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Determining The Value Of A Laundromat: Laundry Broker Tips
Steve Erlinger, a laundromat business broker discusses how to value a laundry business. Issues that affect a value include: demographics, the lease, past financial performance of the laundromat, age and condition of the equipment, utility costs, competition and other factors all play a role.  By Steve Erlinger   View All Steve Erlinger Blog Posts
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4 Essential Facts For Coin Laundry Buyers Seeking To Buy A Laundromat
Many Californians want to buy a coin laundry because it's a business that doesn't require full time owner attention and because, as an all cash business, the owner is always paid before the service is provided. But there are a few misconceptions about the business and a buyer should have the facts.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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How To Buy A Vending Business Successfully: 6 Top Tips For Buyers
Some California entrepreneurs think they might like to buy a vending business but have heard negative things about the industry and aren't aware of important facts about this business. Here are some tips from BizBen's Peter Siegel on what to look for in buying a California vending business for sale.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Workshop: How To Find Profitable Businesses Not On The Market
This workshop is designed for business buyers, it covers: Learn how to choose an industry, Learn what industries promise you the highest probability of success. Learn how to develop a private list of possible prospects, plus much more. Call 805-428-2063 for info and to RSVP.  By Willard Michlin   View All Willard Michlin Blog Posts
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Potential: One Of The Most Harmful Words In Business Sales
Without question, it's one of the most misused and abused words in business sales. There are few among us who haven't been completely annoyed by proclamations about the POTENTIAL of a business that's on the market. Brian Loring, a Los Angeles County Business Broker chats about this misused term.  By Brian Loring, CBB   View All Brian Loring, CBB Blog Posts
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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 Director & Financing Expert) discusses the most common reason deals fall through; steep asking prices.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Selling eCommerce Businesses: 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 owners can continue to reap in the selling of their online businesses. Peter Siegel, MBA (BizBen Director) explores this topic.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Buying A Bar - Due Diligence Issues & Tips
A BizBen blog reader emailed me this question: "I am starting due diligence this week on buying a cocktail bar With a 48 license what should I be asking for, thinking about, watching out for? Is there a list of items I should ask for?" Peter Siegel with BizBen answers this question.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Is Inventory Value Part Of, Or Added To The Price For A Retail Business?
A business buyer in the BizBen ProBuy Program asks how to handle the inventory amount in the purchase price of a business. Other questions answered in this article: Do you add the inventory value to the business value? Should the owner be expected to take back a note for the value of the inventory?  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Buying A Restaurant: 5 Myths Restaurant Buyers Should Know About
So often we hear about the keys to success in the restaurant business and we tend to take them for granted because they seem so logical. But what seems so logical just doesn't hold up to be true. Here are some of the most frequently sited principles for success that are simply myths.  By Jeff Back   View All Jeff Back Blog Posts
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Cheryl Maloney Restaurant Broker San Francisco

Helpful Resources To Assist In Selling And Buying California Businesses
Janet Carrera: Escrow & Bulk Sale Service - SF Bay Area

Redwood Escrow Services, Inc. is a full service, licensed independent escrow company. We are EAFC Fidelity bonded, fully insured & licensed with the Department of Corporations. Committed to offering our clients the most comprehensive variety of escrow services available. Phone Janet at 510-247-0741.

Joanne Weber, Broker: Preschool Specialist, Southern California

The Ryan Craig Company is in its 35th year as the recognized expert in Southern California, dealing exclusively in the sale of preschools, Montessori schools, day care centers, and private schools. Our extensive list of references speaks for itself. Phone Joanne at 818-760-3684 for more info.

Mike Nova, Business Broker: North Bay Restaurant, Retail Specialist

I have over 30 years of direct restaurant industry experience, including my personal experience as a restaurant owner. For the last 7 years I have worked as a Broker specializing in this challenging and ever changing field of restaurant and bar sales. Contact me at 510-708-6682 Cell.

