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Selling a 6 figure business in 2020 - broker or no?

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Redwolf

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May 6, 2018
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For a business with an estimated sales price around $325,000 give or take, is a broker's expertise worth 10% or so? Do brokers "private client lists" really amount to anything? Do brokers tend to help business sell faster? Or for more money? What value does a broker *really* bring in 2020?

Anyone out there sold a business with or without a broker and wish they did the opposite? Or glad you chose the route you took and why?

I've sold an e-commerce business for ~$30k before on my own, but that was super simple.
 

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