A look at real estate and business acquisitions

Nov. 29, 2017
A question for many sellers is why would a buyer not be interested in the real estate?

Many business owners that I speak with are often surprised when a buyer of their business is not interested in the accompanied real estate the business sits on. For many business owners who own both the property and business, the relationship between the operating business and the real estate has been profitable and mutually beneficial. Effectively, the business pays for the real estate, and the business owner is left with two valuable assets – the business and the real estate.

Because of this beneficial relationship, the question for many sellers is ‘why would a buyer not be interested in the real estate?” To continue reading, click here.

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