Small Texas Pharmacy Wanted
A small Texas pharmacy to purchase is wanted by a qualified buyer. If you are a pharmacy owner you have probably been contacted by pharmacy and grocery chains, along with business brokers, about selling your pharmacy. This drug store buyer is looking for a small TX pharmacy, which the major chains usually avoid or only pay low ball prices for the files because these small stores don’t fit the chain buyer parameters.
To maximize the value of a pharmacy, drug store owners should work with a company such as PharmacyValuations.com who has a long track record of working exclusively in the pharmacy industry. You will not be required to sign a long Listing Agreement with a business broker who sells all types of businesses, but may have never sold a pharmacy.
This is a great opportunity if you are considering selling your pharmacy, but you will need to act quickly, because unlike the chains, this buyer will only be purchasing one drug store. If you own a small pharmacy in the state of TX, and are considering selling your store, please Contact Us as soon as possible.
Many small drug stores don’t meet the parameters of the large drug store chains, so this limits the selling opportunities for pharmacies with business owners who are seeking to retire, or need an exit strategy. When you are interested in selling your TX pharmacy, whether it is a closed door shop, retail location, hospital pharmacy, or a drug store located within a grocery store, you can obtain a free pharmacy business valuation by clicking here.
All information is kept confidential. We will only provide the buyer an Executive Summary when you are ready to move forward. If the calculated value, or for any other reason, is not where you want it to be then no information will be shared with this buyer, or any other source. We have been conducting business in the pharmacy industry for 14 years and we understand the confidentiality the owners of pharmacies desire.
When you are ready to move forward with an acquisition we will provide you a list of information that assists the buyer with their due diligence. This process is common in the acquisition of all types of businesses. The pharmacy buyer will decide if the store, location, etc., meets their needs, and then a meeting will be scheduled with you for a buyer visit to survey the location.
Again this buyer will only be buying one pharmacy in Texas, so please act with some urgency if you are considering selling your drug store.