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Quality Coffee Shops just listed in SE Queensland .
If you’ve ever dreamed of owning your own coffee shop, picture yourself owning one of these!
There are many wonderful opportunities to let your creative passions express themselves by building on an established restaurant with a loyal customer base.
We have many food franchises for sale.
Talk to one of our expert brokers to help find your dream business.
Advantages to Buying an Existing Business
Save time, energy, and money on:
- Research and Development
- Business Roadmaps
- Site Location and Staff
Everything is included in the purchase, including:
Obtain financing to purchase your dream business.
- Lenders are more likely to finance a business with a proven track record.
Cash flow usually immediately, not in an unknown time in the future, as when starting a new business.
- Established customer base
Our Business in Numbers
It is important that a business is “prepared or made ready” for sale prior to listing it with a Business Broker.
One of the most important and essential elements in selling a business that often sellers fail to realise is that a buyer is primarily interested in buying a business that is showing a profit.
The seller should be able to substantiate the profitability of the business by way of presenting financial statements.
In many cases for ‘cash-based businesses’ such as cafes and coffee shops, a ‘trial period’ is often offered as part of ‘due diligence’.
Talk to our experienced brokers for further information.
If you are looking to borrow funds to buy a business it is a good idea to get some pre-approved finance in place, or at the very least get an idea from your financier how much they will lend you and on what terms and conditions.
- Ask your financier what percentage of the purchase price they are willing to lend and if they will require any security over your existing assets.
- Consider also allocating funds for miscellaneous expenses. In addition to the purchase price of the business, you will need additional funds to pay for stock, legal fees, accountant’s fees to conduct due diligence, stamp duty etc.
Funds should also be set aside for working capital and in many cases a rental security bond will be required by the landlord (in some cases -up to 6 months rent).