Website Closers Now Offers a No Cost Seller Consultation & Valuation Service to Clients Selling an Amazon Business

With this consultation and valuation service, a client will be able to get all the information they need regarding their opportunities in the marketplace.

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Amazon businesses have been expanding and are reaching out to new customers, so there is an increasing willingness on the part of buyers, lenders and other investors to acquire and expand on currently operating Amazon companies.

Ponderay, ID (PRWEB) June 09, 2014

With this consultation and valuation service, a client will be able to get all the information they need regarding their opportunities in the marketplace. Amazon businesses have been expanding and are reaching out to new customers, so there is an increasing willingness on the part of buyers, lenders and other investors to acquire and expand on currently operating Amazon companies. And as to the question of how to sell an Amazon business, if done correctly, it can be as seamless as any other eCommerce, digital asset sale. The key is to work with a team of dedicated professionals that have sold Amazon businesses in the past – and the team at WebsiteClosers.com has the experience and knowledge necessary to get the deal closed.

The company has expertise in selling internet business at the highest possible purchase price. And depending on the assets being sold, an online business can be acquired using a diverse number of structures. 95% of small business transactions (sales) fall within three categories (or a mix thereof): all cash up front with no financing, lender financing, and seller financing. Some of the other financing opportunities available include various ownership levels in the business; sharing profits, earn outs, consulting or employment agreements, and many others. This Website Brokerage has a very large network of investors, private equity and lending professionals that continue to provide financing options for these deals. Few brokers have such a large lending network – in fact most brokers shy away from banks. Not us – know why? Because we know how to close deals – and those other brokers don’t have the patience or wherewithal to go the mile it takes when things go wrong to get the deal closed.

Addressing the internet business sector, a spokesperson from Website Closers, Jason Guerrettaz, Executive Director, discussed the All-Cash Deal: “This particular method is rare. Of course, this is the best of both worlds, but many times, when all cash is offered to a seller of an online business, the seller likely isn’t getting the full potential value of the assets. For some sellers, depending on their particular situation, this might be acceptable, but for others, some level of additional capital might be requested, like an earn-out on sales and/or profits or a seller note.”

This brokerage has years of experience in selling numerous kinds of businesses, including selling ecommerce websites, software companies, Amazon businesses, eBay businesses, and other digital assets. If it’s not Bricks & Mortar, chances are that they’ve closed one before.

About WebsiteClosers.com

WebsiteClosers.com is dedicated to representing sellers of online businesses looking to exit. If one wants to know how to buy and sell websites, simply go to them to learn more. They have experience selling a number of different kinds of businesses, including e-commerce websites, software companies, Amazon businesses, and eBay businesses, and other digital assets. They also have experience owning and operating these same companies. They are unmatched when it comes to learning how to sell an Ecommerce Site. In addition, they have helped sell businesses that operate within the Internet space, but are not traditional online businesses like Daily Deals sites, Flash Sales sites and many more.

For more information, please visit http://www.websiteclosers.com.


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