Start-up costs are typically so high to build a restaurant from scratch that many current owners prefer to look for an existing restaurant that isn't doing so well and customize it as their own - second location. Joe Ranieri gives tips to restaurant owners buying a second location to expand. Contributor: Joe Ranieri
Evergreen Hills Realty Is A Commercial Property And Business Brokerage Firm. In Addition To Commercial Property Brokerage And Investment, Our Main Focus Is In Selling And Buying Privately Held Small To Mid-Size Companies And Businesses. Over The Years, We Have Sold All Kinds Of Businesses.
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Most owners know that when choosing a broker to help sell your business, it's good to find out about his or her background and maybe get some references of people who've worked with the professional. Before signing a listing agreement, it helps to know these extra things about the business broker. Contributor: Peter Siegel, MBA
First impressions are critical when selling a business - ask any potential business buyer. Peter Siegel, Founder Of BizBen explains why all potential small business sellers need to make sure that first impression is a good one. Contributor: Peter Siegel, MBA
There are companies who specialize in purchasing Business Notes (of course at a discount). You can sell all or part of your note. Peter Siegel, MBA BizBen Founder and ProBuy & ProSell Lead discusses this entire process in his latest article on selling your business note after you sell your business. Contributor: Peter Siegel, MBA
Unlike a traditional brick and mortar business, selling a home business requires more finesse on the part of the seller. You really need to do your due diligence and prepare the business to be sold in order to make it attractive to a buyer. Here are my tips to achieving a successful sale. Contributor: Peter Siegel, MBA
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