When it’s time to sell a restaurant, most restaurant owners don’t have an exit strategy. Some Restaurant Owners think they can sell their Restaurant anytime, like a residential property. The hard fact is that only about 20%-30% of restaurants listed on the market will sell.
Restaurant owners with a plan when it’s time to exit, are usually more successful than those without. An exit strategy consists of clean books and records, updated-looking restaurants, understanding the lease, and knowing the status of the PPP loan, Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL), an SBA loan.
Dallas, Texas, Restaurant Broker Dominique Maddox says, “The lack of exit strategy planning for restaurant owners is common. Most restaurant owners plan to sell a restaurant once an unexpected event triggers them”.
When it’s time to sell a restaurant: Two essential factors to consider:
Do you have an SBA loan, and your restaurant sale proceeds will not cover the balance?
Restaurant Broker advice: Contact your SBA lender to let them know you are selling your Restaurant. Find out your options if the sale proceeds will not cover your loan balance. The lenders usually agree to drop the lien on the assets when the Restaurant is sold to a buyer.
The remaining balance Restaurant owner would have to pay back like a personal loan and would be a personal guarantor on the remaining balance.
Balance owed $200,000.
Sell the Restaurant for $125,000 and receive $112,500 after Broker’s Commission.
Personal Guarantor for $200,000 – $112,500 = $87,500
Do you have an Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL)?
The EIDL loan cannot be forgiven, and the payments usually begin 30 months after the disbursement date. Even if the Restaurant closes, the lender can claim and sell your personal assets. The lender can claim the assets of any individual that signed the loan documentation as a personal guarantor.
Restaurant Broker advice: Know the balance of your EIDL loan. Contact an experienced Restaurant Broker for a complimentary restaurant valuation. Knowing the restaurant valuation will help the restaurant owner understand the potential value of the Restaurant and if it makes sense to try to sell the Restaurant.
For more information on the restaurant market and other available consulting services or a complimentary restaurant valuation, contact Texas Restaurant Broker Dominique Maddox at 404-993-4448 or email at email@example.com. Visit our website at www.EATSbroker.com
The buyer is a multi-unit owner expanding his territory and ownership in Jimmy John’s. The new ownership group takes over a successful location with sales of over $840,000 in 2022. The seller was an absentee owner ready to exit the business.
Benbrook, Texas, is located in the southwestern corner of Tarrant County, Texas, and a suburb of Fort Worth. Benbrook, Texas, is experiencing growth in the surrounding area. The city of Benbrook is currently contracted to build 10,000 homes and one apartment complex, all within the delivery area of this location.
Texas Restaurant Broker Dominique Maddox says, “the sellers were initially trying to sell their restaurant For by Owner. They eventually decided to hire a Restaurant Broker and allowed my company to get their franchise restaurant sold.
EATS Broker received a 5-star Google review that says, “He went above and beyond at all times. Would highly recommend”. This marks the 12th 5-star Google Review the Restaurant Broker at EATS Broker has received.
Jimmy John’s is an American sandwich chain headquartered in Champaign, Illinois. The business was founded by Jimmy John Liautaud in 1983.
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The start of a new year brings an increase in the inventory of listed restaurants for sale. There are three types of Restaurants for Sale that buyers will find on the market. The difference between the three types of for-sale methods is how they are listed.
– Restaurants for Sale by a Business Broker or Restaurant Broker
-Franchise Restaurants for Sale by Franchises
– Restaurants for Sale by Owner
Restaurant Broker Dominique Maddox says, “sellers should understand the pros and cons of each method of listing a restaurant for sale. The resale of a restaurant is much different than operating a restaurant or selling a new franchise unit”.
EATS Broker discuss the Pros and Cons of these methods to Sell a Restaurant:
Restaurants for Sale by a Business Broker or Restaurant Broker- The difference between Broker types is that a Restaurant Broker specializes in selling restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. Business Brokers usually will have many different concepts for sale, for example, car wash, dry cleaners, etc.
Restaurant Brokers understand restaurant valuations, Franchise Resale process, and SBA lending requirements and have a team of professional vendors to help close deals.
On a day-to-day basis, Restaurant Brokers view restaurant Profit and Loss statements, tax returns, and balance sheets, read restaurant leases, and prequalifying buyers.
