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Home-based School Fundraising, Hi-Growth 19748 – CALL OR EMAIL NOW

Home-based School Fundraising, Hi-Growth 19748

Concierge business brokerage and business valuation services to exceptional Dallas - Fort Worth business ownersCompany is a well-established, explosively growing fundraising business providing full-service fundraising, focused on participant leadership and fitness, to schools & PTA’s in the Fort Worth, Texas and surrounding areas. The program has grown explosively because: 1) the company runs a hassle free start to finish fundraising program (relieving the school or PTA leadership from operating the program) and 2) the company has a PROVEN track record of raising more money than other fundraising solutions. A new owner-operator has many growth opportunities and will build on the existing strong team of youth service minded, enthusiastic employees. The Seller can prove all financials, including cash flow, with matching tax returns.
If you have been involved in organizing and administering a school fundraising program, then you already understand the challenges to parents/volunteers: need to run fundraiser from start to finish, estimating quantities, making sure all money is in, sorting and delivering products, dealing with order mistakes, etc.. Based on survey results – teachers, parents and PTA’s much prefer this fundraising system over any other fundraising option (eg candles, cookie dough, gift wrap, chocolate bars, ….). This program typically raises average 70% MORE net $$ to the School or PTA.
The program is contracted with school Principals or PTA’s (Parent Teacher Associations). As owner of this business you will provide a hassle-free fundraising program for schools that combines the power of a strong youth leadership curriculum while promoting fitness. Students love the program and so do the parents, teachers and school administrators. In fact, the business enjoys 95% approval ratings by teachers and school administrators and a 93% rebook rate. On average 70% of new business comes from referrals through existing clients. The seller’s business plan shows 30% annual growth for the next several years with the potential to SIGNIFICANTLY beat this. 2017 Sales are on track to hit $950,000 with cash flow to owner of $285,000.

The asking price for the assets of the business is $600,000 with $350,000 cash at closing and $250,000 seller financing to a buyer qualified/approved by the seller for 5 years at 6% (monthly payments of approximately $4,833.20/mo). All financing is to be personally guaranteed. The assets include inventory at cost of $5,000, Accounts Receivables of $0 and FFE (Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment) valued at ~$60,000.


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For information, reference Home-based School Fundraising, Hi-Growth 19748 and contact Jeff Adam, PE, MCBC, FRC, CBB at Adam Noble Group, LLC
Phone: (817) 467-2161
www.adamnoble.com

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Full-service Dallas Seafood Restaurant for Sale – CALL OR EMAIL NOW

Full-service Dallas Seafood Restaurant for Sale

Megabite Restaurant Brokers helps you value, sell, broker or buy restaurants, bars, nightclubs - restaurant valuations - restaurant appraisalsMegaBite Restaurant Brokers LLC offers, for your ownership consideration, a full-service family owned seafood restaurant offering the freshest seafood available! Established 20+ years, the restaurant offers moderately priced fresh seafood to business persons at lunch and families/couples at dinner. The menu caters to health conscious patrons and above average income people wanting fresh seafood. An extensive wine list is paired with a full service bar. Chicken, pasta and steak are on the menu, too, with numerous daily specials. Over the years, the restaurant has developed an extensive following, catering to business groups at lunch and families or couples for dinner. Guests enjoy a quiet atmosphere where they can carry on a conversation. The restaurant has developed a loyal and dedicated clientele with many growth opportunities for an owner-operator.

Sales are ~$1,550,000 +/-  with cash flow to owner operator of approximately $130,000 — 160,000/yr.

The asking price for the assets of the business is $240,000 ALL-CASH or $350,000 with $150,000 cash down plus $200,000 seller financing to a qualified purchaser approved by the seller. The assets include inventory at cost of $16,000 and FFE (Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment) valued at $100,000.

