughes is a business broker & is President of Hughes Properties. Hughes has a wide variety of entrepreneurial experience with the personal ownership & sale of numerous businesses, and has sold over 200 small & mid-sized businesses in the Riverside County marketplace. Call Bob at 760-323-8311.
|Christina Lazuric, CBI, Business Broker - Orange County
California's Premier Brokerage for Selling Orange County Service Based Businesses since 2005! C.B.B. provides a step by step approach to Business Brokerage, Mergers & Acquisitions, Business Consulting and Valuations. We work on creating the best possible presentation for your business!
|Timothy Cunha, JD - Business Broker, SF Bay Area
I am an experienced entrepreneur, attorney, & business professor. I & my EvergreenGold® team offer business owners sound advice & expertise to build business value & achieve profitable sales. Call me today for a FREE business evaluation & SWOT analysis for your business anywhere in the USA.
|Ranvir S. Sandhu, Esq. - Legal Services For Buyers And Sellers
I've worked at top Bay Area law firms and have extensive experience with business entity formation, mergers, dissolutions, conversions, employment matters, including experience in reviewing and negotiating transactional documents such as leases and purchase agreements.
|Joe Sandbank, Esq. - Legal Services
I have provided legal counsel to business buyers, sellers and brokers for over 17 years. With prior experience as a business broker and SBA loan officer, Joe brings both a practical and legal approach to all aspects of the business acquisition process.
|Willard Michlin, CPA, Certified Fraud Examiner, Due Diligence Services
Willard Michlin, CPA #106752, offers buyers step by step training & assistance in doing Due Diligence Services when they are thinking of making an offer, or are in process of investigating a business purchase. He helps to determine the actual net profit even when there is cash. Call 805-428-2063.
|Mark Chatow, Esq.: Legal Services For Buying, Selling Businesses
Mark has a broad range of small business purchase & sale experience from analyzing potential acquisition targets to successfully guiding buyers and sellers through the purchase & sale of small businesses. Mark can assist with contracts, negotiations, legal matters, etc. Reach Mark at 949-478-8393.
|Related Articles, Events, Blog Posts, Discussions, Videos, Interviews|
|Valuing A Business - Do You Add The Inventory Amount To The Price Or Not?
A business buyer asks how to handle the inventory amount in the purchase price of a business. Do you add the inventory value to the business value? Peter Siegel, MBA (Business Purchase Financing Expert, ProBuy & ProSell Program Advisor ) answers this question with the BizBen Network of advisors.
|Differences Between Business Appraisers, CPA's, And Due Diligence Experts
What are the differences between a Business Appraiser, CPA auditor and Due Diligence Expert - and why should you care? Insights from Willard Michlin, CPA in his latest BizBen blog post that will be useful for someone engaged in, or planning to conduct due diligence in the future
|Is Crowd Funding A Viable Way To Raise Money To Purchase A Small Business?
We're hearing more and more about "crowd funding" through sites like gofundme and kickstarter as a possible way to raise the cash needed to buy a small business. This method of collecting funds has proven successful in other kinds of situations. Could this strategy work when buying a small business?
|What Factors Are Considered In Valuing A Small Business? Advisors Weigh In
Valuing a small business is not guess work. It's not what some other businesses of the same type may have or may not have been sold for, it's not even what a business owner "feels" they want or deserve. It is a formula based on many factors. Peter Siegel, MBA from BizBen & others discuss this topic.
|Bob Hughes Discusses: Due Diligence Considerations Before Buying A Business
Coachella Valley business broker Bob Hughes (760-323-8311), discusses the need for due-diligence and items that should be collected & investigated by the buyer during this critical process of buying a small business. Read his latest blog post on due diligence considerations before buying a business!
|Sellers Ask: How Long Should I Wait For The Buyer To Do Their Due Diligence?
Business sellers & buyers ask the question in the buying process-how long should I ask for due-diligence when buying a small business? The answer really depends on several factors. They include: type of business, demand for the business, complexity of the business. Advisors weigh in on this topic.
|Is Starting With A Higher Selling Price A Good Strategy? The Pros Debate
Is it a good idea to start with a higher sales price for your business when going to market? San Francisco Bay Area Business Broker Rob Hartman initiates this Discussion on BizBen with other Advisors And Intermediaries on BizBen discussing this basic strategy of selling a small business in CA.
|The Bottomline: What Exactly Is Adjusted Net Income, SDC, And Cash Flow?
The use of add backs & adjusted net income is common among sellers of businesses when showing their financial information/performance. But buyers are cautioned to review financials and tax returns / documents closely. Peter Siegel, MBA with BizBen (ProBuy & ProSell, Financing Expert) explains.
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