As a business owner in the state of Oregon, you want to ensure that when you decide to sell, the process goes as smoothly as possible. Working with a broker can help ease concerns and provide additional benefits. Oregon business brokers may be involved in both buying and selling, can assist with valuation and act as a buffer between you and potential buyers.
Business brokers in Oregon are required to be licensed in order to work in the state. The process involves hours of broker real estate education, followed by the PSI Exam and fingerprinting.
Brokers also have the option to join associations to expand their knowledge and resources. Organizations like the American Business Brokers Association (ABBA) and the International Business Brokers Association (IBBA), offer a variety of benefits to members, such as special accreditation and information on current market trends.
Anyone considering selling their business can make great use of BizQuest’s list of local brokers to find someone to help you sell on your terms.