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Great news for business owners-sellers and business buyers in 2021!  6 Months No Payments on New SBA Loans from February thru September 2021 plus PPP Loan Program 2021!  The COVID Relief Act passed in December 2020 has reinstated the 6 months of loan forgiveness on new SBA loans funded between February 1st, 2021 and September

E-commerce businesses operate with different business models from conventional brick and mortar businesses.  The primary differences are the operational and technological aspects of the business which are often key to the company’s success as well as value drivers for the business.  Consequently selling an e-commerce business is a bit different from selling a conventional business

The UCLA Anderson Economic Forecast for 2021 is looking very promising with projected GDP growth roaring back in the second quarter of 2021.  California is expected to have higher growth than the rest of the nation and has a very good economic outlook for 2021 and 2022.   So why should you sell your business in

UCLA economists are predicting an economic rebound in 2021 after a few weak months in early 2021.  Basically it will be a continued gloomy COVID winter, with a spring rebound starting off the recovery.  This is good news after a turbulent 2020 for the US economy and it’s great news for the California economy as

Every business owner wants to get the maximum value for their manufacturing business when they decide to sell it.  As middle-market business brokers specializing in the sale of manufacturing businesses between $1million and $50 million in sales, we see a wide variety of manufacturing companies.  This gives us a great deal of insight into what

The short answer is NO!  At Pacific Business Sales we do not charge any upfront fees on transactions less than $25 million in revenue.  We prepare a  comprehensive free Market Value Analysis for each of our prospective clients before we list the business for sale.  We also prepare a comprehensive Confidential Information Memorandum (CIM) for each

Most small-business sales transactions are in the form of an Asset Sale which is great for the Buyer because it limits successor liabilities and offers the maximum depreciation after the sale.  Another reason Asset Sales are the most common transactions is that many Construction Business Brokers are not familiar with or capable of doing Stock Sales. 

One of the challenges in selling a construction company or contractor business is the Contractor’s Licensing requirements in California.  At Pacific Business Sales we specialize in the sale of construction-contractor businesses, which is why Orange County trusts us to be their #1 referred construction business brokers.  Through our years of experience selling construction-contractor businesses, we

Purchase Agreements for the sale of a business are either Asset Purchase Agreements, Stock Purchase Agreements or LOI’s (Letters of Intent).  There are effectively two choices when buying or selling a business with respect to purchase agreements.  A buyer can opt to have their attorney draft the purchase agreement from scratch or use a standardized

Financing is a critical and frequently overlooked aspect of selling your business.  The fact is all cash transactions are very rare other than for very small businesses.  Nearly all business sales have financing, and there are essentially two choices, SBA financing or Seller financing which involves the seller carrying a note.   SBA Loans; More Cash

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