I would certainly recommend VR and would use them again if I had the need. They kept their promises, worked hard and sold my business to a buyer from across the country. Choosing VR was one of the best decisions I ever made with my business.
Mohan and Troy at VR were great to work with. The entire process was great. They really know their business.
Troy - thank you for all your hard work with eSupplyStore. I know we found the right buyer at the right price. I don't see how the process could have gone any smoother.
VR did an excellent job of selling my franchise. This is actually the second time that I have used their services and I have been impressed both times.
I owned the Health Gazette for over 30 years and it was important for me to find the right buyer. VR gave us a fair market value for the business and sold it for exactly that amount. I could not have been more pleased.
VR really took the time to understand my needs. I think their expertise was a big reason the transaction happened.
VR stood out from the competition. They were the best fit when it came to selling my business.
I was extremely impressed with VR. They approached the sale of my business with a very professional system. I knew my business wasn't large, but I still got a high level of service. I would certainly recommend VR to anyone thinking about selling their business.
I hired VR to sell me construction company. They worked hard through the whole process and found the right buyer. They did a great job and I would use them again.
I wanted to send a note and thank you for all your hard work. This has been a great experience and I really enjoyed working with VR.
Pure Air Systems
I tried other brokers in town and they just put some ad in the newspapaer and it didn't result in much.
VR did a very good job for us. They set the price for my business, found the buyer, and worked through all the details.
Commercial Business Systems
I first used another brokerage company to try and sell my business, but it did not work. VR was totally different, very professional and they sold my business for almost full asking price.
VR exceeded my expectations in selling my online business. I got the full asking price of the business. We got several offers within the first couple of weeks. The entire process took less than 6 weeks from start to finish.
Posted by Troy Frank on August 6, 2012 @ 4:52 pm
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Posted by Troy Frank on August 13, 2012 @ 1:34 pm
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Posted by Troy Frank on May 13, 2013 @ 12:35 pm
Between 2008 and 2012, the market for sales of businesses has been slow, and the value of companies has dropped accordingly. But research from The Sellability Score shows we could be heading back into a seller's market. When the power is in your hands, :: continuePost Comment
Posted by Troy Frank on February 11, 2013 @ 1:28 pm
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Posted by Troy Frank on January 14, 2013 @ 2:38 pm
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Posted by Troy Frank on October 23, 2012 @ 12:43 pm
Smart business owners not only know how to grow a profitable business, butthey also know when to cash out and sell it. With millions of people uncertain about the employment market and the possibility of increasing taxes, today could be a great time to :: continuePost Comment
Posted by Troy Frank on September 3, 2012 @ 3:27 pm
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Posted by Troy Frank on July 28, 2012 @ 12:39 pm
1. Know up front what your expectations are in a Business Broker who will be selling your business. Make sure you discuss and convey those expectations to the business broker you select. Direct and open communications about expectations and other issues :: continuePost Comment
Posted by Troy Frank on July 20, 2012 @ 8:17 am
One of the most common concerns we get from sellers is the fear oftheir employees finding out the business is for sale and they all headfor the door. Chances are your employees are replaceable, but knowbusiness owner wants to go through the headache :: continuePost Comment
Posted by Troy Frank on January 15, 2012 @ 4:36 pm
Business owners work hard over the years to build a company and it is important to understand the drivers that are involved in maximizing this value when a business sale is being contemplated. Detailed below are 10 of the more common elements that are :: continuePost Comment