Business Sales

The term seller refers to a party that offers a good, service, or asset in return for payment. A seller can be an individual, corporation, government, or any other entity. In financial markets, a seller is a party that offers an asset they own or hold for purchase by someone else.

A seller helps customers and then offers the best solution in regards to the products being sold. They also explain to the customers how a certain product works when necessary, as well as explain the current deals and discounts.



A business broker is an individual or company that assists mainly in the purchase and sale of small, main street businesses. Their tasks include helping companies to secure a favorable price, submit paperwork correctly and fulfill any licensing and permitting requirements.

Transferring a company’s ownership includes a complex process where the fair price of the company must be determined, the accounts and financial records of the company must be verified, a price must be negotiated, and then the sale must be closed. Business brokers take up the responsibility of managing these activities along with ensuring the confidentiality of the sale details until an official announcement is made.


Real Estate

Commercial real estate (CRE) is property used exclusively for business-related purposes or to provide a work space rather than a living space, which would instead constitute residential real estate. Most often, commercial real estate is leased to tenants to conduct income-generating activities.