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Sacramento County Small Businesses Sold Were Down In 2010
The number of Sacramento County small and mid-sized businesses sold in 2010 declined from the 2009 figure according to the BizBen.com Index Of California Small Business Sales.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Mixed Results for 2011 California Business Sales
The total of 13,948 small and mid-sized businesses sold in California during 20ll represents an increase from the 13,329 deals completed the prior year. But a comparison shows a decline in activity during the last quarter of 2011 vs. the final three months of 2010.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Sales of Small California Businesses Declined In 2010, Final Quarter Was Up
Fewer small and mid-sized businesses were sold in California last year compared with 2009, but the last three months of 2010 showed improvement. Resourcefulness of the state's entrepreneurs can be credited with the late boost in activity.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Last Months Small California Business Sales Up Over Last May
Rate of sale for small business in California grew slightly last month compared to sales activity in May 2010. Large counties showed the best gains. Peter Siegel, MBA with BizBen releases the BizBen Index for May 2011.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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April California Business Sales Down From 2010, But Up 12.5% For 2011
Fewer small businesses were sold in California last month compared to April 2010 figures. Sales for the year, however, are up nearly 12.5% for 2011.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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BizBen Index: March Businesses Sold Rate Highest In 22 Months
The BizBen.com Index reports that the volume of California small businesses sold last month hit a 22-month high. Improvements in access to financing and buyer confidence are major factors.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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February Stats: Increase In Sold California Small Businesses For Sale
Pent-up demand helped to push the number of sales of small and mid-sized California businesses sold by business brokers, agents, and business owners last month ahead of the February 2010 figures. The growth was aided also by an increase in SBA loan approvals statewide.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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692 California Small Businesses Changed Hands So Far This Month
The robust rate at which small businesses have been selling in California this month has declined somewhat in recent days with the recent extended 3 day holiday. But a few counties show substantially increased activity this month compared to February of 2010.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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California Small Business Sales In November Up From A Year Ago
Small business sales in California inched up last month compared to the same period last year. November 2010 figures were down from year-high sales volume recorded the month before.   By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Last Month Set Year's Record for Business Sales
With a total of 1,298 small and mid-sized businesses sold, July was the most active month yet this year. By contrast, there were 1,075 completed deals in July 2009. The prime reason for the volume of transactions last month was the delay in a number of sales scheduled for June closing.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Helpful Resources To Assist In Selling And Buying California Businesses
Harry Tse, Business Broker, at BPS Business Advisors

BPS Advisors Is A Leading Strategic Business Brokerage Firm Based In The San Francisco Bay Area. We Specialize In Sell-Side Services, Buy-Side Engagements, And Business Valuations. We Are Skilled Mergers And Acquisitions Professionals And Have Successfully Completed Transactions Across The Business ...

Breeze Singh, Business Broker: Sacramento, SF Bay Area

Founding member of Team Singh along with Raj Singh. Our Team helps both buyers and sellers with their real estate needs, be it commercial or residential. We work diligently and professionally to ensure a smooth transaction and protect our client's interest. We both have Masters Degree in Business.

Duane Bernard, Business Broker, Gas Station Specialist - San Diego County

Commercial and Business brokerage services in the San Diego County area.

Bill Corley, Business Broker - Laundry Specialist

Cal Laundry provides expert services to new Laundry investors and existing Laundry operators alike. With over 35 years in the Laundry Industry, we have assisted hundreds of clients in the evaluation of Laundry Business purchases and the development of new and remodeled Laundromats.

Michael Bernstein, Business Broker, at The Bellington Group

The business of buying or selling a business at fair market value requires extensive experience and a skilled team of professionals who are dedicated to saving you time and money. The Bellington Group is committed to the financially successful acquisition or sale of your business.

Joshua Choy, Business Broker: Laundromat Specialist - LA County Area

I have many years of experience in commercial real estate and business transactions in the coin and card laundry industry. I specialize in selling laundry businesses in LA County.

Timothy Cunha JD, Business Broker: SF Bay And North Bay Areas

SF Bay Area experienced attorney, & business broker, intermediary. I & my EvergreenGold team offer owners sound advice & expertise to build business value & achieve profitable sales. For a FREE business evaluation & SWOT analysis for your business phone me direct at 650-600-3751, 650-866-5393 Text.

Dennis Chung, Business Broker - SF Bay Area

Business Brokerage and M&A services in the San Francisco Bay area.


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