If you’re looking to sell your medical transportation business, it is extremely important that you become organized. If your sale process is sloppy, buyers will assume that your business is run just as carelessly and will be less likely to express interest. First, make sure you are very familiar with both your facility and your vehicle lease agreements. These will probably be one of the first things potential buyers want to investigate, and it helps the sale process run smoothly if you are able to answer their questions. Know how much of your term remains, your transferability options, and any penalties for potentially breaking the lease.
Another critical component of your sale process that absolutely must be organized are the income statements and balance sheets. Potential buyers want to know what kind of business your company does. They want to know how much money they have the potential to make should they purchase your business, so help them determine what they stand to gain by organizing your financial information clearly. For these and more tips, visit thetenneygroup.com. The Tenney Group can help you get organized every step of the way to ensure your ambulance business sale is a successful one.