Our mission is clear: to sell your business confidentially, quickly and for the maximum money.
Give us a call or send us an email, during a no-cost, no-obligation introductory consultation by Email, Phone, Skype, etc., we’ll talk with you to learn more about your business and its unique attributes.
We will review your company’s financials and recast them to determine owner’s discretionary cash flow.
We will evaluate the business using different techniques, determine the appropriate deal structure, research industry comparables and determine a recommended selling price.
Once you’ve engaged with BizBroker24, we’ll get to work packaging the business for sale. We’ll use the Selling Memorandum to market your business to our own network of thousands of potential buyers in many different ways.
We will speak with all potential buyers on your behalf, explaining your business in some detail and verifying that the buyer has the ability and desire to complete the sale.
When a prospective buyer decides they want to buy your business or assets, the formalization of that is typically with an “Acquisition Proposal” or “Letter of Intent” (LOI). The LOI outlines the general terms of the deal (offered purchase price, payment terms, training, support, transition period, non-compete agreements, etc.); the specifics are subject to further negotiation.
We will discuss with you about the Letter of Intenet (LOI). You can decide to accept the offer, reject it, or negotiate on certain aspects of it.
Through the due diligence process, the Buyer thoroughly investigate all aspects of the business like business’s operations, financial performance, legal and tax compliance, customer contracts, intellectual property, assets and other details.
During the due diligence period, the buyer must move quickly to determine if they want to proceed. If so, the purchase agreement must be drafted to define all the details of the transaction: legal, financial, representations, warranties, etc. We can recommend legal counsel (attorneys) and financial counsel (accountants) as well to help you with the various contracts and legal documents and to ensure you minimize the tax impact of the sale.
Closing a sale occurs when the seller and buyer agree to the conditions of the sale and the buyer makes a firm commitment to the transaction and it represent the natural ending of the sales process. Funds will be wired to accounts identified by buyer and seller once all documents and funds have been received.
Post closing agreements of non-compete, training, transition, consulting in place.
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