We look forward to working with you in finding a suitable buyer for your business. You, as the seller, are an integral part of the total marketing program. We would like to offer a few friendly recommendations that will help in our marketing efforts. We have checked those items that we think will be especially applicable to your type of business.
It might also be helpful if you took a good look at your business from the perspective of a buyer. Try to put yourself in the place of a prospective purchaser of the business. What would you do to make it more attractive or more saleable? Obviously, the financial records of your business are critical to the sale of your business, but how it looks is also important. First impressions really count! If a potential buyer doesn't like the appearance of your business, the rest of it may never get a chance. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to call us. It's only by working together that we'll get the best results.
You might want to check the following to see if any of them are applicable:
Keep normal operating hours. There may be a tendency to "let down" when you put your business up for sale. However, it's important that prospective buyers see your business at its best.
Repair signs, replace outside lights, etc. You don't want your business to look as if it has been neglected.
Maintain inventory at a constant level. If you let your inventory slide, your business will look neglected. If anything, increase it so your business will look busy.
Remove items that are not included in the sale or unnecessary items, especially if inoperative.
Repair non-operating equipment or remove it if you are not using it.
Tidy-up outside premises.
Spruce-up the inside of the business.
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You, as the seller, are an integral part of the total marketing program. We would like to offer a few friendly recommendations that will help in our marketing efforts.