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* Fair Market Value
* A Business Will Sell If:
* Why use Business Investment
* Fees

Fair Market Value is defined as "The price at which the interest would change hands between a willing buyer and a willing seller, both being adequately informed of the relevant facts, and neither being under any compulsion to buy or to sell."

Our company will conduct a no-obligation, fair market evaluation of your business. We will carefully review your financial history and recast your financial statements to show the estimated Fair Market Value of assets and real earning. Sellers often use this information to decide if this is the best time to sell their business.

Through our years of experience in successfully representing business owners who wish to sell their business, we have found that a business will sell if:

1. The Seller has a compelling reason to sell
2. The business is priced at its fair market value
3. The Seller will consider terms rather than requiring a cash sale
4. The cash flow from the business will:
      a. support an adequate salary for the Buyer
      b. support the terms of the sale
5. The business has accurate books and records
6. The Seller will not compete with the Buyer

National averages show that a small business will require 6 to 12 months to sell and approximately 45 days to close after an offer to purchase has been accepted.

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