How to Sell My Business in Canada? A Guide by Ontario Commercial Group

steps in selling your business in Canada. Acting as an intermediary, Ontario Commercial Group can help you overcome many difficult situations that arise during negotiations that could be detrimental to the completion of your transaction.


Deciding to Sell or Not

There are many reasons why business owners choose to sell their business—a desire to retire or simply hand over succession to other family members are some of the reasons. Irrespective of your reasons,e there are certain factors you need to keep in mind that will help you decide whether to sell your business or not. The first factor is the timing of your life and the second is market timing.

The first factor, which is timing in your life, can be a deciding factor in whether to sell your business or keep improving it. If you are considering retiring, you should first understand that retirement is something different for each individual, and there is no particular age that must be put in place to pressure you to retire. The best step is to consult an expert who knows the real value of your business and has sold similar businesses before. The key is not to be afraid of selling your business and getting out of it while your business is already strong and healthy.

The second factor is market timing in Selling Business In Ontario. For instance, if there is a recession going on, it would be very difficult to sell anything that isn’t a fire sale. To know the best market timing to sell your business, there should be confidence in the market, and you should be able to access inexpensive capital at low interest rates. The key is to sell your business when it has a good management team in place, sales are thriving, your industry is also growing, and the outside economy is thriving too.

Accurate Valuation

Accurate business valuation is highly important to make sure that the price of your business is reasonable and that you don’t overprice or undervalue its worth. The best way to do this is by hiring a business appraiser who will help you get an accurate valuation.


An appraiser will draw up a detailed explanation of the worth of your business. The documentation done by them will add credibility to asking for the price and can also