If you are planning to offer your small business for sale, you ought to learn about your chances of succeeding. The probability of making a sale depends largely on which of seven seller types describes you. Use this self-test to find out what kind of seller you are and determine if you'll succeed. Contributor: Peter Siegel, MBA
Many business owners fail to maximize their business' value because they don't have a proper strategy in place to do so. Failure to maximize your businesses value will make it harder to attract the most qualified buyers. Have a plan that ensures your business is as attractive & valuable as possible. Contributor: Peter Siegel, MBA
Art Blumenthal LLC provides business brokerage, valuations, and exit planning consulting to businesses of all sizes. The company specializes in the automotive aftermarket on a nationwide basis, representing leading chains, franchises, and independent dealers.
Showing your business when selling is one of the most important steps in the sale process & how it is done will greatly affect the selling price. There are two areas to be concerned with, how the business looks & how you react to the prospective buyer. Contributor: Peter Siegel, MBA
Should business opportunity offering include the real estate? There are no right or wrong answers to the question about whether the seller of a business should include the real property, or sell the company only and continue on as the landlord/lady. Peter Siegel With BizBen.com explores this issue. Contributor: Peter Siegel
Business brokerage services in the San Francisco and Bay Area. If you are looking to sell or buy a business in the San Francisco Bay Area give me a call.
The quickest way to sell a gas station is to first do preparatory tasks before even looking for a buyer. Owners often make the mistake of getting transaction experts to help sell their gas station without even collecting the right information and doing an internal analysis of their own. Contributor: Peter Siegel, MBA
The coin laundry is an all-cash, necessity of life service business. What could be better? Yet, understanding how the business justifies such a high purchase price is baffling. In fact, many times the value is so misunderstood that it results in investors over-paying. Sometimes grossly over-paying. Contributor: Chuck Post
Specializing in selling bars, taverns, and restaurants throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.
Looking to buy a California gas station? Consider these five questions first before buying a gas station, saving lots of money & headaches. Peter Siegel, MBA and Founder of BizBen.com and BizBen's Top Advisor for the BizBen ProBuy and ProSell Programs discusses this topic of buying CA gas stations. Contributor: Peter Siegel
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