Because we always achieve the highest price and identify a buyer which will sustain the legacy of the seller and his/her employees
Because we have an enviable record of success (we’ve sold every company that has stayed in the game to the finish). We accomplish this by doing the following:
Critically reviewing and suggesting changes to the financials
Suggesting improvements to the company operations.
Enabling the Seller to focus on running the company.
Preparing informative marketing materials
Identifying potential buyers who have the financial capacity to buy the company
Negotiating Letters of Intent.
Coordinating with both parties’ attorneys.
Coordinating and responding to Buyer due diligence requests.
Establishing a “data room” to facilitate distribution of documents.
In a DIY scenario, the Seller must perform the tasks listed above, and,
Be intensively involved in the details of the transaction.
Not have the time to adequately manage the company
Will be challenged to find a Buyer
Will have issues qualifying and vetting potential Buyers
Will find time consuming responding to Buyer Due Diligence requests
Will be confronted with Buyer attempts to negotiate a lower price.
Will encounter high attorney costs.
Will not be pleased with the final price.
Recent Quote from a DIY Seller: “It was one of the worst experiences of my life and the final sales price did not meet my expectations.”