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Why Deals Fail: Unrealistic High Asking Prices Are Usually The Culprit
The unfortunate truth is that approximately 50% of all small business sales transactions fall through. While failed transactions can happen for a variety of reasons, Peter Siegel, MBA (BizBen Founder & Lead Advisor) discusses the most common reason deals fall through; unrealistic asking prices.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Workshop: How To Value & Sell Your San Francisco Restaurant Or Bar
This live FREE workshop by Cheryl Maloney (San Francisco Business Broker Specialist) is designed for San Francisco restaurant owners who are thinking of selling and would like to know how much their restaurant or bar is worth and how to get it sold successfully. Limited seats, please RSVP via phone.  By Cheryl Maloney   View All Cheryl Maloney Blog Posts
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Pricing A Small Business For Sale - Several Key Factors Play A Role!
As an Advisor On BizBen I talk to many California business owners, business buyers, brokers, and agents on a daily basis about valuing California small to mid-sized businesses. Many key factors go into this analysis including market demand, history of earnings, and even how the deal is structured.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Buying A Laundry: Coin Operated Laundromat Or Card Operated Laundromat?
More and more we see "Coinless Laundromats". Anyone in the business or entering the business will face the age old question; Coin or Card? Well, perhaps it's not an age old question, as card systems haven't been around very long, but it is a question worth considering. Steve Erlinger explains.  By Steve Erlinger   View All Steve Erlinger Blog Posts
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Buying A Smog Shop - Expert Tips From Smog Shop Brokers And Agents
If you are looking at California smog shops with the idea of buying one in order to have your own business, you'll be pleased to know this type of company can be quite profitable if operated properly. To get the best return on your investment in this business, plan to work as the test technician.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Add Backs: Defining Adjusted Net Income When Buying A Small Business
The use of add backs & adjusted net income is common among sellers of businesses when showing their financial information & explaining that the buyer will actually enjoy more profit than is shown. But business buyers are cautioned to review documents closely. Peter Siegel, MBA with BizBen explains.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Where Is The Value Of A Coin Laundry: A Laundry Buyer Primer
The coin laundry is an all-cash, necessity of life service business. What could be better? Yet, understanding how the business justifies such a high purchase price is baffling. In fact, many times the value is so misunderstood that it results in investors over-paying. Sometimes grossly over-paying.  By Chuck Post   View All Chuck Post Blog Posts
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How To Value Your Preschool Business So Buyers Do Not Take You To School
There are several things to consider when placing a value on a preschool. Businesses that are regarded as leading preschools in their area can go for premium prices so know what you have so a potential buyer can't take advantage of your lack of knowledge. Peter Siegel with BizBen.com explains.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Buying A Laundromat - A Foundation Of Good Service Is Key
Steve Erlinger, a laundromat business broker discusses why service in the laundry business is so important to investigate when buying a particular laundry and location. Most laundry experts will say without a rep for great service will be reflected in the purchase price that is ultimately received.  By Steve Erlinger   View All Steve Erlinger Blog Posts
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Increasing Your Laundry Business, Getting Your Laundromat Ready For Sale
Steve Erlinger, a laundry specialist broker discusses what successful laundry owners do to increase business. Explaining that running a laundromat is a simple business, but it's not easy - Steve gives tips and details about how to get your laundromat in top shape and ready to sell for top dollar!  By Steve Erlinger   View All Steve Erlinger Blog Posts
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Helpful Resources To Assist In Selling And Buying California Businesses
Steve Erlinger: Laundry Broker, Consultant - Southern California

I specialize in the laundry industry broker and consultant in Southern California. I assist buyers navigate the many facets of finding, evaluating, and operating a laundry business. I also help current laundry owners find additional stores, sell, evaluate an existing laundromat. Call 949-500-5893.

Diane Kwon, Business Broker - Pro Com Realty - Laundry Specialist

Diane Kwon is a Coin Laundry Specialist with Pro Com Realty., one of the largest commercial brokers in the greater Los Angeles area. If you are considering buying or selling a Laundry, You need a specialist who is an expert in the industry.

Adrianna Smith, Business Broker - Los Angeles County

Established in 1994, First Choice Business Brokers quickly grew to become one of the largest Business Sales Organizations in the U.S listing over $4 Billion in businesses for sale - thus giving Buyers and Sellers an extensive network of Business Brokers across the U.S. to assist in Buying or Selling

Roy Moss, Business Broker: Southern California

As business brokerage professionals, we completely understand the life span of a business. From start-up or acquisition to presenting your business for sale - we have established our principles * Strict confidentiality (Free initial consultation) * Strong client representation.

David S. Cutler, Business Broker: San Diego County Area

David S. Cutler, is a Broker-Associate specializing in Commercial property, Business Opportunities, Franchise Sales, Restaurants, Convenience stores; Gas stations and Liquor stores. David is a (CBB) Certified Business Broker as designated by the California Association of Business Brokers.

Siavosh Ardalan, Business Broker: LA, Orange, Riverside Counties

Business brokerage services in the Orange County and surrounding areas. Always discrete and confidential. Member of California Association of Business Brokers and International Business Brokers Association. Member of National Association of Realtors. BS and MS from USC. Broker/Owner, not an agent.

Rhett Kniep, Business Broker, at Centurion 7 Development, Inc.

I'm A Licensed Business Broker And A Member Of CABB, And A Licensed General Contractor. My Business partner and I Have Worked In Investment And Commercial Real Estate And Business Brokering For over twenty Years combined. I Have Brokered Many Different Types Of Transactions Including Gas Stations, ...

JJ Chung, Business Broker: Southern California

Business brokerage services in the Los angeles area and specific inland empire region.


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