Buying a Business

When you consider how many different types of businesses there are, it can be mind boggling.  But the truth is, many businesses are run purely for profit and aren’t much fun for the owner.  For the would-be entrepreneur, it makes sense to discover what type of business will really get you out of bed in the morning. If you love to bake and enjoy serving the public, buying a baked goods business may be a great idea.

In a recent to the report, the global bakery market is anticipated to grow at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 7.04% between 2014 and 2019. There is an increase in demand for gluten-free products as well as organic products.

Fifty percent of industry volume is from baked breads, mainly white, wheat and rye; 20 percent from rolls, buns, muffins, bagels and croissants; 11 percent from soft cakes; and the rest from pies, pastries, doughnuts and a variety of sweet goods.  Annual U.S. per capita consumption of bread is close to 60 pounds. 

Before you buy a bakery, and start “rolling in dough”, there are a few things you should know about what makes a baking business unique.

Convenience Store Vs. Gas Station For Sale

Tuesday, 29 September 2015 Andy Anderson

Convenience stores & gas stations can be a high-cash-flow businesses, with predictable revenues and an easily replicable model. With a quick entry into the business. Not a hard business to learn after taking fuel out of the equation. You are basically distributing products at a high profit margin to a local area as a convenience factor.

Some people may be curious whether they should invest in a convenience store or a gas station, and what's the difference anyway? Well, there isn't much of a difference afterall.

Looking to Buy an Auto Repair Business?

Tuesday, 01 September 2015 Andy Anderson

Considering investing into an auto repair business? We'll get straight to the point. 

There are some really important things you need to consider before buying an auto repair shop. Make sure you're making the right decision before investing.

Tips for Buying a Motel for Sale by Owner

Tuesday, 16 June 2015 Andy Anderson

You may already be aware of the financial benefits of owning a hotel, particularly if the hotel is located in a busy tourist or business district.  There is no doubt that buying a motel for sale by owner can be a great investment.  However, while investing in this industry can be a smart idea, not every hotel or motel is worth the money.  If you’ve been contemplating the purchase of a motel business, here are some tips to consider.

How to Think Like an Entrepreneur When Buying a Business

Tuesday, 09 September 2014 Andy Anderson

business brokerThere is no doubt that buying an existing business has its risks, but it’s still a lot safer than starting one on your own. After several attempts to find that perfect business opportunity, seasoned entrepreneurs develop a natural ability to sniff out all the red flags and recognize that “diamond in the rough.”

Unlike startups, an existing business already has the necessary equipment and inventory necessary to run efficiently. In addition to its customers and employees, these businesses already have a location, and might even have a few years left on the lease. But perhaps more importantly, the business has a track record; meaning as a buyer you can look at their records, books and tax returns to get a sense of your potential income. So, you may be asking yourself, where is the risk?

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