Bargains can be had, but be sure to do your homework before bidding on a restaurant.
Investors with liquid financial resources are finding seemingly endless opportunities to acquire businesses and assets at prices significantly lower than those of recent years. One industry with more than its share of businesses available for sale is the restaurant industry. The opportunity may be tempting, but it also can be a trap for the unwary. In every restaurant acquisition a number of due diligence items must be carefully investigated by the acquirer. Some of these items require ...
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