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Why Use BPC Business for your Business Brokerage:

Did you know it takes just two weeks to obtain a real estate / business broker license in most states? Do you want to leave those important decisions to someone with 14 days of experience? We use our decades of experience to make every effort to maximize the return on your investment, no matter which investment that might be. Why combine real estate and business brokerage? Some business brokers understand little about the real estate side, and many real estate brokers understand practically nothing about the business side. We’ve found that most of our deals involve both. So, why not combine the two disciplines into one cohesive package to maximize your knowledge of the transaction. The more you know, the better decisions you can make.  Interested in learning more and meeting some of our team?  Check out our Podcast / Youtube videos that are updated every week.

In addition a business broker's expertise is important for the following reasons:

Confidentiality. A business broker will protect the identity of the company through a blind profile – a document describing the company without revealing its identity.

Business Continuity. Selling a business is time-consuming for an owner, and with a business broker, the owner can maintain a focus on running the business when a broker is working on the sale.

Reaching potential buyers. Business brokers have the tools and resources to reach the largest possible base of buyers.

Marketing. A business broker can help present your company in the best light to maximize the sale price. He or she has an understanding of the key values that buyers are looking for and can assist in identifying changes that can lead to a better selling price.

Valuing your Business. Putting a value on a business is far more difficult and complex than valuing a house. Every business is different, with hundreds of variables that have an impact on the value. Business brokers have access to business transaction databases that can be used as guidelines or reference points. But the best way for a business owner to truly feel comfortable that he got the best deal is to have several financially viable parties bidding for his business, which is much more likely using the resources of a professional business broker.

Balance of Experience. Most corporate buyers have acquired multiple businesses while sellers usually have only one sale. An experience business broker can level the playing field for a business owner making his one and only business sale.

Closing a Deal. Since the business broker’s sole function is to sell the business, there’s a much better chance that a deal will be closed in less time. The faster the sale, the lower the risk of employee problems, customer defection and predatory competition.

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Andy Roberts

Andy Roberts has a passion for building relationships across various industries through the delivery of business and IT solutions. At his best in an advisory/diplomacy role, he utilizes a motivation-and-metrics approach to drive positive change. He has a proven track record as an influential leader, managing perceptions and encouraging personnel at all levels to rally […]

Jesse Appling

Jesse Appling has experience with E*TRADE Financial as a Financial Services Representative. He has years of market experience, and has successfully passed his qualifying Series 7 & Series 63 certification exams. He previously worked for Deserted Road, a technology company based out of Atlanta Georgia, providing consulting services to their clients. Jesse attended Georgia State […]

Kevin Bundy

Kevin Bundy, is a strong executive team leader dedicated to the delivery of quality services with proven skills in strategic planning, growing companies, mergers and acquisitions, setting and executing on strategic goals.  He has extensive, real world experience in startups, turnarounds, acquisitions, business model development, product development, marketing, and sales.  Some of that experience has […]

Christian Doom

Christian Doom is a Georgia State Alumni with experience at Coca-Cola and E*Trade Financial. His experience at E*Trade included advanced trading for his investment clients. His financial analysis and data analysis skills in several business sectors has uniquely qualified him for review of technology and software business valuations.

Adam Whitmire, CCIM

Adam Whitmire, CCIM, is the founder of The Whitmire Group LLC, a brokerage with over 20 years of real estate and business experience with a strong focus on investment portfolio management and international market development. From coordination of large acquisitions to Institutional foreign fund administration, Mr. Whitmire is highly valued for his market analysis, investments […]

Brian Patton, CCIM

Brian Patton, CCIM, founder of Brian Patton Commercial and BPC Business, started his career as a land planner, designing large scale master plan projects throughout the world. Following that, a stint in the public sector working for local city planning departments honed Brian’s skills in dealing with development and regulatory issues. After assembling his own […]






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