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    If you're looking to sell your business yourself, and you have a price in mind, your best bet is bizbuysell.com. As a business broker, that's the number one broker/seller to buyer source I use. More businesses get sold between business brokers though. Sometimes it's worth considering paying the commission, in most cases they'll get you more for your business than you can get on your own, and without so much headache.

    If looking to sell on your own, or through a business broker, this guide should prove helpful: https://capitalbbw.com/miami-busines...your-business/

    Whichever route you choose, good luck!


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    BizBuySell.com. BizBuySell.com claims that it's "the internet's largest business for sale marketplace." ...
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    Yeah, I am also interested where can I sell my business. I have a coffee shop but now it’s not going very well. Last year the coffee shop was on fire and I supported financial and material damages. I had general liability insurance, that covered a big part of the expenses, but it wasn’t enough to continue the activity. I don’t understand why, but now we have only a few customers and we almost have no profit. So, I want to sell the business. Maybe someone else will make this coffee shop successful.


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    Yeah, I am also interested where can I sell my business. I have a coffee shop but now it’s not going very well. Last year the coffee shop was on fire and I supported financial and material damages. I had general liability insurance, that covered a big part of the expenses, but it wasn’t enough to continue the activity. I don’t understand why, but now we have only a few customers and we almost have no profit. So, I want to sell the business. Maybe someone else will make this coffee shop successful.


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    This is a great suggestion; thanks I’m going to try it. If you have time, I found this great website https://thebizex.com/ that gives you a variety of listings in North America to browse from, maybe this website will give you some food for thought?


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    Have you tried Flipp or Empire flippers? Empire flippers is always my go-to. They are like a brokerage service


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    I help entrepreneurs make money online with small profitable business ideas and niche website ideas. Look forward to meeting you!

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    In summary, you have two primary options in selling a portion of your business: Selling a Percentage of Your Company – Selling a certain percentage of your entire company typically involves selling a percentage of stock shares.


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    Anyone can sell an item on Marketplace as long as Facebook approves the listing, based on its Commerce Policies. You don't need a separate Marketplace account to start—you're able to make your first sale through your personal or business account. To create your first listing, click on the Marketplace icon.


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    Can I sell on Marketplace from my business page?
    Anyone can sell an item on Marketplace as long as Facebook approves the listing, based on its Commerce Policies. You don't need a separate Marketplace account to start—you're able to make your first sale through your personal or business account. To create your first listing, click on the Marketplace icon.


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    Prepare a Business Summary.
    Market your business aggressively.
    Screen buyers and email them your Business Summary.
    Meet with qualified buyers and screen them appropriately.
    Accept an offer.
    Manage the due diligence process.
    Handle the closing.


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