Updated: Nov 19, 2020
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What is a business broker?
A business brokers acts like a buffer between a buyer and a seller. Sometimes a third party can say things to a buyer and things to a seller and wind up with a more productive discussion. They help mediate deals.
If you have capital and looking for sound investments. A broker can have their ear to the ground for you. They can help you find businesses for sale that fit your parameters, including location, industry and size. The broker will typically charge you a commission of 5 to 10 percent of the purchase price, but the assistance brokers can offer, especially for first-time buyers, is often worth the cost. However, if you're trying to save money, you might want to consider hiring a broker only when you're near the final negotiating phase. Brokers can offer assistance in pinpointing interests, screening businesses, negotiating and screening businesses.