Are Ask Prices On The Internet An Accurate Means To Gauge The Market?

By Hoke - Last updated: Thursday, July 22, 2010 - Save & Share - Leave a Comment

Most Ask Prices on the Internet are too high. Because they do not sell, overpriced businesses are perpetually displayed. They influence other Business Sellers who look on the Internet to price their business creating an ongoing parade of businesses that rarely sell. Further compounding too-high pricing some Business Brokers look to the Business Seller (who looked on the Internet) to provide price guidance. Properly priced businesses sell even in today’s challenging market. An experienced Business Broker can provide Comparable Sales, Market Valuation and the local perspective helping you estimate the value and ask Price for your business.

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