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Business Brokers License
Share This:Do I need a License to be a Business Broker?? We get this question at least once a week; “Do I need a business brokers license?” The short answer is, “it depends”. First of all, I want to be clear that we’re talking about a professional license, like a
Business Valuation
Share This:Can I Charge for a Business Valuation?? We get this question from business brokers all the time. They know that valuing a business requires a good deal of their time – time that could be spent marketing businesses that they have already listed – and a good deal of
Share This:Once More: The Importance of the Valuation! NOTE: This post was originally geared toward business brokers and those that wanted to become business brokers. However, because it discusses how to value a business, much of the information, particularly the downloadable data at the bottom, is also pertinent to business
Closing Handshake
Share This:                             Closing the Deal! Indeed, what does a business broker do? We get this question all the time from all sorts of people who you would otherwise think were intelligent individuals. There are real estate brokers that sell houses, bond brokers that sell corporate and government bonds, visa brokers
Share This:If you’re considering selling a business, let’s discuss some of the myriad issues involved. From taxes and financing instruments to training the buyer and keeping the transaction confidential, there are dozens of issues that must be considered when it comes time to think about selling a business. We’re going
Share This:How do Lease Terms Impact the Business? If you’re buying a business, what should you look for in the lease? Well, that depends. Let’s examine some of the issues. The most obvious one is the rental rate. If the business you’re buying leases its location from an unrelated party
Share This:What are the Pros and Cons of Buying the Real Estate with the Business? If you’re buying a business, should you buy any real estate that the business owns? Well, that depends. Let’s look at some of the upsides and downsides. For starters, most business owners would prefer to
Share This:What do you do if real estate is involved in the business sale? This is a question we get all the time. You meet with the sellers; you find out that either the business owns the real estate or that the sellers own the business and the real estate
Share This:What is “co-brokering” and why is it important? The answer to the first part of that question is that co-brokering is the concept of working with other brokers. The answer to the second part is two-fold: First, because 50% of something is always greater than 100% of nothing –
Green Shade
Share This:     Where’d that $100,000 go? Like all professions, the Business Broker/Business Advisor profession has its own keywords and phrases that, in many case, our clients don’t immediately understand. “Contract work in progress” is one such phrase as is the term “working capital”. Those terms, however, aren’t necessarily pertinent to
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