Selling a Hospitality Business

The professionals at The Hearthside Group recognize the need for specialized brokerage services for the hospitality industry. We understand the unique challenge involved with selling hospitality properties and have the expertise to market them successfully.  Each member of our staff has had direct experience in owning or operating a hospitality property.

The Hearthside Group provides consulting for the transfer of inns throughout the United States.  Although licensed in Vermont and New Hampshire, we work with local real estate professionals in other states to maximize our combined knowledge of local realty laws with unmatched hospitality and transfer process experiences to provide the best possible experience for you,  the seller.  Regardless of your location, give us a call to see how we can help you sell your inn…when you do,  your inquiry is handled in the strictest confidence, promptly and professionally by a unique sales staff.

Before listing any property,  financial statements are analyzed in detail, the property is visited, and in-depth discussions are held with the owners. The property is given careful consideration to determine a proper selling price, taking into consideration how that price will fit into the current hospitality real estate market.

Buyers are carefully qualified before being introduced to a particular property. We have an extensive list of buyers for all types of hospitality businesses in all price ranges.

Since 1998, our company has worked with some of the finest properties in the country ranging from small restaurants, inns, B&B’s and large full-service inns and resorts, along with stunning lakefront properties.  Let us put our experience to work for you to find a qualified buyer for your hospitality or lakefront residential property.

We are proud of our work with these fine establishments and properties over the years, please click here to see a complete list:

“Transactions In Which We Have Participated”.

 

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