Business Valuation. Most business brokers will provide a value estimate for your small business once you retain them. Some, for an extra fee, will even provide a certified appraisal. The ultimate goal of valuation is to make sure the seller gets a fair but realistic price for the business. During price negotiations, the broker can act as an intermediary between seller and buyer.
Financing Options. Business brokers will often have relationships with banks that can help provide the buyer with financing options for purchasing the business.
Paperwork and Closing. Business brokers can be immensely helpful in making sure all the paperwork that’s needed in a business sale gets completed. They will bring together all the parties that are needed at closing, including the buyer, seller, attorneys, and accountants.
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