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Hi-profit, Growing Family BBQ Restaurant for Sale – CALL OR EMAIL NOW

Hi-profit, Growing Family BBQ Restaurant for Sale

Megabite Restaurant Brokers helps you value, sell, broker or buy restaurants, bars, nightclubs - restaurant valuations - restaurant appraisalsMegaBite Restaurant Brokers LLC offers, for your ownership consideration a Texas barbecue family restaurant offering a fast casual, rustic atmosphere in Fort Worth, Texas Metro Area. The restaurant features BBQ, steaks, burgers, seafood and kid’s meals with private rooms, patios and family areas. The entire restaurant welcomes families, sports and music fans alike. This is the place to be and to be seen! The restaurant is famous for its BBQ, food, service and catering. The restaurant is well-established with strong management in place. Many growth opportunities exist to expand the current business, increase profits and build further catering.

Sales increase annually.  2016 Sales were ~$3,000,000+ with cash flow to owner of approximately $130,000 — 355,000/yr.

The asking price for the assets of the business is $1,600,000. The Seller will consider up to $300,000 seller financing to a purchaser qualified and approved by the Seller. The assets include inventory at cost of $30,000 and FFE (Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment) valued at $150,000

For information, contact us and reference Hi-profit, Growing Family BBQ Restaurant for Sale 19750Megabite Restaurant Brokers helps you value, sell, broker or buy restaurants, bars, nightclubs - restaurant valuations - restaurant appraisals

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Megabite Restaurant Brokers SOLD our Viceroy Indian Restaurant – We can sell YOUR’s Too !

Megabite Restaurant Brokers SOLD our Viceroy Indian Restaurant

Megabite Restaurant Brokers, representing the Seller, recently transferred ownership of a successful Indian restaurant in the North Plano Frisco Texas market.

“Thank you for quickly finding a great buyer at a great price.  I am ready for retirement!”, said Amarender Reddy, the Seller.  Amarender was quickly presented with several buyers.  He recently completed the transition training with the new owners and wishes them every success !

Top 5 Reasons to Sell a Restaurant

If you are a restauranteur, then you already know the two HAPPIEST days in an restauranteur‘s life: the day you START or BUY your business and the day you SELL your business. Sadly, many owners wait until they MUST sell due to economic or emotional reasons. Anxiety can force you to accept an offer that simply is NOT GOOD for you.

1) Illness or Death. This is by far the most common reason to sell a restaurant and it is, sadly, a very unhappy one! Ill health (either our own or that of our loved ones) has a sobering effect on us. We tend to immediately realign our priorities.
2) Desire to ‘Cash out’. When most of our personal wealth is tied up in our business, the prospect of a sale offers an opportunity to convert our holdings into cash, diversify our investments and enjoy our newly liquid resources.
3) Anxiety. There are tremendous rewards in the ownership of a restaurant. Unfortunately, personal stresses can accumulate over a long period of time. The list of stressors is extensive: difficult employees, theft, tight deadlines, making payroll, personal financial guarantees, taxes, complying with health inspections, reinventing your restaurant concept, …. There is a point where the stress hits OVERLOAD, we feel saturated and need to sell!
4) Retirement. Although many entrepreneurs never consider this possibility, the inevitable problem of age emerges. The secret is to find the optimal timing so that the sale happens at a time of our choosing.
5) Burnout. After living on the edge for years, many entrepreneurs simply burn out and look to forward to reducing the incessant pressure. They choose to pursue other interests that challenge their knowledge, skills and ability. Selling their restaurant can pave the way to new professional and personal opportunities

 


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Scalable Niche Upscale Casual Deep Ellum Restaurant for Sale 19749 – CALL OR EMAIL NOW

Scalable Niche Upscale Casual Deep Ellum Restaurant for Sale

Megabite Restaurant Brokers helps you value, sell, broker or buy restaurants, bars, nightclubs - restaurant valuations - restaurant appraisalsMegaBite Restaurant Brokers LLC offers, for your ownership consideration, a niche casual upscale restaurant bar serving foodies and food socialites. Located in the heart of Deep Ellum, the business is an exciting, highly awarded and dynamic concept that regularly challenges the status quo. The culinary team creates customer excitement and marketing zest, buzz and attention.  The restaurant is surrounded by paid (and some free) parking and has easy access to bus stops and DART rail. Deep Ellum is best known for its music scene, eclectic roots and rich history; it is a popular residential community and dining/entertainment destination.

