Saturday, 17 December 2016
When it comes to everything you do, knowledge is power, and the more you know about the task you intend to undergo, the greater your chance of success. In the business buying process, getting educated about the marketplace, the risks, and the rewards of owning your own business can help guide you toward a more well-informed purchase.
Buying a business for sale in Vancouver requires you to make many critical decisions. As you sift through what’s available, you need to assess your needs and desires, and ask yourself some very important questions. As well, you need to identify your level of motivation, passion, tolerance for risk, and of course, your budget. Read more from this blog:
Friday, 16 December 2016
One of the most common questions asked by people interested to buy apartment buildings for sale in Vancouver is if they need to involve a business broker in the process. Unfortunately, answering this question is not that simple. First of all, business brokers, more often than not, represent sellers. But that’s not to say they can’t provide buyers with useful advice.
Depending on the level of expertise and they years logged in the business, a good business broker can play a very specific and important role in the buying process. For starters, brokers can help you find the hidden gems. With a business broker’s help, you can learn the many nuances inherent in submarkets. Read more from this blog:
Deals fall apart all the time. Some reasons are practical, others not. The reasons can basically be divided into four categories—those caused by the seller, those by the buyer, those by a third party, and ‘acts of fate,’ where the circumstances are beyond the control of an involved party.
Vancouver business brokers know full well how taxing a frenzied business transaction can be, and it can get even more frustrating when the deal collapses when it is so close to fruition. The good news is there are things you can do to prevent a deal from falling apart, so it pays to know the most common mistakes to make that lead to this result. Read more from this blog:
Negotiating the sale of a commercial property is a tricky endeavor. For starters, there are plenty of factors to consider including how much the asset is worth, what is its profit potential, whether the property already has tenancy in place, etc. To a lot of buyers, these factors can be the cause of significant anxiety, but for a savvy business owner, these are simply opportunities to negotiate a better deal. Here are a four essential tips for tackling Vancouver commercial property for sale negotiations and how you can use them to achieve a lower price tag and other more favorable purchase terms.
Never negotiate a deal on your own
The first thing you need to decide on is who will represent you. Having an intermediary such as a lawyer or business broker is a good choice when dealing with a seller. Read more from this blog: