Business Sales and Acquisitions Blog - California
Yes. We offer a 16-week webinar course for new business brokers or real estate licensees that would like to become a business broker. See: Business Broker Training.
Our affiliate, Nationwide Accounting Services, will incorporate your sole proprietorship or partnership for $200 plus the fee to the state which is currently $100. The state also charges an annual fee which is currently $800 per year. PacificBusinessAdvisors.net and NationwideAccounting.net are both incorporated in California. We believe the protections provided to the shareholders of a corporation are well worth the cost. Contact: Nationwide Accounting Services.
If you own or intend to acquire a restaurant in the near future, we encourage you to visit: How to Buy a Fine Dining Restaurant and Make Money and Great Restaurant Ideas and Checklist.
If you have sold your business in the last 18 months, you may be able to sell your old unused corporate entity or LLC for cash of $2,000 to $20,000 or more depending on several factors. The process is fast and simple. See: Have You Sold Your Business in the Last 18 Months?
If you have recently franchised your business and need assistance in marketing your franchises, you have come to the right place. Pacific Business Advisors can effectively help you sell franchises in all 50 states. Call us for a no-cost, confidential consultation. We are in the business of creating demand for your business.
Pacific Business Advisors can assist owners of profitable businesses in California franchise their business. Contact us for a no-cost, confidential consultation to see if your business qualifies.
When you decide to sell your business, one of the most important decisions you must make is your asking price. While you don’t want to underprice your business, you should be aware of certain generally recognized statistics and obtain a valuation. See: Consequences of Overpricing a Business and Receive a Free Broker Opinion of Value for Your Business.
Selling an existing business that is a franchise requires far more knowledge and experience than selling a non-franchised business as it involves obtaining the approval of the buyer and the terms of the proposed transaction by the franchisor in addition to all of the conditions of the franchise agreement. Not all business brokers have experience with franchises, including franchise documents, PacificBusinessAdvisors.net has substantial experience representing buyers and sellers of franchises and works with many franchisor companies. See: Types of Businesses for Sale: Franchises and Non-Franchised and Types of Restaurants for Sale: Franchises and Non-Franchised.