Atlanta, Georgia is one of the Best Cities in the USA for Foodies. Atlanta is a food lover’s paradise with the diversity, history, and various geographical food hubs in metro Atlanta. Atlanta is one of the top 20 foodie cities in the United States, and for good reason. You can find any kind of food you could crave.
Dominique Maddox a Restaurant Broker and Founder of EATS Broker says,” Atlanta...Read More
What should you know today if you are thinking about selling a restaurant? The restaurant resale market has drastically changed from January 2020 to now. The Covid-19 pandemic has reset the restaurant market for available restaurant lease spaces, restaurant price valuations, and increased buyer’s negotiating power.
Dominique Maddox a Restaurant Broker and Founder of EATS Broker says, “...Read More
How should I sell my restaurant is a question most restaurant owners will have to deal with before exiting their business. Similar to residential real estate owners, restaurant owners have multiple options to choose from. Each option has pros and cons, but which one is actually better?
Today’s internet has tons of information on selling a restaurant, how to do a valuation, and ways to market...Read More
In the real estate industry in the United States, a pocket listing or hip pocket listing is a property where a broker holds a signed listing agreement (or contract) with the seller, whether that be an “Exclusive Right to Sell” or “Exclusive Agency” agreement or contract, but which is never advertised nor entered into a multiple listing system (MLS) according to...Read More
Every restaurant owner wants to know, how can I sell my restaurant fast? The art of selling a restaurant is different than selling a residential home. The element they have in common is both a restaurant and a home need preparation before hitting the market for sale.
When selling a home, you can usually expect an offer within 1-3 months before owners start to panic. The average time to sell a...Read More
The million-dollar question for buyers should be,” what are the benefits of buying an existing restaurant”? The Restaurant Industry has a high failure rate, around 60 percent of new restaurants fail within the first year. And nearly 80 percent shutter before their fifth anniversary according to CNBC.com
Knowing these tremendous odds of failure, there are precautions prospective restaurant...Read More
Did you know the statement “proof of funds” is not in the Merriam Webster dictionary? This information is interesting because the words, “proof of funds” are used daily in the Business Brokerage world.
Proof of Funds (POF) demonstrates how much money a person or entity has available in liquid assets. When purchasing a restaurant, you may need documentation showing your Proof of Funds to show...Read More
It’s a golden opportunity for buyers to buy a restaurant in today’s market. BizBuySell.com states website traffic has increased with Buyers and Sellers activity. Customer traffic on the internet’s largest Business for sale site now exceeds pre-Covid-19 levels. Traffic to the website was up 19% May 2020 compared to May 2019.
Yelp recently updated its Local Economic Impact Report to provide...Read More
EATS Broker talks to 3 Types of Buyers after the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak about buying a restaurant. The conversations we had before Covid-19 were much different than the conversations now. Today’s conversations come with a collection of unknown factors.
Today’s market is buzzing with a large number of buyers and sellers entering the market. Some want to become an entrepreneur while...Read More
Dominique Maddox of the EATS Broker leases vacant space. Mr. Everything Café will be opening in Banks Crossing Shopping Center in Fayetteville, GA. EATS Broker represented the franchisee during the transaction.
Mr. Everything Cafe has been serving great food since 1993, starting in the West End Atlanta Community. Mr. Everything Cafe has received national recognition with its recent...Read More