Buying or selling, we
are effective and professional. We get results, and stay
with the deal from beginning to end.
As an Auto Dealership Broker, D.T. Murphy & Company must qualify prospective buyers
as to their professional and financial qualifications. In
addition, it is necessary for prospective buyers to sign
our confidentiality agreement. This not only protects the
seller from letting key employees and the general public
know that the dealership is for sale, it also protects the
potential buyers future investment. The sensitivity of transactions
of this nature can never be overstated.
If you are thinking of buying a dealership,
please print out the confidentiality agreement and registration
form located on the bottom of this page. If you prefer for
us to send you a copy, please call us. The registration
will enable us to accurately categorize your automotive
interests and locate "the right deal."
Unlike other dealership brokers, D.T.
Murphy & Company does not charge "buyers"
any fees whatsoever.
The primary reason to list with D.T.
Murphy & Company is buyers. We have over 200 registered
buyers looking for the right deal. Perhaps it is yours.
Additionally, D.T. Murphy & Company qualified buyers
as to their financial and professional ability in order
to be approved by the factory. This saves a selling dealer
time and money and enables the dealer to concentrate on
the difficult business of running the dealership.
If you are considering selling your
dealership, rest assured that our free consultation will
be in strict and total confidence.
D.T. Murphy and Company will advertise
your dealership in the Automotive News until the dealership
is sold. Advertising copy is always reviews and approved
by the selling dealer prior to being submitted.
Our brokerage fee represents a small
percent of the selling price of the dealership, and is agreed
upon prior to the signing of a listing agreement.
We understand the importance of keeping
the listings and buy-sell quiet. Qualified buyers all must
sign our confidentiality agreement which states that the
buyer must "keep all information received by us in
strict confidence." We recommend that the employees
of the dealership be notified of a sale to a new owner only
after a factory approval is obtained.