Southern Mergers typically represents the seller in most transactions. However, we do occasionally represent parties that want to buy a Carolina business.
We represent buyers mostly with selected private equity groups on larger transactions. Representing so many carolina business sellers makes us a prime resource for buyers! We also perform some acquisition searches for buyers.
We make sure all buyers understand the buying process and are comfortable in working with us.
After you have submitted a Confidentiality Agreement and provided us with information about your financial ability, resume (if available), and interests, we provide you with information that may be of interest in your quest to buy a Carolina business.
For those businesses you wish to visit, we arrange and attend meetings with you. If you have a continued interest to buy a Carolina businessafter our initial meeting, some additional information may then be provided. Should you decide you would like to make an offer on the business, we work with you during the process. Any accepted offer will most likely include some contingencies. We work with you during the due diligence period through closing, suggesting third party lenders and other professionals while working with your advisors.
Three forms must be filled out completely and faxed or emailed to our office.
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Southern Mergers and Acquisitions.
Established companies that seek growth, diversification or strategic opportunity by acquiring another company.
Firms that seek to acquire or invest in privately owned businesses in order to gain the highest rate of return for their investors. These type buyers have access to large pools of money and can allow a business to grow quickly by providing instant working capital. Often times it is difficult for a business owner to borrow such funds on their own.
Experienced entrepreneurs or former corporate executives who seek an opportunity to create wealth. These buyers are located across the USA and world-wide.