|Helpful Resources To Assist In Selling And Buying California Businesses|
|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.
|Alex Ayzin, MBA, Business Broker, at Frontier International LLC
I have been a licensed agent since 1985. I have a Bachelor of Engineering degree and MBA from SUNY Maritime College. My 25 years of work experience include working as an marine engineer and a power plant operations manager at Con Edison Co. of New York.
|Richard Thompson, Business Broker - Sacramento Area, SF Bay Area, North Bay
Has managed the purchase and sale of multiple businesses throughout his business career. He now is an Independent Business Broker and provider of business sale and valuations services to owners and CEOs of privately held companies in the state of California.
|Lucia Yoon, Business Broker - San Francisco Bay Area
Specialized in Commercial business and Residential. CSSR (Certified Short Sale). 415-407-0016 Cell / Text.
|Nick Fahed, Business Broker, Southern CA - Gas Station Specialist
Business brokerage services in the Southern California area specializing in gas stations for sale and fast food restaurants.
|Lee Faed, Business Broker: SF Bay Area
Business brokerage services in the San Francisco Bay Area.
|Raj Parikh, CBB, MBA: Business Broker - Inland Empire
Raj has spent the past 15 years as a Business Broker, Owner & Developer. He has extensive experience and deep knowledge in many different industries. He specializes in brokering Business Opportunities across many industries all across Southern California. I am CBB certified.
|Tom Garmo, Business Broker - San Diego County
Thomas Garmo is a Real Estate Broker for over 20 years. He specializes in Commercial Property, Business Opportunities, Hotels and Motels, Convenience Stores, Gas Stations, and Liquor Stores. Thomas has represented Buyers and Sellers a like.
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|Buying A Pizza Restaurant, Pizzeria Tips: What Pizzeria Buyers Need To Know
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|Going Behind A Brokers Back: How Does A Broker Protect Themself?
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|Sellers Ask: How Long Should I Wait For The Buyer To Do Their Due Diligence?
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|Selling Your Business To One Of Your Employees - A Good Idea? Pros And Con
After investing years of time and talent into a company, many small business owners want to feel like they are leaving their business in good hands and for that reason, some sellers opt to sell their business to an employee. Peter Siegel, MBA talks about the pros and cons to taking this route.
|Bob Hughes Discusses: Due Diligence Considerations Before Buying A Business
Coachella Valley business broker Bob Hughes (760-323-8311), discusses the need for due-diligence and items that should be collected & investigated by the buyer during this critical process of buying a small business. Read his latest blog post on due diligence considerations before buying a business!
|Is There Such A Thing As Paying Too Little When Buying A Small Business?
We all understand the idea of paying too much for a small business. But is there such a thing as not paying enough? That seems like an odd notion, but I'm familiar with situations in which a buyer acquired a small business for a figure substantially under what probably was market value.
|Buying A Cheap Small Business For Sale: How To Find? What To Watch Out For?
Yes, there are ways to find businesses with growth potential that can be purchased with modest investments. But before offering any ideas about finding cheap businesses, it's important to review some of the risks involved. Here are some of the best ways to buy a less expensive small business.