|Helpful Resources To Assist In Selling And Buying California Businesses|
|Georgia Montague: PreSchool Broker Specialist, Southern CA
Specializing in the sale of pre schools throughout Southern California.
|Nanda Nandkishore CBI, Business Broker: San Francisco Bay Area
We handle businesses with revenues ranging from $500K to $100M with adjusted cash flow ranging from $200K to $10M. We specialize in Childcare Centers/Preschools, Wholesale and Distribution businesses, Manufacturing businesses, Service businesses, Internet businesses, and lifestyle businesses.
|Steve Erlinger: Laundry Broker, Consultant - Southern California
I specialize in the laundry industry broker and consultant in Southern California. I assist buyers navigate the many facets of finding, evaluating, and operating a laundry business. I also help current laundry owners find additional stores, sell, evaluate an existing laundromat. Call 949-500-5893.
|Bob Brooks, Business Broker: San Francisco Bay Area
Selling These Types Of Businesses: Auto Related, Liquor Stores, Markets, Restaurant Related, Retail Related, Service Related; In These Counties: Santa Clara County.
|Roy Chin, Business Broker - Restaurant Specialist - Southern CA
Specializing in assisting those selling and buying restaurants in Southern California.
|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.
|Peter Siegel MBA, BizBen Founder, ProBuy, ProSell, ProIntermediary Programs
Founder Of BizBen.com (since 1994). I am the Lead Advisor for the ProSell, ProBuy, & ProIntermediary Programs. I consult daily with buyers, sellers, and brokers daily about buying and selling California small to mid-sized businesses. Call 925-785-3118.
|Susan Mehravar, Business Broker: SF Bay Area
Business brokerage services in the San Francisco Bay Area.
|Related Articles, Events, Blog Posts, Discussions, Videos, Interviews|
|Is Crowd Funding A Viable Way To Raise Money To Purchase A Small Business?
We're hearing more and more about "crowd funding" through sites like gofundme and kickstarter as a possible way to raise the cash needed to buy a small business. This method of collecting funds has proven successful in other kinds of situations. Could this strategy work when buying a small business?
|5 Myths About Selling A California Business: Best Tips For Sellers & Brokers
Peter Siegel, MBA (at 925-785-3118) - BizBen Director discusses myths associated with the process of selling a business and some of them can actually cause deals to fall through. Don't let your sale be comprised, be aware of these common misconceptions related to the process of selling a business.
|Why Restaurant Buyers Typically Fail: Best Pro Tips For Buying A Restaurant
Buying a restaurant (no matter what type) can have many pitfalls, and potential restaurant buyers should know how to avoid getting burned! Several restaurant intermediaries and advisors weigh in on this BizBen Discussion about the best way to find, purchase and run a restaurant successfully!
|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.
|Is Your First Offer Received Usually The Best Offer When Selling A Business?
Should you accept that first offer when selling a business? Brokers and agents agree that the first 30 days are probably the most critical when selling a small business - but should you take that first offer? Joe Ranieri (Orange and LA County Business Broker) starts this great Discussion on BizBen.
|Buying A Business With Partners Or Family Members: Pros And Cons
Buying a business with a partner/partners, family members can make one think twice about ever doing it twice! However in this BizBen Discussion Post Joe Ranieri (Orange County Business Broker at 714-292-5448) chats about identifying roles, defining goals, attorney visits, and other relating issues.
|Selling A Gas Station Successfully: Tips For Gas Station Owners And Sellers
Gas station owners often make the process of selling their business longer and more expensive than it needs to be. By accomplishing several important steps before even looking for potential buyers, owners will be able sell their businesses in a fraction of the time it would take them normally.
|Business Seller Mistakes Near The Close Of Escrow Can Tank A Deal To Sell
Let's be honest, typically it takes a while (6 months to a year) to sell a business, from listing to close of escrow, and so it's common that many sellers are anxious as the close of escrow nears with a buyer. Joe Ranieri (Business Broker) examines common seller mistakes owners should stay clear of.