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Posted By: Business Broker, SF Bay Area
Is buying a truly absentee run business really viable? I take a look at this concept with others on BizBen and explore how this can be done. What size businesses, what types of small businesses can be truly run absentee without the owner milling about running a venture? I give my views.
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Is starting with a higher selling price a good strategy when selling a small business? or even showing an asking price? I have some definite ideas about this concept and would like to share along with other Advisors, Brokers, Agents contributors on BizBen. What are your thoughts on asking prices?
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Posted By: Business Broker, SF Bay Area
What are some of the better negotiating tips for business sellers selling a small business. In this Discussion I will list several key strategies I feel work and have others comment on them as well.
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Posted By: Business Broker, SF Bay Area
As a business broker, the phrase I hear most often from my buyer clients is, "I am looking for an absentee owner business." Since it is such a popular topic of discussion, let me offer an alternative method of business selection with several ideas and tips that I offer my buyer clients when asked.
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Posted By: Joe Ranieri, Business Broker: LA, Orange County Areas
As the year winds down, it's tempting for business brokers to go through their old files and throw them out to make room for new client's folders, but that would be foolish. Joe Ranieri (Orange County Business broker) discusses strategies for saving files - a key annual strategy for brokers/agents.

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Posted By: Timothy Cunha JD: Business Broker, SF Bay Area
How do you value a small business before putting it on the market? Tim Cunha, JD offers 6 items all business owners should consider. Other advisors and business brokers also weigh in on this very important topic especially when over 70% of small businesses never end up selling (due to pricing).
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Posted By: Joe Ranieri, Business Broker: LA, Orange County Areas
My restaurant recently upgraded its beer with wine license to a full-service liquor license, and if I sell, how much can that increase my selling price? A Southern California restaurant broker specialist initiates this discussion and other advisors, business brokers, agents weigh in on this topic.
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Posted By: Joe Ranieri, Business Broker: LA, Orange County Areas
What are some reasons a business that was previously on the market with another broker didn't sell? Every broker or agent understands that not every business they list will result in a sale. There can be many reasons small businesses don't sell and many are discussed on this BizBen Discussion post.
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Posted By: Joe Ranieri, Business Broker: LA, Orange County Areas
Should small business owners/sellers give potential buyers direct access to their tax returns (and potentially to copies direct from the IRS) either before or during the due diligence process? Several business brokers and advisors discuss this topic on BizBen Discussions.
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Posted By: Joe Ranieri, Business Broker: LA, Orange County Areas
Buying a seasonal small business restaurant can be challenging, but Joe Ranieri a business broker restaurant specialist and others in this BizBen Discussion review multiple ways to offset these factors and still get the most from buying and operating a small to mid-sized seasonal restaurant.

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Helpful Resources To Assist In Selling And Buying California Businesses
William F. Ziprick, Attorney: Legal Services For Buyers And Sellers

Through creative problem solving, attention to detail, accessibility, & understanding that unnecessary delay is often a deal killer, I work closely with my clients and other professionals to consistently achieve a high rate of successful closings. Office: 909-255-8353, Cell: 509-951-7230.

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.

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).

Michael Floorman, Business Brokerage, BTI, San Francisco Bay Area

Business Team, San Jose (Campbell) located in the Pruneyard Towers at Bascom and Hamilton. Established in 1981 Business Team with over 6600 sales to date has 1000 business listings to choose from, paid Google advertising. We offer highly trained and experienced professionals.

Ryan Clark, Business Broker: Southern California

The Veld Group provides a refreshing approach to Business Brokerage, Mergers & Acquisitions and Business Consulting and Valuations. From Your Street to Wall Street, we cater to Main Street Businesses as well as more complex Strategic Firms and Start-Ups. Phone Ryan, Business Broker at 310-652-8353.

Joe Ranieri, Business Broker: Orange, LA County Areas

Having owned retail/restaurant businesses for over 20 years, my interest turned to selling businesses rather than owning them. I specialize in LA & Orange County restaurants, fast food independents and chains, bars, & liquor stores. Call 714-292-5448 Cell/Text.

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.

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.


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