EATS Restaurant Brokers are involved with multiple Professional Organizations that are created to educate Business Brokers. I recently attended a Georgia Association of Business Brokers Spring Conference. The topic that got my interest was the Difficulties Seller’s Encounter when trying to sell a business or restaurant.
80% of Business Owners don’t know the value of their business-Source...Read More
Restaurant Brokers are specialists trained to facilitate a restaurant transaction between sellers and buyers. On a daily basis Restaurants, Brokers are working with professionals in the Restaurant Industry. Some Restaurant Brokers know the financials of a business better than the restaurant owners due to years of daily experience reviewing restaurant financial statements.
Unlike some brokers...Read More
A common question I receive monthly as a Restaurant Broker is, “Why list with a Broker, I can sell my restaurant For Sale by Owner (FSBO)? I understand the question because today’s websites offer sellers potentially cost-effective routes to selling a Restaurant online.
EATS Restaurant Brokers understand getting a buyer that is interested in buying a restaurant is the easy part, getting that...Read More
Many restaurant owners get into the business thinking only about operating a restaurant but never an exit strategy to sell a restaurant. Getting out of the restaurant business can be a challenge for most sellers in today’s market. Operating a restaurant day-to-day operation is much different than operating the sales process for selling a restaurant.
A large number of restaurant owners try to...Read More
The best day of a Restaurant owner’s life in the business world is usually when they first open the doors to their restaurant! The Restaurant Industry can be a tough business and the second-best day for a Restaurant Owner is usually when they sell the restaurant. When it’s time to sell, the business owner will prepare docs to provide to a potential buyer and review the lease signed with the...Read More
A close review of the financial statements is always in order when considering the acquisition or merger of a company. However, that is only part of what a buyer is acquiring. Other important assets are:
Repeat customers or clients
Patented product, government approvals, profitable copyrights
Broad customer or client base (diverse & growing)
Recognizable brand or...Read More