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Most businesses have a valuation performed in some fashion prior to selling or transferring. Partnership buy-ins or buy-outs, gifting, inheritance, retirement, divorce, are also good reasons for having a business valuation performed. As part of an on-going annual strategy, some businesses have an annual, or periodic valuation done for them as a way of tracking growth in net worth or market value.

At Coast Business Brokerage, we can provide you with a formal written Broker's Opinion of Value (most probable selling price), which is more than sufficient for most businesses and companies up to about $2.5 million in gross revenues. The cost for these valuations can range from $300 to $5,000 and beyond. Contact us for more information.

For companies beyond $2.5 million in gross revenues, we work closely with several nationally accredited business appraisers that perform valuations and appraisals to USPAP standards for: ESOPs, trademark or brand values, intellectual property rights, mergers and acquisitions, and so forth.


What a Business Broker Does

A business broker assists many ways in the process of buying or selling your business. Some of these include:

  • Professional pricing and valuations
  • Marketing and advertising
  • Qualifying potential buyers
  • Presenting the business
  • Negotiating the sale transaction
  • Arranging for financing if needed
  • Handling and managing the escrow process
  • Organizing massive amounts of paperwork
  • Maintaining the privacy and confidentiality of your business

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