• Reaching potential buyers. Business brokers have the tools and resources to reach the largest possible base of buyers.
  • Every business is different, with hundreds of variables that have an impact on the value. Pinnacle Business Brokers have access to business transaction databases that can be used to assist in valuation. But the best way for a business owner to truly feel comfortable that he got the best deal is to have several financially viable parties bidding for his business, which we can get for you.
  • Valuing your Business. Let’s face it, valuing a business is far more difficult and complex than valuing a house. The average house will sell in less than four months, while the average business sale is nine months to a year. Even after the business is sold, the seller can be expected to put in at least a few months, and possibly years of transition time, helping to make the new owner a success.
  • Marketing. A business broker can help present your company in the best light to maximize the sale price. They have an understanding of the key values that buyers are looking for and can assist in identifying changes that can lead to a better selling price. You don’t have the time to run your business, compile marketing materials, advertise, screen buyers, give tours and facilitate due diligence. We let you focus on running your business.
  • Balance of Experience. Many business buyers have acquired multiple businesses while sellers usually have only one sale. An experience business broker can level the playing field for a business owner making his one and only business sale.
  • Closing a Deal. Since the business broker’s sole function is to sell the business, there’s a much better chance that a deal will be closed in less time. The faster the sale, the better.