Buy a Business Articles

Company Weaknesses

By bbpadmin / September 16, 2013 / Comments Off on Company Weaknesses

Take two seemingly identical companies with very similar financials, but one of the companies was worth substantially more than the other company.  One company will sell for $10 million “as is” or some changes can be made and the same company can be sold for $15 million. Following is a partial list of potential company…

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Questions to Consider for the Serious Buyer

By bbpadmin / July 30, 2013 / Comments Off on Questions to Consider for the Serious Buyer

A serious buyer should have the answers to the following questions: Why are you considering the purchase of a business at this time? What is your time frame to find a suitable business? Are you open-minded about different opportunities, or are you looking for a specific business? Have you set aside an amount of capital…

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Five Kinds of Buyers

By bbpadmin / March 25, 2013 / Comments Off on Five Kinds of Buyers

Buyers are generally categorized as belonging to one of the following groups although, in reality, most buyers fit into more than one. The Individual Buyer This is typically an individual with substantial financial resources, and with the type of background or experience necessary for leading a particular operation. The individual buyer usually seeks a business…

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Why Deals Don’t Close

By bbpadmin / March 14, 2013 / Comments Off on Why Deals Don’t Close

Sellers Don’t have a valid reason for selling. Are testing the waters to check the market and the price. (They are similar to the buyer who is “just shopping.”) Are completely unrealistic about the price and the market for their business. Are not honest about their business or their situation. The reason they want to…

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Protected: A Buyer’s Quandary

By bbpadmin / June 21, 2012 / Comments Off on Protected: A Buyer’s Quandary

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