One of the primary engines powering the Pacific Northwest economy are the privately held and family owned manufacturing plants, wholesale & distribution companies, retail businesses, technology firms, service companies, restaurants, and professional practices that operate within the borders of Washington, Oregon, & Idaho. IBA has successfully negotiated and facilitated the sale over 4000 companies from these seven general industry categories since 1975. Our past transactions have included retail businesses in regional malls, marine oriented manufacturing plants in coastal communities, celebrity owned restaurants, cat oriented veterinary hospitals, internet service providers, franchises, promotional product companies, accounting practices, neighborhood florist shops, art galleries, and even a wholesale balloon distributor.
The simple fact is that IBA in its over quarter century of representing business owners has sold almost every type of business that participates in the Pacific Northwest economy. This transactional experience provides IBA’s professional business brokers with the market knowledge required to successfully complete transactions for our clients that accurately incorporate current market conditions and industry specific information.
Located in Anchorage, Alaska, this non-medical home care firm is an established market leader. Their client coverage spans from Fairbanks in the interior of Alaska to Homer on the Kenai Peninsula.
The Company has more than 70 well-trained caregivers that currently provide 80 clients assistance with activities of daily living including personal care, meal preparation, and medical reminders that enable seniors to maintain their independence and age in the comfort of their homes.
The Company is well-positioned for future growth as the 65+ population in Alaska grew 58% between 2000 and 2011, the largest percentage increase of any state in the United States during that period. Current estimates for Alaska from 2013-2030 indicate a doubling of the current 65+ population.
Revenue of $2.3 million over the past twelve months was generated from a self-pay senior clientele that has the desire and resources to age at home. Owner Discretionary Profit was approximately $450,000 over the same period.
North of Anchorage, AK
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