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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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10 Questions to Ask Every Acquisition Target

10 Questions to Ask Every Acquisition Target

70% to 90% of all acquisitions fail to achieve the results acquirers want. Why? Most often, failure is directly tied to the integration plan and frequently, to diligence that wasn’t quite as effective as it could be.Concierge business brokerage and business valuation services to exceptional Dallas - Fort Worth business owners

According to a 2015 industry study by McKinsey & Company, companies with the best M&A results have strong capabilities in post-close integration. As a consulting firm, we’ve found that high performing M&A firms use the diligence exercise to gain critical insight into the target company, its management, key employees, its culture, and its customer relationships. They take a hard look at not only the financial numbers, but at the intangible assets that drive a company’s success plan. Most importantly, they have tools and processes to statistically document the value of the intangible and help them see into the future. They start building relationships with the potential target throughout the due diligence process, months before close.

In every case, the expectation post-close is that the value of the deal will increase. So how do you predict future success? Here are ten questions our highest performing clients ask every potential acquisition:

1. How closely aligned is the target company to its customers, and specifically to customers’ needs and expectations?

2. Who are the target company’s best customers (those who buy the most)? How do those customers perceive the company’s strengths and areas for improvement?

3. What are the industry’s key attributes — e., why a customer selects one company to do business with over another — and how does the target company perform against those attributes?

4. What is the customer concentration? Is it good for the long-term? How much of the business’s revenues are controlled by only a select few? Is there still more growth to be had from these few customers? If so, how?

5. What is the company’s share of wallet by customer (not just market share)?

6. What are customers’ perspectives on industry competition and how the target company compares?

7. What unmet or underserved needs do customers have, not only from the target company but from the industry? Where are the opportunities that have not been capitalized on?

8. What is the cultural fit (if a bolt-on) or the cultural opportunity (if structuring a new platform)? How hard will it be for existing management and staff to execute a future roadmap that is both operationally-oriented and customer-centric?

9. What are the priorities and action plan post-close? (The acquirer and acquired should collaborate on this plan before the deal is closed.)

10. Where are the starting points? This enables acquirers to determine what the impact the acquisition has on overall performance. To do this, an acquirer should measure not only the synergistic savings and revenue Increases, but also how much improvement there is in customer loyalty, satisfaction, and share of wallet. 


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Recurring Revenue Increases Business Value – CALL OR EMAIL TODAY

How Recurring Revenue Increases Business Value

When it comes time to sell their businesses, the first question that most owners ask is: “How much can I get?” It makes sense. Owners are eager to cash in and be rewarded for all of the hard work they have poured into their businesses over the years.

But the reality is that for many businesses, the initial valuation will be a much lower number than their owners want to see. In order to net enough from the sale (after taxes and fees) to fund the rest of their lives, most owners will have to work to boost the value of their businesses – sometimes significantly.

One great way to create value is to build recurring revenue into your business model.

The Benefits of Recurring Revenue

Recurring revenue is guaranteed revenue for some period of time (for example, through a product subscription). Because this type of revenue does not require the same level of sales and owner effort as one-time revenue, it typically results in much higher profit margins and is always highly coveted by buyers. The evidence shows us that businesses with recurring revenue models have higher valuations than those that don’t. In 2012, Adobe went from a one-time purchase model of its software to a monthly subscription model. Two years later, its market cap was $35.5B versus $16B – a 115% increase.

Examples of recurring revenue include:

  • Service or maintenance agreements
  • Consumable product or replacement part contracts
  • Subscriptions for products, services, or information
  • Memberships

Recurring revenue is stable and predictable income, and as such results in higher customer lifetime value. In addition, recurring revenue can help your business weather economic recessions and is likely to simplify your business operations in many ways.

Understanding the Value of Your Business from a Buyer’s Perspective

Companies on a growth trajectory that can demonstrate increasing cash flows through new customer acquisition, current customer retention, and increasing market share are always much more attractive to a buyer than those that have shown little growth. Buyers want to know that revenue and cash flow are growing at a steady rate and will continue to do so in the future. And a recurring revenue model can be a great way to increase the value of the business in the eyes of a potential buyer. In Cashing Out of Your Business – Your Last Great Deal, we discuss 8 key drivers of business value that owners need to focus on before selling their businesses:

  • Increasing Revenue & Profits
  • Future Growth Potential
  • Accurate Financial Statements
  • Solid Management Team
  • Quality Products & Services
  • Strong Sales & Marketing
  • Eliminating Business Risk
  • Putting Systems & Processes in Place

Adding a recurring business model is one of the best ways to address a few of these value drivers, boost profits, and enhance future growth potential — thereby increasing the value of a business in the eyes of a prospective buyer.

