There are a number of reasons buyers prefer asset sales when buying a business. In an asset sale, the seller keeps legal possession of the company while the buyer picks and chooses among the various company assets from equipment, fixtures, and inventory to clients lists and even good-will. Asset sales are typically cash-free, debt-free transactions—all of which is very beneficial to the buyer. However, structuring such a sale is not always so beneficial to the seller. In this podcast Gower Idrees, CEO of RareBrain, outlines the negative aspects of asset sales when selling your business.