Are You Thinking About
Buying a Business in Canada?
If so, you may have wondered:
- How will I know if a business is right for me?
- How will I finance the purchase?
- How do I mitigate the risks?
No matter what size of business you are looking to buy, our business brokers have the expertise and resources you require to buy a business in Canada.
Our brokers follow a proven process that protects both buyers and sellers. It’s their job to get the right questions asked and answered and to help both parties achieve their goals.
If you are looking to buy a business in Canada, connect with a Canadian Business Broker in an office near you.
Sunbelt has more privately owned businesses for sale than anyone else in the world
Statistics show that owning your own business is the fastest way to financial independence, while also creating the lifestyle and liberty that goes with successful business ownership. And if you’re wanting to go into business, purchasing an existing successful business with trained employees, existing client and supplier relationships, a proven concept and location can be your “Advance to GO” card.
Choosing the right business
We are discriminating about the businesses we offer, and our business brokers have the experience, market knowledge and resources to help you buy the right business in Canada that meets your needs. We will guide you through the self-analysis and early decisions about what size and type of business will work for you then help you assess the opportunities and your abilities to succeed. But in the end, your choice of business should come down to one final factor—whether or not you can see yourself in your business.
Securing the Right Price and Terms
We help you understand the real value in the different businesses you look at, with the focus on how to buy a business in Canada that’s right for you. The businesses we offer are priced on a realistic market value of the assets and liabilities and the true earning capacity of the business.
It’s common for deals to include a training and transition period where the previous owners work with the purchaser for a stipulated period, so building a relationship of trust and respect throughout the transaction has continued importance.
After all is said and done, what you will be buying is the ability of the business to produce cash. Will it be sufficient to service your debt, support your lifestyle and provide a return on your invested capital?
Financing the Purchase
Our brokerage network has 30 years of experience arranging financing for small- to medium-sized businesses and will help you understand how to finance a business and your purchasing options.
Most business buyers depend on sellers taking back a percentage of the purchase price in the form of a loan. Through this financing arrangement, known as vendor take back or a seller’s note, the buyer agrees to pay back the funds over time, with interest. The buyer realizes lower risk, better terms and a greater commitment of the seller to ensure his or her success.