Our Business Brokerage will help you sell for maximum value!
Are you looking towards an exit strategy? We can help guide you through a successful exit for the maximum value of your business.
If you have conducted research into the possibility or have already attempted to sell your business, you know the complexity involved in closing a deal. We help guide business owners through the intricacies by focusing on key factors that define the business’s best value.
Our Business Brokers
Principal/CEO Mark Griffin has over a decade of experience in business brokerage and over 18 years progressive commercial real estate experience. Mr. Griffin has represented buyers and sellers of many types of businesses from main street restaurants to manufacturing and professional services. His experience in both business brokerage and commercial real estate allows him to create strategic marketing solutions for every client he represents. Mr. Griffin has also experience in sale/leasebacks transactions for businesses that are sold while retaining ownership of their real estate. Mr Griffin is dedicated to providing targeted and strategic solutions for all types of business buyers and sellers. Mark is a graduate of Clemson University.
Chris serves as VP and Principal of the business brokerage division of SperryCGA-Griffin Partners and is active in all areas of business brokerage as well as commercial net income brokerage. Chris has over twenty years of experience in creating and selling businesses, real estate development, and project management. In addition to being a certified PMP®, Chris is also a licensed real estate agent in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina. Chris’s ability to analyze complex business financials and interpret them to potential buyers as well as organize and construct them into a private marketing offering memorandums for business sellers pays dividends.
Business brokerage is a complex specialty and when you are ready to exit call Chris for a no obligation free market valuation of your business with or without real estate.
Selling your Business
Purchasing a Business
Launching a brand new business takes time. A bulk of your energy will be spent in the planning phase, including a business plan and taking steps to making that plan a reality.
But with an existing business, you will (usually) have these steps completed:
- Building or office space
- Inventory and equipment
- Established brand and brand identity
- Customer base
- Vendor and supplier base, plus manufacturing resources
- Existing employees who can share their knowledge and expertise
- Management processes and policies
- An understanding of your competition and market