A business broker is an intermediary between a buyer and seller. One of the key functions of a business broker is to act as a cushion between the buyer and the seller and negotiate the details of the deal at a time when emotions can, and do, run high. A small business is often one of the biggest assets a business owner has, one which he or she has spent considerable time and money building.
An experienced broker knows how to price a business and market the business in a way you might not be able to. The buyer can ask the broker pointed questions that might be difficult to ask you directly and get the answers he or she needs. The broker can also help answer any questions or resolve any problems that develop during the course of the sale.
How We Find a Business For You To Buy
Buying a business is all about fit. There has to be the right fit between skills, aptitudes, passions and timing in order for the acquisition of a business to be successful.
How We Sell Your Business
When it comes to selling your business, finding the right buyer can be time-consuming and daunting if you try to do it yourself. A seasoned business broker, such as a Gemma broker, can read the market, knows who’s buying what and who’s got resources, and weed out the so-called “tire kickers” from serious buyers with sufficient financial resources who are well-suited to run a business like yours.