You’re thinking about retirement, wondering what it would be like to have the freedom to do whatever you want, whenever you want. First things first, of course. You need to sell your business. A million questions flood your mind: Where do I start? When should I sell? How do I find a buyer? How much is my business worth?
It’s easy to become overwhelmed! Thankfully, you don’t need to do it alone. A business broker is exactly what you need.
What is a business broker and how can they help?
In short, a business broker helps people buy and/or sell a business.
Here are 6 reasons why you need a business broker:
1. Not a Residential Real Estate Agent
A business broker is NOT a residential real estate agent. Why does this matter? Houses do not take the same amount of time to sell as a business. Advertising is not the same. Bank loans differ. Businesses are our business.
2. Business Brokers Generate Buyer Interest
A good business broker is connected. We know where to go and who to speak with about selling your business.
You want to sell your business but you don’t want your customers, staff, vendors or suppliers to know just yet. You can trust Investiprise to maintain confidentiality throughout the entire process.
4. Offers and Negotiations
A business broker is determined to realize your goals, smoothing over any problems or issues. Investiprise will help you meet your financial objectives.
Licences, permits, financing, offers… these are but a few of the many forms and paperwork you need to successfully sell your business. With Investiprise you’ll never miss an important form, fee or step in the process.
Your time is priceless. Let Investiprise do the work for you so you can stay focused on running your business.
Consider a business broker’s fee or comission as insurance for protecting your business. Investiprise will give a proper Most Probable Selling Price (MPSP) on your business, find the right buyer with the best price, protect your confidentiality, handle negotiations and take care of administrative tasks.
Can you afford not to call a business broker?