Buying a Business
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Bridging the gap between Australian business sellers and buyers for well over a decade, the LINK experience has been created to simplify the process of buying a business. Through our easy to navigate online listings, to our experienced business brokers, we cater to all types of business buyers. We strive to make buying a business easy and stress free for the business buyer. With a world class reputation your LINK business broker will step you through the process of buying a business.
When you buy a business with LINK, there is no cost from LINK to the buyer – fees are funded by the seller.
Our services are tailored to specific industries, ensuring a specialised, thorough service. LINK’s business brokers are divided into the following categories based on their expertise:
- General Businesses for Sale
- Tourism & Leisure businesses for sale
- Corporate businesses for sale
- Franchise businesses for sale
- Rural businesses for sale
- Browse Businesses for Sale
- Questions about buying a business
Recommended Reading for buyers
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You’ve invested thousands of hours into your business. You’ve worked weekends and evenings, overcome countless staffing and financial challenges, and haven’t taken a holiday in years. Now, whether due to retirement, illness or favourable economic conditions, you’re ready to s...
Most people start the process by looking at what’s for sale on commercial websites. We suggest taking a few steps back to start with and get a better understanding about a few key matters before you start your search. It will save you a lot of time, ensure you don’t miss out on the right...
The best way to achieve a successful outcome is to ensure that a business is sellable. LINK is only paid on the successful completion of a sale, so we need to make sure our vendor is a serious committed seller. Many of our business have had already been valued by our team prior to market and our bro...
Some aspects of a business are more valuable than others. There are some aspects that you simply can’t live without. For example, whilst an owner of a café can easily replace a coffee machine if it fails, it may not be as easy to replace the taste of their particular coffee blend, which...
When buying or selling a business usually the first thing on the vendor or the purchaser’s mind is the price. That is, what is the value of the business and what should the price be? The value of a business is made up of different components which can each be managed to maximise the va...
Should your company be on the acquisition trail? Written by Mark Ostryn, Mergers & Acquisitions Facilitator, LINK Sydney
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