Buyer and Seller at Closing

Buyer and Seller at Closing

Princeton, NJ  – August, 2019 - Benjamin Ross Group, a mergers and acquisitions/business brokerage firm,, is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of our client, Mt. Salem Electric in Hunterdon County, NJ, to a private investor.

Mt. Salem Electric is a premier full-service, electrical contracting company servicing Commercial, Industrial, and high-end Residential customers.  Established over 38 years ago, they service customers in New Jersey,  Pennsylvania, and New York areas.  Services they offer include:

Custom Home Wiring

Service Upgrades

Telecommunications/Data Wiring

Security Wiring

Landscape Lighting

Interior/Exterior Lighting

Lightening & Surge Protection

Generator Systems

Benjamin Ross Group ( performed a valuation of the company, was engaged as a business broker to sell the business, identified a qualified candidate to purchase the business, and secured SBA financing for the transaction.  The Benjamin Ross Group works with business owners who want to sell their businesses and routinely sells 95% of the businesses they represent, whereas the national average is only 20%.

Frank Hahola, former owner of Mt. Salem Electric, said “Michael Meyer is a professional.  He worked tirelessly to find a buyer for my business.  It wasn’t an easy journey but he and everyone in the office made it a pleasant experience.  I would recommend Benjamin Ross Group for your business needs!”



About Benjamin Ross Group: Benjamin Ross Group represents business owners who want to sell their businesses and leave their employees and customers in capable hands.  We support our clients through the biggest business decision of their lives, so they can move on with confidence, peace of mind, and the most competitive price for their hard work.  We sell 95% of the businesses we represent, compared to the national average of 20%.  And we earn our clients’ trust because of our expertise, professionalism, and extensive network. For more information, go to:


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