Selling Your Business

We are prepared to provide you with an immediate indication of the value of your company, from a financial standpoint. Our response time typically requires 5 days after receipt of sufficient information with which to prepare a valuation for your consideration.

You may send this information directly to our home office or the office you are working with; it will then be assembled for our acquisition valuation committee, where it will be evaluated.

Since we are advisors in each transaction, there are no brokers or middlemen for you to deal with, nor commissions due to anyone - thus increasing your total sale consideration. However, if you have your business listed for sale already, we will fully cooperate with your agent, or assist your investment banker.


When you get an appraisal of your business, you want to know that it can truly "sell" for that price.  Our appraisal services are handled in two ways:

  • We provide a true going value business appraisal that involves your management being able to buy the business at the appraisal price or,

  • We provide an asset appraisal as a stand alone at either market value, orderly sale value or auction value.

No appraisal firm provides you with our unique going business acquisition value.

Free Business Valuation

Free business value range ($1,995 value). We can give you a basic value range as an LBO for your business or a cash flow valuation range, at no cost ($1,995 value), so that so you may have an idea of what to expect from a possible sale.

In order for us to provide you a valuation, it will be necessary for you to give us the following information.

  1. Two years of financial data - balance sheets, income statements and notes to financial's. If your statements do not contain detailed notes, please attach your own explanation of line items. In addition, please provide current updated information, in addition to the year-end data.
  2. Equipment list detailing make, model and basic specs of equipment.
  3. Listing of loans to be paid or assumed by the buyer, with principal and monthly payments broken down.
  4. Listing of real estate assets and approximate value, with mortgage loans detailed.
  5. Aging summary of accounts receivable and payable (not the actual customer list, just the aging summary).
  6. Statement describing the strength and adequacy of your remaining management team after you leave the company.

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