Packages for Business Owners


Create your listing and appear before Bsale buyers today! 

 

Suitable for business owners who want to advertise their business for sale and receive enquiries directly. 

6 Month Price: $350 +GST

 

Buy Now 
 
  • Advertising for 3 months, 6 months or until sold. 
  • No Commissions
  • Businesses and Franchises
  • Tens of thousands of potential buyers every month


Advertising Rates





UNTIL SOLD
$550

+GST


  • Until Sold
  • No Commission
  • Monthly refreshes
  • Unlimited edits
  • Ad in Bsale eMagazine
  • BONUS: 30 day platinum feature. Valued at: $142
BUY NOW Read full inclusions

Popular Package Option

6 MONTHS
$350

+GST


  • 6 months
  • No commission
  • Monthly refreshes
  • Unlimited edits
  • Ad in Bsale eMagazine
  • BONUS: 30 day platinum feature. Valued at: $142
BUY NOW Read full inclusions


3 MONTHS
$250

+GST


  • 3 months
  • No commission
  • Monthly refreshes
  • Unlimited edits
  • Ad in Bsale eMagazine
  • BONUS: 14 day platinum feature. Valued at: $72
BUY NOW Read full inclusions

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How it works



Select your package

Choose between 3 months, 6 months or until sold. 



Create your listing

Enter information and check the instant preview.
Process payment and the listing will go live. 



Review Enquiries

Buyers will contact you directly via email and phone. 

How to Create a listing

 


Why Sell with Bsale?

 

 

Appear before genuine buyers
Genuine Buyers
Appear in front of genuine Australian business buyers. We have been connecting people since 2000. 

Enquiries directly to you
Direct Enquiries
Phone and email enquiries are sent directly to you, so you can make contact straight away. No delays.
Appear in Bsale Magazine
Leading eMagazine
Published bi-monthly the Bsale eMagazine is the best source for business broker advice with over 100 pages. 

 

 

Your Guide to Selling a Business

 

Your guide to selling a business

 


What Our Clients are Saying

 

Selling a Business Privately FAQ's

Selling a business privately means you are selling it without the assistance of a business broker or agent. The sale of your business will require a solicitor to prepare the necessary legal paperwork and an accountant to analyse your tax obligations and prepare financial documents. 

> Your Guide to Selling a Business

Bsale is an advertising platform dedicated to driving enquiries. Our goal is to send quality leads to our clients (business owners, brokers and franchise groups) so they can negotiate and ultimately sell the business. So whilst we cannot 'sell your business' we can generate you the leads and find the potential buyer, so you can sell your own business. 

No, Bsale is an advertising website with the goal of generating leads for your sale. We have a flat advertising rate. 

It is a good idea to use a lawyer, solicitor or conveyancer when selling a business as you want the sale to be legally binding.

A good commercial business lawyer will walk you through the entire sale process; this includes preparing necessary documents and guiding negotiations. You want to ensure you are properly represented in the business sale so everything runs smoothly through to settlement. The buyer may also engage a solicitor during due diligence and negotiations. 

> Your Guide to Selling a Business

The best way to assess what your business is worth it to get a market appraisal. Business brokers will provide you with a market appraisal of what they think your business could sell for. Appraisals are often provided free of charge by a broker as they would like you to become a client, and it’s part of their sales process, though some may charge a fee. There can be many variations in a business’s appraisals, depending on the broker's perspective and what they consider valuable. 

It is a good idea to approach three business brokers who understand your industry and have experience selling your type of business. There is no point applying a calculation you find online as businesses are so varied, you want to get an accurate appraisal for the current market conditions. At the end of the day, you want to know what your business could sell for in the current market and ensure it’s priced correctly and is not too high or too low.

> Your Guide to Selling a Business

> How to Choose the Right Business Broker

> Find a Business Broker

If you are selling a small business (under $100,000) many owners choose to sell it privately or by themselves. You will need to get the business prepared, market it for sale, find a buyer, negotiate, exchange contracts and reach settlement and handover. 

You need to engage the following professionals to ensure you understand the legal process and tax obligations:

  • Solicitor / Conveyancer / Lawyer
  • Accountant

> Your Guide to Selling a Business

You can sell your business without a broker on Bsale. We are an advertising and marketing platform dedicated to finding buyers for business owners and their agents. 

> Your Guide to Selling a Business

 

Yes. It’s important to have an exit strategy as part of your business plan. An exit strategy will outline what happens to the business when the current owner decides it's time to leave. The strategy could involve selling to a competitor, engaging a business broker, transferring ownership to a family member or selling privately.  It will outline when is the best time to sell; perhaps when net profit reaches a certain point, when the owners plan to move, when a patent or trademark is approved or when the owner is ready to retire.

In reality, very few business owners have an exit strategy and usually sell their business when life forces the sale, such as; relocating, sickness, retirement, increased expenses or downturn in profit. If you give yourself enough time to plan your business sale, you can set up an exit strategy. 

> Your Guide to Selling a Business

FSBO means ‘for sale by owner’. It is a common term used in the real estate industry when someone is selling their own property. It is sometimes used in business sales, though it is more commonly referred to as a ‘private seller’. 

Our packages are based on 3 months, 6 months, or until sold. 

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The best way to sell your small business is with the assistance of professionals. You want to make sure you have the right people around you to guide you through the process. Depending on your business’s circumstances, you may choose to sell it privately or via a business broker. You will need to have an accountant and lawyer to assist with the necessary documents. 

> Your Guide to Selling a Business

> How to Choose the Right Business Broker

Capital gains tax applies to business sales in Australia. There are currently four small business concessions that could reduce your CGT payable. It is important to get the assistance of an accountant early on when you're preparing to sell as it could affect when and how the sale is structured. 

A helpful section on the ATO website outlines what happens when changing, selling or closing a business.  

> Your Guide to Selling a Business

 

Useful Resouces

 

 

Bsale Magazine

Leading digital magazine created by professionals for business owners.

Read

 

Your Guide to Selling

Understand the 16 Steps from preparing your business for sale to settlement. 

Read

 

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