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6 Successful Traits Of Top California Business Brokers: New Survey Results
The latest BizBen.com survey of California Business Brokers and Agents outlined what it takes to be a top ten percent performer in the business brokerage industry. From good communication to utilizing your resources, these traits are something to take note of and put into practice to be successful.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Landlord Issues: Working With Landlords When Selling Or Buying A Business
As a business broker, one of the most difficult parts of my job is dealing with landlords. Orange County is synonymous for unscrupulous landlords, and complicated, one sided leases. Christina Lazuric an Orange County Business Broker discusses dealing with landlords.  By Christina Lazuric, CBI   View All Christina Lazuric, CBI Blog Posts
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4 Reasons Why Business Brokers Do Not Cooperate With Other Brokers
Despite challenges in the business for sale marketplace, some of the brokers who make a living by facilitating a deal between buyer and seller are known to stand in the way of a completed transaction because of some outdated ideas. Too bad they put greed ahead of the needs of their clients.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Advertising A Business For Sale: Best And Worst - Words, Phrases, Strategies
Selling a business is hard enough but using the wrong word, text, and strategy can really delay or outright kill a campaign to sell a small business successfully. Peter Siegel, MBA Founder of BizBen.com shares what words, phrases, and strategies work (and not) when selling a small business online.   By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Deposits With Purchase Agreements - Rules And Guidelines
Lee Petsas, a Southern California business broker explores: How much consideration should I give as deposit? Are Deposits refundable and when? Cashing deposits & opening escrow, Return of deposit to buyer, Why do we take a deposit from buyers when preparing & executing a purchase agreement contract?  By Lee Petsas   View All Lee Petsas Blog Posts
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Six Seller Secrets: Avoid These Errors When Selling A California Business
Recognizing that 70% of the California small and mid-market-sized businesses offered to buyers are never sold, and that some of the obvious reasons - over-pricing, inadequate records, insufficient lease - have been discussed in detail, it might be useful to point out lesser known problems.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Tips On Selling A Restaurant Business: Appealing To Restaurant Buyers During COVID
ProIntermediary, Joe Ranieri (Business Broker) shares what buyers are looking for in this unprecedented market. COVID-19 has made curb appeal more important than ever when selling a restaurant. Sellers still have the power to attract buyers in this market with focus of a few key requirements.  By Joe Ranieri   View All Joe Ranieri Blog Posts
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Hiring A Business Broker? Ask These Questions First, Then Decide
The key to finding the ideal business broker or agent and selling a small business is asking the right questions and getting the right answers back! Peter Siegel, MBA with BizBen & several top business brokers and agents in California (ProIntermediaries) contribute to this topic to assist sellers.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Business Sellers: Watch For These Business Broker Questionable Practices
Lee Petsas (Southern California Business Broker) shares his concerns regarding some questionable business practices by some California Business Brokers lately. Other Business Brokers and Advisors weigh in as well on this BizBen Blog post with other "dirty tricks" they have observed and heard about.  By Lee Petsas   View All Lee Petsas Blog Posts
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In Defense Of Upfront Broker Fees: Why Owners Should Pay Brokers Upfront
Are up front fees worth it? In this BizBen Blog post Brian Loring (Business Broker) discusses the pros and cons of owners of small businesses paying business brokers and agents an upfront fee for their services. There are many sides and opinions expressed on this topic by both sellers & brokers!  By Brian Loring, CBB, ARM, CVB   View All Brian Loring, CBB, ARM, CVB Blog Posts
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Los Angeles Area School For Sale By Owner

Helpful Resources To Assist In Selling And Buying California Businesses
Tawnya Gilreath, CBI, Business Broker - LA County Area

LA Business Pros is a transaction advisory and business intermediary firm providing services to buyers and sellers of privately held, small and lower middle market companies: business sale preparation, targeted acquisition searches, E2 visa and EB5 visa business acquisitions, due diligence.

Darryl Bestall, Business Broker Specialist: Car Washes, Auto In S CA

Auto Wash Brokers Inc. specializes in assisting buyers and sellers throughout California to successfully buy and sell car washes, gas stations, lubes, convenience stores, and the combination of all of all profit centers. Reach me at 858-793-7306 Cell/Text.

Joey Kim, Business Broker: Los Angeles County

Realty Star Investment & Development Is A Very Famous Business Brokerage Corporation In La, Orange And Riverside County Areas Of Southern California Since 2007. The Company Has Many Experience For Buying And Selling Liquor Store, Cleaners, Restaurants, Car Washes, And Motel Businesses etc.

Raj Sathyaseelan, Business Broker: SF Bay Area

Business brokerage services in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Susan Mehravar, Business Broker: SF Bay Area

Business brokerage services in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Sean Edelstein, Business Broker: Southern California

If you're looking to sell your business, I offer maximum confidential exposure to the right Buyers. Competitive commissions with no upfront fees. Restaurants, Manufacturing, Wholesale/Distribution, Retail, Service & Internet based businesses. Call me - Sean Edelstein at 949-682-8711 for more info.

Lee Faed, Business Broker: SF Bay Area

Business brokerage services in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Edward Frish, Business Broker, at Century 21

Business brokerage services in the LA County area.


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Nothing can be more exciting, and a little daunting for a new owner than finally being handed over the keys to their newly owned restaurant. Many buyers, especially those who have never been business owners before are much too eager to make the restaurant "their own". Overspending can take place.

How Many Listings Is Too Many For One Broker To Handle? Is It 5? 10? 20?

Peter Siegel, MBA in this Vlog/Podcast discusses how many listings is too many for one business broker to handle at one time. Is it 5 is it 20? I recently had a coaching call with one of my BizBen broker clients who asked that question this week. There are many factors that go into the answer.

Tips From A Restaurant Broker - Check A Restaurant For Karma Before You Buy

Jeff Back (925-736-8200), a SF Bay Area broker specialist who specializes in selling restaurants discusses what he looks for when sizing up a potential restaurant for sale. Do the restaurants you're thinking of purchasing have good Karma? See Jeff's insights into this topic on restaurant karma.