Experienced Restaurant Brokers are a valuable resource to a restaurant owner that wants to sell a restaurant.
CONS: Business Broker/Restaurant Broker will charge a commission of 10%-15% and require an exclusive listing agreement for 6-12 months.
Franchise Restaurants for Sale by Franchises
Franchise Brands are great at selling a new unit to a Franchisee but need help with reselling a franchise. Most Restaurant Franchises cannot help franchisees ready to exit the franchise system.
Restaurant Franchisors are in a challenging position trying to provide Restaurant Valuations to current franchisees. Franchise Brands have a Franchise Development Department but will not have a Restaurant Exit or Restaurant Brokerage department.
Buyers will find that some Franchise Restaurant brands will try to handle the resell process, and franchises will list their resales for sale and follow up with buyer inquiries.
Cons: The Franchise Brands represent their company’s best interest and not the seller or buyer. Restaurant owners should understand how the franchise will help with the resale process. Restaurant owners should have a legal team review all documents.
Restaurants for Sale by Owner:
Buying a Restaurant for sale by Owner can be challenging for a buyer. For Sale by Owner, listings are increasing and becoming more popular. The great news is buyers have more inventory on the market than buy and consider. The bad news is that For Sale by Owner, listings can be regarded as risky!
Sales numbers can be hard to validate– some restaurant owners have creative accounting systems that the IRS does not know about. Buyers should use caution when verifying sales data provided by the seller.
Equipment-buyer should confirm who has the title to the equipment. The restaurant equipment can be owned by the landlord, have a UCC lien, or be leased.
Finding out the truth-Dealing directly with an owner/seller can make it hard to get the truth. There is no independent third party verifying or analyzing the information.
The old saying is, “buyers lie, and sellers lie too.”
Restaurant Broker advice: Request Tax Returns directly from the IRS and Sales Tax Receipts. Confirm that total sales numbers match.
For more information on the restaurant market and other available consulting services or a complimentary restaurant valuation, contact Texas Restaurant Broker Dominique Maddox at 404-993-4448 or email at email@example.com. Visit our website at www.EATSbroker.com.Read More
Why use a Restaurant Broker when selling a restaurant is a good question. Could you save on a commission and market your restaurant For Sale by Owner? Yes, but the reality about selling a restaurant is that only about 30%-40% of restaurants listed for sale will sell, and only about 2%-5% of the buyers looking for restaurants will buy.
A Restaurant Broker specializes in reselling independent-owned restaurants and franchise resales. Daily Restaurant Brokers analyze profit and loss statements, view POS sales reports, review commercial leases, analyze Sales Tax Filings and provide Restaurant Valuations.
Dallas Restaurant Broker Dominique Maddox says, “ I have a competitive edge compared to other Business Brokers because I only sell restaurants. I’m a Restaurant Resale Specialist in providing accurate restaurant valuations and selling them”.
Why should restaurant owners want to work with a professional full-time Restaurant Broker?
EATS Broker provides 3 Reasons to use a Restaurant Broker:
1. Restaurant owners are good at operating a restaurant but usually not good at selling a restaurant.
-Restaurant Brokers are trained negotiators – the best Restaurant Brokers are deal makers that ensure both parties get to the closing table. Finding a buyer can be the easiest part of the transaction, and bringing that same buyer to the finish line can be complicated.
-Restaurant Brokers are similar to Quarterbacks in football. A Restaurant Broker needs to know what all the parties all doing to help the deal get to the closing table, and they will correspond with the following parties throughout the process.
- Bank if lending required
- Closing Attorney
- Buyer’s lawyer/attorney
- Seller’s lawyer/attorney
- Buyer’s CPA/accountant
- Franchise Business Consultant
2. Restaurant Brokers have professional vendors to help deals get closed.
-An experience Restaurant Broker should be able to provide Restaurant Sellers with vendors to help close the deal. Restaurant Brokers will usually keep a list of the following vendors for clients
- Bank Lending Contacts
- Closing Attorney
- Escrow Companies
- 401K Providers to liquidate funds for the purchase
- Equipment Inspector
- E-2 Visa providers
3. Restaurant Broker understand the Franchise Approval Process
–EATS Broker Founder Dominique Maddox is a Certified Franchise Executive (CFE)
-Restaurant Brokers can help with the franchise approval. EATS Broker educates buyers about the following items when selling a franchise resale:
-Required Training Time
-Expectations for Discover Day
-Remaining years of Franchise Agreement
Ready to have a Restaurant Broker work for you? We can help.
