Business Sales Associate


First Choice Business Brokers

Posted On: 5/21/2012


First Choice Business Brokers (FCBB) has an opening for a select individual to join our successful team of business sales intermediaries. Our top intermediaries earn well over $100,000 per year. 2011 was a record year for First Choice Business Brokers.

A Career as a Business Intermediary:
Business Intermediaries provide professional services to owners of privately held businesses in order to help them sell the business to a qualified Buyer. This comprehensive service includes financial analysis, market valuation, marketing, buyer interviews, negotiation, documentation, client coaching, and transaction coordination. A typical customer can be anything from a local restaurant to a $10,000,000 manufacturer.

Why Join First Choice Business Brokers?
• Earn generous sales Commissions. Your efforts will determine how much you earn. Six-figure earning potential.
• Minimal investment, low overhead
• FCBB provides the best professional training in the industry (introductory and ongoing)
• Join a highly Supportive Team of Associates
• Interact with business owners on a daily basis. EVERY privately-owned business is a potential client (home-based, small, medium or large)


Candidates should possess:
• Excellent communication skills
• Outside sales experience preferred
• High ethical standards
• Highly motivated self-starter, Entrepreneurial mindset
• Willing and eager to succeed
• Professional image and demeanor
• Basic computer skills (e.g. MS Office)
• Basic accounting knowledge
• California Real Estate license is required - we will provide guidance for getting licensed.


100% Commission based. SIX Figure income potential

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Contact Information

Chris Seaman Phone Number: 858-254-9985 Email:
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