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Business Purchase Proposal Letter


If there is a business that you are interested in purchasing, the first step is to write a proposal to buy a business letter. In the letter simply state your interest and the general terms that you would like to go ahead and negotiate further. The response from this letter will then let you know if there is an interest in selling to you and what the next step should be. If the business you are interested in buying is an LLC then the sample LLC Buyout Agreement may be helpful.





Letter - Proposal To Buy A Business



[Your Name]
[Company Name]
[Address]
[City, State, Zip]

[Date of Letter]



[Recipient's Name]
[Title]
[Company Name]
[Address]
[City, State, Zip]


Dear [Recipient's name],

I am very interested in purchasing your business, [Business Name]. If you have an interest in selling I would like to negotiate an agreement for all business assets, including fixtures, inventory, and client lists of the above mentioned business.

I am able to pay up to $_________, which is subject to a formal contract. The following terms would also need to be included to negotiate further:



Please let me know as soon as possible if you are interested in selling under the above mentioned terms and I will make you a formal offer.


Best regards,


[Sign here]

[Your Name, Title]





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