|Helpful Resources To Assist In Selling And Buying California Businesses|
|Mike Yalda, Business Broker: San Diego Area
Specializing in acquisition of businesses, Commercial, & Residential RE for local and foreign buyers representing buyers & sellers, I am fluent in Arabic, Chaldean & Assyrian. over 17 years experience in Selling supermarkets, Liquor stores, Commercial RE ... etc in the San Diego County area.
|Dmitry Litvishkov, Business Broker - LA County Area
Business brokerage services in the LA County Area. Specializing in the sale of hospice businesses.
|Tony Moon, Business Broker, at Prima Investment Group Inc.
Business & Residential brokerage services in the San Francisco Bay area who works 7 days a week to make his customers happy!!
|Peter Kim, Business Broker: LA, Orange Counties
Business brokerage services in the Orange County and LA County areas.
|Gregg Tobin, Business Broker: Orange & LA Counties
Gregg Tobin has been a business owner and operator for more than 30 years and has been helping clients sell their businesses for a decade. In addition, he has sold seven of the companies he started or purchased and thus is a veteran of both sides of the negotiating table.
|Susan & Ard Refahiat, Broker - Gas Station Specialist - Southern CA
Susan at StationSales are service station brokers with over 50 years of experience and expertise not only in buying and selling gas stations but also owning, operating, locating, designing and developing service stations of all kinds.
|Matt Olufs, Business Broker: Santa Barbara County
Compass First is the industry's leading specialist for buying or selling a business. Drawing from a strong industry experience, our agents provide a streamlined system for marketing locations, qualifying buyers, and navigating potential pitfalls through the transfer process.
|Edward Sohn, Business Broker: Southern California
Business brokerage services in the LA and Orange County areas.
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