Even well-established businesses can usually add some kind of recurring revenue to their model and reap these rewards. It may require that owners think “outside the box” or change how they have operated historically, but it will pay off in the long term. Buyers will pay more for quality companies and those that have growth potential.

By assessing your business objectively, you will be able to identify areas for improvement so buyers will see your business in the best possible light. Planning in advance will give you time to improve your business and maximize its value. As a result, you will improve your chances of selling and obtaining the highest price for your business.  


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Navigating SBA Financing for Acquisitions – CALL OR EMAIL NOW

Top 5 Tips for Navigating SBA Financing for Acquisitions

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), is a government agency that offers support to small businesses through contracting, counseling and capital.

SBA loans have a reputation for being hard to access, for good reason. SBA loans can be particularly tricky to secure if you’re using that capital to acquire a business. If you’ve never gone through the SBA financing process before, it can be confusing. Heck — it can be confusing even if you have gone through the process before.

To ease the pain, here are five tips for navigating the complex process of gaining SBA financing for a business acquisition:

1. Shop around for the right bank.

While you may want to secure an SBA loan from your current bank, limiting your options may lower your chances of success. For your reference, the SBA website has a list of the 100 most active SBA lenders. See who is in your area and go talk to them.

When you do, here are some good questions to ask:

  • How many SBA deals has the bank done in the past two years?
  • How many SBA deals has the loan officer done in the past two years?
  • What was the average size of those SBA deals?
  • Did the loan include real estate? (This will help you know how they expect to collateralize the deal)

2. Understand the distinction between PLP vs CLP.

There are two main SBA programs that banks can be a part of: Preferred Lenders Program (PLP) or Certified Lenders Program (CLP). Knowing the distinctions between each program can help you understand what type of lender is right for you.

  • Preferred Lenders Program:. A PLP bank reviews and approves its loans without SBA intervention. The SBA doesn’t need to approve these loans, meaning you’ll only have to go through the bank (instead of the bank and a random SBA reviewer.) This makes for a faster process.
  • Certified Lenders Program: CLP banks are best for complex initiatives or deals that the bank doesn’t want to accept full liability for because of some obscure issue or request. CLP banks will have to pass off the loan to the SBA for the final decision to receive the government guarantee, so it could take a bit longer to get approved than with PLP banks.

The CLP process can be advantageous for really esoteric deals, but otherwise it’s best to use a PLP lender for speed and ease of communication.

3. Expect to provide a personal guarantee.

If you are going to hold 20% or more of the company’s equity, the SBA requires a personal guarantee. If you default on the loan, your personal assets are on the line. Because of this risk, most SBA loans are refinanced within three to four years. You usually only have prepayment penalties of no more than 3% for the first three years of the loan, so refinancing at four years carries no additional fees. And don’t try to be clever here — ten people each holding 10% equity doesn’t mean you’ve sneaked past this. Someone always has to guarantee the loan.

4. Experience matters.

The bank and the SBA will take your management team’s experience as well as the business’ experience in the industry into account when evaluating your loan. A lack of direct experience in the industry doesn’t mean you won’t qualify for a loan, but it will likely require you to explain more about your qualifications.

It’s also key that you have an attorney some experience in SBA loans on your side, if possible. That said, your loan officer will be the biggest determinant of success (See Tip #1).

5. Be prepared.

Remember: Banks want to see concrete plans for the deal you want to do. Don’t expect them to help you craft the deal structure from thin air. Go to them when you have a good idea of your proposed deal structure and then ask them to respond. Have the following:

  1. Letter of Intent
  2. Three years of tax returns and financials (plus any year to date information)
  3. Your personal financial statement
  4. A chart of your desired financing sources and uses

Getting an SBA loan for a business acquisition is far from impossible- it just requires some front-end homework. Thankfully, there are a lot of teachers around you. Seek out SBA lenders at banks you trust, or find a friend that has secured SBA financing, or research advisors who have experience putting SBA deals together. Bring these tips to conversations with those experts and you’re well on your way.  


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Megabite Restaurant Brokers, LLC are grateful for the opportunity to confidentially and discreetly help you buy, value or sell a business.  We have an extensive network of restaurant, bar or nightclub business buyers looking for established, profitable businesses.  This is a testimonial just received  from a prospective purchaser.  

We have 100’s of testimonials from business buyers and sellers.  Many of these buyers provided testimonials after successfully purchasing a business in which we represented the SELLER of the business.  These buyers are willing to confidentially and discreetly share their experience with you.  Please contact us should you wish to speak with them.


“Just a quick note to say thanks for taking the time on MON night to discuss business ownership and the acquisition process.  Both your insight and your candor are greatly appreciated.  I can see why Mark Crumblish spoke so highly of you and your expertise.  As you recommended, I will remain patient and look forward to hearing from you when an opportunity may present itself.”

