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Pharmacy Returns - are pharmacy returns reasonable

PBS Reforms combined with the impact of the recent credit crunch have driven many pharmacists to ask the question - should the prices being paid for pharmacies come down? In the context of the current economic climate, many expect that returns should increase to reflect the increasing uncertainty and/or risks about pharmacy. But is this the case?

Pharmacy returns

Pharmacy business sales brokers generally refer to the capitalisation rate as the return on investment. But is it?

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Value & Price: Are They The Same?

What's the difference between value and price? Surely, the value is what someone is willing to pay for the business! Or is it? And, does the difference justify the investment or matter?

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Loan Repayments - What Should I Expect

How long will it take me to pay off my loan?

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Pharmacy Valuation

When looking at pharmacy cap rates, does the owners wage get accounted for before before the calculation is made to derive the return on investment figure? (EBIT FIGURE)

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Is Anyone Listening? Be Alert When Purchasing A Pharmacy

Don't pay the seller for what you bring to the table!

Emotion and fear are often the twin drivers for the purchase of a pharmacy. This is particularly so where a competitor is thought to looking at the same opportunity.

Brokers are very skilled at creating the 'pressure pot' for sales and a quick decision. They drive the emotional factor! They will often encourage the purchaser, to never mind the reported results and think about what "you could do with this business" and, as a result, have the purchaser pay a premium to the seller for value yet to be created by the purchaser.

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