EATS Broker is available to provide a free, confidential restaurant valuations for all restaurant owners thinking about selling a restaurant.
For more information on the restaurant market and other available consulting services or restaurant valuations, contact Dominique Maddox at 404-993-4448 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our website at www.EATSbroker.comRead More
In the February issue, the founder and President of EATS Broker Dominique Maddox was featured in VoyageDallas magazine Local Stories. This is Dominique’s second time being featured in the Voyage magazine; he was featured in VoyageAtlanta in 2020.
Voyage Dallas magazine’s goal is to highlight the best of Dallas people, businesses, organizations, and events. The Voyage Group of Magazines is based out of Los Angeles; they have magazines that feature local hidden gems in multiple states.
The company’s mission is to build a platform that fosters collaboration and support for small businesses, independent artists and entrepreneurs, local institutions, and those making different cities interesting.
Dallas Restaurant Broker Dominique Maddox says, “the opportunity to be featured in VoyageDallas is a blessing for my company. The article allows people to get to know me personally and learn more about EATS Broker.
I talk about my struggles as a Restaurant Broker and starting my Restaurant Brokerage firm. I moved from Atlanta, GA to Dallas, TX in August 2021 to grow my business”. http://voyagedallas.com/interview/exploring-life-business-with-dominique-maddox-of-eats-broker/
EATS Broker is a boutique restaurant brokerage specializing in exclusively selling restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. Our brokerage is known as Restaurant Resale Specialists that are Subject Matter Experts in the selling a restaurant and the buying a restaurant process.
We help our clients through the complex process of buying or selling a restaurant. Our company specializes in selling Restaurant Franchise Resales and Restaurant ReSales. We also help clients with Restaurant real estate site selection, Tenant Representation, Franchise Consulting, and Restaurant Price Evaluations.
To learn more about EATS Broker consulting services or receive a complimentary restaurant valuation, contact Dallas Restaurant Broker Dominique Maddox at 404-993-4448 or by email at email@example.com. Visit our website at www.EATSbroker.com.Read More
The Step by Step process to buy a restaurant franchise for sale can be a complex process with multiple guidelines, requirements, and documentation to read. Did you know the top restaurant brands have a Checklist that potential franchisees have to complete before they can purchase a Franchise Restaurant Resale?
The Restaurant Resale Specialist at EATS Broker will share information on the step-by-step process to buy a restaurant franchise resale.
Restaurant Broker 6 Steps to Buying a Restaurant Franchise Resale:
Step 1: Asset Purchase Agreement
When buying a restaurant for sale that is a franchise, it’s considered a resale/transfer. The buyer and seller will agree to terms on an Asset Purchase Agreement. Once both parties have signed the agreement and the buyer has deposited the escrow, the approval process with the franchise brand starts.
Step 2: Contact Franchise for Approval
- Submit an inquiry by:
- Inquiries are made online by visiting the company’s website to submit an inquiry
- The buyer will have to fill out a Contact Us form; information usually asked includes:
-Timeframe for opening
-Liquid Capital to invest
- The Franchise will reach out to potential candidates for an initial conversation
Step 3: Initial Conversation with Franchise
- The Franchise Development Team will reach out to discuss your interest in the brand. This initial call is an excellent opportunity for buyers to ask questions about the brand.
- This conversation usually covers the following topics.
– The buyer’s background
-Familiarity with the Brand
– Current Financial Situation; Liquidity and Net Worth Requirements
-Time frame to buy/open
- Restaurant Franchise Resales-buyers will let the Franchise know that they are buying a Restaurant Franchise Resale and are currently under contract with the seller and the location.
***Most franchise brands Net Worth Requirements are lower for Restaurants for sale than new restaurant openings.***
Step 4. Complete & Submit Required Materials
- Items required for the franchisee approval process:
- Completed Application For a Franchise
- Prospective Franchisee Business Plan
– Plans should include an executive summary, operating plan, marketing, advertising plan, and financials.
