24 Sep Selling Your Home Health Care Company
You’ve built a successful home health care company based on the principles of helping those in need. As you begin to consider selling your company it is important to seek out a trusted advisor who will show you the same level of care and attention that you give your patients. When you begin considering a sale you will likely have many questions. Our team of licensed investment bankers are here to help you navigate the waters of sell-side mergers and acquisitions.
Our tried and true process begins with learning about you, the business you have built, and your goals for a transaction. With this information we are able to discuss various transaction structures and how to approach the sale in a manner that will fetch the highest price.
In addition to valuation, other factors that should be considered prior to selling include:
- The types of consideration and deal structures available.
- Timing issues and potential non-compete and non-solicit requirements.
It is critical to seek expert help when answering the above and other questions before entering the market. Similar to health care, knowledge is power in our industry and being proactive, as opposed to reactive, can be the difference between a successful deal and a situation where all parties are disappointed.
Our experienced team helps prepare pitch decks that will make the right impression on prospective buyers. We also help you evaluate various deal structures and prepare for the lengthy and detailed due diligence process.
If you have additional questions or would like to learn more about the sell-side process, the many posts from our M&A blog are full of information. All our content is created by our team of experienced bankers. If you have questions, we would welcome the opportunity to hear from you and learn more about the home health care company you have built.