Selecting a Broker

The growing presence of corporate practices, often results in an approach being made before you are ready to sell.

  • It is essential to know the value of your practice before accepting any offers to discuss your practice.
  • They should have no other business involvement with any corporates
  • A veterinary practice broker should have the experience to know how much you could sell your practice for in the present market.
  • They should also have the experience to deal and negotiating with buyers to obtain the maximum value.
  • They should have the skills to deal with both sole traders and incorporated share sales.______________
  • They should maintain support throughout the sales process to completion.
  • They should know and understand the veterinary market.
  • They should offer a personal hands on service.
  • The fees paid should be reliant upon success.