Join our team and experience thorough training and a mentoring program led by our seasoned managing partners.
Perks of Becoming a Horizon M&A Advisor
It is a fulfilling feeling when you can experience helping a business owner achieve their professional goals and the reward that comes with it.
M&A advisory fees are higher than any other type of real estate sales and often exceed six figures.
Our advisors are independent contractors, allowing them the freedom to have a flexible schedule. There is no large capital expenditure, inventory to manage, accounts receivable to collect, or employees to manage.
With databases spread across a variety of industries, each transaction we work on is unique. This gives our advisors the opportunity to become knowledgeable on many business types.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a specific license?
Yes. A real estate license is required in most states, but you may work towards it while training. In Nevada, a Business Broker’s Permit is also required.
How long is the training?
Training is tailored to each advisor and will depend on experience.
Will I have a mentor?
Depending on experience, new advisors will partner with senior advisors or managing partners to share in the fees earned in the first two transactions.
What does it cost?
Cost will also include obtaining a real estate license if you are not yet licensed.
How soon will I close my first deal?
Although dependent on your level of activity, it generally takes 4-6 months to close a first deal. It is important for advisors to have adequate financial reserves during that time.
How much does the average advisor earn?
This is an industry where you can absolutely earn a substantial income if you stay committed and focused. Some of Horizon M&A’s top advisors earn over $500,000 a year.
What are the qualifications to join the Horizon M&A team?
Requirements include strong communication skills, enthusiasm, problem-solving ability, being a team player, and a current real estate license or the desire to obtain one. Previous business ownership or financial background is preferred, but direct experience is not necessary.