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  • “Not” Sold By Owner

    Moral of the story: It’s best to trust people who specialize in selling if you want to get it sold.

    When you’re trying to sell your business, the importance of this is multiplied. Afterall, anyone can buy a house. Not everyone can buy your business, let alone run it successfully.

  • Hyper-focused on your sale. The way it should be.

    You’ve probably seen a nice house or car sit for sale on the market for months. Maybe because the price is too high, there’s a lack of important detail, or simply bad pictures and descriptions. One can draw assumptions, but whatever the cause, it doesn’t sell — with noticeably little to no effort to make it happen. This is all too common in the world of selling businesses. We prefer a different approach.

  • Invested in Success

    It’s no question that professional guidance is valuable. Especially through a difficult process like selling a business. Also, no question the value that comes with guidance correlates with cost; whether that be time or money. What’s at the intersection of value and cost? When success is the common goal. Let’s dive in.

  • Rethinking the Question: Do You Have Experience Selling a Business Like Mine?

    A question frequently posed to us and others in our industry is, "Do you have any experience selling a business like mine?". While our answer may sometimes be no, we believe there's a more crucial question to consider when vetting a partner to aid in your business sale.

  • A Complex Process - Simplified (Pt. 4)

    In the final installment of our four-part series, we go over why you need someone to turn to when things turn south.