VR Business Brokers located in Aspen, Colorado uses a comprehensive process to help business owners unlock value. This process has been tested and refined over 35 years since our parent company's founding in 1979. VR has sold over 70,000 businesses and the numbers keep growing. Please take a moment to read about our selling process for Colorado businesses.
Our 5 Step Process to Sell a Business
1. Getting to Know You
At VR in Aspen, Colorado, we take time to learn about your business and to understand your business' unique position in your market. We aim to fully understand the key aspects of your business, and we take into consideration other key factors such as family circumstances, health issues, and other life events that bear on your decision to sell your business.
We review your current and previous years' financial results and balance sheet to determine the value of your business to the buyer most likely to be well suited to buying your business. We share our results with you and determine with you the most effective offering package to get you the best price for your business, which may include some element of seller financing.
3. Buyer Research/Marketing
Our experience shows that selling a business successfully requires finding the right buyer. We use various proprietary and non-proprietary databases to research and identify prospective buyers who are qualified to buy and run your business.
4. Buyer Meetings
All initial showings of your business are conducted after we pre-qualify each potential buyer and put in place a confidential non-disclosure agreement (NDA) with the pre-qualified buyer. The NDA protects you from a potential buyer learning about your business, deciding not to buy your business, and then going into business in competition with you. After we have pre-qualified the prospective buyer and have the signed NDA in place, we share an overview of your business to the prospective buyer, with just enough detail to entice the buyer to make an offer for your company subject to the buyer completing his or her own due diligence on the details of your business.
5. Offer to Purchase
We work with the prospective buyer to structure an offer for your business that we believe will meet your requirements. Once we have an acceptable offer in hand, we work with you and with your buyer to prepare an agreement to purchase your business that typically includes a substantial deposit made by the buyer which is held in escrow during the due diligence period that immediately follows the signing of the purchase agreement. During the due diligence period, we stay closely in touch with you and with your buyer to keep the process moving to the closing table, at which time you will see your business exchange hands to its new owners and you will enjoy the gratification of getting paid for your years of dedication and hard work.
When you are ready to sit down and speak with us about selling your business, please call us to arrange for a confidential consultation at 970-429-8220. If you are not quite ready but would like further information or would like to ask us any questions, please email us at email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you!