Case Studies

There is nothing more expensive than bad advice

happy kids having fun on playground in kindergarten

The Situation: Kensington met with the owner of a franchise children’s day care center who was looking to sell his business. This was a sellable business which Kensington was eager to work on, even though it was not without its challenges, as revenue and enrollment...

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There is nothing quite like a face to face meeting

Two Businessmen Meeting In Lobby Area Of Modern Office

The Situation: Kensington was engaged to sell two Dunkin Donuts in New Jersey, and quickly found a buyer. The buyer and seller came to an agreement on the price and shortly signed a contract. When it came time for the landlord to assign the lease...

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Reasonable People Can Come to Reasonable Solutions

When we’re relaxed we’re happy

The Situation: A husband and wife team owned 8 Gymboree franchises- 4 on Long Island and 4 in NYC, and were looking to retire. They had reasonable, but high price expectations, and truly cared about who would be taking over the business they built. None...

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Patience is a Virtue


The Situation: Two older brothers owned and operated a manufacturing company for over 60 years. They owned the real estate as well, and wanted a very high premium for their business and property, well above what the market would typically dictate for what they owned....

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Limo Drivers Don’t Always Make the Best Business Owners

Trying times

The Situation: A wealthy individual purchased 2 Subway Franchises for his limo driver. After a few years the limo driver had a falling out with the individual, and the businesses were left without supervision. The owner of these stores had no interest in the stores,...

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