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Business Brokers in Redlands, CA

40+

Years Experience

10,000+

Businesses Sold

500+

Brokers

200+

Offices Worldwide

Considering Selling Your Company?

Transworld’s team of professional brokers is available to exchange a confidential conversation on how to sell your business and to determine its most favorable value. For more than 40 years, we have specialized in business sales across many industries and offer a wide range of influential information to get the most of your sale.

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Transworld offers a unique combination of international reach with a hometown focus to attract more buyers than any other business broker in the area.

An Innovative Personalized Solution

Richard Rayl

Sell Your Business at the Best Possible Price

We understand that selling your business can be risky. You need to get the best possible price for the business you worked so hard to build, but it takes a lot of time, effort, and consideration. Transworld Business Advisors’ will help handle all the complexities of selling your business for the highest possible price, so that you can devote more of your time and energy on improving and further growing your company. 

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Selling Your Franchise?

Are you a franchisee that wants to resell your current franchise to a new owner? Or a franchise owner that needs help from a third party when it comes to effectively selling your franchises to qualified potential owners? We can help you shorten the time it takes to sell your franchise and we can help you get the best possible price,  and the best possible buyers. We also make sure that you are not bogged down in the process – we have data specialists and analysts that use sophisticated valuation techniques to find out your business worth and return possible best buyers. We will crunch all the numbers and conduct feasibility studies to ensure that you enter the selling process in the best possible position. 

Selling Your Mom and Pop Business?

We make sure we get the right buyer for your mom and pop business, even ones that will respect its history. We work closely with all parties involved to make sure the transaction is smooth, and that all parties come out satisfied. We are also aware that there might be parties that seek to take advantage of small family owned or family run businesses. So we always protect our clients from parties that want to kill the deal or disrupt negotiations. If you wish to Sell my business Hemet , you will be glad to know that we service other areas too. Contact us now if you are based in Hemet.

Our process has sold Over 10,000+ Businesses

Step 1: Comprehensive Business Analysis

As the business broker, we need to get to know your business well. We will conduct an in-depth analysis of your finances, your operations, and your market potential vis-à-vis the current marketplace trends and potential revenue. We use the data to create an attractive business profile for your company. This will ensure that your company can attract the right buyers and command the right price.

Step 2: We Structure the Sale

We try to find the most suitable price range for your company. We take the guesswork out of pricing by leveraging solid data about the current market condition, your company’s projected growth, sales potential, and comparisons to similar businesses value within the same industry. We have expert analysts and data specialists that use sophisticated, time-proven valuation techniques. We make sure that we get the highest possible price for your company, while ensuring that it is still within an attractive price range for the current market.

Step 3: We Confidentially Network The Sale

In this stage of the selling process, we leverage state-of-the-art technology in order to market your company to prospective business brokers and strategic buyers all over the world. This provides the widest range of exposure for your company, as Transworld Business Advisors and thousands of industry professionals in our network sell your company, while respecting confidentiality.

Step 4: We Confidentially Advertise Your Company To Buyers

The next step is to aggressively market your company to potential buyers, leveraging various industry databases, internet sites, and publications in order to provide maximum exposure and top dollar reach. We don’t try to cut corners when it comes to advertising. We spend money to ensure that your company is advertised in the best possible places with the best possible reach. You get maximum value with our help.

Step 5: We Control the Information Flow

We collate all necessary documentation and make sure that information is only provided on a per need basis. This is to ensure that confidentiality is maintained even if we take advantage of advertising. Potential buyers are pre-screened and made to sign a confidentiality agreement before they receive sensitive information about your company and the selling process.

Step 6: We Create Competition for Your Company

We try to stack the odds in your favor by creating competition for your business. Buyers are screened for their financial ability to meet the offer, and the list is winnowed down to only the most qualified buyers. After you meet the shortlisted buyers, we encourage them to prepare and present their best offers. We believe that proper qualifying of buyers is key to successful negotiations and still allowing you to make a profit in the sales. As your business broker, we also approach and continue to track potential buyers without weakening your position.

Step 7: We Negotiate for the Best Price

To get the best price and terms, we conduct appropriate negotiations using our decades of experience and expertise. We establish sound and resourceful negotiating techniques on your behalf. Our agents are trained in the art of negotiating through curriculum specifically created for our industry. All of our agents are all experts and plan ahead, so that they can always negotiate from a position of strength.

Step 8: We Provide Exceptional Support To You Through The Due Diligence

We pride ourselves in our exceptional service. Finding the right buyer is only the first half of our job. The remaining half involves guiding you and the buyer towards a closed deal that benefits every one involved. We work closely with accountants, lawyers, banks, landlords, and other third parties in order to keep the whole transaction smooth and free of complications. We help with the transition and protect the transaction. We keep watch out for any one trying to kill the deal or disrupt negotiations, and we will handle the situation if the need ever arises.