- Signed Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) Receipt
- Validation Documents
Step 4. A
Signed Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) Receipt
- You will receive a PDF copy of the Franchise’s current FDD for signature.
- The Franchise Disclosure Document should be signed and returned to Franchisor.
- You must receive this Disclosure Document at least 14 calendar days before you sign a binding agreement with or make any payment to the Franchisor or an affiliate in connection with the proposed franchise sale.
- The FDD summarizes a company’s history, business experience, assistance, support, franchisee’s obligations, training, fees, estimated initial investment, financial performance representation, franchise agreement, and other essential information.
Step 4. B
- Documents are required for financial validation with your application. The necessary documents can include depending on the Franchisor:
- Photocopy of your ID
- Last 3-6 months of your bank statement – including Checking and Savings
- Pay stubs, W-2s for 2-3 years, or other proof of Income.
- 401Kor other retirement account statements.
- Authorization for Franchisor to complete a background and credit check.
- Discovery Day
- Buyer will fly to the headquarters of the Franchisor
- During the visit, buyers are introduced to the leadership team and representatives of every operational department who will train, support, and assist you as a franchisee.
- Face to face meeting with the decision-makers for franchise approval.
- Buyer should understand this is an interview to see if the Franchisor feels the candidate will be a good fit with the brand.
- Final Decision:
- Franchise Development Team member will contact buyer/candidate with approval.
- Franchisor will draft Franchise Agreement with buyer’s business entity information.
- Restaurant Buyer will sign the agreement and send Franchisor Transfer Fee.
- Franchisor will schedule a required training session for the buyer.
The transfer process can’t be completed until the restaurant buyer completes training. The required training depends on the Franchise Brand, which can range from 2 weeks – to 8 weeks.
For more information on the restaurant market and other available consulting services or a complimentary restaurant valuation, contact Dallas Restaurant Broker Dominique Maddox at 404-993-4448 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our website at www.EATSbroker.com.Read More
Restaurant Broker what I like about the business is a blog written from my viewpoint after being a successful Restaurant Resale Specialist for almost ten years.
I’m currently the Founder and President of EATS Broker, a brokerage firm specializing in selling Franchise Resales, independently owned restaurants, bars, and nightclubs.
The problematic fact about being a Restaurant Resale Specialist is that the average time to sell a restaurant is 6-8 months. The harsh reality is that only about 20%-30% of all restaurants listed for sale will actually sell to a new buyer. Most locations will be closed and returned back to the landlord.
The average survival time for a Restaurant Broker working full-time as a Restaurant Resale Specialist is less than 2 years.
You might be asking yourself, what do I like about the business if everything is negative?
My career as a Restaurant Broker started in 2010; I was told during the interview that it would take 6-8 months before I received a commission. I was broke at the time, but I believed in myself, and I was interested in becoming a franchise resale specialist.
Fast forward to October 2021, and EATS Broker is based out of Dallas, Texas. Our company sells restaurants in over 15 states. We hold a Brokers Real Estate License in Texas and Georgia.
What do I like about the business as a Restaurant Broker?
- Affect Peoples Lives– People usually want to sell a restaurant because of personal reasons. When a restaurant owner can sell a restaurant, their personal life is generally affected positively.
The restaurant owner’s life can be draining on an individual’s personal life. Sometimes selling a restaurant will help multiple personal issues, but it can’t solve all problems.
On the buyer side, they have just realized the American Dream of business ownership. Buyers come into restaurant ownership with new energy and commitment to be successful. Buyers are fulfilling a life dream, buying for income, having a family recipe, and etc.
- Selling restaurants in multiple states– Every state requires a real estate license to sell real estate or real property but doesn’t for the sale of a business. Currently, 19 states require a Business Broker to hold a real estate license in the state to sell restaurants; most are located on the West Coast.
EATS Restaurant Brokers sells restaurants in Texas, Georgia, Oklahoma, Iowa, Missouri, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and Alabama.
- Eating at Various Restaurants– I’m a self-proclaimed Foodie, so I choose the right industry. Part of my job description is to try several different restaurants weekly. When I’m working with a client or trying to become a franchise resale specialist for a Franchisor, I like to experience the food.
