Greg DeFoor, founder of DeFoor Business Services, Inc., was honored as a top-selling member of the Georgia Association of Business Brokers (GABB) for 2021. Mr. DeFoor and 13 other business brokers were named to the 2021 Million Dollar Club for helping broker the sale of small, medium and large businesses during a challenging 2021. The
DeFoor Business Services is pleased to announce the sale of McAbee Medical, Inc., a durable medical equipment business headquartered in Decatur, Alabama, with a second location in Huntsville, Alabama, to an undisclosed Alabama based corporate acquirer. DeFoor Business Services represented the seller in this transaction. After closing this business, it got me to thinking about
Selling a larger business is a lot different than selling a smaller one.
Engaging a Business Broker When using a business broker, the broker will do several things right after you’ve engaged the broker to represent you and list your business. They will prepare a blind profile, which gives summary information about the industry and your business without disclosing the name or exact location of the business. Similar
Many business owners don’t know how to sell their business, who to sell it to, how much their business is worth, how long it takes, and who helps business owners sell their business. I hope to help answer some of these questions in this article. If you are a business owner, it is important to
Selling your business can be a long process involving a lot of time and effort from all involved parties (the Buyer, the Seller and the Business Broker).
With a disciplined approach and careful preparation you can maximize the value of your business to prepare it for sale.
Drawing on years of experience as a business broker, Tim Greene provides the keys to a successful business sale.
The old saying the sales price is what a willing buyer would pay a willing seller with neither under compulsion to complete a transaction and both having knowledge of all of the relevant facts holds true.
Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder and value has been and will always be subject to opinion since there is no clear-cut way to value a business.