“Bringing Mid-Market to Main Street” Most Middle Market M&A firms only consider transactions with valuations in excess of $20 million. Due to their structure and overhead, they tend to concentrate on larger deals and prefer not to be bothered with the challenges of smaller, family-owned companies. Traditional Business Brokers handle the sale of small retail and service “Main-street” businesses, typically with revenues of under $1 million. While these firms may attempt gain listings within the lower middle-market, they typically lack the knowledge, sophistication and resources to represent these business owners in the best possible manner. In the end, this approach often proves very costly for the business owners these brokers claim to represent. MidStreet was founded with the intention of addressing the under-served market that falls between these two segments, thus providing lower middle-market, privately-owned businesses with a level of representation previously made available only to much larger companies.
Cape Carteret, NC
With tremendous opportunity to really grow a profitable business, Harborlight Guest House is a place where guests are primarily seeking a relaxing getaway where they can enjoy the beach, fishing, water recreational sports and just relax in celebration of special occasions or getaways. Six guest rooms waterfront property.Once the site of a ferry landing, the former restaurant converted to bed & breakfast underwent a complete transformation from the former to the latter in 1993 and has been updated since then.
White Sulphur Springs, NC
Located 3.5 miles from Historic downtown Mount Airy and 8 miles from the Blue Ridge Parkway, 1.5 hours from Charlotte, 35 miles from Winston-Salem and 2 hours from Raleigh. Featured in Our State Magazine in March of 2013. Also featured on UNC TV as a most unique place to visit. See details on the website. The mineral springs that were part of the historic past are still available on site. The property includes 6 new rental cabins, a 3 bedroom home and is zoned for 180 residential homes. Visit www.wsscabins.com for some additional details. During the late 1800's and early 1900's White Sulphur Springs was known as one of the finest resorts on the East Coast. In the summer of 1888 , " The Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Railroad" was completed from Wilmington to Mount Airy. People traveled to the resort to enjoy the lush landscapes, cool mountain breezes and the rejuvenating waters of the spring.
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