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Connecting business buyers to sellers for over 18 Years in Australasia, the LINK experience is tailored to cater to everyone interested in buying a business. Whether you are a first time buyer, looking to enter the market; a franchisor, searching for franchisees; or seasoned buyer looking to expand – LINK will make the buying process as smooth and hassle free as possible.

There is no cost when buying through a broker like LINK – the fee is paid by the seller.

To ensure the best possible service, LINK is split into 5 specialist divisions:

  • General Business
  • Tourism & Leisure
  • Corporate
  • Franchise
  • Rural
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Recommended Reading for buyers

Creative Funding and Financing Options for Buying a Business in New Zealand

Raising capital to purchase a New Zealand business isn't always an easy task, though entrepreneurs who are willing to think creatively do have numerous options. The obvious options are lender financing through a bank or other top-tier credit organisations. The benefits of going this route includ...

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5 Reasons to Buy a Business as an Investment

Buying a business in any industry can be a good investment if you’re willing to work a bit for both stability and financial return. Some people think they can buy a business and let others run it, creating a passive income for themselves. While this isn’t an impossible dream, it’s ...

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Five Reasons to buy a Motel or Management Rights

Experts will tell you that buying into a hospitality or accommodation business isn’t for the faint-hearted, but if you’re willing to put in the work and learn the details of the business, you can take advantage of a number of benefits other than profit or pay. Here’s a look at five...

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How to Find the Perfect Business to Buy

As business brokers, we like to believe that there is a buyer for every business, if it makes a profit. How long it would take to find a buyer and how much they are prepared to pay for it depends entirely on how the business is presented, how the business is marketed and how the business is valued. ...

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Buyers Mandate: What You Need to Know about Brokers Working for Buyers

The Real Estate Agents Authority (REAA) mandates that brokers working for the seller put the seller's best interests ahead of buyer desires, which means those brokers work to get the highest possible price for their clients. REAA rules also state that brokers can't quote properties they don&...

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Management Rights in Mount Maunganui

It's a holiday paradise. It's a place of fun and relaxation. It's Mount Maunganui.

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Buying or Selling a Motel - What Information is Necessary?

When buying a motel, it's important to understand the business financials. Typically, these will be present in documents provided by the seller during the purchase process. The right documents let the buyer verify the financial health of the business and the various obligations that may come wit...

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Tourism Looks Healthy for NZ to 2022

2022 Tourism Looks Healthy for New Zealand New Zealand tourism shows substantial promise, with a very healthy outlook to 2022. Currently, the tourist sector directly employs 7.5 percent of the New Zealand workforce, and total expenditure was $34.7 billion for year-end 2016. Tourism generated about ...

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Lease Terms and What you Need to Know

Make Good In the context of a lease, “make good” is the process through which the tenant affects repairs to the building upon removal of the goods. In particular, it often refers to repairing damage to the walls caused by fixtures such as wall hangings, but it can refer to any other form...

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Understanding Management Rights

Buyers looking to get into the tourism industry need to consider a variety of aspects, including management rights. However, there's a significant difference between motel leases and management rights, and it’s crucial to understand this difference.

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Buying a Substantial Business

The sole focus of the LINK's Corporate division is businesses priced from $1 million to $50 million.  Our team of senior brokers is highly experienced, each with many years’ experience. They know the market and will guide you through the stages involved in finding a suitable business ...

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Buying a Motel - Lease vs Freehold Going Concern (FHGC)

Comparing the benefits of lease and freehold arrangements when buying a motel business.

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What to do Before you Buy a Motel Business

What to do before you buy a motel business

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Buying a Franchise Business

Franchising is often described as being like a marriage – a long-term relationship where both parties must trust and respect one another.

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Buying a Farm or Rural Business

LINK Rural was formed to address the need of rural business owners to have a better quality of agency conducting the sales process.

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