For Business Sales info, CALL or TEXT Janet Badalow, Licensed Business Broker at 239-677-8428
It all starts with a brief conversation. Expected seller questions: How long does it take to sell a business? Are there any upfront costs? What do I have to do next?
Using accurate information to complete your business valuation is key! Tax Returns, Profit and Loss Statements, Equipment and Inventory Lists all play a role in establishing the best price for your business in the current market.
After many calculations, market research, and business knowledge your business valuation is ready. The broker can answer any questions you have at the time.
All listing agreements and any other needed documents can be signed electronically, making this a quick and easy part of the process!
Your broker and the marketing team at Green and Company get to work creating your businesses marketing materials and Confidential Business Review (CBR). All you have to do is request changes or simply approve!
Your broker will monitor your listing, field information requests from buyers, schedule meetings between you and interested buyers, and bring offers to you for your approval.
Now you have an offer that you have accepted, what is next? It is called due diligence: this is the time where the buyer can ask for any information pertaining to your business and its operation that they deem necessary to make the final decision.
The decision to buy has been made, the deposit has been received by the closing attorney, and the date has been set. Your future is about to begin!