Denver Business Brokers™

Denver Business Brokers™ sets the highest quality standards in the industry, providing professional service with integrity. Strength, professionalism and commitment are the cornerstones of Denver Business Brokers™. As advocates we provide as advocates a comprehensive consultative approach to each and every business transaction to buyers and sellers of main street, upper main street, and middle market businesses.

The decision to buy or sell a business is often a difficult one because of the profound personal and financial impact. The dedicated full-time Professional Intermediaries at Denver Business Brokers™ are committed to protect every client’s interest and to working diligently with every client facilitating the purchase or sale of a business or business interest. Choosing to work with Denver Business Brokers™ means you will have peace of mind in knowing that we work to secure the best possible result for yourself from the onset of the buying or selling process. At Denver Business Brokers™ we provide professional service with proven results.

Contact us today to schedule a free consultation regarding the sale of your business.

 

Recent Posts

  • Personal Goodwill: Who Owns It?

    Personal Goodwill: Who Owns It?

    Personal Goodwill has always been a fascinating subject, impacting the sale of many small to medium-sized businesses – and possibly even larger companies. How is personal goodwill developed? An individual starts a business and, during the process, builds one or more of the following: • A positive personal reputation • …
  • The Three Ways to Negotiate

    The Three Ways to Negotiate

    Basically, there are three major negotiation methods. 1. Take it or leave it. A buyer makes an offer or a seller makes a counter-offer – both sides can let the “chips fall where they may.” 2. Split the difference. The buyer and seller, one or the other, or both, decide …
  • Due Diligence — Do It Now!

    Due Diligence — Do It Now!

    Due diligence is generally considered an activity that takes place as part of the selling process. It might be wise to take a look at the business from a buyer’s perspective in performing due diligence as part of an annual review of the business. Performing due diligence does two things: …
  • Considerations When Selling…Or Buying

    Considerations When Selling…Or Buying

    Important questions to ask when looking at a business…or preparing to have your business looked at by prospective buyers. • What’s for sale? What’s not for sale? Does it include real estate? Are some of the machines leased instead of owned? • What assets are not earning money? Perhaps these …
  • Keys to a Successful Closing

    Keys to a Successful Closing

    The closing is the formal transfer of a business. It usually also represents the successful culmination of many months of hard work, extensive negotiations, lots of give and take, and ultimately a satisfactory meeting of the minds. The document governing the closing is the Purchase and Sale Agreement. It generally …
  • “Red Flags” in the Sunset

    “Red Flags” in the Sunset

    Unlike that poetic title of an old-time standard song, Red Sails in the Sunset, red flags are not a pretty sight. They can cause a deal to crater. Sellers have to learn to recognize situations indicating there might be a problem in their attempt to sell their business. Very, very …