July 7, 2020  
  Buying a Business Advice for Kentucky Entrepreneurs  
  Louisville, Kentucky Resources for Entrepreneurs  
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Buy a Business in Louisville, Kentucky

Buying a Louisville, Kentucky business? Smart move! While you won't get the experience of starting a business on your own, buying an existing Louisville, KY business is a low-risk proposition compared to starting from scratch.

If you're reading this article, we'd hazard a guess you're giving serious thought to buying a Louisville business.

In order to be taken seriously as a prospective buyer, you need to understand the business buying process. To educate yourself on buying an existing company, we suggest you read our Key Factors to Consider When Buying a Business article or any of the other buying a business articles you'll find on our site.

Buy a Business in Louisville

Without further adieu, it's time to get to our list of resources for buying a business in Louisville, Kentucky. Below, you will find our listings for buying a Louisville company that can get you started with owning your own business.

Online Business-for-Sale Marketplaces

Before you contact local business brokers, we recommend you peruse Louisville business-for-sale listings at an aggregator site. These sites receive business-for-sale listings from Louisville business brokers. They also have many FSBO (for sale by owner) listings. Here are our resources for online business-for-sale marketplaces that we recommend you consider:

  • BizBuySell - Check out BizBuySell's list of Kentucky Businesses for Sale. Widely recognized at the leading online business-for-sale marketplace, they showcase over 50,000 business listings for sale. They usually have many Louisville businesses for sale, as well as business-for-sale listings in nearby communities.

Local Louisville Business Brokers

After reviewing BizBuySell's listings to find a business to buy, local Louisville business brokers are the best people to talk to when buying a Louisville business. They have many local listings and they will typically sit down with you, understand your needs and then make suggestions on which businesses might be most appropriate for you to buy. Here are some local Louisville business brokerage firms you should talk to:

Bcatalyst Advisors, LLC
124 N. 1st St.
Louisville, Kentucky 40202
Web: www.bcatalyst.com
Phone: (502) 583-2230
Fax: (502) 583-5606

  • S. Andrew Mckay, Cbi

Business Brokers & Consultants
13121 East Point Park Blvd.
Suite D
Louisville, Kentucky 40223
Phone: (502) 425-0995
Fax: (502) 425-1850

  • James Randall Shew
  • Ryan Yankey

Business Brokers & Consultants, Inc.
13121 Eastpoint Park Blvd
Suite D
Louisville, Kentucky 40223
Web: www.bbrokers.com
Phone: (502) 425-0995
Fax: (502) 425-1850

  • Otis R. Florence

Fortune Business Transfers & Acquistions
400 Blankenbaker Parkway
Suite 301
Louisville, Kentucky 40243
Web: www.fortunebta.com
Phone: (502) 244-0480
Fax: (502) 244-6360

  • Brian Mazar Mba

Keith Winfree & Company, Inc.
1905 Arnold Palmer Blvd.
Louisville, Kentucky 40245
Web: www.winfree.org
Phone: (800) 616-9260
Fax: (502) 244-8310

  • Keith Winfree, Cbi

Venture Resource
1930 Bishop Lane, Suite 110
Louisville, Kentucky 40218
Web: www.venture-resource.com
Phone: (502) 458-2661
Fax: (502) 458-3036

  • David Hinton, Cbi

Venture Resource Business Brokers
1930 Bishop Ln
Ste 110
Louisville, Kentucky 40218
Web: www.venture-resource.com
Phone: (502) 458-2661
Fax: (502) 458-3036

  • Julie Johnson

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