Interested in One of Our Listings?
Please do not be offended by our screening procedure. Confidentiality is of the utmost importance and the primary concern of our sellers. The personal information that we ask from you will protect the Seller from those who seek to obtain their financial information with no real interest in actually purchasing the business. Also, breaching confidentiality can be harmful to the productivity of the business and therefore harmful to you the buyer. This is why we ask you to fill out our questionnaire or provide a financial statement and have you sign a non-disclosure agreement.
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Want the flexibility and excitement of being your own boss? We can help any buyer locate the business of their dreams. Let us do all the hard work for you. Tell us what you are interested in, what you like to do, what is most important to you in a business and let us find it for you. We will analyze your financial capability and help you determine a price range. You have nothing to lose, call our office today and be a business owner in no time.
The Buying Process:
1. Contact our office to let us know that you are interested in one of our listings.
2. We will ask you to fill out a questionnaire or ask you to provide a financial statement.
3. We will then have you fill out a non-disclosure agreement in order to protect the confidentiality of our sellers.
4. We will then set up an initial meeting between you and the seller at their place of business after hours.
5. If you are still interested in the business after the initial meeting, we will ask you to make a conditional offer. A conditional offer is one that gives you the opportunity to perform due diligence on the financials of the business to make sure the represented cash flow is accurate.
6. We will then take your initial offer back to the seller and initiate the negotiating process.
7. We will work with both parties until an agreement on price is met.
8. We will then work with both parties through the due diligence period where you will investigate the financials of the business to make sure the represented cash flows are accurate.
9. We will simultaneously help you through the financing process during the due diligence process. There are several forms of business financing. Believe it or not, typically, traditional bank financing is not an option. There are several options to be pursued, including but not limited to, SBA 7(a) financing, Seller financing through a note, 401K or IRA or private financing.
10. After the due diligence and financing period, we will provide the final Asset Purchase Agreement and any other documents needed to complete the transaction a week before closing. Please view our DISCLAIMER regarding any free legal advice or the receipt of any legal documents provided by us.
11. Everyone will then meet at our office to close where all the documents will be signed and you will walk away a proud new owner with the keys to the business.
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