Q: Why is seller financing so important?

Surveys show that a seller who insists on all cash, receives, on average, 70% of the asking price
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Q: How long will it take to sell my business?

The average is three months to one year, but that’s just an average.
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Q: What can restaurant brokers do? What can’t they do?

Restaurant brokers are professionals who specialize in the sale of restaurants and food-service-related businesses
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Q: Do I need an attorney?

Our policy is to use attorneys who are experienced in all aspects of restaurant and food-service business sales for a cost-effective closing.
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Q: What happens when I find a restaurant I want to buy?

Once you’ve seen the restaurant of your dreams, talk with your restaurant broker to get answers to your questions
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Q: What does it take to be successful?

You must have adequate capital to buy the restaurant and to make necessary improvements
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Q: What should I look for?

Look for a business you feel comfortable in and would be proud to own and operate.
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Q: How are restaurants priced?

Prospective sellers often ask a broker to suggest a selling price
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Q: What is the real reason people go into business for themselves?

Surveys report consistent answers to that question, and the answers are often in identical order.
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Q: Why should I buy an existing restaurant instead of opening a new one?

Existing restaurants have track records; you can verify the need for the product or service in that particular location.
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