Latest Business Sales insights

Strong business yield


The sound economy and low interest rates are expected to bring another influx of businesses for sale next year.


Room for Investment


International interest in owning and managing New Zealand hotels is at an all-time high amid booming tourism demand.


Putting a value on your business


If you are planning to sell your business one of the most fundamental things you will need to know is what your business is worth.


Local Knowledge


For grocery stores, success means knowing your customers.


What to look for when buying a business


It can be exciting and daunting searching for a business to buy. The right preparation and research will help you choose well.


The business of selling


The secrets to marketing your business for sale.


Vetting prospective business purchasers


Vetting prospective buyers takes time, effort and expertise. But with the right groundwork and support, you can be confident of securing the right buyer and the best price.


Succession planning


Businesses are the lifeblood of the New Zealand economy, and most owners have committed years of hard work to growing their businesses.


A tasty business venture


Now is the perfect time for restaurateurs to sell their business


Now is the time to sell


A unique mix of factors – both financial and social - are combining to make right now the best time within the last decade to sell your business.


Preparing your business for sale


The value of a business can be enhanced through several easy steps


Why use a Business Broker


The benefits of using a business broker so you can focus on ensuring your business is at maximum value.


Food and grocery retail


Food and grocery retailing is an industry niche with a proven track record, demonstrating attractive returns for buyers.


How tourism remains too attractive for buyers to overlook
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More than 80 million people are actively thinking about a New Zealand holiday at the moment, meaning purchasers of property and businesses are hard-pressed to overlook the tourism industry when scouting the market for their next opportunity.


Population growth has been the key driver of demand for childcare places.


New Zealand's 4.8 million population is tipped to exceed 6 million by 2027, with the majority of the growth expected to be in the "Golden Triangle" area of Auckland, Hamilton and Tauranga.