We excel in facilitating the sale or purchase of existing Main Street Businesses. Advanced Business Brokerage is comprised of a staff of Experienced Professional Intermediaries. Our purpose is to assist individuals in every aspect of business whether it’s…
- Selling a Business
- Purchasing a Business
- Providing Guidance and Consultation for a start up
- Facilitating Corporate growth in the form of a Merger or Acquisition
- Or Facilitating the Sale or Acquisition of Commercial Property
For the Seller – Our team of professionals will facilitate the successful sale of your business. It is important that you understand just what a professional business broker does in their capacity as a broker. First we help you decide how to price your business and how to structure the sale so it makes sense for everyone — you and the buyer. We work to find the right buyer for your business, and we work with you and the buyer in negotiating the best price. Then we outline an orderly plan to insure the transaction occurs in the timeline determined by both the buyer and seller. And we help the buyer in all the details of the business buying process. Again to insure a successful and stress free transaction.
In Depth Experience separates Advanced Business Brokerage from most. Our team has had years of experience in the corporate world and in business ownership. We are all committed to continuing and ongoing training and education. We keep current with the trends in business and business opportunities. We are committed to providing experienced based consulting.
Start up Consultation
We have experience in developing and guiding a startup business plan. Every new business buyer is actually undergoing their form of a startup, even when acquiring an operating business. If you’re new to business, looking to acquire a business of you own, or have that new idea for a business but need answers to questions and someone to help build a foundation and proven path, we can help.
This area is in itself a specialty. Robert K. Adams leads the initiative bringing both experience and education. Reserved for the larger in transactions, M&A involves two distinct legal processes. In one an existing company absorbs and takes over another company. The company acquired blends into the acquiring company to become one succinct brand. On the other a merger involves at least two existing companies where it’s determined that working together will create synergy and efficiency. The two combine into one newly formed company, and the original two companies dissolve.