Small Business – Serving Baltimore East, Maryland (MD)

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How we Turned Around All Around Gutters in Record Time

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Posted by Justin Sandridge on

All Around Gutters: Sold August 8, 2019 We are excited to announce that we helped All Around Gutters sell to Herman Management in less than 3 months. Patrick Smyth came to us in June 2019 to sell his business.  He was ready to retire and wanted the business sold by the end of the summer.    ...
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ServiceMaster Franchise Owners Make a Clean Sweep and Sell their Business

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Posted by Justin Sandridge on

We are excited to announce that we helped Sell ServiceMaster of Harford County, Maryland on July 31, 2019 Libby and Jimmy took a chance and left their corporate jobs in New York City over 30 years ago to start this franchise in Maryland. Today they passed the torch on to Michael and Mary to cont ...
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Behavioral Health Practice Sold – March 22, 2019 – Severna Park, MD

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Posted by Justin W. Sandridge, Business Broker on

Business Sold March 22, 2019:  Bay Area Behavioral Health  We were referred to the owner of Bay Area Behavioral Health, John Driscoll, by his accountant, Allen Alperstein, in August 2018.  We conducted a valuation on the business and was able to quickly get the business on the mark ...
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Think Like a Buyer When Selling Your Business

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Posted by Business Broker Russell Cohen on

When you’re hoping to sell your business there are a number of things to be concerned about. There are a few ways you can get a step-up on your buyer and anticipate their moves before they have thought them up themselves. If you want to swim with the piranhas you’re going to have to nip ...
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What DO Your Employees Want?

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Posted by Laura Barbara, Murphy Business Broker on

I have very fond memories of my first “real” job. After all, this was my initial step into the real world: no longer did I receive cash for a few hours of watching someone’s children; I now had my hands on an official paycheck – complete with my social security number, full a ...
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