The restaurant’s target market is 32 – 55 year olds and those who consider themselves “foodies” and on-trend with Dallas’ bustling dining scene. A dedicated following includes ~3,200-3,500 email subscribers and ~5,000+ Facebook followers. The Management team has been with business for ~ 2+ years and is expected to stay. The restaurant has developed a loyal and dedicated clientele with many exciting and scalable growth opportunities for an owner-operator.

Sales are increasing.  Sales forecast is ~$1,550,000 +/-  with cash flow to owner operator of approximately $156,000/yr.

The asking price for the assets of the business is $125,000 ALL-CASH or $150,000 with $75,000 cash down plus $75,000 seller financing to qualified purchaser approved by the seller. The assets include inventory at cost of $7,000 and FFE (Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment) valued at $65,000.

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Why Banks Ask for a Personal Guarantee Before a Loan

Why Banks Ask for a Personal Guarantee Before a Loan

It’s a common scenario: You have a thriving business, and it’s doing so well that you believe it’s time to expand. That expansion requires more money, and, of course, increases your risk of failure. But you have studied your options, talked with advisors, and everyone agrees it’s a smart and potentially lucrative move.

Your bank has been there with you from the start. They know you, your integrity, and the way you run your business. So when your bank requests a personal guarantee to borrow money for your business, it can be upsetting. Why do they need a personal guarantee on this loan? Is it a reflection of the bank’s assessment of my business or my plans? Does it mean the bank doesn’t think my business is worth the risk?

The quick answer to all of those questions is no. It’s common for banks to request a personal guarantee before making small business loans. It’s reassurance that you, the business owner, are willing to assume more risk to assure your business’ success.

It’s Not Personal

Personal guarantees on loans to small businesses (i.e., businesses with valuation of up to $25 million), while typically required, became the norm as states enacted legislation introducing new corporate structure options such as the limited liability company or LLC. Unlike a sole proprietorship or general partnership structure, the LLC shields owners and investors from personal financial responsibility for the business’ debt.

The advent and popularity of the LLC among small business owners prompted bankers to definitely require personal guarantees from owners.

“It’s understandable that you want to limit your liability, but we have to ensure the owner stays very involved and engaged. He or she is the key figure, and the most valuable asset of the business, and as the bank, we want to keep the owner motivated and involved,” says BBVA Compass Director of Credit Risk – Small Business David Peacock.

At most small businesses, the owner is the CEO, the face, and the visionary of the business. The owner knows the customers and vendors, the employees and community, and the opportunities and risks.

If a small business defaults on a bank loan, it’s difficult to find another CEO with the needed specific skill set that the bank can hire to keep the business going, says Tommy Crawford, Director of Business Loan Underwriting at BBVA Compass.

“The CEO is absolutely the key to the success of the business, and a personal guarantee increases my confidence in the CEO and in the company,” Crawford says.

SBA Loans Require Guarantees

Personal guarantees are required by some government-backed loans. For all SBA loans, personal guaranties are required from every owner of 20 percent or more of the business, as well as from other individuals who hold key management positions.

BBVA Compass typically requires an unlimited personal guarantee from an owner or CEO, which provides additional protection to the bank for collecting existing and future debts, says Credit Manager David Battles. In some cases, where ownership is dispersed among a number of different owners — such as a large law firm or medical group, for instance — the bank will consider and sometimes accept a limited guarantee shared by all business partners, says Battles.

