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Businesses 4 Sale

Karen Dorfling, a director of the business transfer giant, LINK South Africa, recently decided to re-brand under the banner Businesses4Sale. Businesses4Sale’s success as business brokers is based on its unique approach to facilitation, and a focus on delivering exceptional service.

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About Us - Businesses4sale

Karen Dorfling, a director of the business transfer giant, LINK South Africa, recently decided to re-brand under the banner Businesses4Sale.

Businesses for Sale - Businesses4sale

At Businesses4Sale we work with businesses in all the various industries including wholesale, retail, restaurant, manufacturing, internet related businesses, distribution, construction, business and professional services, and auto-related, to name a few.

Buy a Business - Businesses4sale

Connecting business buyers to sellers is our business, and the Businesses4Sale experience is tailored to cater to everyone interested in buying a business. Whether you are a first-time buyer, looking to enter the market; a franchisor, searching for franchisees; or seasoned buyer looking to expand, our experienced team at Businesses4Sale will support you throughout the whole process.

Selling a Business - Businesses4sale

You’ve spent years building a successful business and it’s time to reward yourself for all the hard work. Let our qualified specialists do what they do best: sell your business for the best price. Businesses4Sale will work hand in hand with you to ensure that you get everything that your business is worth.

3 Tips for First Time Buyers - Businesses4sale

Buying a business can be an overwhelming experience, especially if it is the first time you take this big step. Keep the following in mind when deciding to buy a business:

Buying a Large Business - Businesses4sale

Be in the running:
Get a head start by preparing any documentation you will need to meet the requirements of the seller. Those who have owned a business in the past will understand why this is necessary. Doing this will save you time and money and help your broker more easily identify the kind of business that will work for you as an individual.

Don't Do These Three Things if You're Planning on Selling Your Business - Businesses4sale

 
If you’re considering selling your business, it’s important to start preparing early. There are many actions you can take to help your business attract the right buyer once it’s on the market. Perhaps more importantly, there are things you shouldn’t do if you’re planning to sell your business in the next couple of years. Here are three things you should stop doing if you’re planning to sell.

How to Find the Perfect Business to Buy - Businesses4sale

 
As business brokers, we like to believe that there is a buyer for every business, if it makes a profit. How long it would take to find a buyer and how much they are prepared to pay for it depends entirely on how the business is presented, how the business is marketed and how the business is valued.

Preparing your Business for Sale Using a Businesses4Sale Broker - Businesses4sale

 
To successfully sell your business you must first make a plan. By using our approach, you will gain a better insight into when you should sell your business and for how much.

Selling a Substantial Business - Businesses4sale

 
If you are thinking about selling your SME, then it is a good idea to talk to one of our experienced brokers. As with most people who own a business you will have a large amount of money tied up in your company, and if these funds are not managed properly by a knowledgeable advisor, it can have a serious impact on your future.

Valuing Your Business for Sale - Businesses4sale

 
Establishing an objective market value for your business is not an exact science, and can fluctuate depending on the kind of business you own and why you need a valuation done. There are a number of aspects to take into account, ranging from the book worth of your assets to some indefinable elements. How much your business is worth will depend on an in-depth analysis of your company’s cash flow, your previous and more recent earnings, and how viable your business will be long-term. Ultimately the value of your company will depend on its ability to make a steady profit.