Would you rather invest money to start a business with no cash flow or buy one with an existing revenue stream?
Buying a Business Newsletter - 2021 Archive
As a buyer it is important to design your own Due Diligence list for examining a business.
Successful negotiating is a give-and-take process, never a my-way-or-the-highway proposition.
As a Buyer you should learn as much as possible about a business in order to make an offer; but taking too much time may mean you miss out on the opportunity altogether.
Buying a business, can be daunting and a little complicated. Never try it alone. Assemble a Deal Team to help you through the process.
To make buying a business a win-win, ask questions and listen carefully to the sellers motivations.
Buying a business is like starting a business with a huge head start.
Before buying a business, know the difference between running a business and being self employed. One works even when you're not there, the other only works when you are there.
If you’re ready to become a business owner investing in a proven franchise makes a lot of sense. Just make sure the one you select fits your needs.
Buying a business requires understanding your specific criteria as a buyer.
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