It doesn’t make any difference what you think your business is worth, or what you want to sell your business for. It also doesn’t make any difference what your accountant, banker, attorney, or best friend thinks your business is worth. Only the marketplace can decide what the value of your business is.
The first question almost every seller asks is: “What is my business worth?” Only the marketplace can decide what the value of your business is.
Before you ask that question, you have to be ready to sell your business for what the market is willing to pay and if money is the only reason you want to sell your business, then you’re not ready.
A Business Valuation is the first step. The benefit of a Business Valuation is to gain insight and get an unbiased professional opinion into what your business is worth on the market today. It also assists in determining an asking price for the business.
As part of our confidential due diligence, we gather all the information on the business (i.e. financials) as well as conduct a company audit to determine what needs to be “fixed”, implemented or enhanced within the organization prior to a sale or transaction. We evaluate the financials to determine what the company is worth on the market and set an asking price.
“At Mor-Liquidity we assist in aligning your business goals with the market selling price”.