Value vs Purchase Price

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The concept of value versus purchase price is central to any business sale. Value is an estimate of what your business is worth, based on its financial performance, market position, potential for growth, and other intangible factors like brand strength. The purchase price, however, is the amount a buyer is actually willing to pay, which can be influenced by market conditions, strategic fit, and negotiation dynamics.

It's important to understand that these two figures may not always align; the value serves as a benchmark, but the final purchase price is determined through negotiation, reflecting both the buyer's and seller's assessments of the business's worth.

Our role as your advisors is to bridge the gap between value and purchase price, ensuring that you receive fair compensation for your business.

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