Company Broker GroupThey are aware of their reputation
Buyers: You should have an excellent background in financial analysis if you look at a deal Company Broker Group is pushing.
One example: I looked at an offer for $165k in earnings, and after reviewing tax returns + attacks, it came down to less than $100k.
One was for $1.35MM in discretionary earnings, but the company was losing cash.
The advertised income they are earning to the Buyer has many contingencies and is almost always blue sky (i.e., Buyer beware!
Many lenders in Denver told me that they are aware of my reputation.
We reached a verbal deal concerning their tactics, and they tried to renegotiate days later, so I left.
One of the partners claims to be a “broker since 1984”.
Note, he was an investment (not business) broker, was barred from the securities industry, and has had his new gig for less than five years: brokercheck.finra.org/in… (Jeff Eisnaugle)
Sellers: These two are not the right people to represent you if you are serious about buying a property.
Based on my direct experience, they will not give you a fair estimate of the company’s value.
Avoid. This will delay any intelligent buyer’s sale.
They will create a false sense of value in your mind and incorrectly state the actual value of your business.
It is interesting to see the timing of many positive reviews that followed the initial posting.
It is also interesting to observe their short lives. Friends and family are evident.