Looking To Sell Your Restaurant?

SELLING YOUR RESTAURANT, BAR, BREWERY or BAKERY IN GREENVILLE/SPARTANBURG?

Do you have a restaurant in the Greenville or Spartanburg area that you’re thinking of selling? At NRP of Greenville, we not only are experienced business brokers – but also are restaurant industry professionals. Your business will receive national exposure without compromising confidentiality. We have over 40+ years of industry knowledge – working with both small independent shops & national franchise brands. Here is a partial list of the brands that we have experience working with …

Why Hire NRP Greenville As Your Broker?

  • A confidential marketing system, developed over 40+ years
  • Collaborative marketing efforts of offices across the Carolina’s and beyond
  • Visibility for your business/property through RestaurantStore.com, GreenvilleRestaurantStore.com, BizBuySell.com and other national web channels
  • Exposure to already pre-qualified buyers in our database
  • Your listing will be posted on all of our social media platforms, including Facebook & Linkedin

We Only Get Paid For Results

Due to the time and marketing expenses we invest in our clients, we offer Exclusive Right to Sell Representation. We DO NOT charge a dime unless your business sells – we only get paid when you get paid!

The Real Bottom Line

There are a number of factors that determine the fair market value of your business – knowing the TRUE market value takes experience & expertise in a specific marketplace. For example, valuating a restaurant in Greenville may be drastically different than valuating a similar restaurant in Boston, Atlanta or even Charleston. There’s more to a business than the bottom line – location, lease terms, condition of the equipment and demand for the concept are all things to consider.

How Do We Determine Market Value

  1. We’ll visit your location when staff isn’t around to examine the layout & condition
  2. We’ll need to review Profit & Loss Statements, Balance Sheet & a copy of your lease
  3. Gross sales must be substantiated by sales tax reports – buyers will expect to see all of this information before making an offer
  4. Recent appraisals of real property (if property is being sold)
  5. Is your business profitable/unprofitable? We sell just as many restaurant businesses that are swimming in red ink as we do those that are very profitable. There’s a market for both!