Diane Boudreau-Tschetter: Escrow & Bulk Sale Services - CA

California Business Escrow, Inc. is a full service independent escrow company serving all of California and has expertise in a wide range of escrows. Our team prides itself on providing an exceptional escrow experience. For more info phone Diane Boudreau-Tschetter at 888-383-3331 or 209-838-1100.

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.

Larry Larsen: Laundry Consulting, Brokerage, Insurance

I have over forty years of experience in the sales, ownership, management, and construction of coin laundries. He is a licensed broker active in the sale of coin laundries, a licensed insurance agent specializing in coin laundry insurance. Phone me at 714-630-9274 or 714-630-Wash.

Steve Zimmerman: Restaurant Broker Specialist, California

Steve founded Restaurant Realty in 1996. He has personally sold/leased over 900 restaurants, bars & clubs, & completed over 3000 valuations. The author of "Restaurant Dealmaker - An Insider's Trade Secrets For Buying a Restaurant, Bar or Club" available on Amazon. Reach Steve direct at 415-945-9701.

Cheryl Maloney, Business Brokerage Services: City Of San Francisco

I have over 20 years of small business experience, a law degree and well-versed in real estate regulations and best practices. I work tirelessly to create successful strategies & effective negotiations for those wishing to sell or buy a SF business. Call 415-309-2722 (Cell/Text).


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Live Workshop: How to Find Profitable Businesses For Sale Not On The Market

Live Workshop For Business Buyers: Find Small Businesses Possible For Sale Not On The Market. This Workshop Is In Southern California. Every Month On Saturdays - 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM. Call 805-428-2063 to RSVP. Willard Michlin, CPA will be presenting this workshop. Click On Link For Schedule & Times.

Laundry Expert Reviews: The Laundry Lease And Its Effect On The Valuation

Read why longer leases increase the value of a card or coin laundromat when buying or selling a laundry. Chuck Post (Laundry Broker, Consultant at 619-227-5711) expands on the topic of lease structures on the purchase or selling of a laundromat. Laundry sellers and buyers will want to read this.

Determining The Value Of A Laundry Business: What Factors Are Important

Steve Erlinger (laundry Broker & Consultant at 949-500-5893) discusses how to value a laundry. Issues that affect a value include: demographics, the lease, past financial performance of the laundromat, age and condition of the equipment, utility costs, competition and other factors all play a role.

Selling A Laundromat? Top Tips: Valuation, Pricing, Finding Buyers, Resouces

Laundrys are popular choices among business buyers as they often can be successfully run as an absentee run business. You need to be strategic about when you sell your Laundromat so you don't get taken to the cleaners! Peter Siegel, MBA (at BizBen) provides laundry purchase financing - 925-785-3118.

4 Essential Facts For Coin, Card Laundry Buyers Seeking To Buy A Laundromat

Many Californians want to buy a coin laundry because it's a business that doesn't require full time owner attention and because, as an all cash business, the owner is always paid before the service is provided. Peter Siegel at BizBen explores these issues in his latest artcle/blog post on BizBen.

Buying A Car Wash - Three Successful Types Of Car Washes To Consider Buying

One of the most popular buyer requests are car washes. Considered easy to run, the number of cars on the road continues to increase, while it doesn't seem that car wash installations are being added to keep pace. Peter Siegel, MBA (BizBen ProBuy Program & Financing Expert) at 925-785-3118 explains.

Buying A Restaurant Can Be Challenging: 3 Key Tips For Restaurant Buyers

People always need to eat; there should be plenty of business. Some restaurant buyers think there is prestige to owning a popular eating establishment. But it isn't an easy business purchase. Peter Siegel, MBA (BizBen Founder, ProBuy & ProSell Program Director at 925-785-3118) reviews this topic.

How To Determine Whether The Buyer For Your Business For Sale Is Sincere

A problem owners encounter when offering a CA business for sale is that not all so-called business buyers are qualified to make the purchase. It's frustrating and costly to waste time showing non-qualified buyers the business. Here are ways to identify time wasters so the focus is on real buyers.