What is Adjusted Owner Benefit?
Adjusted Owner Benefit The adjusted owner benefit is the standard way by which business brokers express what is commonly perceived as the net profits of a business that is being advertised for sale. Some business brokers refer to the Seller’s Discretionary Earnings (SDE) when referencing the adjusted owner benefit. There is a large difference, however, […]
Find the Best Business Broker
Hiring the Best Business Broker The most critical step in selling one’s business is hiring the best possible business broker. The business broker will often be entrusted with confidentially selling a business that represents a business owner’s lifetime of hard work and perseverance. Maintaining a confidential sale throughout the sales process and obtaining the best […]
How To Sell A Physical Therapy Center
Strong Demand for Physical Therapy Centers in South Florida Physical Therapy clinics provide treatment for patients in need of physical rehabilitation. Common reasons to seek physical therapy are for back pain, neck pain, sports injuries, car accidents, and orthopedic post-surgical care. Licensed physical therapists must evaluate the patient and oversee all clinical treatments, but oftentimes […]
How Leasehold Rights Can Improve the Value of Your Business
What are Leasehold Rights? A leasehold right is the temporary right of a commercial tenant to occupy and use leased property. The leasehold right is memorialized in writing via a lease between the current occupant (or business owner) and the landlord. A commercial lease invariably allows for the transfer of the leasehold rights to a […]
What Documents Are Needed to Sell Your Business?
Having the Right Documents Generally Leads to A Higher Purchase Price In the initial business evaluation between the seller and the business broker, the seller should be asked to provide certain documents that enables the business broker to price and list the business properly. A well prepared seller with the right documents generally leads to […]
Using Section 1031 Exchanges for Business Sales
Section 1031 Exchanges Have A Limited but Significant Role In Business Sales No seller desires to pay taxes after selling their business. Long term capital gains taxes can be as high as 20 percent of the purchase price (and may increase!). Unfortunately, Section 1031 Exchanges have limited application to most business sellers because the favorable […]
How to Sell Convenience Stores
Convenience stores can be a very profitable business for savvy operators with good locations and well run stores. Many convenience stores are absentee-run which make excellent passive investments. Let’s explore the key factors in assessing the value of a convenience store, and the best way to price a convenience store for sale. Valuing Convenience Stores […]
Funding Your Business with Business Loan Brokers
Business Loan Brokers Help Fund Businesses Business loan brokers (or commercial loan brokers) help business owners qualify for and receive commercial loans that suit their unique business financing needs. The business loan brokers are paid a percentage of the loan that the business owner receives. Such commercial loans have a role to play when businesses […]
How Much Does it Cost to Sell A Business in Palm Beach County?
The Cost of Selling A Business in Palm Beach County Selling a business is not without costs, but most of those costs (including the commission) are not incurred until and unless the business actually sells. The average commission cost is at least ten percent for small businesses, and in many cases may be the only […]
Selling Your Business To A South Florida Competitor
Competitors May Make Great Buyers of Businesses Most small businesses in South Florida have local, regional, or national competitors. A critical part of the listing process is determining which of these competitors may make good acquirors. Often times, the buyer in such a case are able and willing to close more quickly and at a […]