There are many complicated steps to selling, purchasing, or valuing a company.
Buying or selling your business is one of the most important financial decisions you’ll make. And it's likely you'll only do it once -
so getting it right is extremely important.
Hi. I’m Sheila Spangler.
As a professional business broker and business appraiser, I guide you through the transition out of or into your privately-held company.
Valuing and selling a business and getting the best price possible requires the right process, people, experience, and professionalism.
I specialize in business sales, business valuation, negotiation, deal structure, and financing for privately-owned companies including family owned businesses.
No matter what stage you and your business are in, let’s have a conversation about how to maximize your return on investment.
If selling (or buying) a privately-owned company was easy, you could call your local business broker and sell (or buy) a business within three days like purchasing stock in a publicly traded company. Unfortunately, it's not that simple.
According to BizBuySell, it takes about nine months, start to finish, to sell a privately owned company, if it can be sold.
However, it is possible to improve the odds of selling your company for a better valuation. Here are a few tips.
At a minimum, you will need:
Give me a call and let's talk about the "sale-ability" odds and your potential business valuation.
Let me know what questions you have about selling, buying, business valuation, financing your business or working with a business broker. All conversations are confidential.