Our sales agents not only have years of experience in the industry, but are backed up by in-house Chartered Accountants who are able to guide you through the business valuation
process. Capital Gains tax, Inheritance tax, and tax planning
are all areas which need to be considered when buying or selling a business. Very few other business transfer agents have the in-house expertise to guide you in the right direction.
Whether you are seeking to buy a business in Scotland or have businesses for sale in Scotland, Jacob & Jones offer a fresh approach with a personal touch. As a seller you are able to take advantage of unmatched promotion of your business to qualified purchasers and as a buyer you receive the freshest database of businesses for sale in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Ayrshire or anywhere in Scotland with the most accurate and trustworthy detailed information.
At Jacob and Jones we also assist those looking for a long-term investment in commercial property. For example, are you reaching retirement and looking for an investment where you can earn 8% – 15% per annum? Most people immediately think residential buy to lets are a sensible proposition. We wouldn’t necessarily disagree, however, we would encourage our clients to look further afield in term of ideas. For example, have you considered commercial property? The main advantage of commercial property letting is the massive reduction in the “hassle” factor which is inevitable when renting residential property. Commercial property is most usually let on a full repair and replacement basis. This basically means that the tenant is fully responsible for all repairs and maintenance on the property. All you need to do is collect the monthly rent. Imagine, no broken boilers, no burst pipes, no broken washing machines, etc. If this type of investment sounds good, Jacob and Jones are perfectly placed to assist you.
Whatever background you have, with the support of our dedicated team we will be able to guide you through the investment process and offer professional advice. For straight forward information on questions to ask when buying a business, see our guide on our buying page.
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