The DME Pros – King & King Business Advisors
Have you been thinking it might be time to sell your DME, Durable Medical Equipment, business in Arizona? King & King Business Advisors (KKBA) can take the worry out of the sale. We have a team of Brokers who eat, sleep, and dream about selling Arizona DME businesses.
Selling a DME Business in Arizona
Working with KKBA definetly increases the chances of selling faster and for more money than with other brokers. Our proven selling process ensures you, the business owner, a sale is completed efficiently and successfully. We are the premier brokers for selling DME businesses.
Buying a DME Business in Arizona
KKBA has earned an unprecedented 100% success rate selling DME companies. It is the perfect time to sell your DME business and here’s why:
- It’s a seller’s market. The sale prices for DME businesses are at a 10 year high!
- DME businesses are financeable unlike more other small businesses
- Depending on your circumstances, tax minimization opportunities exist for DME business sellers.
Despite a perfectly aligned seller’s market, it’s risky to sell your DME business alone. Many buyers hire top-notch business and finance experts to staff their acquisition/business development groups. Don’t go into negotiations alone, let KKBA get you the best possible price for your business in the shortest period of time, under the best possible terms and conditions.
Our Track Record
A proven track record of hundreds of transactions makes KKBA your best ally when it comes to selling your DME. Our process starts with a written confidential business review that summarizes your company’s most salient attributes, such as history, operations, competition and financial performance. We will then work with you very closely to develop a pricing strategy that gives you the best possible opportunity to maximize the equity you have built over the years. We will handle all of the preparation involved with the sale of your DME including qualifying buyers and negotiating price, terms and structure of the deal.
There is a lot involved in selling a business to make sure it is done properly and documented appropriately. Listed below you will find some of the documents that are involved in the typical business sale transaction:
Arizona business purchases typically include some the following legal documents:
- Purchase Agreement
- Trust/Escrow Agreement
- Bill of Sale
- Amendment to Articles of Organization
- Noncompete Agreement
- Assignment of Lease
- Resolutions Authorizing the Transaction
- Promissory Note
- Security Agreement
- UCC-1 Financing Statement
- Personal Guaranty
If you are ready to sell a business contact or call (888-565-6468) the professional DME business brokers at KKBA!