This year I flew to Indianapolis, IN, to visit a client that owns a franchise restaurant and drove to Clark County, OH, to meet with another client and enjoyed some great BBQ.
For more information on the restaurant market and other available consulting services or restaurant valuations, contact Dallas Restaurant Broker Dominique Maddox at 404-993-4448 or by email at email@example.com. Visit our website at www.EATSbroker.comRead More
EATS Restaurant Brokers is growing and has expanded its headquarters to Dallas, Texas. One of the nation’s specialized Business Brokerage firms, EATS Restaurant Brokers, has obtained a Real Estate Broker License in Texas and now are Restaurant Brokers in Dallas, TX.
Dominique Maddox worked with one of the nation’s largest Restaurant Brokerage Firms for seven years before starting his Restaurant Brokerage.
EATS Broker was established in Atlanta, GA, in October 2019. Less than two years later, EATS Restaurant Brokers is moving its headquarters to Dallas, Texas.
EATS Broker is among the few and far between Restaurant Brokerage firms that hold a Brokers Real Estate license in multiple states and hold a Certified Franchise Executive (CFE) designation.
Dallas Restaurant Broker Dominique Maddox, President of EATS Broker, said, “ Texas is a tremendous state for us to expand and grow our restaurant brokerage firm.
I’m excited to add the Lone Star state to our list of targeted markets for future growth. I have sold multiple restaurants for sale in Texas while living in Atlanta. Texas has one of the largest restaurant resale markets in the nation, with over 600 restaurants listed for sale now. “
Texas has substantial growth in the restaurant industry; the state has one of the fastest-growing population numbers in the nation. Dallas Restaurants, Houston Restaurants, and Austin Restaurants are known across the country. It’s an exciting time to be in the Restaurant Business in Texas.
EATS Restaurants Brokers is excited about living in Texas and connecting people with opportunities in the restaurant industry. We can help you sell a restaurant or buy a restaurant.
To learn more about restaurant resales or to receive a complimentary restaurant valuation, visit our website at www.EATSbroker.com. EATS Broker assist buyers and sellers in the market to buy or sell a restaurant.Read More
If you are selling a restaurant, there are mistakes to avoid that can become obstacles to reaching the closing table. To increase the odds of a restaurant for sale getting to the closing table, the Asset Sale Purchase agreement needs to be adequately prepared by a trained professional.
The sales price is only the start of a complex negotiating process that the small details are a BIG determining factor for success. The restaurant resale process negotiations include language that must be agreed upon by both restaurant seller and restaurant buyer.
Once the price has been agreed upon, the knots and bolts of the deal still need to be finalized. Most are not familiar with the critical items that should be addressed in a purchase agreement.
EATS Restaurant Brokers are Restaurant Resale Specialist that understands the critical items on the Asset Purchase Agreement that need to be negotiated upfront between both parties. This blog will cover the essential details that should be addressed in an Asset Purchase Agreement.
Texas Restaurant Broker Dominique Maddox says, “We have a high closing rate because, after ten years as a Restaurant Broker, I have extensive training in restaurant sales negotiations. I understand the critical details to address upfront.
We recently moved our headquarters to Dallas, Texas; we are excited about helping restaurant owners in Texas to avoid mistakes that stop them from selling a restaurant and getting paid at the closing table”.
EATS Restaurant Brokers Top Mistakes to Avoid
Equipment List: The equipment list is usually an itemized list of restaurant equipment and decorations included in the restaurant sale. The list is created by the restaurant owner and provided to the interested buying parties.
The equipment list is an essential part of the restaurant valuation, Asset Purchase Agreement, and assets a buyer will receive. Buyers should understand that fixtures attached to the building belong to the landlord and not the tenant.
Grease trap, hood system, walk-in cooler, walk-in freezer, water sink, and built-in bar should not be included on an equipment list. When an Asset Purchase Agreement is fully executed, it contains a list of equipment that will transfer ownership.
Mistakes to Avoid: Check items on the equipment list to confirm ownership. Restaurant equipment is commonly rented (mainly dishwasher); a restaurant owner can’t sell something they don’t own. Read the lease to ensure the landlord does not own the equipment and the current tenant didn’t lease a fully equipped restaurant space.
