Business Brokerage

Magnusson Balfour Provides Business Brokerage Services Designed for Successful Transitions

Bringing business buyers and sellers together takes skill and business savvy. Our experience in business assessment, business financing and business valuation is beneficial for both buyers and sellers. In every transaction, we strive to know as much about the business as possible in order to make the best recommendations. That's the key reason why more business owners choose to list their business with Magnusson Balfour...and why so many entrepreneurs turn to us when seeking businesses.

We'll guide you through the steps of how to evaluate the value and price, how to best finance the transaction, how to qualify, how to present, or find an interesting opportunity, and all other aspects of the contractual and transition process.

When a business is considered for sale, it's vitally important to keep the transition CONFIDENTIAL. We keep issues out of the day-to-day operations of the business. We complete our work without interrupting the flow of business thereby protecting the business value. In fact, we often help businesses improve their operations as we advise on best practices to prepare for the transition to the next owner.

Learn more about buying or selling a business with Magnusson Balfour Commercial and Business Brokers by contacting our office today. Call (207) 774-7715 or complete the information on our Contact page.

What People Are Saying

"The wisest thing I did was seek out professional advice. I knew that Magnusson Balfour specialized in brokering businesses. They crunched the numbers and gave me a lot to think about and analyze. That due diligence has to be done correctly. The stones have to be turned over. They knew where the stones were. I didn't. Working with Magnusson Balfour has given me the confidence to move forward and to turn away from things that may not have been beneficial for us." name withheld for confidentiality

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"How Do I..."

Q: How come when I call a broker about a business I’ve seen listed on the internet, they give me the runaround instead of just sending me the information?

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Q: I’ve been advertising my business for sale and have obtained a few interested buyers, but they all lose interest when they ask for the tax returns- even after I tell them that I bring home an additional $500 a week in cash. How do I get around this?

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