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CHASE GROUP - Business Intermediaries, Valuations & Financing
Business Sales and Listings

All businesses undergoe a thorough inspection and evaluation prior to being listed. This includes: site tour(s), tax and financial statement reviews and recasting, business profile creation, market valuation, pricing and promotion strategies. Unlike other brokers, The Chase Group only accepts saleable companies that have completed and passed its due diligence reviews and standards for listings. In practice, this results in our acceptance of only 4 out of 10 candidate firms for listing.

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- CONFIDENTIAL - Business listing materials and data are afforded the utmost confidentiality in handling, release and promotion. As a business owners ourselves we understand the sensitive nature of your plans, data and intentions. No materials ever leave our possession without first receiving signed non-disclosure agreements from pre-qualified buyers. No offline or online promotion of your listing will ever contain any statements or data that is not first pre-approved by the seller for release and publication.

- RISK FREE - There are no up-front fees charged by The Chase Group for business listings. We only get paid upon the successful completion of your business sale. We cover the expense, time and resources required to aggressively promote your company. This includes pre-qualifying buyer candidates, producing creative and placing media buys in strategic online and offline publications, directories and listing services. Financial statement recasting is also included in basic listing agreements in order to maximize your sales price and subsequent ROI.

Business Valuations

The Chase Group highly recommends its third-party business valuation services. Unlike simple recasting, professional valuations are the best means of determining true market value and potential of a company. There are many types of business valuations that cover different situations and circumstances. The Chase Group offers Five Primary Valuation packages: Value Snapshot, Value Analysis, Limited Formal Valuation, M&A Valuation and IRS Revenue Ruling 59-60 Valuations.

All valuations are completed by nationally certified Valuation Analysts. Final reports typically contain data, analysis and sourcing references spanning about 60 pages, and are thoroughly detailed. Depending on the circumstances, size and legal structure of the company, valuation reports may reach upwards of 200 pages. Comprehensive valuations are also commonly used for legal rulings and court mandates.

Common Business Valuation Uses Include:
  1. Provide Fair Market Value of a Business as of a Specific Date in Time
  2. Annual "check-up" for business owners to determine financial strengths and weaknesses
  3. Benchmark comparison for business owners to determine how the business is operating compared to other similar businesses in the same industry (regionally and nationally)
  4. Acquiring expansion capital through lending institutions and venture capitalists
  5. Business Planning and Value Enhancement - Determining the present value of a business and setting goals over a period of time to increase that value
  6. Valuing company stock for the development or annual review of an employee stock option program (or bonus stock option plan)
  7. Retirement planning
  8. Merger or Acquisition (Buying or Selling a Business)
  9. Planning for an initial public offering of stock
  10. Conducting a major strategic-planning initiative
  11. Seeking outside investors
  12. Disputing conclusions of an IRS audit
  13. Doing estate or gift planning that involves company stock
  14. Creating company stock-option plans or other stock benefit plans (e.g., ESOP or ESOT)
  15. Breaking up a partnership (Partner Buyout)
  16. Getting a Divorce
  17. Entering Bankruptcy
  18. Contact Us to schedule a business valuation presentation
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