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New Business For Sale: Garment Delivery Business, Niche (3 Trucks Incl.)

December 14, 2018 by Alex Estrin

Alex Estrin just launched a new listing: Garment Delivery Business, Niche (3 Trucks Incl.) Garment Delivery Business, Niche (3 Trucks Incl.) Asking: $137,000 • Gross: $222,000 • Net: $62,000 Independent, dock-to-dock garment delivery business. Operating in a niche market. Headquartered in Los Angeles. Turn Key opportunity. 25+ years in business. Long-term customers. 3 trucks included in the sale (free & clear). Fantastic growth potential for new owner. Training included. Routes are usually anywhere from San Fernando Valley, San Gabriel Valley, San Bernardino/Riverside to the OC Area. Drivers make 1-6 deliveries per day. Income is well documented. Relocatable freight carriers, specialized moving/delivery business. Contact us for more information. Please complete the "Buyer Registration" including a Non-Disclosure Agreement on-line at www.bizex.net Alex Estrin, Business Broker and M&A Advisor, (310) 882-2200 ext. 158. Alex Estrin Email: aestrin@bizex.net

New Business For Sale: High-End Rug Restoration, Cleaning, and Sales to the Affluent

August 22, 2018 by Alex Estrin

Alex Estrin just launched a new listing: High-End Rug Restoration, Cleaning, and Sales to the Affluent High-End Rug Restoration, Cleaning, and Sales to the Affluent Asking: $98,000 • Gross: $118,008 • Net: $78,542 Over the last 30 years, the owner has been cleaning, selling, and restoring high-end expensive rugs, generally valued between $2,000-$10,000. Most of his business is on the West Side, serving clients with a lot of disposable income. Typical clients include entertainment professionals, doctors, lawyers, and business professionals. Many years ago, the owner traveled to the Middle East where he learned how to make high-end rugs from scratch and has perfected a cleaning and restoration method. He will train the new owner how to do the same.

STANDARD OF CONDUCT IN DEALING WITH CLIENTS

July 05, 2018 by Alex Estrin

I would like to share with you the Business Brokerage Standards that I follow. When dealing with clients, a Business Broker should:  pledge to protect and promote the best interests of the client, perform all services with integrity, honesty, care, good faith and fair dealing, seek to obtain reliable information, maintain confidentiality of client’s proprietary information, obtain terms and conditions of agreements in writing, be willing to take the necessary steps to complete an assignment competently or decline the engagement.   When dealing with clients, Business Brokers should:  offer the client objective advice, opinions and recommendations, advise the client to make full disclosure, where appropriate, to prospective buyers of all information which may materially impact the transaction, conduct all negotiations on behalf of the client in good faith, keep the client informed of the status of all negotiations,