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Looking to Sell a Business in Florida?

If you’re looking for a trusted partner to help you sell a business in Florida, look no further than Sunbelt Business Brokers.

Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to providing you with personalized service and expert guidance every step of the way to sell your business.

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Sunbelt has quietly sold hundreds of Florida businesses over our 25 year history. Here are just a few recent sales. We have experience selling companies in technology, manufacturing, contracting/construction, business services, healthcare, education, transportation and more. 


See some of the Sunbelt Business Brokers reviews and testimonials from our clients and professionals that we have worked with. Their feedback can offer valuable insights into the quality of our services and the level of satisfaction you can expect when partnering with our team.

I want to thank Sunbelt and the whole team for excellent and really professional work on helping me find and negotiate a great deal. I had a great experience working with them.
Matias Pintor
I've known David Carson for several years now. He's very professional, genuine and hard working. He pays attention to detail and goes above and beyond to help clients achieve their business and personal goals. You'll see what I mean after one conversation with David.
Bruce Evans
I’m so grateful for the amazing team at Sunbelt that helped me sell my second-hand treasures store. I couldn’t have done this without them. They were so professional and are now like family! I’ll be sending my friends and family their way!
Rachel Perdue

See some of the Sunbelt Business Brokers reviews and testimonials from our clients and professionals that we have worked with.

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  1. Prepare for new management. As soon as you make the decision to sell, begin doing what you can to help the business run “on its own.” The business should not, especially now, be just you!
  2. Accept the financing facts. You’ll likely be financing the sale of your business, since banks are traditionally unenthusiastic about loans for the purchase of most businesses.
  3. Make sure your own financials are accurate, detailed, and up-to-date. Get professional help, if necessary, to present yourself well “on paper.” Remember – this means seeing yourself in the same light as a prospective buyer, so rethink all those “perks” and hidden assets.
  4. Spruce up and pare down. Sell unused equipment and inventory. Nobody will want to pay for it – but they might worry it will get tacked on if they see it lying around. This is a good time to see what else needs a bit of spit and polish to make the best possible impression.
  5. Establish a realistic price for your business.
  6. Keep your selling plans to yourself, at least at the outset. Employees might react poorly to your “news,” and you need their stability more than ever at this crucial time.