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How We Work With Business Buyers

Codiligent business brokers meeting with business buyers
Buying a business is challenging. We make it easier.

Codiligent is an agent to, and fiduciary of, seller clients, but that doesn't mean we don't provide excellent service, and add value to the process, for acquirers.


A buyer we sell to today might become a future seller client, and we are honored that many buyers, after seeing how we work, trust us with referrals to friends and family considering a sale of a business. 

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Submit your acquisition criteria, so that we can identify businesses we represent that may be of interest.

Also, see our current

business listings.

We strive to provide enough information in our intro package that you can 

accurately assess whether it will be productive to submit an NDA to learn 


We believe buyers shouldn't have to work hard just to extract fundamental 

information about a business. 


We try to anticipate and include information in the Confidential Information 

Memorandum (CIM) that you'll need in order to make an informed acquisition decision without requiring lots of follow-up questions. 

Documenting all of the most pertinent deal terms in the Letter of Intent (LOI) helps both buyer and seller to think through, and gain agreement on, issues, paving the way to a successfully 



Codiligent helps both parties 

gain clarity on commercially reasonable terms.

The CIM is comprehensive enough that Due Diligence will be a process of verification rather than a never-ending process of discovery.

We set up and manage a well-organized electronic due diligence 

dataroom to help you efficiently get through your review. 

The things we do to help our seller clients successfully get from due diligence to closing also help buyers. We:

1) help seller clients select a reasonable attorney;

2) provide seller with pragmatic contextualized feedback on business issues in the legal 

documents to help find common ground;

3) push back on problematic attorney-initiated terms; and

4) help ensure that closing conditions get resolved.

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