Seller Articles

Preparing Your Business for Sale

Preparing your business for sale may feel overwhelming at first. But this process is very important as it will help ensure that you receive a reasonable rate when you sell your business in New Jersey, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, New York, Connecticut, Vermont and Maine. You can rest assured that all the work that you…

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The Legal Side of Your Transaction

It should come as no surprise that legal issues can quickly pop up during the buying and selling process. If you’re planning to sell your business, it’s important to think through these matters ahead of time so you don’t accidentally fall into any common traps that can affect unprepared sellers. When you work with an…

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Telling the Story of Your Business

Often selling a business comes down to storytelling. The buyer and seller are the main characters of the story that is being told. The seller is the one relaying the story, and the ideal buyer is the one who truly sees the future opportunity.  A Brokerage Professional Can Help Tell Your Story The simple fact…

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How Sellers Can Boost Their Levels of Success

Many buyers view a publicly-held company as virtually being an open book with at least a modest level of transparency, whereas privately-held companies reveal much less about their inner workings, financial, and otherwise. Of course, this means that buyers of privately-held companies are left with no choice but to dig through whatever information is available…

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Not All Buyers Are Created Equal: The Mindset of the Serious Buyer

Just as every person is different, the same invariably holds true for buyers. No two buyers are the same. Further, no two buyers have the same mindset, emotional makeup, or approach to business. The simple fact is that buyers opt to buy businesses for a very wide range of reasons. The bottom line is that…

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Confronting the Emotional Reality of Selling a Business

Selling your business is one of the most serious, and life changing, decisions that most people will ever make. Yet, as substantial of a decision as this may be, far too often business owners fail to consider the emotional side of selling their business. Not begin emotionally ready to sell, or being overly emotional when…

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Important Factors to Consider in Your Lease

Owning and operating a business can be rather demanding and that means from time-to-time details can slip through the cracks. All too often, businessowners don’t fully comprehend their leases and this can lead to a variety of problems. For example, if your business location is a key part of your success, it is incredibly important…

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3 Warning Signs for Sellers to Be Aware Of

If you’re getting ready to sell your business, you’ll want to be on high alert for potential warning signs that could potentially derail the deal. Of course, time is of the essence when it comes to finalizing your deal. Why spend time negotiating with a buyer who is either not really interested or is simply…

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When It Comes to Selling Your Business, Let Others Do the Heavy Lifting

While brokerage professionals are working to sell your business, it’s important for you to keep running things in a smooth and seamless manner. In countless cases, sellers have made the mistake of letting things slide simply because they are distracted while trying to sell. You’ll want to make sure things remain the same, as prospective…

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Takeaways from the Latest BizBuySell Insight Report

Whether you are thinking of buying or selling a business, it’s worth taking a look at the quarterly BizBuySell reports. The findings from these publications are taken from analysis of sales and listing prices of approximately 50,000 businesses across the United States. The report covers the statistics of sales prices and successful transactions. It also…

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