North Carolina Business Brokers

Solid Rock Advisors (SRA) is a business brokerage serving North Carolina with a strategic alliance to Turner Business Appraisers – a business valuation firm located near Charlotte, the largest city in North Carolina. We are North Carolina business brokers and team, offering a dedicated relationship with you in the sell of your business, or in purchasing a business in North Carolina. A qualified SRA advisor will guide and support you throughout the process of reaching that transactional goal.

As a business broker in NC, we will identify and analyze the market trends within the state, staying on top of the competitive environment and market dynamics to continually adjust commercial market strategies. Working with SRA, you will receive expert services in finding ideal buyers in the sale of your small- to medium-sized company. On the flip side, as a business broker in NC, we will enthusiastically search for that ideal business our client is in the market to purchase.

Our business brokers in NC, and support team have the professional and knowledgeable skills you can rely on in buying or selling your North Carolina business for maximum effect of the business deal. From Asheville to Fayetteville, Charlotte to Hickory, and all cities and towns in-between, rely on the experts at Solid Rock Advisors (SRA) to satisfy your brokerage need when buying or selling a business. Call us today at 800-873-3040.

North Carolina Business Economy

The state of North Carolina ranked first out of all 50 states as CNBC’s America’s top state for business – 2022. CNBC developed their criteria and metrics in consultation with a diverse array of business and policy experts and used a variety of sources to measure each states’ performance. North Carolina’s solid finances ranked first in the Economy category. The state’s credit rating is pristine; its fiscal balance is sound. Economic growth, at 6.7% last year, and job growth at 3.6% were among the strongest in the nation, according to government statistics.

North Carolina ranks second for access to Capital. North Carolina companies also attracted some $3.5 billion in venture capital investments last year, the sixth highest in the country.

At 2.5%, North Carolina has the nation’s most competitive tax environment for businesses. The state has a proven track record of reducing and streamlining business taxes. And starting in 2025, the tax rate will drop to 2.25% and decrease gradually until it ultimately reaches 0% in 2030.

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