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Apart from being a worldwide online portal, we are currently focusing exclusively on emerging markets like Asia – Pacific, Middle East, ANZ Markets, Singapore,China ,South Africa and Europe.

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  • We are the leaders in Services to the business sales Industry in Australia since 1990!
  • We Market your business and Sell Nationally and Internationally for the local and overseas Business Migration business buyer market.We provide Services to suit your business sale.
  • We have a large Data Base of  Business Brokers, Business Migration Agents and Intermediaries World Wide !
  • We have combined experience of over 300 Years in our Industry.(This is calculated by the combined Industry experience of our team )
  • We are the only Business Brokers in Australia who attend and provide services for the Business and Franchise Expo’s in all Capitol Cities annually .
  • We have  a Network of over 400 Brokers in our new division ” Australian Business Brokers Network”.Including Members of Aibb.
  • Australian Business Sales Corporation will do a market appraisal or full Business Valuation on your business in preparation for placing it on the market to achieve the best possible price.This is another example of the services we provide to the Business Seller.
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  • We market through our specialist Business Sales Marketing Arm ” Australian Business Sales Marketing”
  • We have a record of referrals from satisfied clients and lists of Businesses that have been SOLD.

What a business broker can teach a buyer and Seller.

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by VR Business Brokers

Educating the buyer in the business buying process as to what they can expect in a transaction is an important task.

Topics you should cover are:

  • why you spend time up front qualifying, established business vs.start-up business expenses,
  • Financing, risk management, and other components that are key to a successful enterprise.
  • How to place value on a business.
  • The concept of return on initial investment should also be explained.
  • The buyer has come to you to buy a business and they’ll want to know how it got it’s price tag.
  • A multiple of the earnings of a business combined with an industry standard for valuing that business and the asset value of a business, all come together to place a value on a business.
  • What is crucial for the buyer to understand is that a business’ value will also depend on purchaser specifics.
  • The same businesses can have different values to different buyers. This depends on their down payment abilities and overall ideas for future growth.
  • This means taking a specific business’ cash flow and considering the entry fee into that business transaction for the buyer and the retirement of debt.

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  • You should also explain the physical business buying process.
  • Part of that process is having the buyer sign the non-disclosure agreement at the beginning of the interview.
  • (The non-disclosure agreement covers some key points, including the fact that any information divulged is confidential, that you have not audited or verified the information, and that you collect commission from the seller).
  • You will likely be showing a particular buyer anywhere from three to five businesses along the specifications they have given you.
  • You should explain the negatives of a particular business and you will have the information available to analyze each business, if need be.

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  • You also want to cover where a buyer should seek advice and opinions on the particular businesses that are being looked at; this advice should probably come from current or former business owners.
  • You should also introduce the buyer to the concept of escrow – a third middle party that represents the transaction only and is paid for by both the buyer and the seller.
  • (This depends on the laws in your state; in some states, the escrow documents will simply be prepared by an attorney).
  • Depending on your state laws, the person performing the escrow function will prepare all closing documents and hold all money for distribution after closing

This article was contributed by leading global business intermediaries, VR Business brokers

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