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  • Profitable Pizza Shop Great Location!

    Just listed a profitable pizza shop in a very busy part of town.  Stand alone 1700 building.  This seller has excellent records and is willing to finance with 75K down.  Perfect for family or first time business buyer.  Full staff already in place.  Purchase with or without the franchise if experienced.  If you ...
    Posted to Sell Your Business/Buy a Business (Weblog) by 751789 on February 27, 2011
  • Family General C-Store with Gas 249K

    Just listed an unique opportunity for an C-Store in the heart of North Tampa.  It is in a residential neighborhood and boosts 2400 sq ft loaded with all the necessary inventory.  Current sales are approx 40K month and is family owned operated.  Seller is willing to hold some paper with 150K down.  Perfect for first time ...
    Posted to Sell Your Business/Buy a Business (Weblog) by 751789 on February 21, 2011
  • Sell your business Today with TampaCashCows!

    Owning one’s own business is very much a part of the American dream. The realization of that dream requires a major investment of resources: money, time, dedication and, indeed, a complete change in lifestyle. Operating a successful business is an all-consuming task, and its success or failure has far-reaching ramifications for the ...
    Posted to Sell Your Business/Buy a Business (Weblog) by 751789 on December 2, 2010
  • 10 Reasons a Business Never Sells!

    Top 10 Reasons a business never sells. There can be dozens of reasons why a business never sells; below are some of the most common:   1. Priced too high, no justification for the price  (no basis for asking price)   2. Business cannot be financed. (Buyers want leverage, Sellers want to cash out)   3. Poor ...
    Posted to Sell Your Business/Buy a Business (Weblog) by 751789 on November 26, 2010
  • I want to sell my Business What Should I do?

    When you sell your business, you want to get all of your cash upfront, putting the risk in the hands of the buyer. When you buy a business, you want to put up as little cash as possible in favor of paying for results in an earn-out—sothe risk sits in the hands of the seller.If a potential buyer sees your company as risky, he or she ...
    Posted to Sell Your Business/Buy a Business (Weblog) by 751789 on November 2, 2010
  • Buying a Business With No Money Down!

    Buying a Business With No Money Down?  Cash-Poor Entrepreneur Many of us have dreams of owning our own business. Franchise opportunities abound for people who have ready cash to spend, although it can take close to six figures ($100,000) to do a proper job of it - what with the initial franchise fee, start-up or build-out costs, inventory, ...
    Posted to Sell Your Business/Buy a Business (Weblog) by 751789 on October 6, 2010
  • The Secret to buying a profitbale small business.

    This blog is based on a recent transaction in which the buyer was able to ensure there success by structuring the deal so that the seller had full control of the revenues.  This buyer asked the seller to stay on during the traing period but will make all the porifts less the cost of goods.  This allowed the seller to fully focus to the ...
    Posted to Sell Your Business/Buy a Business (Weblog) by 751789 on October 5, 2010
  • When buying a business how to make a win win for both buyer and seller!

    This blog is based on a recent transaction in which the buyer was able to ensure there success by structuring the deal so that the seller had full control of the revenues.  This buyer asked the seller to stay on during the traing period but will make all the porifts less the cost of goods.  This allowed the seller to fully focus to the ...
    Posted to Sell Your Business/Buy a Business (Weblog) by 751789 on October 5, 2010
  • First-Time Business Buyers: What You Need To Know

    Taking the Entrepreneurial Leap Making the transition from worker bee to small business owner involves a great deal of time, effort, money, and personal commitment. It is not a decision to be made hastily nor taken lightly. There are certain questions you need to ask and certain elements to consider, with every step along the way a potential ...
    Posted to Sell Your Business/Buy a Business (Weblog) by 751789 on September 23, 2010
  • Recent Business Sold- Tons of Great Deals!

    Just wanted to give some hope to some buyers and sellers as there are still plenty of great opportunities and timing is everything.  Often in this industry buyers will go from business to business broker to broker and never pulling the trigger on that perfect opportunity.  There is no perfect opportunity.  They are issues and ...
    Posted to Sell Your Business/Buy a Business (Weblog) by 751789 on September 14, 2010
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