Why sell your business with SBX Business Brokers?

SBX Business Brokers is one of the largest business brokers in Australia with more than 20 brokers in New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland. With over 30 years of experience, SBX will provide you with exceptional service in presenting your business to a large portfolio of potential buyers.

Experienced brokers

SBX’s experienced team will match the right business with the right buyer. With multi-lingual brokers, we help you present your business in the best way, market it individually and guide potential buyers through the sales process; qualification of purchasers, inspections and meetings, due diligence, offers to purchase, contract exchange, handover and settlement. SBX will assist you in understanding all the legal requirements, rental bonds, insurance and other requirements that may relate to selling or purchasing a business in Australia.

All business types

SBX sells all manner of businesses from small owner-operator businesses to franchises and multi-million dollar businesses. We have experienced brokers in manufacturing, hospitality, franchises, service stations, retail, accommodation and many more.

The selling process

Our experienced brokers will assist you with the time-consuming process of finding the right buyer to purchase your business. SBX will create a business profile, which we publish on our web site and other leading commercial business websites that buyers regularly search. In addition, we directly notify suitable clients who have registered with SBX and are potential purchasers. As well we feature your business in our regular newsletter sent to all registered buyers. SBX acts as the “middle man” between the vendor and purchaser and arranges meetings and inspections as necessary through to the final stage of settlement. SBX will also guide your purchaser through obtaining landlord approval and any other issues that may arise.

State-Specific Variations

The above information is generic in nature. State-specific rules and regulations may apply to your business sale. For instance, Victoria demands all vendors of businesses under $450,000 prepare a recent Section 52 statement to provide to all prospective buyers. Please consult our professional brokers or your CPA or solicitor for state-specific information.

Read our “How to Sell a Business Guide”


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