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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
  • Just Sold Sports Bar- Now Tampa Tap Room

    Just closed on a popular sports bar in North Tampa which had been in business over 20 years.  There are some great opportunities if both buyer and sellers are patient and this was one of them.  We are aquiring some more sports bars this week so stay tunes and check our website for new listings.  Also just listed a true cash cow ...
    Posted to Sell Your Business/Buy a Business (Weblog) by 751789 on February 26, 2011
  • Buy a Sports Bar

    Are you looking for a great deal on an existing sports bar.  The best bars are the ones that are currently not on the market.  As through with many of the great things in life great bars are usually sold long before they are ever lkisted.  We have arrangements with many existing bar owners and handshake agreements that if we have a ...
    Posted to Sell Your Business/Buy a Business (Weblog) by 751789 on February 10, 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
  • Looking for a Job..Stop Buy a Business ....

    Starting a Business Beats Looking for Jobs  The Risky Economy A job search under any circumstances is no treat - rewriting your resume at least a dozen times, job searching on the Internet day after day, and landing maybe two interviews for every hundred openings you dig up - but in a shaky economy it can be downright brutal. Business ...
    Posted to Sell Your Business/Buy a Business (Weblog) by 751789 on November 18, 2010
  • Starting a Business Beat Looking for a Job

    The Risky Economy A job search under any circumstances is no treat - rewriting your resume at least a dozen times, job searching on the Internet day after day, and landing maybe two interviews for every hundred openings you dig up - but in a shaky economy it can be downright brutal. Business revenue declines, which causes companies to cut payroll, ...
    Posted to Sell Your Business/Buy a Business (Weblog) by 751789 on November 18, 2010
  • Looking for a Job............Don't Buy a Business Instead!

    The Risky Economy A job search under any circumstances is no treat - rewriting your resume at least a dozen times, job searching on the Internet day after day, and landing maybe two interviews for every hundred openings you dig up - but in a shaky economy it can be downright brutal. Business revenue declines, which causes companies to cut payroll, ...
    Posted to Sell Your Business/Buy a Business (Weblog) by 751789 on November 18, 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
  • Finding Businesses For Sale With Seller Financing

    Finding Businesses For Sale With Seller Financing  Financing a Business Purchase Few people who wish to buy a business have the kind of cash it takes to pay 100 percent of the purchase price up front. Some sort of financing is almost always necessary. The traditional path to financing the purchase of a business involves sitting down with a ...
    Posted to Sell Your Business/Buy a Business (Weblog) by 751789 on October 13, 2010
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