|Helpful Resources To Assist In Selling And Buying California Businesses|
|Victor Buendia, Gas Station, Car Wash Broker: Inland Empire Area
Business brokerage services in the Inland Empire area. Let me assist you with either buying or selling car washes, gas stations, or restaurants in the Inland Empire Area of California.
|Joe D. Robertson, Business Broker, at Southern California Business Brokers
Southern California Business Brokers serves Orange and Los Angeles counties. We have expertise in selling a wide variety of business types from food service and retail shops to technology and construction businesses. We work closely with both business buyers and sellers, assuming a “hands-on” ...
|Steven Abraham, Business Broker: Orange County Area
Steven Abraham has 30 Years of Professional Business Broker Experience. He has Successfully Represented both Buyers & Sellers with Business (Bulk Sale) Transactions since 1986. Steven Works for the Leading Real Estate Company in Orange County with more than $5.3 Billion in Sales Annually.
|Tim Ho, Business Broker: SF Bay Area
Business brokerage services in the San Francisco Bay Area.
|Steve Smith CBI, M&AMI, MBA, Business Broker: Northern CA
The Waterfront Group (TWG) is a San Francisco-based, full-service business brokerage/M&A intermediary, with multiple locations serving business owners throughout Northern California.
|David Whitehead, Business Broker, at Apex Commercial Real Estate Inc.
I have been in the contracting and engineering field for over thirty years. I bought and sold my firm and have worked in senior management for a national HVAC company. After selling my firm in 1999, I have been helping owners with consulting and actively representing buyers and sellers.
|AJ Rana - Business Broker, San Francisco Bay Area
Professionals who understand the importance of world class business brokerage service and the value it can create. Specializing in assisting sellers and buyers with retail stores, restaurants, hospitality & lodging, manufacturing operations, distribution companies, e-commerce and service businesses.
|Douglas Kim, Business Broker: Southern California
Business brokerage services in Southern California
|Related Articles, Events, Blog Posts, Discussions, Videos, Interviews|
|Tips For Restaurant Buyers: How To Change A Restaurant Concept Successfully
Joe Ranieri, (Orange County Business Broker) discusses how to convert restaurants: buy an existing inexpensive restaurant and then converting it to another concept. He discusses finding the right location, working with the landlord, notifying existing clients, and observing restaurant trends.
|Buying A Liquor Store Small Business: When Do I Perform The Inventory Count?
The only time to get an exact and accurate inventory count, and valuation, is at the time the business is being transferred. To do so beforehand, would mean that any merchandise sold after inventory is taken, but before close of escrow - Peter Siegel, MBA with BizBen & others discuss this topic.
|Selling eCommerce Businesses: Great Tips For Online Website Business Owners
In an advanced, technologically savvy era, virtually anything can be done, purchased or explored via cyberspace. As the market continues to expand and flourish, eCommerce sellers can continue to reap in the selling of their eCommerce firms. Peter Siegel, MBA (BizBen Director) explores this topic.
|Buying A California Beauty Salon - Making Your Bank Account Look Beautiful
There are more than 1 million hair salons in the United States! Buying a hair salon for sale can be a good investment if you find the opportunity and have the right skills to run it. Hair salon opportunities range from independent businesses of all sizes to franchises. Let's discuss this further.
|Confidentiality: Why Keeping A Deal Quiet Is Important To Sellers And Buyers
Owners should keep the fact that they want to sell their small business confidential. Before releasing information to prospective buyers, buyers should commit to confidentiality in writing & should understand why it is important. Peter Siegel, MBA a ProBuy and ProSell Advisor with BizBen explains.
|Selling Buying Used Restaurant Equipment-Tips For Restaurant Buyers, Sellers
The restaurant business is a tough business to be in, no one can dispute that, and so it's imperative that an owner's equipment is in good working condition. A new owner should make sure that the restaurant's equipment is in good working order before they close escrow. Joe Ranieri gives his tips.
|How Do I Determine the Value Of My Small Business? Or The One I Want To Buy?
How do you determine the value of your business when you go to sell or even buy a business? There are so many factors and that is usually one of the first items serious buyers inquire about. Tim Cunha JD (SF Business Broker at 650-600-3751) initiates this Discussion On BizBen with other Advisors.
|What Are The Pros and Cons Of Buying A Restaurant In An Industrial Park?
Are restaurants (deli's, sandwich shops, snack shops, food services) in Industrial Parks good investments for business buyers? Joe Ranieri (Orange County Restaurant Broker) at 714-292-5448 takes a looks at the Pros and Cons of buying a restaurant in an industrial park on this BizBen Discussion post.