Selling your pharmacy | The essential guide
Selling your pharmacy may feel like a daunting prospect. If it’s your first time the fear of the unknown may be overwhelming and prevent you from selling at the best time to maximise the value of the sale. Our essential guide to selling your pharmacy includes six articles covering the most important things you need to know. They’ll help you prepare and feel more confident to make your move when it’s right.
Selling your pharmacy | Your essential roadmap
Retirement, scaling down, just had enough… Whatever the reason you’re selling your pharmacy it’s a complex and lengthy process but vitally important you get it right to maximise your reward for your hard work. Our roadmap will help.
Selling your pharmacy | Preparing your pharmacy for sale
When you have taken the decision to sell your pharmacy there are a number of things that need to done to ensure that your pharmacy shows itself in the best possible light. You’ll want to make sure you get a fair return on investment for your effort during your period of ownership. Here are our the first steps when preparing your pharmacy for sale and a list of what you’ll need to pull together for your sales agent.
Selling your pharmacy | Timescales
You’ve made the decision to sell your pharmacy so how long does the process take and when can you expect to have the money in your bank? Our experienced, specialist team take you through the timescales and what you can expect.
Selling your pharmacy | Going to market
You’ve made the decision to sell your pharmacy and you have appointed your sales agent. What happens next and how can you help make sure it goes smoothly?
Selling your pharmacy | Overcoming property issues
There are two property decisions to make when selling your pharmacy if you own the freehold of the property. Learn more in this article and be well informed when you are ready to sell.
Selling your pharmacy | Change of ownership
Unlike most other commercial businesses, selling a community pharmacy has a further workstream in addition to the legal contracts to sell your pharmacy. Learn more.