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To get started we require prior year tax returns, company financial statements, and an up to date list of assets.

The short answer is that your business is worth what someone else will pay to own it. 
However, to give potential buyers an idea of what they should be paying, we’ll conduct a Estimate of valuation on your business and give you a broker opinion of value. 

To start, we need some basic financial information;

• 3 Years of Tax Returns (Audited Profit & Loss)
• Copy of Franchise Agreement (if applicable)
• Copy of Resellers Agreement (fuel) if applicable
• Copy of Lease

With this information our business brokers will recast the financials and utilize a multiple of valuation methods to produce your report. 
We respect the confidential nature of such an engagement and welcome a meeting or phone call to get to know each of our clients.

Step 1: Buyer Interview
• About You
• Your Finances
• Your Experience
• Your Goals
• Your Timing

Step 2: Find The Right Business
• Establish Parameters
• Conduct Search
• Narrow the Field
• Sign Confidentiality
• Review the Business

Step 3: Prepairing an Offer
• Price
• Terms
• Cash Down
• Purchasing Conditions
• Acceptance

Step 4: Conducting Due Diligence
• Professionals Check List
• Licenses, Applications
• Appraisals, Inspections
• Purchase Conditions Removal

Step 5: Financing the Business
• Lender Options
• Financing Applications
• Qualifications
• Critical Timeline

Step 6: Pre-Settlement Business Planning
• Business Checklist
• Business Plan
• Cash at Closing
• Critical Timeline

Step 7: Settlement


we STRATEGIZE and PREPARE a professional marketing package, MAXIMIZE the value of your Business or Property, and GO THE EXTRA MILE to negotiate the best deal.

What Factors Increase Valuation There are a multiple of factors that can maximise your business valuation which ultimately increase your Return on Investment Potential buyers will peruse every detail that goes into buying your business, as they should.

Therefore being able to present your company or business with a great amount of legitimate and well established information will in turn lead to a very successful transaction.

Below is a list of things you should consider when selling your business

  • What kind of sales does your business make
  • What are the profits What are the growth trends within the Business
  • What drives new sustainable sales
  • What are the consumer demographics
  • What is your market position Is the location favorable
  • How involved does the owner need to be within the business
  • what systems are in place and what procedures go into the running of your business

When selling your investment, you need a dependable partner you can trust to get the job done.

There are many reasons Business & Property owners decide to sell, including retirement, health concerns, financial stress, relocation, or other investing opportunities. But whatever the reason, you want the very best price you can get for your business, right?

Unfortunately, many Business & Property owners think they can save money by trying to sell it themselves, and while they do save by not having to pay a commission, it’s been shown that specialty brokers consistently sell businesses & Property for greater profit than owners who try to do it on their own.

Why? Well, the main reason is that owners are busy running their business! They’re not able to dedicate 100% of their time and energy to marketing while maintaining confidentiality, fielding questions, and vetting prospective buyers.

Once a qualified buyer is found, there is then the often stressful back-and-forth of negotiations, negotiating inspections and legal issues, and then preparing and reviewing contracts.

Getting the best sale price is a full time job that requires the specialized knowledge By choosing Property Fusion Australia you will get a higher profit— and save yourself a headache in the bargain.

Why Choose Property Fusion Australia ?
Running a business requires a special skill set, and therefore is not a realistic investment for your average buyer. So why have your business listed with a general commercial real estate agent alongside gift shops and restaurants and storage facilities? That approach won’t attract the buyers you need.


Underground Petroleum Storage Systems: Best practice guide for environmental incident prevention and management

ARA – Appropriate Regulatory Authority – this is the authority
that regulates certain activities and will be identified in the relevant legislation. For activities associated with UPSS, the ARA is usually either the EPA or council.

EIT – Equipment Integrity Test – must be conducted by a suitably qualified person and be accompanied by a certificate and test results.

Interstitial monitoring – A type of leak monitoring used for detecting leaks in the annular/interstitial space of a double wall underground tank.

LOSS DETECTION – Procedures and processes able to identify the cause of a discrepancy (loss) from any part of a UPSS (i.e. a leak from tanks and/or pipework).

LOSS MONITERING PROCEDURES – One or more procedures for undertaking inventory control (reconciliation) of the petroleum in a system to identify a discrepancy in the volume of petrol (either loss or gain) and the means to record the results and trigger the need for any further action.

NATA – National Association of Testing Authorities. NATA is the authority responsible for the accreditation of laboratories throughout Australia.

POEO Act – Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997.

SIRA – Statistical Inventory Reconciliation Analysis – A third party statistical assessment of inventory (volumetric) data (i.e. delivery, dispensing and retention volumes), which may be compensated (adjusted), as appropriate, to determine if a discrepancy in inventory control can be identified.

The EPA provides further guidance on Underground Petroleum Storage Systems

Suitably qualified person – A person who has the relevant academic/technical qualification
and practical experience to undertake work in a safe and effective manner, such as a contaminated land consultant (who will need appropriate tertiary qualifications and field experience). The consultant ideally would be a certified environmental practitioner under a contaminated land practitioner’s scheme.

UPSS – Underground Petroleum Storage Systems.
UPSS REGULATION – Protection of the Environment (Underground Petroleum Storage Systems) Regulation 2014.

WHS Regulation – The Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011.

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