Selling Your Real Estate Operating Company

Selling Your Real Estate Operating Company

Have you considered selling your real estate operating company? If so, you may be aware of the various routes you can take. One is you could hand it down to your family members, if they want to take the reins, and they could become the new managers. Another route is that you sell it to a private equity group who will find a manager to take your place and they will oversee its growth and prosperity throughout the years. You could sell it to an established company that would incorporate the business into their existing model. Or, you could become part of a roll-up.

When it comes to selling the business that you have built over the years, it is tough to identify one “right” way to execute the sale. Various factors must be analyzed with key stakeholders before making a decision. At Deal Capital Partners we have worked with clients in a variety of industries and helped them evaluate their options prior to entering the market.

The licensed investment bankers at Deal Capital Partners have been involved in roll-up transactions, management buyouts, and sales to financial and strategic buyers. Our approach when working with a client is hands on and demands that we learn as much about the business as possible. We are not armchair bankers. We prefer to roll-up our sleeves, learn the business, and help deliver value via a streamlined process and negotiating for valuations higher than the current market average.

If you are interested in studying up on the sell-side process, the following posts from our M&A blog may prove useful. All our content is created by our team of experienced bankers. If you have questions, we would welcome the opportunity to hear from you and learn more about your business.

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Corbin Bridge
Corbin Bridge is a licensed investment banker at InvestmentBank.com. He has prior experience assisting private companies in developing and executing acquisition strategies. Corbin works with middle-market corporate clients looking to acquire, sell, divest or raise growth capital from qualified buyers and institutional investors. His areas of interest include Blockchain, AdTech, and Entertainment. Reliance Worldwide Investments, LLC a member of FINRA and SIPC and registered with the SEC and MSRB. Corbin resides in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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