Licenses Available

Specialised Business Broking Franchise/ License

As business brokers, we specialise in selling businesses, an involved process that includes a number of fascinating aspects. We find a seller, value the business, collate all documentation and promote the sale. On the flip-side, we qualify a potential buyer, negotiate the sale, prepare the agreement and assist in raising finance – all of which earns us our commission.

We don’t just sell businesses, we create business opportunities. Our brokers advise owners on how to prepare their business for sale to maximise their selling price. We assist potential buyers, educating them on the purchasing and funding process.

This challenging profession can offer great career satisfaction and both personal and financial reward. Most importantly, you are using your wealth of knowledge and skills to help improve our economy, and assist buyers in living their dream.

Our ideal franchisee is a person with sound business acumen and a creative outlook – someone who has owned or been involved in growing a successful business. Are you perhaps retired and looking for something to keep you excited about life? Don’t let your experience and knowledge go to waste – we will use your expertise to move South Africa forward.

With over 35 years’ experience in the business broking industry, and having dealt with 1000s of successful transactions you can be assured our training will fine tune your skill-set and knowledge, providing you with the tools to thrive in this stimulating industry.

Keep your overheads low by working from home, make use of your extensive experience and set yourself up to be a high earner in this grown industry, an industry where competition is limited.

What our Business Broking License offers you:

  • Extensive training covering the A – Z in business broking;
  • Full backup and support;
  • All required documentation and agreements;
  • Database for capturing Buyers and Sellers;
  • Website for advertising Businesses for Sale;
  • A countrywide referral network amongst brokers;
  • Advertising on Business for Sale portals;
  • Assistance in obtaining the required EAAB (The Estate Agency Affairs Board) license