Selling a Business with up to one million dollars in revenue?

ROI markets businesses with or without real estate across most industries and professions with specializations in HVAC, dental practices, restaurants, and liquor stores. Because of our brokers’ expertise, we can sell your business at the highest value in the shortest period of time by marketing it through the Internet, print media, direct mail, and by directly contacting buyers who may have an interest in acquiring your business. Confidentiality will always be top priority. No one will know the identity of your business. Only after we have established significant interest, financial ability and have a signed a non-disclosure agreement would we then introduce you to a buyer. We can provide you with dozens of references from satisfied clients.

To get started selling your business for the highest price the market will bear, please contact us at 781-682-6209, by email or by using the Request Information form to the right and one of our partners will contact you.

We work with other brokers.

Most business brokers do not co-broke which significantly limits your chance for a sale, but ROI will co-broke a deal because we have your best interests in mind at all times.  Through BBANE we are members of a multiple listing type service for business sales so your business will receive exposure to buyers and brokers throughout the country while maintaining confidentiality.

What’s your business worth?

Find out the value of your business by asking ROI Corp for a free Opinion of Value Report at your first meeting with us.  This is the starting point in your decision making process. Our expert valuations offer real guidance as to what your business could be worth to a qualified buyer in today’s marketplace.  Only the market place can determine exact value but ROI, using data from similar business sales in the past collected nationwide, combined with data from your company, can help put a price on your life’s work.  We also have the resources to provide you with a full professional valuation if you’d prefer.

Yes, freedom can be yours. Start the process of selling your MA business today. Use the form to the right to request more info.

How you can increase the value of your business before you sell. Below are some helpful hints…

Buyers are looking for an income and an opportunity. They need to feel comfortable that the business will continue to generate the income they need. They also want to be their own boss and see an opportunity to have a growing, successful, business. Here are the additional steps you can take to make the buyer comfortable.Read more…Read less
 If you are planning to sell your business, here are some of the most things you should be considering to maximize the price you will get when you sell. Meet with your CPA or attorney to review your tax situation to be sure that your taxes will be minimized when the sale is made. This is particularly important if you are a C corporation. Remember it’s not just what you sell for it’s what you get to keep. Be sure that your accounting records are in good shape. Buyers will want three years of financial records. Your business and tax records must be consistent with each other. Be sure that you can explain any variances between them. Expenses must be recorded consistently from year to year. Be sure that the buyer can verify any perks you take out of the business. Ask your bookkeeper or CPA to make sure expenses and revenues have been entered in the correct journal accounts. Document your procedures, business practices, and everything someone would need to know to operate the business. One reason that franchises sell for more is the support system they give to the owner. The more you can duplicate this, the more desirable your business is. It makes it easier for the new owner to learn the business and train associates. Develop managers and cross-train employees as much as possible. The buyer wants a business that can operate without you. Cross training makes the business less dependent on particular employees. Control your expenses. Since the buyer is looking at three years of results, you need to control expenses well before you put the business up for sale. As a rough estimate, every dollar in expenses that is saved can generate two to three dollars in additional purchase price. You need to continue to make the capital investments that the business needs. But, don’t make them as you get closer to the sale date unless the payback period is short. Negotiate a lease with provisions that will not hinder the sale. The landlord will want to approve any buyer, but you can request that this consent is not unreasonably withheld. If you are personally guaranteeing the lease, have it end when the buyer takes over. Be sure the lease is in writing. Be sure that the lease, with options, has a minimum of five years left on it when the business is sold. Spruce up and clean up the business. Take an objective view of your business. Get rid of the clutter. Organize it. Make it look attractive. Give it curb appeal for any buyer that drives by. Click here is you are looking for a Maryland Business Broker Finally, but not necessarily the last thing to do, is to diversify your personal life and finances. Think about what you would like to do after you sell the business. Make investments outside of your business.

ROI will sell your business in Massachusetts (MA), New Hampshire (NH), Rhode Island (RI), Georgia (GA) and all of the New England states as well as many other states throughout the country while minimizing your involvement in the process.