Virginia Businesses For Sale Listings
Annual Revenue: $1,812,000
Net Cash Flow: $843,000
This practice offers treatment options for pain and other health conditions not found in most traditional healthcare settings. It has combined the best of medical and alternative treatments, resulting in more treatment options for its patients. They offer a superior...
Arlington County, Virginia
Annual Revenue: $1,079,660
Net Cash Flow: $232,375
This business has an accepted offer. Please view our other Services Companies for sale. Well-established window washing service with long-term repeat clients and an exceptional reputation. This business sale includes 12 devoted employees, 10 trucks, 2 trailers, multiple pressure washers...
Fairfax County, Virginia
Annual Revenue: $2,200,000
Net Cash Flow: $950,000
This business has been sold. Please view our Wellness Centers for sale and other Healthcare Companies for sale. If you are interested in selling your wellness center, please contact us for a confidential consultation. Intrinsic services combine a sought-after and...
Prince William County, Virginia
Annual Revenue: $16,350,000
Net Cash Flow: $2,600,000
This business has been sold. Please contact us to sell your concrete business in Virginia or any other state. If you are interested in purchasing a contracting business please view our construction companies for sale. The company has been providing...
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First, you want to consider what your strengths and weaknesses are and your areas of interest. Then you want to decide what you are willing to spend so that you can look at businesses in this price range. From there, you want to complete non-disclosure agreements to get more information on the Virginia businesses for sale. After reviewing the information, you can decide if the company is something you want to pursue further, in which case you can ask the broker some further questions on the business and see if you might be interested in meeting with the owner of the company. When you have had your questions answered, you can decide whether to make an offer. If the seller accepts the offer, you will have an opportunity to perform due diligence to make sure that the business checks out before moving to a contract to purchase the Virginia business.