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How do find the value of my business?

A serious buyer approuched me about buying my real estate that has two buildings on two acres and is currently doing business. Should I just price it high or get a professional appraisal?

eric brickman

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Douglas Batts
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Collin County, TX
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Eric, I'd seriously recommend that you get an appraisal by someone who is certified in appraising both businesses & real estate. Having a good concrete understanding of what your business is worth will significantly improve the odds of you getting a fair price for your assets.

Jun 24, 2009
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If you're unsure about how much to sell your business for, BizBuySell has a valuation reporting tool that will help you choose the right price for your business based on related businesses currently listed or recently sold.

Jun 23, 2009

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