“In most cases, customers understand why the bank requires a guarantee,” says Battles. “They understand it’s simply a part of doing business.”

This article was written by Sherri Goodman.  Birmingham-based Sherri Goodman was a print journalist for 15 years, writing and editing for daily newspapers in Alabama, New Mexico, Georgia, and Utah, and The Associated Press in Texas and Georgia. She also has worked in media relations and communications for companies in the banking, energy, and automotive sectors. 


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SBA Loans Tips

SBA Loans Tips – Do’s and Don’ts

Ready to grow your small business?

An SBA loan can help you accomplish your goal and may result in more favorable terms, such as a longer loan life and lower equity requirements. But because it is backed by the federal government, applicants need to be ready to play by the rules so that the process goes smoothly.

Daniel Walsh, Vice President and Senior Corporate Relationship Manager with BBVA Compass, offers these do’s and don’ts when it comes to applying for an SBA loan:

Do

  • Seek out an SBA preferred lender. The designation means the Small Business Administration has a comfort level with the lender and that matters, Walsh says. “It allows the lender to make a final credit decision without sending the request to the SBA for a decision. SBA preferred lenders have an earned level of confidence.”
  • “Have your documentation in order,” says Walsh. “There can’t be anything missing.” You should be ready to hand your loan officer three years of business financial statements and tax returns, a personal financial statement, a statement of personal history, your business plan, and articles of incorporation, if applicable.
  • Get your financial house in order. Make sure your financial statements include a profit and loss statement, projected financial statements, ownership and affiliations, business certificate/license, loan application history, business and personal income tax returns, your business lease, and résumés for all the principals.
  • Proactively explain unusual events and growth projections. Did your business suffer a dip in sales one year?  Spell out why and how it happened. Does your forecast include a dramatic jump of revenue? “Explain the reasoning behind your projections and your confidence level, says Walsh. “Don’t expect your banker to be able to fill in the blanks.”

Don’t

  • Rule out the SBA loan option. “Talk to a banker, check into it. A lot of times companies don’t realize they can qualify for it,” he says. Also some businesses may question whether the documentation requirements are worth the extra steps, even if they can qualify for a traditional loan. “If your business has been renting and you are thinking of buying, you could amortize that loan for 20 years with traditional financing. With an SBA loan, you could amortize it over 25 years, which helps improve month to month cash flow,” he says.
  • Balk at the request for a personal guarantee. “It’s 100 percent required,” says Walsh. “It’s reassurance that you, the business owner, are willing to assume more risk to assure your business’ success.”
  • Let the documentation requirements discourage you. “It’s a wonderful product that we can offer that provides much more flexibility and much less reporting requirements long term,” says Walsh. “While it may appear stringent up front, it is often well worth your while.”

This article was written by Sherri Goodman.  Birmingham-based Sherri Goodman was a print journalist for 15 years, writing and editing for daily newspapers in Alabama, New Mexico, Georgia, and Utah, and The Associated Press in Texas and Georgia. She also has worked in media relations and communications for companies in the banking, energy, and automotive sectors. 


Megabite Restaurant Brokers helps you value, sell, broker or buy restaurants, bars, nightclubs - restaurant valuations - restaurant appraisalsFor more information, Contact Megabite Restaurant Brokers, LLC
Phone: (817) 467-2161
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How can Megabite Restaurant Brokers sell your restaurant, bar or nightclub business? You can discreetly and confidentially contact a broker at Contact Us, read other testimonials at Client Testimonials, search buyers at SEARCH OUR BUYERS or research more info here if you just want to understand how to SELL A BUSINESS.

