Looking to Buy with Barker Business Brokerage


Firstly, if you have not already done so, please register on our database and complete your personal buyer profile. Once you have registered, you simply only need to click “Submit a Confidentiality Agreement” for each business you are interested in finding out more about. The confidentiality agreement will automatically be sent to the salesperson who is selling that particular business.


When a business is marketed, there can be as many as 200 plus enquiries. The salesperson will always do their best to contact you in a timely manner however this process can also take time and your patients is greatly appreciated.


The salesperson will then contact you to make an appointment here at our Rosedale based office or email you a detailed Information Memorandum (IM) of the business opportunity if you are unable to visit us. This however will depend on the business owner’s instructions of how they wish the process to be carried out. Once you have met with the sales person about a business you are interested in, had a look over the IM and would like to proceed further with making an offer, the salesperson you are talking with will put all this together in a Sales & Purchase Agreement, assist you with any additional clauses, advise you how to go about doing you due diligence and ensuring both you and the vendor are satisfied.


Buying a business can be one of the biggest purchases a person will make in their life so make sure you do it right, speak with us first. 




  • Alan from Barker Business was the best thing that happened to us! — Cameron Holm.

  • I have found Barker Business Brokers to be a highly professional and innovative company. Their dedicated team of more than 10 experienced and energetic brokers impressed me immensely. — Brian Douglas.

  • Alan is a very genuine businessman. We were kept well informed throughout the whole process. His communication was prompt and professional, and he works with integrity. — Robert Marson.

  • Brett expertly picked the correct purchasers out of many, and an offer was made in two days after going on the market. Four weeks later the business was sold. — Karen Franklin.


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