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7 Ways TrumpCare Will Change Healthcare Industry

7 Ways TrumpCare Will Change the Healthcare Industry in 2017

At this point, only one thing is certain about TrumpCare: it’s going to happen. But what will it look like? At this point nobody knows, probably including even Trump himself.Concierge business brokerage and business valuation services to exceptional Dallas - Fort Worth business owners

Nevertheless, it’s possible to read the tea leaves via Trump’s appointments and statements that he and his appointees have made in the past. Based on this, there are seven likely developments:

  1. Block grants for Medicaid– President-elect Trump has already proposed significant tax cuts which will add to the pressure to reduce healthcare expense. The brunt of this effort is most likely to fall upon Medicaid, probably in the form of block grants to states rather than direct federal funding.
  1. More Emphasis on Measurement– Health insurers have long wanted to control costs by paying for results rather than activities, aka “value based reimbursement.” TrumpCare will probably require healthcare providers to submit additional paperwork to prove “demonstrated outcomes” before being paid.
  1. More Spending on Information Technology– Increased emphasis on cost control and outcomes will drive healthcare providers to use more technology and automation. Much of this will take the form of shifting clerical work (making appointments, handling insurance claims) onto patients.
  1. Less Government Regulation– Trump and GOP have identified over-regulation as a major source of unnecessary healthcare costs. As such, TrumpCare will likely include a reduction in regulation and reporting requirements, especially those promulgated during the Obama administration.
  1. Fewer Cost Controls for Physicians– The proposed Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS), Tom Price, believes physicians should play a leadership role in all areas of healthcare, including reimbursement approaches outside of hospital settings. He can be expected to fight programs like the current Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) effort to bundle payments for cardio surgery.
  1. More Public/Private Partnerships– Some public/private demonstration programs, like the Independence At Home (IAH) in-home elder primary care project, have yielded good results for shared risk and profitability. It’s reasonable to assume that TrumpCare will embrace and expand such efforts.
  1. More Mergers and Acquisitions– Obamacare drove a wave of M+A activity as healthcare firms were forced to adapt to rapidly changing circumstances. TrumpCare is likely to create even more change, especially in parts of the healthcare market (mostly outside of hospitals) that are currently fragmented.

What Does This Mean for Your Industry Segment?

Our entire professional team believes that healthcare technology in all verticals will have more prominence, including revenue cycle management, outcome data measurement, and population analytics. The more integrated the technology is inside a healthcare company’s operations, the more it will increase the company’s valuation.

There are other factors that will affect healthcare company value, including the unfolding issue of minimum wage and the recently stayed increases in the exempt salary threshold advanced by DOL. These initiatives will have the greatest impact on labor-intensive services, which predominate in the healthcare marketplace.

Durable Medical Equipment (DME) and Medical Devices

“We have already undergone significant change with competitive bidding in the durable medical equipment (DME) market and there will be more to follow. Despite this there remain great opportunities and we have several good quality deals in our pipeline. In the medical device area, there will be very positive growth with the likelihood of a rollback on medical device taxes.”

— Bradley Smith, VERTESS Managing Director/Partner

Urgent Care Center (UCC), Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASC), and Physician Practice

“Each of these areas continue to have strong investor interest, including private equity, and fit well with the focus on cost control. It appears that reimbursement will increasingly support more services in outpatient environments that are attractive for physician entrepreneurs. The markets will continue to expand even as they consolidate through increased M+A activity.”

— Luis de la Prida, VERTESS Managing Director

Pharmaceuticals and Contract Research Organizations (CROs)

“There are many exciting developments in all of these bioscience verticals and, despite the specter of TrumpCare, pharma’s shares have skyrocketed. I foresee strong growth in 2017 and beyond.”

— Teresa Gonzalo, VERTESS Managing Director

Homecare/Hospice, Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities (I/DD), and Addiction Treatment

“The value of programs will be maintained in 2017, with the possibility of some increases as consolidation ramps up in all areas, including nonprofits. While the I/DD market is experiencing more managed care reimbursement pressure, there remains a broad, politically agnostic base of support across the US.”

— Tom Schramski, VERTESS Managing Partner

The Bottom Line on TrumpCare

This is not a time to “hunker down and hope for the best.” Quite the contrary, TrumpCare will drive massive change in the healthcare industry. In order to survive and thrive, you will need to:

  1. Remain Alert. Once things start happening, they’ll happen very quickly. You’ll want to stay atop the news for the healthcare industry in general and your segment in particular.
  2. Become Flexible. To become more agile, you must fully understand your business — especially your financial and operational strengths and weaknesses. If you find this effort too daunting, a healthcare specialist advisor can advise you on how to better assess your current position.
  3. Focus on Building Sustainable Value. Regardless of what happens, the healthcare companies that focus on the basics will perform better than those that neglect them. 

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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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