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are there any standard forms used to qualify a buyer of a small business such as a restaurant?

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We are financial consultants to a group of investors whom we have their consent to manage their funds which is in our custody for cooperation in joint venture business investments.

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Chuck Woolweaver
Franchise Your Business in 60 Days
Palm Beach County, FL

Robert, it looks like you're in the real estate business. Business Brokers will always require a potential buyer to sign a Confidentiality Agreement before disclosing details about the business. In addition, you'll to ask the buyer foo a financial statement, business or personal. Most sellers won't work with a buyer unless they know he is at least financially qualified to buy the business. If there is any owner financing involved, the seller will probably require that the buyer have some related experience.

Sep 22, 2009

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