Selling Your Business
You have worked tirelessly to establish your business; therefore you want to achieve the greatest return when you sell your business. We at LINK understand business owners who want to sell their business and we have over a decade of experience working with businesses for sale in Australia. “We are the authority on selling businesses”.
As the leading business brokerage in the Australasia, we strive to connect business sellers with qualified buyers. Our buyer qualifying process ensures that only those who are serious about buying your business have access to your businesses information via a LINK business broker.
Allowing us to market your business for sale will guarantee the security of sensitive business information, and with LINK’s impeccable track record and industry experience, you can be rest assured that your business is in good hands.
We partner business sellers with business brokers who specialise in their category of business sales. These categories are as follows:
- General Business for sale
- Tourism & Leisure businesses for sale
- Corporate businesses for sale
- Franchise businesses for sale
- Rural businesses for sale
- Medical Centre / Practice businesses for sale
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Questions about Selling a Business
Recommended Reading for Sellers
1. Are you sales ready?
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Only about 5 percent of vendors that we work with have properly prepared their business for sale. Most often they come to LINK when they are burnt out, in ill health, or have simply decided it’s time to retire. Here’s a guide on how to and when you should go to market.
A business with more than one division may generate a better return for the vendor if it is broken up and sold in parts rather than as one complete entity; but, as you may expect, there are many considerations in solving this particular equation - and some of these are briefly discussed below.
Like many business owners, you might find it hard using a Business Broker as you are probably used to managing every aspect of your own business. But using a Business Broker has many advantages.
For many business owners, it’s only when the contract negotiations commence and requisitions or warranties are being sought by a prospective purchaser’s solicitor, that problems inherent in the business are flushed out.
Read more articles on selling in our Knowledge Centre.