Business brokers in Georgia have the necessary knowledge and experience to help value your business and negotiate a successful sale. Before placing your company on the market, consider finding a licensed broker. He or she can accurately value your business, screen potential buyers, and close the deal. If the sale of your business is currently confidential, using a broker can protect your privacy.
Brokers who belong to industry organizations pledge to meet the profession’s best practices and ethical standards. For this reason, look for a broker who is certified by the Georgia Association of Business Brokers, the American Business Brokers Association, and/or the International Business Brokers Association.
Business brokers in Georgia are required to obtain a real estate broker license. Candidates for licensure must be older than 21 and have a GED or high school diploma. They must complete a 60-hour education class or equivalent approved by the Georgia Real Estate Commission and pass an exam demonstrating their knowledge.
Use BizQuest to explore qualified Georgia business brokers in your area. Use our broker search to find a business broker in your area. You can filter by county and then city to find the professional right for you and assist in the sale of your small business.