Looking to sell your business? With our no risk approach to selling we've helped thousands of small business owners sell their businesses.

We sell more businesses faster
We're selling more businesses than other brokers, and we are selling them faster. With an average sale agreed in just 6 months. That's half of the time other agents expect to have you sold.

No advertising fees up-front
We won't charge you up-front to advertise on the main business for sale platforms. We're focused on getting your business sold and not selling to you.*

Hilton Smythe guarantee
100% guarantee to advertise your business on all of our third party platforms, throughout your instruction, including BFS.com, Daltons and Rightmove. Other brokers may only advertise on one or two platforms at a time.**

No minimum periods or cancellation fees
We don't commit you to a minimum period and we won't charge you a cancellation fee; we just ask for 6 weeks' notice to end your agreement with us, so if you don't like us, you're free to go elsewhere.

Help with Finance
Helping buyers access finance to buy your business.

Other key reasons to use us:

  • Our reputation stands before us. Feefo
  • We have strong links with finance brokers and banks to help your buyer finance their purchase
  • Named sales negotiator handles your business sale so they get to know you and you get to know them
  • Dedicated sales progression team. We really dohold your hand through the legal process, helping you complete all the necessary paperwork and ensuring the sale completes as quickly and as smoothly as possible.

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* Please Note - both inbound outbound calls may be recorded for training, review and monitoring purposes. Calls cost 2 pence per minute service charge plus your own phone provider's access charge. Your phone provider can confirm your access charge.

*If you require an EPC, there will be a charge upfront for your EPC. **Confidential or discreet sales will be advertised on some different platforms to maintain confidentiality. ***Legal fees included on asset sales only. You may have to pay towards your landlord solicitor costs. Full terms and conditions apply. Disclaimer: You may be liable to two fees
if you are on the market with another agent.

If you are buying a business, you're in the right place.

Looking for your dream business? Look no further. Hilton Smythe have a variety of small businesses for sale across the UK; from Scotland to London, we have it covered. Check out our popular businesses for sale by clicking a link below or searching above:

Bakery for sale
Beauty salon for sale
Bed and breakfast for sale
Café for sale
Clothes shop for sale
Convenience store
Fish and Chip shops
Florist for sale
Guest house for sale
Hotel for sale
Newsagent for sale
Off licence for sale
Post office for sale
Pub for sale
Restaurants for sale
Sandwich bar for sale
Takeaway for sale
Tea room for sale



Need help? Check out our popular guides, tips and blogs on buying your dream business:

6 steps to buying a bed and breakfast

What you need to know when buying a business

Buying a business glossary


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