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TBC Business Market has one of the largest database's of Business Buyers in the world and also provides the Buyers with access to financing to assist the purchase/Sale.

TBC Business Market is also a part of TheBillionairesPlan.com and a division of The Billionaires Club, LLC - that 'every single day' brings 1,000's of GLOBAL Entrepreneurs seeking to build or buy a business. This makes TBC Business Market the epicenter to Buy or Sell a Business

Buy and Sell Businesses

If you’re looking to become a business owner, creating a new company has its own set of rewards and challenges. It involves brainstorming an idea, coming up with the resources to get started, and growing the brand. Whether you want to sell products or services, digital or physical, there will always be startup costs. Purchasing a turnkey business allows you to skip this crucial step of growing into profitability. It removes the guesswork of whether your company will succeed in its respective industry, since you can see and analyze its past performance. You’ll skip the growing pains and the period of uncertainty. Plus, you can always finance a portion of the purchase price, so you don’t have to come up with the entire tab upfront, and you can pay off your loan monthly from the proceeds of your business. People who look to sell their company do so for various reasons. Some are ready for retirement, others might be looking to switch industries, and capitalists simply establish businesses to sell once they’re up, running, and profitable. BizQuest’s platform provides a safe marketplace for people on both ends of the spectrum. Buyers and sellers can connect and work together to negotiate pricing and terms, leading to a beneficial transaction for all involved.

Buying a Business

The big question is whether you should buy a franchise or a privately held company. There’s really no right answer to this one. Your personality is unique. What other people prefer shouldn’t matter. What works for you is important, and there are pros and cons to each of these options. Some of the benefits of buying a franchise over an ordinary business include: Instant brand name recognition Set non-negotiable policies Guidance from the franchisor and other franchisees No need to source products, equipment, ingredients, etc. On the other hand, you’re governed by the rules outlined in the franchising agreement you sign when you get started. You might have great ideas of how to grow your business, but if your contract doesn’t allow you to implement them, you’re out of luck. You’ll also be subject to franchise fees and royalties, which can add up, and you’ll have to buy your products and supplies based on the franchisor’s preferences. When you buy a privately owned establishment, these are some of the advantages over franchisees: No more answering to anyone — you’re the boss Ability to market your brand as you see fit Choose where and what you want to buy for your company Switch locations without someone else’s approval, if necessary Regulate your prices to your preference Sell the products and services that you feel will work for your business

How to Sell Your Business Online

When you’re ready to call it a day and sell that company you’ve worked so hard to build, you’ll have a plethora of decisions to make: Should you make an outright sale, where you completely detach yourself from the business, or a gradual sale, where you retain some ownership? How much should you charge for your company? How can you ensure your privacy throughout the process? Where do you list it for sale to get as many views as possible while retaining some level of confidentiality? BizQuest can help you list any type of business, from the service industry to construction, online or wholesale. Regardless of whether you own an established business or are trying to sell business assets like equipment or licenses, you can create a listing in just a few easy steps. After you create your listing, you’ll have access to a valuation report to help you understand the value of your business. Your listing fee covers advertising for your business, and you won’t have to pay a commission when your business is purchased.

How to Find Businesses for Sale

There are several ways of searching for a business that will work for you. You can begin your search by deciding which industry you are best suited for in the business world. You can base that on your experience or what interests you. Do you want to sell products, or would you prefer to buy a services-oriented business? Is an eCommerce store a better fit for you, or would you rather have a brick-and-mortar shop? When you’re ready, check out BizQuest’s internal search engine and browse through a host of options by industry, state, and asking price. Alternatively, you can start the other way around. If you’re unsure of the type of business that will work for you, begin by looking at what’s available to help you decide. Leave the criteria in the search engine blank to look through dozens of pages of listings. You can search through the database to see what appeals to you, and when you find something that piques your interest, you can reach out directly to the seller for more information. Using BizQuest makes buying and selling a business less challenging and nerve-wracking than doing it independently. We take the guesswork out of the process, protect your identity, and ensure that your listing gets plenty of views. Contact us today to get started.