Established 1982

Celebrating 42 Years Selling Businesses in Tucson

The most businesses sold in Tucson and Southern Arizona.

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You need a broker in your corner.

Since 1982, Tucson Business Investments has been the leading Business Brokerage firm in Tucson and Southern Arizona. No other firm has sold more businesses in Southern Arizona than TBI.

We are proud of our long and distinguished history as the company Tucson business owners have trusted with the sale of their businesses for over 42 years. The number of repeat clients that choose to work with us time and again for the sale or purchase of a business is incredible and we continue to thank you for relying on us to help accomplish your goals..


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International Business Broker Association
American Business Brokers Association
Better Business Bureau
Chamber of Commerce


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Frequent Questions

Is Tucson Business Investments rated by the Better Business Bureau?

YES. Tucson Business Investments is an A+ Accredited Business with BBB.


We conduct a detailed analysis of your business to determine its current market price. Our valuations are based on real market conditions because our brokers make a living from the transfer of businesses, not from theoretical calculations.

NO. We effectively advertise and package your business to maximize the exposure to qualified buyers while maintaining strict confidentiality to ensure all knowledge of the sale of your business remains controlled.

NO. We take the time to carefully determine which buyers are legitimately qualified not only financially but by the sincerity of their interest in your business and every potential buyer is required to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement before we provide any information about your business.

We are involved in every step of the process from start to finish. In addition to the determining the market price of your business and aggressively marketing the business for sale, we meet in person with potential buyers and we will introduce buyers to you and your business in person. We handle all negotiations and resolve any issues between you and the buyer and negotiate the best price and terms for our clients while also keeping a positive working relationship with the buyer to maintain their comfort level and enthusiasm all the way to the closing table. START TO FINISH!

YES. Tucson Business Investments is licensed by the Arizona Department of Real Estate as required by law to facilitate the sale of businesses in the State of Arizona.


Meet Our Team

Experience Matters

Every Member of Our Team is Licensed by the Arizona Department of Real Estate.

We are involved in every step of the process from START to FINISH.


Jon Barger

Jon A. Barger, CBB, SBA

President / Designated Broker

“Business Broker of the Year”
Arizona Association of Business Brokers – 1998

Certified Business Broker
Senior Business Analyst
President - Arizona Association of Business Brokers 2019-2021

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Beau Barger

Beau B. Barger CBB, ABI

Vice President

“Business Broker of the Year”
Arizona Association of Business Brokers – 2011

Certified Business Broker
Accredited Business Intermediary
President - Arizona Association of Business Brokers 2012-2014
Licensed Real Estate Instructor - AZ Dept of Real Estate

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ABI certifate
Eric Erickson

Eric Erickson, MBA

Business Broker

Eric has over 20 years of business experience in the corporate, real estate and private equity sectors with a focus on helping clients to maximize their returns and find new profitable opportunities.

Bill Swan

Bill Swan

Business Broker & Business Coach

Bill has been putting business sellers and buyers together for over 20 years.

Dan Horton

Dan Horton

Business Broker

Former Vice-President - Arizona Association of Business Brokers


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Recent News

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A Seller’s Market for ‘Pandemic-Proof’ Businesses

While many businesses were hit hard by the pandemic, some sectors instead found favorable conditions. The economic disruption caused by the virus changed consumer behavior, and ‘pandemic-resistant’ businesses, such as delivery and logistics companies, fast-casual restaurants, e-commerce websites, and manufacturers of certain goods saw revenue soar in 2020.