An experienced business broker understands the market and where the market is going. They can use their insight to guide you to a probable selling price. As an owner, it can be difficult to separate your emotions from the numbers, particularly if this business is your life’s work.
A broker can help identify qualified buyers discreetly and facilitate confidentiality agreements. Confidentiality ensures that the buyer and seller have the opportunity to create their own communication plans.
A broker can guard against delays, avoid technical pitfalls, and protect you from legal fallout.
An experienced business broker will maximize your exposure with a multi-pronged marketing program.
The outside perspective of a broker can help both buyers and sellers make rational decisions and minimize emotional bias. A broker also acts as a buffer between the buyer and seller when tensions run high.