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As we talk to buyers and sellers, we continually clear up misconceptions around the buying and selling of veterinary practices. In this short article we tackle four buyer-side and four seller-side myths surrounding the practice transition process and provide our… Read More
In preparing for an exit strategy for selling your business and Real Estate, we at TPSG, are commonly asked the question, “Should I do a facelift on the facility?” Does it make sense economically? In response to this question, your… Read More
In this article, we are highlighting the most critical factors that make a practice stand out from all the rest. Undoubtedly, the number one factor that drives the sale of your practice is the location. A practice sale, like… Read More
The following is some basic information for anyone considering purchasing a business. Is may also be of interest to anyone thinking of selling their business. The more information and knowledge both sides have about buying and selling a business, the… Read More
In many cases, the buyer and seller reach a tentative agreement on the sale of the business, only to have it fall apart. There are reasons this happens, and, once understood, many of the worst deal-smashers can be avoided. Understanding… Read More
Surveys have shown that a seller who asks for all cash, receives on average only 70 percent of his or her asking price, while sellers who accept terms receive on average 86 percent of their asking price. That’s a difference of 16… Read More
When a buyer is sufficiently interested in your business, he or she will, or should, submit an offer in writing. This offer or proposal may have one or more contingencies. Usually, the contingencies concern a detailed review of your financial… Read More