Acquiring Restaurants in Turbulent Times

Investors with liquid financial resources are finding seemingly endless opportunities to acquire businesses and assets at significant discounts to prices seen in recent years. One industry of note that has more than its share of businesses available for sale is the restaurant industry. Whether it is one restaurant or a chain, there are numerous restaurants available for sale across the United States. However, acquisitions can be a trap for the unwary.

In every restaurant acquisition there are a number of due diligence items that must be carefully investigated by the acquirer. Some of these items require even greater scrutiny in a down-cycling economy such as the current economy...

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