THINKING OF SELLING YOUR HEALTHCARE BUSINESS?
WHY CHOOSE ERNEST WILSON?
- No money up front
- Free valuations out of office hours if required
- Very discreet
- Local and National advertising
- Regular contact and updates
- In house dedicated buyers finance team
- Competitive fees
- Experienced valuers
- A huge database of purchasers
- Recommended by Solicitors and Accountants
- EPC assessors
FIVE EASY STEPS TO SELL YOUR BUSINESS
- Meet with one of our Valuers
- Your business goes live and starts to attract viewings
- Accept an offer
- We will assist you to ‘Exchanged’
To find out more, contact our team today for a FREE confidential valuation. We do not charge any money up front.
As the UK economy continues to recover in a post-Covid era, we are seeing an increase in applicants looking to purchase businesses across all sectors. This, coupled with banks’ increasing appetite to provide commercial finance makes it a great time to sell. If you are thinking of selling your business and would like to arrange a free confidential valuation, please do not hesitate to contact us.
MEET OUR HEALTHCARE TEAM
Mark Czajka - Director
Mark joined the firm in February 2019 after spending over 20 years running his own businesses in both the UK and US. Having sold these businesses, Mark then became a valuer and corporate sales negotiator with a national firm. Mark’s family owns a group of care homes in West Yorkshire and therefore has a first-hand understanding of the operational aspects in this sector. This, coupled with his vast experience in consulting for other business owners, well places him to advise seller clients.
Jason Payne - Valuer
Jason joined Ernest Wilson in June 2022 to further strengthen our Care Home Team, bringing with him sector specific experience in the Care Sector after a career in commercial property and business sales at a major national care agency. He is a Member of National Association of Estate Agents (Commercial) and holds the Certificate in Business Valuations from Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.