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Are you looking for good advice without high fees or conflicts of interest? Unlike most brokers, we do not require a one-year, exclusive contract. Instead, you get the benefit of the same processes and resources that the best brokers in the country use, plus our dedicated team of expert advisors, but without the high fees and long-term contracts.
Whereas most brokers work on a commission basis, we eliminate this bias by working similar to other professionals, such as attorneys and accountants. This allows us to provide significant savings over using a commission-based broker, even for the smallest businesses. Commission-based brokers have a natural conflict of interest.
We customize the process based on the size, industry and type of your business. Each project is unique and thus personalized to suit the needs of you and your business. We work with you as a team throughout the process, handling all of the technical details and walking you through the process step by step, while you do the basics — talking to buyers.
We have taken a complicated process and made it simpler. Morgan & Westfield uses a proven process to sell your business. We do all of this at a low cost and without requiring a long-term contract. We have developed a streamlined process for selling a business that is simple, transparent and highly effective. We have successfully sold hundreds of businesses over the years and will guide you through the entire process for one low, flat fee.
We can guide you through the entire process for one low, flat fee, which includes preparing your company for sale, marketing, advertising, screening buyers, preparing an offer, managing the due diligence process, and successfully handling the closing. Nothing is left to chance. We work with you as a team throughout the process, handling all of the technical details and walking you through the process step by step.
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has helped sell and value businesses of all sizes in hundreds of industries.
Morgan & Westfield Business Brokers can assist you in selling your small business. If you own a small business, such as a restaurant or coffee shop, then our business broker team can assist you.
Our middle market team specializes in selling businesses that generate more than $5 million dollars in annual revenue. If the buyer of your business is likely to be another company or a private equity group, then our Middle-Market Division can help you.
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I often receive a call from a very excited seller informing me that there is an offer on the table and asking whether now is the time to take the business off the market. I am going to tell you the same thing I tell my clients – do not take your business off the market yet!....Read more
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