Most property and business owners would dread the day a liquidation company pays them a visit. But at the same time, the calling card of the liquidation specialist becomes a golden opportunity for others. These others would not have had such opportunities elsewhere. They would not have had enough in the way of startup capital to lay their hands on a new business opportunity. They would not have had enough cash in hand nor a decent credit line to build up a worthwhile inventory of goods or tools of trade.
But as they begin to make progress in starting up a business that may not have been possible for them before, what of the business that is now under liquidation? What of the business owners and all those staff members he may have had to let go of? In most cases, it is a case of shutting doors forever. But this is not necessarily a bad thing. Forget about the tragic financial circumstances for a moment and weigh in on all the other reasonable possibilities.
There are always going to be small business owners who wish to retire. There may be no one available next in line to take over the daily running of his business. And it was his business all along so by going through the liquidation process he would be acting out of personal choice. It is his right to liquidate his business however way he sees fit to do so and in whichever manner may have been advised by his liquidation specialist.
Even the company that had to liquidate owing to severe financial constraints still has that opportunity to start over again. The liquidation process, voluntary or mandated, gives it an opportunity to square all outstanding debts as well.