Step 9: We Are There From Beginning To The Closing

We are with you every step of the way, helping you manage everything from the administrative procedures, licenses, inventory counts, and any lease assignments that may be required. We work closely with your advisors and key people in order to ensure a smooth transition. We use the latest technology to keep the transition seamless and efficient.

Step 10: We Are There For The Transitional Phase And Beyond!

Even after the sale, we understand that there may be lingering questions or concerns. We will provide assistance if you need our help after the closing. We are your partners during the sale, and we will always remain in your corner!

Why You Need Transworld as Your Business Advisor

  • We keep the sale confidential
  • We have a proven track record with thousands of buyers
  • We create competition for your company
  • We have a vast internal marketplace for business sales
  • We establish the right selling price
  • We leverage a worldwide network to advertise your business
  • We spend more money on advertising than anyone in our industry
  • Transworld does all the work for you, so you can focus on running your business instead
  • We will maximize the selling price of your business
  • Our goal is always to obtain the best deal for each client.

Before you decide on selling your company, you owe it to yourself to call Transworld Business Advisors. There is no obligation, just a confidential conversation about how to sell your company and how much it is worth, now and in the future!

Why Do You Need a Business Advisor?

  • To keep the sale confidential
  • In order to get the best possible price for your company
  • Similar to pro athletes, companies also need quality representation during a sale
  • Many successful business people don’t have the skills needed for a successful selling process
  • Business owners are too busy running the business and can’t devote enough time to the complex and drawn out process of selling a company

Let Us Help You Sell Your Business

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Redlands is a city in California’s San Bernardino County, situated approximately 45 miles west of Palm Springs and 63 miles east of Los Angeles. According to the 2010 census, Redlands has a population count of 68,747. An increase from the 2000 census, which had the city’s population at 63,591.

The location of Redlands used to be part of the Morongo and Aguas Calientes tribes of Cahuilla people’s territory. The Catholic influence only reached the indigenous people in the 1770s, when explorations by the likes of Francisco Garces and Pedro Fages tried to extend the religion’s influence to the local tribes. The region of the San Bernardino Valley (named after the Saint Bernardino of Siena) was chosen as a mission outpost in 1810 by Fr. Francisco Dumetz. The Franciscan friars from Mission San Gabriel embarked on a program that teaches the native tribes how to raise crops and establish permanent settlements. In 1822, the lands claimed by Spain was passed on to the custody of the Mexican government, including the areas that would eventually become Redlands.

It is said that the first settler on the land that would eventually become Redlands is a sheep herder, who has erected a hut at the location that would eventually become the corner of Cajon St. and Cypress Ave. The area soon attracted other settlers, including the area’s first school teacher, George W. Beattie.

The 1880s saw a land boom in the area, prompted by the arrival of the Southern Pacific and Atchsion, Santa Fe, and Topeka railroads. These railroads connected San Francisco to Southern California nad Salt Lake. The resulting land boom also saw many speculators arrive in the area that will eventually become known as the Inland Empire. The location is also an ideal site for citrus production because of the combination of access to water and a hot, dry climate. The city was eventually named Redlands, from the color of the adobe soil that is very prevalent in the area.

1888 saw the incorporation of the Redlands Street Railway Company, which began its initial operations in June of the succeeding year. They started with a single track line and two mule-team cars. Many of Redlands’ street railways would eventually be turned over to the San Bernardino Valley Traction Company for consolidation.

Community

During the turn of the 20th century, Redlands was considered as the “Palm Springs” of the next century, due to the prevalence of roses being planted in its many thoroughfares. Many of the rose plantings will survive as wild thickets well into the 70s, especially in areas where property management was lacking. The city has seen three visits from US Presidents. First was in 1901, by William McKinley. Next was in 1903 by Theodore Roosevelt, and in 1909 by William Howard Taft.

The most popular landmarks in Redlands include the A.K. Smiley Public Library, which was first built in 1898, and the Redlands Bowl – the home of the oldest continuously free outdoor concert series in the country. Just behind the library is the Lincoln Shrine, which was built in honor of the U.S.’ 16th president. Redlands is also host to famous homes such as the Morey Mansion and the Kimberly Crest House and Gardens.

The mid-late 20th Century also saw Redlands become home of many light manufacturing firms and a bedroom community for numerous military personnel and contractor employees from the aerospace industry. The mid 90s saw a mild local economic recession, which led to a drop in the population as many residents chose to move out. The area has since recovered and is now on its way to continued growth in various sectors.

Recreation is also a huge focus in Redlands, with the city of Redlands owning and operating 24 public parks that total more than 0.58 square miles. These include popular locations such as the Brookside Park, the Caroline Park, the Crafton Park, and the San Timoteo Canyon Nature Preserve.