Ready for a change?

                        TAKE IT."
            Yogi Berra - 1925-2015


          SAN ANTONIO

Business Brokers of San Antonio (BBofSA) is one of the largest and most successful business brokerages in the San Antonio and South Central Texas area having been in business for over a decade.  All of our work is done confidentially and professionally so your customers, employees, landlord, and vendors are not aware of the transition until the time is right.  Our office has a Certified Business Intermediary (CBI) as designated by the International Business Brokers Association and M&A Source (IBBA - website and a Board Certified Broker (BCB) as designated by the Texas Association of Business Brokers (TABB - website 

Our office routinely has over 20 business opportunities available.  Our experienced staff of business brokers is comprised of former business owners which can help navigate the confusing world of business transactions as it is often the first time for the seller and for the buyer.  Typically our clients are in the San Antonio, Texas Hill Country, and Central / South Texas areas.  Below are the standard services that we provide:

    o    Seller / Business Owner Representation
    o    Corporate Buyer Representation for Acquisition
    o    Third Party Business Valuations
    o    Brokers Opinion for Most Probable Sales Price (MPSP)
    o    Certified Machinery & Equipment Appraisals (CMEA)
    o    Equipment Sales through Equipment Transactions (CEB)
    o    Commercial Business Insurance (P&C and WC)

A business broker can help facilitate a transaction and works with your team of advisors (CPA, attorney, lender, and financial planner).  Business Brokers of San Antonio is experienced at managing the business sale process to provide an environment for a successful transaction. 

If you are already involved in a business transaction and need to get a Certified Machinery or Equipment Appraisal for lending, we are able to provide both desktop and onsite appraisals which can help substantiate a loan.  For business valuations, we use respected third party vendors that are certified in business valuation for a variety of purposes.  We can also perform these valuations on businesses that are not our listing clients.  For USPAP compliant equipment appraisals, we also have 3 certified appraisers under a separate company called Equipment Appraisers of San Antonio (EAofSA).  See the Equipment Appraisal or EAofSA tab on our website for more information (website  We also provide some equipment brokerage under Equipment Transactions division ( 

Business Brokers of San Antonio is pleased to announce a partnership with MPN Advisors for business brokerage and exit planning.  You can find out more information about MPN and their wide range of services at

Contact Business Brokers of San Antonio if you are interested in buying or selling a business now or in the future - we are ready to help you navigate this important change in lifestyle whether you are a buyer or a seller.  We represent clients in South Texas area (San Antonio, Hill Country, Eagle Ford Shale, New Braunfels, Boerne, Kerrville, Bandera, Fredericksburg, Seguin, Houston, Corpus Christi, etc.).

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              800 Isom Rd, Suite 104
              San Antonio, TX 78216
              Phone:  210-348-8989
                Fax:  210-348-8979

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