Profitable Gay Drag Nightclub for Sale 19747 CALL or EMAIL NOW

Profitable Gay Drag Nightclub for Sale

Megabite Restaurant Brokers helps you value, sell, broker or buy restaurants, bars, nightclubs - restaurant valuations - restaurant appraisalsMegaBite Restaurant & Bar Brokers offers, for your ownership consideration, a lively gay drag bar for sale featuring DJs, dancing, drag shows, karaoke and theme nights under club lighting. When the Fort Worth community announced that a large, trendy gay nightclub was planning to open in June 2009, excitement was evident, as very few gay nightclubs or bars existed in the city at that time. This club has a world famous history including a documentary film. The location has become a popular and busy nightclub and a destination bar for out of town and international visitors (like the FW Stockyards).
The location is popular for private events such as bachelorettes and birthday parties. The large outdoor patio is flexible offering food (eg bbq, smoker) and space options. The business day to day operations are overseen by the experienced general manager. The owner plans and oversees the promotional and event schedule (averages 15-20 hrs/wk). Many growth opportunities exist for a new owner especially through better promotion to both the LGBT and straight communities. The owner also feels that cosmetic updates will also improve the business (eg painting, bar facelift, …) estimated at $5,000-20,000.
The asking price for the assets of the business is $175,000 ALL CASH OR $200,000 with $100,000 cash down plus $100,000 seller financing to purchaser qualified/approved by the seller. The seller prefers ALL-CASH. The assets include inventory at cost of $6,500 and FFE (Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment) valued at $10,000.

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2017 M&A Trends for Sellers

2017 M&A Trends for Sellers

For business owners, the New Year is an ideal time to reflect on long-term goals for your organization. A banker can provide valuable insight on trends in your industry and the market as a whole.

We talked to George Shea, Managing Partner at Focus Investment Bank, and Keith Dee, Founder and President of Osage Advisors, about a few of their insights for M&A going into 2017.

For those looking to explore a transaction in 2017, “my biggest advice is to begin thinking long before you execute, whether you do it on your own or hire an investment banker,” says Shea. “Make sure you have your financial house in order and understand the key metrics of your business — you should be able to slice and dice your financial information quickly and efficiently.”

3 M&A Insights

1. “Search funds have proliferated the lower middle market.”

Search funds typically comprise individuals who are looking to buy and then operate a company (usually one smaller in size than the typical target for a private equity firm). “There were a handful of search funds five years ago, and now they’re everywhere,” says Dee. “When a business does not fit the overall objectives of either a strategic buyer or private equity fund, search funds provide a viable option for owners looking to sell their businesses.

Promoted as part of top MBA programs, “they’ve become a generational trend for young entrepreneurs who want to buy a business and who have an investor base backing them up.” He notes that search funds tend to be conservative when it comes to valuations — he estimates 90% will be below strategics or even private equity — “because they will become the owner-operator of the business and have to go back and sell the deal to their investors who write the checks for them.”

2. “Private equity is going upstream.”  

“I’ve found equity investors are less interested in small add-ons unless they meet very stringent investment criteria,” says Dee, who typically works with companies between $1-$5 million in EBITDA.

“This is especially true for sub-$2 million deals, an area they were much more aggressive in a couple of years ago. With the money they’re raising now — half billion dollar funds vs. quarter billion dollar funds — it might not make sense as they are looking to deploy more capital per transaction.”

This may mean smaller companies looking to sell turn to strategic buyers, search funds, or independent sponsors (also on the rise).

3. “It’s still a seller’s market.”

We’re not at the peak of the seller’s market yet, according to Dee. “There’s so much money in the lower middle market, and even more being raised on the equity side. Equity investors and strategics alike are all looking for quality deal flow. It all comes back to supply and demand. It continues to be a seller’s market due to a short supply of quality companies, and I’m not sure when the pendulum will switch to a buyer’s market.”

“Timing is everything,” he adds. “You always want to be selling on an uptrend. You don’t have to be selling at the top of the market, but you do want to be selling on positive trends both in terms of sales and EBITDA.”

3 Industry Trends

1. “The precision machinery industry is hot.”

