The BIZCOMPS database of small business sales was initiated in 1990 to investigate and report financial information about small business transactions in the United States. The individual transactions are supplied by Business Brokers. BIZCOMPS was started because market data on small business transfers was virtually nonexistent, leaving the appraiser, investor, and advisor to speculate about the fair market value of the enterprise.
BIZCOMPS provides detailed, meaningful financial information about real-world transactions. Currently, there are almost 12,000 transactions over a 10-year period for businesses that mostly sold for under one million dollars.
What Data Does BIZCOMPS Provide?
- You can select data by Industry, SIC or NAICS
- Custom search
- Sort data by any field
- Export data to Excel
- Provides statistical analysis (high, low, mean, median, Standard Deviation) of selected transactions data including Asking Price, Annual Revenue, Sale Price, % Down, Sales Price/Revenue, Seller Discretionary Earnings/Revenue, Sales Price/Seller Discretionary Earnings, Inventory, and FF&E.
- Charts Sale Price/Annual Revenues and Sales Price/Seller Discretionary Earnings.
- Comes with video training.
- Updated twice a year
BIZCOMPS Data Includes:
SIC, NAICS, Business Type, Asking Price, Annual Gross Revenue, Seller Discretionary Earnings (SDE), SDE/Gross Sales, Sale date, Sales Price, Percent Down, Terms, Sales Price/Gross Sales, Inventory, Rent/Sales, Days on Market, Franchise Royalty, FF&E, City/State, Geographic Area and Number of Employees.
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