July 6th, 2015
by Achim Neumann, President
Frequently, the price expectation for the sale of a business in Washington D.C. is dramatically “off the mark” – and interestingly enough though, these off-estimates happen in both directions – under as well as over. In less than 10% of scenarios are the expectations consistent with what that of a Fair Market Business Valuation in Washington D.C., which in turn determines, or with what... [read more]
June 25th, 2015
by Achim Neumann, President
Often, the price expectation for the sale of a business in New York is dramatically “off the mark” – interestingly enough though, these off-estimates happen in both directions – under as well as over. In less than 10% of scenarios are the expectations consistent with what that of a Fair Market Business Valuation in New York, which in turn determines, or with what an investor is truly willi... [read more]
June 23rd, 2015
by Achim Neumann, President
Frequently, the price expectation for the sale of a business in Connecticut is dramatically “off the mark” – interestingly enough though, these off-estimates happen in both directions – under and over. In less than 10% of scenarios are the expectations consistent with what that of a Fair Market Business Valuation in Connecticut, which subsequently determines, or with what an investor is tr... [read more]
June 17th, 2015
by Achim Neumann, President
One question we almost always received from our business sellers in Maryland is, “how will the buyer finance the transaction?” Achim Neumann, President of A Neumann & Associates, a business brokerage in Maryland with offices in many states in the NE, said, “In times when financial resources are more limited, a financial structure becomes paramount in facilitating a deal” says.  “... [read more]