Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA) required for getting details

00 – nda 3 page – August 2015  Thank you for using our service for finding a great business for sale. Unlike commercial real estate and other things, the identity, location and other factors about a business are highly confidential. Business owners do not want their employees, competitors, creditors, and customers to know that they are looking for a new owner to carry on their legacy.

You will receive confidential, private information about the business you have inquired about. Please read, complete and return the attached. After we have received your information and agreement to confidentiality, we will be able to share more details with you regarding this business. If you prefer a digital form just let me know and I can send you one via

Attached Forms include:

Confidentiality Agreement (CA): / Nondisclosure Agreement (NDA): Please sign and complete. * If you have a partner who will also be looking at the information and / or business, please have him or her sign a Nondisclosure Agreement as well. NOTE: You may also request a digital form via RightSignature by emailing your request to with your First and Last Name and Email Address.

Buyer Info Sheet – Some of our clients insist on confirming that any prospective Buyer / Investor has funds necessary to purchase the business and will allow sharing the business name and information only after you have completed and shared your Buyer Info Sheet.

If you have any questions about our listings, or would like to know more about the buying process, please feel free to call us at: 813 571-7700. You may return them via the toll-free fax number on the bottom of the page (1-866-633-0420).  Visit for information on the buying process.

Records: Although you will receive private information, often documents like tax returns and leases are only shared with Buyers / Investors as part of Due Diligence after an offer is accepted. Make sure when you make an offer that you have ability to get back any down payment and get out of any obligation to purchase the business should it fail to satisfy the Due Diligence requirements.

Note: Some Business Owners do not always keep detailed records. Some listings will say Owner To Prove or Owner Estimate. Carefully assess the records you receive.

Thank you for taking the time to contact us and for giving us the opportunity to help. We enjoy helping people get the right business and look forward to helping you pursue you business dreams. If you are in the area, please visit our office. We look forward meeting with you in person.