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How can I sell my business the fastest in this area of texas? What can I do to attract new buyers?

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Sabrina Smith

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Gerald Kong
Trinity Transaction Advisory, LLC
TX
Premium Broker

Are you trying to sell by yourself? If so, we have a "do-it-yourself" guide, with a section on marketing your business and "how to attract more buyers", that might help. If you want advice, we may be able to help also. Contact us at the link below.

Jul 1, 2009
Janelle Peralt
JP Business Brokers
Owner/Broker
Kerr County, TX

My best advice is to consultant with a good business broker. A qualified broker can give you the best estimate of the value of your business. This will come from the quality of your records, profitability, and potential growth. San Antonio has one of the better economies in the area. If you are distressed, this will also affect the price.
Please let me know if I can be of service.

Jul 1, 2009
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The BAF Group LLC
MD

Is it making a profit? Life (and Business Brokerage) is all about alternatives: The lower the price, the faster it may sell. Finance it yourself, and it may go faster. With either of those choices, the faster you go, the more risk you assume. We do not normally speak in terms of the "fastest" way to sell a business. That invites people that will either bid lower than you might want to go, or it implies that you HAVE to get out because there is something intrinsically wrong with the business. And if there is someting basically wrong with the deal, if you are losing money, and that is the reason you want to get out quickly, you probably won't get much (if anything) for the business. I am sorry, but without further information, that is about the best I can do.

Apr 7, 2009

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