First Time Buyer ​Course

The Ultimate First Step for First Time Buyers

Purchasing a business of your own may seem like a big process, but we are here to guide you through it all, step-by-step.​

​Become an acquisition expert by the time you graduate from our First Time Buyer Course!


Get one year FREE of your Buyer’s Club membership PLUS an additional Expert Buyer certification when you enroll in, and complete, this course!

The Complete Guide to Buying your Business!

When you enroll in our First Time Buyer Course, you will…

Learn how to find, evaluate, and close on your business step-by-step, as well as how to stand out as a buyer, with a 4-week, self-paced course and live Q&A sessions!

Hear from brokers, trainers, and M&A professionals, and learn how to navigate the acquisition process with real case studies and role play demonstrations.

Earn an additional Expert Buyer certification recognized by top M&A professionals that shows you are officially certified as a trusted, preferred buyer with high priority status!

Prove to yourself and the M&A world that you have the knowledge, skills, and confidence to navigate the buying process and successfully acquire a business of your own!

Get one year FREE of the Business Buyer’s Club with access to all benefits – a $600 value!

Are you ready to be your own boss?

Includes a one year membership to the Buyer’s Club and, upon completion, an Expert Buyer Certification!


First Time Buyer Training Program
Topical Outline

  1. Introduction & Orientation to the Training
  2. Preparation Before Entering the Buying Process
    1. Introduction to Business Acquisitions
    2. Overview of the Buying Process
    3. Buyer Self-Assessment
    4. Getting Connected with a Broker
    5. Ready to Proceed
  3. Moving Through the Buying Process
    1. Step 1 – Finding Your Business
    2. Step 2 – Buyer-Seller Meetings
    3. Step 3 – Making a Purchase Offer on a Business
    4. Step 4 – Navigating Due Diligence & Financing
    5. Step 5 – Legal Stage
    6. Step 6 – Closing the Deal & Transitioning the Business
  4. Future Exit Strategy