Fees: Who Covers them?
Who pays the attorney fees and why? In residential real estate, it’s common for both parties to split closing attorney fees in residential real estate, or the Seller will sometimes pay the fees.
Restaurant Brokerage is different; it’s the buyer’s cost and responsibility. It’s beneficial for a restaurant buyer to pick and pay a closing attorney that understands business brokerage. A closing attorney is not needed to close a simple deal if a deal does not involve bank lending or franchise ownership transfer.
Mistake to Avoid– Choose a closing attorney that charges a flat rate compared to an hourly rate. Confirm the services the attorney will provide for the agreed price. Do not use a closing attorney that is not familiar with UCC lien searches or business brokerage deals. Always use a closing attorney for a restaurant sales transaction.
The inventory on hand on the day of closing belongs to the buyer, but actually, they need to pay the restaurant owner first. Several buyers have a misunderstanding that the food inventory is included in the purchase price.
This understanding is far from the truth unless clarified at the beginning of the negotiations. The standard process is that an inventory count is complete the night before closing or the morning of closing. The buyer will pay inventory costs for the food items or other inventory.
Buyer and Seller take inventory together, and the buyer pays a separate check for the final sum. Occasionally a Restaurant Broker will put an estimated number on the Asset Purchase Agreement (for example, $5000). Once the inventory count is final, both parties will finalize the underpayment or overpayment for inventory.
Mistake to Avoid– Confirm restaurant owner will have a copy of recent inventory delivery invoices with current prices. I would suggest not paying for items that are almost gone.
A transfer fee is required when reselling a franchise restaurant for sale. The current restaurant owner has already agreed to this fee on the franchise on the Franchise Disclosure Document(FDD).
The transfer fee will cover the buyer’s required training, ranging from 2-10 weeks, depending on the franchise. The transfer fee does not directly go to the restaurant seller; buyers are expected to pay the transfer fee. This fee can range from $5,000-$50,000.
Mistake to Avoid– Confirm Transfer fee upfront and put language in the Asset Purchase Agreement for the party responsible for payment.Read More
The decision to sell a franchise restaurant can be challenging in today’s market. The good news is that if you own a Restaurant Franchise, buyers are lining up with interest. Close to 60%-70% of the restaurants for sale in Georgia that sell are franchise concepts.
Franchise concepts are growing right now, while independent owned restaurants are declining. Franchise Restaurants are popular because they come with a proven system, support, business model, logo, IT support, and reputation.
When it is time for a Franchisee to exit the business, they have a couple of choices on how to sell their restaurant. One of the most significant considerations when selling a franchise restaurant is, do I sell to a current franchisee? Or do I sell to a non-franchisee?
Dominique Maddox, a Restaurant Broker and Founder of EATS Broker says, “ selling a franchise restaurant to a current franchisee is much different from selling to a new franchisee. Current franchisees understand the brand; new franchisees need much information to educate them on the Franchise Brand, process, qualifications, training, and closing process”.
Who do you sell your restaurant to, a current Franchisee or a Non-Franchisee? EATS Broker discuss the Pros and Cons:
PROS Selling to an existing Franchisee:
-Dealing with an educated buyer about the franchise
-Has already been approved by the franchise
-The capability of closing a deal fast because they don’t require the standard 4-6 weeks training.
CONS of Selling to a current Franchisee:
-They usually undervalue the business
– They understand the operation of the franchise brand
-They are harder to impress
-It can be challenging for them to get financing
PROS Selling to a Non-Franchisee:
– Can get a higher offer price
– They are excited about the new opportunity
– Usually are not experienced, restaurant owners
– Can sell them the opportunity for growth or proven sales numbers
CONS Selling to a Non-Franchisee:
– Lots of education about the buying process is needed
– Have to get approved by Franchisor
– Have to do the required training before a new franchisee can complete the sale. Training process is usually 4-6 weeks
– Closing process can take 2-4 months
Thinking about selling a restaurant contact EATS Broker. For more information on the restaurant market and other available consulting services or restaurant valuations, contact Dominique Maddox at 404-993-4448 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our website at www.EATSbroker.comRead More