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With reference to hospitality properties you would like to offer for sale or rent we are able to list the following Hotels, Inns, Restaurants, Bed & Breakfast, Guest Houses, Camp Sites & Self Catering establishments, if your property falls into an area which is not mentioned please contact as we may be able to add the type of establishment you wish to market.
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Continue to operate your hospitality business
We frequently see people who have taken the decision to sell their hospitality business for a variety of reasons, including the fact that they are getting ready to retire, wish to focus on other business interests, or simply wish to try something new. The problem is that it is possible for them to have already begun "winding down" the business prior to making the choice to sell it before they realised they needed to sell it. Because a busy hospitality firm typically requires the assistance of all available employees, occupancy rates begin to fall, and revenues begin to fall along with them. Because a buyer is not going to pay for the profit that you are not earning, I cannot stress the necessity of concentrating on the business right up until the time that the sale goes through enough.
Nobody should be unable to be replaced.
The majority of purchasers want to be assured that at least for the first few months after the sale, there will be some degree of continuity in the way the hospitality accommodation is managed. If there is an existing management team that is capable of running the hotel etc without the present owners input, then the buyer will have more trust in the owners selling the company and moving on. Although there are people in place to whom responsibilities can be passed over, this is done too late in the day, and as a result, the buyer considers it necessary for a longer hand-over period from the sellers. Often, we find that the sellers don't give any real consideration to this, and although there are people in place to whom responsibilities can be passed over, this is done too late in the day. Making yourself "disposable" is the key to success in this endeavour; the less the company and the secondary management team rely on you, the better off they will be.