We are uniquely qualified to help you maximize the return on the sale of your business, while minimizing the impact on you, your family and your employees.
You put your heart and soul into your business. You sacrificed to build it into what it is today. When it is time to sell you need to engage the services of the best business brokerage firm you can find. Don’t leave money on the table.
–Lee Huff, OVBA President
We specialize in helping qualified buyers find an ideal business. We help successful business owners find qualified buyers.
Our goal is to provide value! We want our clients to say “Wow! I could not have done this without you!” When clients sign our commission checks, we want them to do it happily, knowing that we earned it by providing value above and beyond what they are paying us.
You have put your heart and soul into your business and sacrificed to build it into what it is today. So, when it comes time to sell, you need to engage the services of the best business transfer specialist.
When buying a business, it is important for us to understand what kind of buyer you are. OVBA quickly assesses what is driving you as a buyer to in order to narrow the focus on which business is right for you.
There is often a big difference between what a business owner thinks their company is worth and what they know they know their company is worth. We have a Certified Machinery and Equipment Appraiser (CMEA) designation so that all the appraisals we provide are certified.
Business valuation is like putting a stick in the mud so that you can look back and see your progress. What is measured gets acted on. Proper valuation of your business can be vital to making good decisions.
“Your analysis is great, except for one thing: where were you a year and a half ago?”
Business owner who has been struggling for over two years to make a decision about his business
“You are so organized, you make me sick.”
“With many thanks for your wise counsel and for the difference it has made in our lives. God Bless.”
A satisfied client in a note with a gift
“We really appreciate all the hard work you have been doing for us. I know we can be particular and have lots of questions. Your patience to hang in there with us is wonderful.”
An unsolicited note
He is the most logical person I know.
A client talking to an attorney about our work
“Your help in our family financial and retirement quagmire has been immeasurable and we will be forever grateful for your wise counsel.”
A client during a client satisfaction survey
“It is I who needs to thank you for putting on such a great program. Despite the technical problems we encountered, you did a fabulous job. You were able to connect with the audience and maintain their interest. I appreciate you coming out to do this for me. Your handout was very professional and I came away with some new information.”
On our seminars
“Thanks for today’s meeting. Your research, preparation, knowledge, and confidence were evident and responsible for the positive outcome. When we walked into his office, I read (the attorney) as being ready to attack because he was “the expert.” You turned him around. Another great job!”
Regarding dealing with attorneys
“I have dealt with other professionals but he excels them all for he has my best interests at heart. I trust him!”
From a Center of Influence
“Thanks for all your great work and follow up. You are acting like a financial planner who takes responsibility for people’s financial well-being. That’s a great sign.”
Early on, regarding work as a Treasurer
From Our Blog
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