Licensed Business Brokers
The primary service as licensed business brokers is the representation of companies for sale through an exclusive listing agreement.
Whether selling an owner-operated small business, a middle market business or a large company with multiple locations, selling a business is a complex process that requires a special set of skills. Our client companies are presented to potential buyers in a confidential manner, allowing sellers to run their day-to-day business while we look for a suitable buyer
Business Sales – Mergers & Acquisitions
We specialize in the sale of businesses from small, owner-operated businesses to large corporate entities. We do not place internal restrictions on what size business we can represent and analyze each project, large or small, based on our respective skill sets and whether or not we can adequately represent our client. We have experience representing our sellers to individual buyers, private equity groups and large corporate acquirers.
We provide representation and consulting services related to business acquisitions and transaction support.
How Much Would My Business Sell For?
The ultimate answer is what a willing buyer would pay for your business. As business brokers, we have resources available to us to help you determine the list price or asking price of your business. We have access to industries rules of thumb and sold business comps. Depending on your industry, we can research what other businesses your size are currently listed for. We’ll use our experience and resources to help you determine a price that will balance maximizing your proceeds with being an attractive acquisition target.
How The Selling Process Works
As Business Brokers and Intermediaries, we review your financial records and company assets to arrive at a recommended asking price for your business, list the business for sale, gather and aggregate information into a “package” to give to prospective buyers, obtain a Confidentiality Agreement from every buyer prospect, screen and interview buyers, provide preliminary information, arrange buyer-seller meetings, coordinate the exchange of additional information between buyer and seller, assist with negotiating price and terms, and oversee all of the steps necessary to get you from the original buyer inquiry through closing.