Do I need a broker?
An experienced broker can be a valuable resource whether you are buying or selling a business. However, they come at a steep price and for many smaller transactions may not be necessary. In addition, the large commission they charge (usually 10% or more of the sales price, paid by the seller) can really hurt many potential deals.
WHAT DOES A BROKER DO
After step 2, most brokers hand off the remaining details to a separate attorney who drafts the sales agreement and makes sure all of the legal requirements are met.
So, if you can calculate a value and find a buyer - you may not need a broker (or the hefty price tag). Here is how DME Liquidators can help.
HOW TO DETERMINE THE VALUE OF YOUR COMPANY
We have a host of tools designed to help you calculate the value of your business. They were designed by industry veterans, business brokers, MBA's and a college business professor. Our tools are included for free with our service.
In addition, we've built a Medicare contract valuator that uses your market share along with Medicare's utilization data to give you a real world value of a Medicare contract.
YOUR PRIVATE NETWORK OF BUYERS
Our system is web based, and broadcast to virtually every buyer in the industry. In addition, many companies are now in the market to buy their first company. They have the cash and credit, but are not among the typical buyers. We put your business in front of them too!
So, you could spend 10% of your companies value on a broker, or you could use our service for a fraction of the price.