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In The News

Although the majority of Restaurant Realty Company’s listings are confidential, from time to time we market high profile sales which are discussed in publications and we also provide information on general issues to industry publications including the Wall Street Journal, the San Francisco Chronicle, . The following are articles that Restaurant Realty Company is mentioned in.

INC MAGAZINE. Common Financial Mistakes Business Owners Make Before a Sale — and How to Fix Them

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Issues with financials can quickly become a roadblock to a successful sale By Bob House President, BizBuySell @bizbuysell Thank you Bob House and BizBuySell for including us in your latest Inc. article! Original published here: https://www.inc.com/bob-house/common-financial-mistakes-business-owners-make-before-a-sale-how-to-fix-them.html They say there is no better time than the present -- and for small business owners looking to exit, now is [...]

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FORBES: Inside The Deal To Buy San Francisco Landmark Fishermen’s Grotto And Preserve Its Legacy

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GUEST POST WRITTEN BY Bob House Bob House is president of BizBuySell.com Published: Friday August 18, 2017 ORIGINAL LINK: https://www.forbes.com/sites/groupthink/2017/08/18/how-a-new-owner-of-san-francisco-landmark-fishermens-grotto-is-preserving-a-legacy/#28007cb8392d Building a business from scratch is tough, but taking over a popular institution can be even tougher. For Chris Henry, purchasing one of the oldest-run, family restaurants in San Francisco posed both a challenge and an […]

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Why Are So Many Quick-Service Restaurants Being Sold?

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Why Are So Many Quick-Service Restaurants Being Sold By Kevin Hardy featured in QSR Magazine April 2017 In California, skyrocketing real estate costs and rising labor rates have put a pinch on restaurateurs looking to sell, says broker Steve Zimmerman, president, CEO, and principal broker of Restaurant Realty Company. “In high rent areas, either in northern or […]

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Restaurant Realty Sells World-Renowned Fishermen’s Grotto #9, San Francisco’s Oldest Family-Run Restaurant at Fisherman’s Wharf

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New owners will preserve restaurant signage for locals/tourists San Francisco, CA  (RestaurantNews.com)  Restaurant Realty has completed the sale of the world renowned Fishermen’s Grotto #9 – one of the oldest family-run restaurants at San Francisco’s Fishermen’s Wharf – located at 2847 Taylor Street. Four generations of the Geraldi family have been serving Italian-style seafood at […]

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What to Look For Before Signing a Restaurant Lease

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What to Look For Before Signing a Restaurant Lease By Tessa Love Apr 18, 2016 When scouting real estate to open a new restaurant, there’s a lot more to think about than the price of rent. Hidden costs and bad deals abound. At the recent Golden Gate Restaurant Association conference, Zach Georgopoulos, attorney at Georgopoulos & Economidis, restauranteur […]

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Making An Exit

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Making An Exit By Jessie Szalay featured in QSR Magazine March 2016 “You want to do everything in your power to get that business running as well as as profitably as possible to make it attractive to a buyer,” says Bob House, general manager of BizBuySell, an online marketplace for business buyers, sellers, and brokers. […]

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Baby Boomers Ready to Sell Businesses to the Next Generation

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by Stacy Cowley – August 19, 2015 Dan Bizzarro and Bill Jordan were still in college when they went to work at the Bimac Corporation, a castings manufacturer in Dayton, Ohio. After graduation, they joined full time as manufacturing and engineering executives. And eventually they teamed with a third employee to buy the business. They had a good ride. […]

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