Earn Referral Fees
Do you have a friend or associate who owns a U.S. Pharmacy business?
Would that person be ready to retire, or be looking for an exit strategy for any reason, and is considering selling their pharmacy business?
Do you know any pharmacy owners with a single store, or a small drug store chain, that is looking to expand their business and they need financing to accomplish their growth plans?
PharmacyValuations.com will pay you a referral fee when you refer a deal to us, we close the transaction with that pharmacy, and we are paid our standard fees. We do not increase our fees to cover your
participation, so it doesn’t cost your friend
any more to have you refer the deal to us.
Referral Fees, which are sometimes called Finders Fees, are ways of earning money by a simple method of referring an acquisition, or financing deal, to an experienced party that has the specialized knowledge to close the deal that most benefits the pharmacy owner.
There are residential real estate agents, commercial real estate agents, and business brokers who attempt to move a pharmacy transaction through the same process they would a different type of
business transaction. There are accountants and attorneys who have had a professional relationship with a pharmacy owner for a long period of time. Wanting to protect their client they attempt to
handle the transaction
People who jump to the conclusion that the transfer of a drug store business can be handled the same way they would sell other businesses can make detrimental errors that cost the pharmacy owner.
The pharmacy industry is heavily regulated. Mishandling the transfer of customer files, or inventory, could send somebody to prison.
There are nuances of a pharmacy transaction that are not present with other industries. It is the small details that will maximize the value of the pharmacy business putting the largest deposit into the seller’s bank account. Glossing over the details or pretending all business transactions are the same won’t lead to the best results for the seller of a pharmacy business.
Pharmacy owners are experts behind the counter and running the pharmacy. Attorneys, accountants, real estate agents, and others are experts at what they do. However, none of them close pharmacy transactions on a regular basis and simply are not on the front lines learning the changing nuances and regulations that will make or break a deal.
To maximize the benefit for the pharmacy it is logical to have somebody who handles pharmacy transactions on a daily basis working on behalf of the pharmacy owner. When a pharmacy owner will benefit
from the services of a pharmacy industry expert, is there a moral or ethical obligation to make sure they know about the opportunity and are allowed to make an informed decision to use those
services? Did you know that utilizing a pharmacy industry expertise will bring higher purchase prices for
the seller and better financing for the business owner without a reduction of
what they will deposit?
Because we do this every day. We study the industry. We are constantly involved in pharmacy transactions. Expertise comes with experience.
Refer a deal to us and let our experience benefit the pharmacy owner you know and care about.
Contact Us to learn about the referral process.