The Management Rights Market

Buying Management Rights, Selling Management Rights, market outlook, etc

Back when real estate wasn’t as expensive, multipliers weren’t as high and banks didn’t care as much about serviceability as they did security, buying a lot with a business all worked without much of an issue. That has changed (noticeably for high value real estate with shorter term management rights agreements), which has led to us receiving lots of requests from clients about separating their lot from their management rights business.  Every management rights business is different. There are no hard and fast rules, but in general terms, these are the issues that come if you want to consider doing breaking that link. Let’s startRead More →

Contributed By: Patrick Bell - FNX Finance on

Today we present the seventh in our series of analysis on the selling market for Management and Letting Rights (MLR).  We have been collating this data quarterly since June 2017 and the following is a broad summary; ·      Stock levels are continuing to slightly decrease from our January 2019 update. ·       This has largely been in the holiday space, with permanents increasing. ·       The average listing period of all buildings has been 72 days in the last quarter.  With an additional 90-100 to complete settlement. ·       There is about 0.1x lower multiplier for Standard Agreements over Accommodation Agreements. There is the full detail and some simple graphs byRead More →

Contributed By: Accommodation Business Brokers on

Most accommodation business owners eventually reach a point in their careers when they consider selling the business so they can enjoy the fruits of their hard work. If you are at this point yourself, now could be a good time to sell. The job market has cooled down so more people are looking to control their own destinies by running their own businesses. The trick when you have an accommodation business for sale is to make your business the most attractive option for people wanting to make a purchase. So, how can you do this? Follow these three essential tips for selling a motel, caravanRead More →

Contributed By: Resort Brokers on

One of North Queensland’s premier boutique hotels has put its management rights up for sale with price expectations of up to $6 million for the high-performing property. [ View this Port Douglas Management-Rights ] The Port Douglas Peninsula Boutique Hotel, an adults-only retreat on the beachfront at Four Mile Beach, generates an outstanding net annual income of more than a million dollars through its luxury suites and popular restaurant. With 33 newly decorated one-bedroom suites featuring beautifully furnished interiors with magnificent ocean and pool views from private balconies, the Peninsula Boutique Hotel boasts a high occupancy rate of 80 percent. ResortBrokers Australia North Queensland specialistRead More →

Contributed By: Wesley Venz. Principle of Venz Management Rights Buyers Agency on

In today’s market place, buyers have to be aware of what they are up against. Buying right involves being fully informed on the business you are intending to invest in and the associated risks involved within that industry. Choose a business you’re comfortable with that feels right, where you can imagine yourself running the business day-to-day – it’s a business that you can live and work from. Look inside the industry: are there special skills needed, government regulations, licenses required? Are you up to these challenges and commitments? Management Rights is no different to any other small business, which is why you need to lookRead More →

Contributed By: Resort Brokers on

Industry experts will field questions from guests eager to pursue opportunities in the Management Rights sector at a gathering to be presented by ResortBrokers on the Gold Coast at the end of April. Designed to assist newcomers to the industry, the ‘Management Rights Made Easy’ evening will be the latest in a long-running program of popular events conducted by ResortBrokers in the coastal tourism and lifestyle hotspot. Hosted at the Arundel offices of accommodation software specialist Hirum, the event gathers industry experts from various professions to share their extensive experience. New and intending building managers will enjoy quizzing the specialists in a relaxed forum thatRead More →

Contributed By: Wesley Venz of Venz Management Rights Buyers Agency on

Ten years of experience, or one year of experience ten times over? While many people claim to be experts or specialists in their chosen profession, how can you know if they really are? Maybe they have been doing the same job year after year, but have not become any more knowledgeable or accomplished than when they first started. There is competition in every industry, but there has never been more than there is now in management rights. Currently listed on the service directory of on-site manager, there are 51 law firms, 33 accountancy practices, 23 financial institutions, and 59 real estate agencies. How many individualsRead More →

Contributed By: Resort Brokers on

AN investment syndicate formed with the express aim of gaining a foothold in the Gold Coast’s lucrative management rights industry has secured a premium Main Beach apartment business off-market in a $4 million-plus deal just settled. Specialist accommodation sector agency RESORTBROKERS confirmed it had successfully concluded the sale of the Pacific Views Resort management rights based on a 6-times multiplier. “A group of investors had already been assembled so we were able to go to the vendor with a syndicate and operating partner ready, which meant we had it under offer within less than a fortnight,” said RESORTBROKERS’ Todd Warner, who negotiated the deal withRead More →

Contributed By: Chris Rowe of Accommodation Business Brokers on

With mining booms every few years, the fly-in-fly-out (FIFO) or drive-in-drive-out (DIDO) market also booms. Those who own accommodation properties in key areas will benefit during the boom times. Townsville is one such location. About FIFO/DIDO workers FIFO workers come from all walks of life and operate in most industries. Most FIFO workers fall into the 35-54 years age group. Jobs for FIFO workers are diverse: health worker, road train operator, kitchen worker, metallurgist, mine planning engineer and solar farm workers. Although FIFO workers exist in many sectors, it’s in mining that the phenomenon has become known. Most mines are located in remote areas orRead More →