TM Business Brokers

Tony T. McDaniel, CPA, CBB, BBN, ABC

Tony T. McDaniel, CPA, CBB, BBN, ABC

President

Tony has 32 years experience working with small to medium sized companies in many industries. Nobody in the local area, and few people nationally, has Tony’s credentials. He is a retired CPA and has been certified by four prominent national business broker organizations. This experience has resulted in our firm’s unique process that helps business owners not only successfully sell their company but also for maximum value.

Many business owners have a substantial portion of their overall personal net worth tied up in their business value. Many owners unknowingly leave a sizable amount of their net worth at the closing table. Don’t take this risk by leaving the sale of your business in inexperienced hands. If you needed open heart surgery, would you use a resident or a foot doctor for that matter? The same concept applies when selling your company. Experience counts!

Cristopher Maragos, CBI, CBB, SBC, Lifetime CBI

Cristopher Maragos, CBI, CBB, SBC, Lifetime CBI

Vice President

Cris has 22 years of business brokerage experience across a broad spectrum of small to medium-sized manufacturing, distribution, retail and service companies. He is a Certified Business Intermediary (CBI) and long-time member of the International Business Brokers Association (IBBA). In 2016, the IBBA presented Cris with the honorable "Lifetime" Certified Business Intermediary distinction administered to only about 60 intermediaries in the world.

Cris earned his CBI credentials in 2001. The CBI is granted to a select group of individuals who are seasoned in the industry, have completed hours of course work related to the sale of a business and have passed comprehensive exams. As a prior owner of several companies, Cris understands the unique needs of business owners who wish to sell.

Our Listings

Highly Profitable C-Store

Price: $1,990,000

Location: Pittsburgh

Industry: Convenience Store

Listing ID: 2411

Total Sales: $3,578,415

Cash Flow: $564,234

Pittsburgh high volume convenience-type store.  $3,578,415 in sales with Owner Cash Flow approximately $564,234.  Long history of financial success and a pillar in the community.  High traffic area and seller represents they average around 1,100 customers per day.  Seller will consider reasonable proposals.

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Specialty Sales & Service Biz

Price: $1,206,804

Location: Pittsburgh, PA

Industry: Sales, Service & Installation

Listing ID: 2409

Total Sales: $3,818,273

* Sale Pending * Very attractive and prosperous specialty sales and service business.  Approximately $3.8M in Sales and $402k Owner Cash Flow.  Beautiful facility, turnkey and excellent history.

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Profitable Pizzeria Restaurant

Price: $399,000

Location: Pittsburgh, PA

Industry: Pizza Restaurant

Listing ID: 2402

Total Sales: $609,852

Cash Flow: $175,288

Pizzeria restaurant for sale in Pittsburgh with nearly 40 years of success.  Very profitable with clean financial records.  They do NOT deliver – simply eat in or take out.  Very attractive facility.

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Niche Service Business

Price: $726,151

Location: Pittsburgh, PA

Industry: Service

Listing ID: 2398

Total Sales: $798,327

Cash Flow: $322,734

This thriving Niche Service business has been turning down substantial business due to the owner’s desire to relocate. Seller represents that this business can easily be a $2-3M company within 1-2 years. Very clean financials with Owner Cash Flow primarily comprised of net income and owner salary. The business is pre-qualified for bank financing. To […]

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Specialty Manufacturer

Price: $7,500,000

Location: Ohio

Industry: Manufacturing

Listing ID: 2395

Cash Flow: $1,750,000

Long-established Specialty Manufacturer with Adjusted EBITDA approximately $1,750,000.  Call Pittsburgh TM Business Brokers. * Sale Pending *

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Day One is the Day to Prepare Your Exit

Pepperjam CTO, Greg Shepard recently published “Planning Your Exit Should Begin When You Launch” in Entrepreneur magazine. In this article, Shepard puts forward a variety of thought-provoking ideas including that entrepreneurs should be thinking about partnering early on with those they believe will ultimately want to buy their business. Thinking Ahead Much of Shepard’s thinking […]

What Makes the Sale of a Business Fall Through?

There are a myriad of reasons why the sale of a business doesn’t close successfully; these multiple causes can, however, be broken down into four categories: those caused by the seller, those caused by the buyer, those that just happen (“acts of fate”), and those caused by third parties. The following examines the part each […]

When It’s Time to Sell, Put Your Strengths First

Putting your strengths first will help you sell your business. While this may seem obvious, a surprising number of business owners will either improperly index the strengths of their business or fail to emphasize those strengths adequately. In this article, we will examine five key business strengths that you should focus on when it comes […]

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