We specialize in the confidential sale, acquisition, and valuation of privately held businesses. Our knowledge and competence means you’ll be assured your business and financials are being handled by brokers who offer:
In a lot of cases, buying an existing business is less of a risk than capitalizing on your idea for a start-up.
We are focused on managing your discretion and confidentiality if you’re not ready to broadcast to the world that you’re looking to buy.
If you’re serious about this major life decision, you have to align your personal interests with your professional abilities and talents.
Ensuring that you’re following correct policies and procedures for success is a top priority for our team.
Settling on a price is just the first step in the negotiating phase of buying a business. Structuring of the sale is more important.
Valuation is often the most challenging part of the business acquisition process. And, it’s also the single most important, crucial step.
Every business and business owner are different. So is the process of buying or selling a business. When it comes to making the decision to buy or sell a company, there are a lot of questions and moving pieces; it’s often hard to know what the right choice is. That’s where Transworld Business Advisors come in.
Assisting you throughout the process means each step – and there are many to becoming a business owner – is met with experience and handled efficiently for you. When it comes to buying a business, finding the right seller and opportunity can be daunting and a seemingly never-ending process. Transworld Business Advisors of Minnesota reads the market, knows who the buyers are, what the prices are, and can weed through all the rest of your behalf.
Have more questions? View all of our buyer FAQs at the link below.
Buying or selling a business can be a complicated venture. While some businesses are sold without the help of accountants and attorneys, we strongly recommend that both the buyer and seller engage professionals.
Transworld is generally paid by the seller not the buyer. However, other costs do come into play. Legal and accounting fees are generally required and additional startup costs may also come into play.
Businesses vary in price a great deal, however, it would be unlikely that one could buy a business with much less of a down payment than $50,000.
From business brokerage to mergers and acquisitions, we are the business sale specialists.
"I worked with Dan Huber on a business acquisition this fall and the experience was excellent. Dan is professional and did an excellent job of working with the seller and me to keep the deal on track. This was a larger sale and Dan helped us navigate all the various deliverables and we closed on time. I highly recommend Dan and the Transworld Minnesota team."
– Jim, Business Buyer