This is particularly true in the aerospace markets, says Dee. “We get a huge number of inquiries from buyers, both private equity and strategics, looking for aerospace-related businesses. The trend has been constant through 2017 and we expect it to continue into 2017.

“This is partly because large manufacturers like Boeing and GE are gearing up for big projects in the next 20 years. Just as important though is the human capital component — buyers are looking for talent. A highly skilled labor force is difficult to find right now. In addition, larger companies have reached capacity in their own facilities and are interested in acquiring smaller companies that may not be at full capacity.”

2. “Infrastructure, energy, and defense companies might want to wait and see on M&A.”

Dee predicts that due to the new presidential administration, “infrastructure, energy, and defense-related companies will likely see a bounce of work not next year, if not next year, certainly in 2018 or 2019. The question for sellers is, does it make sense to wait to see how it plays out? That’s a personal choice you have to make.” Dee notes that older business owners may be better off initiating a deal process rather than playing a waiting game. “If you’re a couple years older, you may find yourself in a more vulnerable position and there may be other concerns that come into play.”

3. “Buyers continue to reward recurring revenue in IT services businesses.”

“At every level of the IT services industry, buyers are rewarding recurring revenue. This is a global trend we’ve been seeing,” says Shea, who specializes in software and IT services companies. “Buyers are paying much higher premiums to companies that have shifted to recurring revenue vs. project-based.” 


Megabite Restaurant Brokers helps you value, sell, broker or buy restaurants, bars, nightclubs - restaurant valuations - restaurant appraisalsFor more information, Contact Megabite Restaurant Brokers, LLC
Phone: (817) 467-2161
www.megabite-rb.com 

How can Megabite Restaurant Brokers sell your restaurant, bar or nightclub business? You can discreetly and confidentially contact a broker at Contact Us, read other testimonials at Client Testimonials, search buyers at SEARCH OUR BUYERS or research more info here if you just want to understand how to SELL A BUSINESS.

Gay Drag Bar for Sale Profitable 19747 CALL or EMAIL NOW

Megabite Restaurant Brokers helps you value, sell, broker or buy restaurants, bars, nightclubs - restaurant valuations - restaurant appraisalsMegaBite Restaurant & Bar Brokers offers, for your ownership consideration, a lively gay drag bar for sale featuring DJs, dancing, drag shows, karaoke and theme nights under club lighting. When the Fort Worth community announced that a large, trendy gay nightclub was planning to open in June 2009, excitement was evident, as very few gay nightclubs or bars existed in the city at that time. This club has a world famous history including a documentary film. The location has become a popular and busy nightclub and a destination bar for out of town and international visitors (like the FW Stockyards).
The location is popular for private events such as bachelorettes and birthday parties. The large outdoor patio is flexible offering food (eg bbq, smoker) and space options. The business day to day operations are overseen by the experienced general manager. The owner plans and oversees the promotional and event schedule (averages 15-20 hrs/wk). Many growth opportunities exist for a new owner especially through better promotion to both the LGBT and straight communities. The owner also feels that cosmetic updates will also improve the business (eg painting, bar facelift, …) estimated at $5,000-20,000.
The asking price for the assets of the business is $175,000 ALL CASH OR $200,000 with $100,000 cash down plus $100,000 seller financing to purchaser qualified/approved by the seller. The seller prefers ALL-CASH. The assets include inventory at cost of $6,500 and FFE (Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment) valued at $10,000.

For information, contact us and reference Gay Drag Bar for Sale Profitable 19747Megabite Restaurant Brokers helps you value, sell, broker or buy restaurants, bars, nightclubs - restaurant valuations - restaurant appraisals

Megabite Restaurant Brokers, LLC
Phone: (817) 467-2161
www.megabite-rb.com 

Not the Gay Drag Bar for Sale you’re looking for?  Tell us at BUY A RESTAURANT BAR OR NIGHTCLUB and we’ll reach out with new opportunities that fit your search criteria as they arise

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