Archive for the ‘Business for sale’ Category

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Friday, May 13th, 2011

We are pleased to offer use of Bizilla listing service for Commercial Real Estate Agent

Although Bizilla is still considered one of the “new kids on the block” when it comes to “business for sale” marketplaces – we do Stand Out!  Bizilla is the fastest growing Commercial Real Estate Friendly website on the internet.  We work extremely hard to offer agent the most value for the money.  We listen to our agent and do whatever it takes to meet their needs. (more…)

Enhances Selling Your Business

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

A transition plan that allows the business owner to sell the business for the highest price possible in the shortest amount of time to the most qualified buyer is generally the top of the wish list for most business owners. Because the business owner lives and breathes their business they become emotionally attached to their customers, employees, suppliers and other business partners as the business is a reflection of who they are. (more…)

Sell a Business

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

Selling a privately held business is a complex process. Unlike shares of a publicly held company that can be readily liquidated in a day or two by selling them on the stock market, there is no ‘ready made market’ or exchange for selling a privately held business. (more…)

Before selling your business, consider several questions

Tuesday, March 15th, 2011

A recent article advises business founders to consider several questions before selling a business.

First, owners need to determine what kind of business person they are. Some simply begin a company with the intention of selling it and moving on, while others enjoy the longevity of making a company sustainable.

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A few notes on professional business brokers when selling a company

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

When the time comes, selling a business is really about a series of decisions.

How much is the business worth? How do you go about valuating the business? What type of organization might be interested in buying or at least investing in the company? How should one go about finding such prospects? (more…)

Small business purchasing power still in limbo

Wednesday, January 5th, 2011

Recent figures show the economy headed in the right direction, but small business owners are still struggling in a number of areas, including existing purchasing power and the acquisition of credit and other lending necessities, according to Bloomberg.

A significant portion of small business buying power is employee growth.

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Franchise buying brings potential for the unemployed

Monday, January 3rd, 2011

With the right financial backing, the acquisition of a franchise can be just as rewarding as starting a business from the ground up, with significantly less risk, according to

Unlike the high costs of beginning a new business, franchises can be acquired a much lower cost.

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Selling a business is about timing

Tuesday, December 28th, 2010

One of the keys to selling a business is timing. The decision to exit the company may have been made a while back, but if the market conditions are not ready for the sale, the owner can be left out in the rain.

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Considering a business broker and other acquisition tips for small businesses

Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

When an individual or various business entity is considering buying another company, it is important to remain level-headed, fair and respectful. That being said, everyone involved is still trying to get the best deal possible from the transaction, and good deals do not always line up when competing interests are at stake.

Considerations to keep in mind when buying a franchise

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

According to a recent report by the Census Bureau, one out of every 10 businesses in the U.S. is a franchise. In 2007, the sector accounted for $7.

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