Results for: "Business Brokers" in "johannesburg, South Africa"

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Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

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5 Fourth St

Fourth St

Johannesburg

2091

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.23209

28.01433

34 Bellavista Rd

Bellavista Centre

Bellavista Rd

Johannesburg

2190

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.25641

28.03142

965 Box

Box

Alberton

1450

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.27415

28.01121

1 Letaba Rd

The Glen Shopping Centre

Letaba Rd

Johannesburg

2190

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.26851

28.05217

14 Rosherville Rd

Rosherville Rd

Johannesburg

2197

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.2226

28.0793

Mondeor

Mondeor

Alberton

1450

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.27415

28.01121

243 Booysens Rd

Booysens Rd

Johannesburg

2001

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.21388

28.03652

23 Loveday St

Loveday St

Johannesburg

2000

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.2121561

28.0414705

15 Biermann Rd

Rosebank Towers

Biermann Rd

Johannesburg

2001

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.20817

28.0388

Top Business Brokers

Business brokers are intermediaries who facilitate the sale of privately held businesses by working with both the buyers and sellers. Business brokers operate similarly to real estate agents, however their practice is limited to business entities only. These brokers also go by other names including investment bankers and merger specialists.  
 
A business broker represents a seller to find a buyer or works for an investor that is looking for business opportunities. Business brokers are often small independent business owners. Business brokers could also work for large business brokerage firms. Business brokers perform a variety of functions. These typically include estimating the value of a business, advertising it for sale, handling potential buyer interviews, discussions and negotiations with prospective buyers. Business brokers will ensure that the news of the sale remains completely confidential. That means that other parties involved in the business will only find out about the sale when the owner is ready to let them know.
 
Experienced business brokers know what paperwork needs to be filed and when it needs to happen. These professionals will answer any questions related to the sale and will resolve any issues that might arise during the course of the transaction. Brokers fees generally range between five to ten percent of the selling price of the business, depending on the negotiations between the buyer and seller. Using a broker can be very beneficial, as the broker can get you a better deal for your business and also ensure that negotiations run smoothly as well as handle all paperwork and legal documents involved in the sale.
 
To find top business brokers in South Africa, browse our Yellowpages listings. 

Top Business Brokers

Business brokers are intermediaries who facilitate the sale of privately held businesses by working with both the buyers and sellers. Business brokers operate similarly to real estate agents, however their practice is limited to business entities only. These brokers also go by other names including investment bankers and merger specialists.  
 
A business broker represents a seller to find a buyer or works for an investor that is looking for business opportunities. Business brokers are often small independent business owners. Business brokers could also work for large business brokerage firms. Business brokers perform a variety of functions. These typically include estimating the value of a business, advertising it for sale, handling potential buyer interviews, discussions and negotiations with prospective buyers. Business brokers will ensure that the news of the sale remains completely confidential. That means that other parties involved in the business will only find out about the sale when the owner is ready to let them know.
 
Experienced business brokers know what paperwork needs to be filed and when it needs to happen. These professionals will answer any questions related to the sale and will resolve any issues that might arise during the course of the transaction. Brokers fees generally range between five to ten percent of the selling price of the business, depending on the negotiations between the buyer and seller. Using a broker can be very beneficial, as the broker can get you a better deal for your business and also ensure that negotiations run smoothly as well as handle all paperwork and legal documents involved in the sale.
 
To find top business brokers in South Africa, browse our Yellowpages listings. 

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