Niche Online Business for sale Mobile Gaming Control Mount $100k Net Earnings in first 4 months. Asking $675,000

Online Business For Sale!   -Patent Pending Proprietary product. -Made in the USA with high profit margins. Over $100,000 Net earnings, and over 6000+ units sold, all generated from company website in the first 4 months of operation and over 2.7 Million website hits.   Mobile gaming control mount that has and will continue to change the way people play games on their mobile devices. Plenty of ways to grow. Asking Price $675,000 Only those who request and complete a NDA will be given additional information. Please email bizagent818@gmail.com to request or call (818) 584-1372   … [Read more...]

Selling Your Business? Expect the Unexpected!

Selling Your Business? Expect the Unexpected! According to the experts, a business owner should lay the groundwork for selling at about the same time as he or she first opens the door for business.  Great advice, but it rarely happens.  Most sales of businesses are event-driven; i.e., an event or circumstance such as partnership problems, divorce, health, or just plain burn-out pushes the business owner into selling.  The business owner now becomes a seller without considering the unexpected issues that almost always occur.  Here are some questions that need answering before selling: How much is your time worth? Business owners have a business to run, and they are generally the mainstay of the operation.  If they are too busy trying to meet with prospective buyers, answering their questions and getting necessary data to them, the business may play second fiddle.  Buyers can be very demanding and ignoring them may not only kill a possible sale, but will also reduce the purchase … [Read more...]

What is the deal with deal glue and why do I need it? Jason Alan Los Angeles Business Broker

by Jason Alan, Los Angeles Business Broker After continuously witnessing the intangible aspects of each and every business transaction I have experienced, I had to come up with a word that contained them all.  Trust, confidence, good faith, and deal strength are the traits that hold each deal together.  Industry experts agree that most deals have a tendency to fall apart 3 times before close, thus deal glue was born. The Bonding Agent A business broker handles many aspects of the transaction.  The broker confidentially manages the confidential marketing process behind selling a business.  You can think of the broker as a catalyst, something that ignites a reaction between two elements.  The broker brings buyer and seller together to form a bond, while at the same time acting as a mediator between them.  Finally, the broker handles all of the paperwork so everything gets done right. A seasoned Business Broker usually posses a certain set of skills to effectively mediate any … [Read more...]

The Entrepreneurial Generation

Personally I believe the school of hard knocks is the best way to go, but here is a alternative view on college and small business. Check out what the Princeton Review had to say about The Entrepreneurial Generation. … [Read more...]

Creative Financing Tips for Small Businesses

Creative Financing Tips for Small Businesses I found this article very helpful courtsey of MintLife Blog Read more … [Read more...]

What Does a “Unique Business” Mean?

Quite commonly, business owners feel that their business is unique, but is it really?  There are a variety of different ways that businesses can be unique.  Yet, there are some key variables and factors that simply must be in place if a business is to be simultaneously unique and valuable.  This leads us to an important question, are these unique and valuable factors transferable to a new owner?   Here are five key factors to look for in a business. Factor One-The Assets Having an intangible asset, such as the perfect location with a locked in long-term lease (which would, of course, transfer to a new owner) is of vital importance.  However, this is not the only example of critical intangible assets.  Other examples would include a robust mailing list of past and current clients that was built up over a series of years, a popular franchise relationship, trademarks and copyrights or a respected and known product line.  Factor Two-Is the Business Easily … [Read more...]

Why Sell Your Business?

Why Sell? There are a number of different explanations why selling a business can possibly be an emotional event. The business may have been in the owner's family for generations. The owner may have built it from scratch or purchased it and then poured the necessary energy into it to grow it into a successful, profitable business. For these and many other reasons, "seller's remorse" is actually one of the major causes of a deal falling through. However, despite the emotional ties to a business, there are times when selling is the best course to take. Here are just a few examples of those times. Burnout According to industry experts, burnout is a major reason owners consider selling their businesses. In time, the long hours and 7-day workweeks can take their toll. On the opposite end, business owners who thrive on challenge may get to the point that the business has just become boring - the challenge of creating it or growing it has been replaced with the mundane daily … [Read more...]

San Fernando Valley Small Business Broker – Standards and Practices In a Business Transaction – Be that guy not THAT GUY!!!

By Jason Alan San Fernando Valley Small Business Broker   June 9, 2012 Los Angeles, California Standards and Practices In a Business Transaction - Following these guidelines could improve your chances of completing the sale or purchase of a small business. Be that guy not THAT GUY! The following are helpful hints to help relieve the pain, panic and pressure of buying or selling a small business. Time kills all deals! Always do as you say and follow through no matter what on time, every time. If you say that you’re going to return a document by a certain time or perform any task by a certain point always follow through, showing up to appointments on-time is helpful too. The stress and anxiety caused by not following through or delivering by a promised time could cause a deal to completely collapse without warning. People like to know that you’re dependable and trustworthy, this can prove even more important if there is a element of seller financing involved in the … [Read more...]

Income! $125,000 Check Cashing, PayDay Advance,Gold Buying Store

Great income opportunity!  $65,000 +/ Net Earnings! All transactions are recorded using software system which makes for easy accounting and verification of income. This Business is known for its great service repeat loyal customers. Priced to sell quickly!! This check cashing, payday advance, and gold buying business has been generating profits consistently since its inception in 1996. It is located on a busy intersection in the Reseda area of the San Fernando Valley. The rent is very favorable $2950 with 4 years left. Dense residential mixed area. Well known anchor tenant located in the same complex. Services offered: check cashing, payday advance, western union, car title loans, ATM, bill pay service, notary, money orders, gov. tax refund cashing, DMV services, phone cards, plus many more services. Expansion opportunities Mail Boxes, Copy Machines, Fax Machines, Cell Phones, key copy, lotto Starting a check cashing business can be hard so why not buy an existing successful … [Read more...]

Retail Store In Los Angeles Sold To A Confidential Buyer

Retail Store In Los Angeles Sold To A Confidential Buyer in 3 months. The store is very elegantly decorated and the smooth plaster walls create an amazing finishing touch. Sells gourmet artisan chocolates, serves chocolate dipped strawberries,medallions,and serves a unique sipping chocolate for those who enjoy drinking rich dark chocolate. Authentic French macaroons are also sold and have proven to be a very popular item. What is the deal with deal glue and why do I need it? Jason Alan Los Angeles Business Broker by Jason Alan, Los Angeles Business Broker After continuously witnessing the intangible aspects of each and every business transaction I have experienced, I had to come up with a word that contained them all.  Trust, confidence, good faith, and deal strength are the traits that hold each deal together.  Industry experts agree that most deals have a tendency to fall apart 3 times before close, thus deal glue was born. The Bonding Agent A business broker handles … [Read more...]