Business Brokers Save Buyers Time, Money and Stress

Buying a business directly from a vendor isn’t a great idea. Buying through a broker will save you time, money and stress. A good business broker has helped people buy and sell businesses time and again, and will have seen all the patterns, trends and tricks. They can help you consider clauses for your Offer that will help protect your interests (or what to ask your solicitor, if you have one); what price range might apply to the business; common features of a business transition (such as a trial period, assistance period, banking finance, lease transfer, franchise agreements) and how to negotiate with interested parties. Using a broker will open your mind. If you are thinking about buying a business direct from an owner, you will become fixated on that one opportunity, to the exclusion of all others. A broker has many businesses for sale. This will allow you to compare various aspects of businesses that are for sale (location, price, length of lease etc). There’s a lot to learn when you buy a business, and a business broker will not only guide you, a good one will help educate you along the way! Protect your interests: buy through a broker, every time