Most buyers will look to a pay a certain multiple of fee turnover. An efficient and profitable business will also help in getting the best price.
You can do either. If you sell the shares of your company it is likely that you may be able to qualify for entrepreneur's relief on the capital gain. You may only want to sell the portfolio if your company provides other services that you want to continue. The tax implications on selling a portfolio are likely to be different.
Many online brokers sell any business from care homes to chip shops. Our expertise is much more focussed. We just concentrate on finding buyers for letting agencies and property management companies as we feel that we can offer a specialist service.
Yes, we recommend you should instruct a solicitor after you have found a buyer.
Our fees are competitive. We do not charge upfront and nor do we tie you in to a lengthy contract.
It will depend on a lot of factors. You should allow six months from beginning to end.
We only provide the individual details about your business with your agreement to those parties who sign a Non Disclosure Agreement.