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Is now the right time to sell your business?

For many owners, deciding whether to sell their business, and often their livelihood is a difficult choice and almost every seller needs to decide whether or not it is a good time to sell.

Here at Howells, we have seen steady levels in demand and, despite the recent economic instability, the number of sales being completed in the business transfer market remains high.

There are more serious buyers around, interest rates remain at a record low, and c…

With corporate life changing for many the desire for a lifestyle change is a major reason why former company high flyers look to take on a new challenge.  A recent sale by our Somerset regional office reflects what is available.

Recently sold by Everett Masson & Furby is the renowned Periwinkle Tea Rooms, attractively located on a National Trust Estate on Exmoor, close to the Somerset coast and the well known coastal town of Minehead.

Periwinkle Cottage Tea Room is a truly characterful, quali…

After nearly three years in the doldrums, the Business Transfer market is back on form reports Andrew Wilby of nationally represented Business Transfer Agents, E M & F (Everett Masson & Furby).

Finance is available despite the banks previous reserve in supporting small businesses, they are now beginning to compete with each other, deals are now starting to complete again and buyers are opening their front doors and seeing a "ray of sunlight" in achieving their goal to buy a business.

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With its vibrant Cities of Cardiff, Swansea and Newport, historic market towns and numerous thriving villages coupled to a back drop of stunning coastlines and mountains, business buyers are continuing to be attracted to the businesses Wales has to offer. The country is growing in desirability, representing exceptional value.

As a major player in the Welsh Business Transfer market, Mark Harrison, of Everett Masson & Furby (Wales) comments, "2010 so far has seen a growing and sustained demand…

“We will maintain and invest in the Post Office Network and protect community Post Offices”.  George Osborne, speaking in his comprehensive spending review October 20th.

After many years of being used as a political football the “Post Office” finally seems to have a future and the network of around 11,500 Post Office has an assured future.

“Lying at the Heart of the Community Post Offices are one of the all time favourite business buys, and with government support, interest is returning to th…

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