Monthly Archives: March 2009

How to get Business Brokers to take you seriously.

Though we try very hard to answer all inquiries in a timely manner, the number-one complaint I hear from buyers is that many brokers don’t respond to their inquiries. With at least ten buyers for every seller and very few … Continue reading

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Washington Market to grow 2.5% from mid 2008 to 2010.

A view of Wall Street from the steps of Federal Hall in lower Manhattan. For YAHOO NEWS By Peter Coy Peter Coy – Fri Feb 20, 8:08 am ET Look out, New York. Washington is gaining on you. As the … Continue reading

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Buying a Business – Time to sit down with the Seller(s)

Excerpted from, by permission: Meeting with sellers is a crucial step in the business buying process. It is so important that you ask good questions. If not, you will waste time, miss out on good opportunities, or overlook a … Continue reading

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