Gunnink & Company Business Brokers

This business does approximately 80% of its sales in coffee (30kg per week).

Closes at 1pm.

Would nett owner/operator approximately $110,000 per annum.  Asking $169,000.

Please contact Jan Gunnink 9486 1000.

We are very happy to report that enquiries to purchase a business have substantially increased in the last 2 months.  Hopefully a good sign of things to come.  2017 will go down for us and for many other business brokers in town as one of the worst – if not the worst broking period in our time.

Things are on the up and deals are being done.  Time to buy now with business prices firming up and interest rates being still the lowest they have been in the last 40 years.


This near new fitness centre is now for sale.

Set up cost was $550,000.  Now available for $295,000 – walk in – walk out.  Vendor will offer some vendor finance.  Please make an enquiry to inspect this beautiful gym.

Contact JAN GUNNINK on 9486 1000

Great opportunity for a chef to create his own Restaurant.

Currently, run only five nights a week, closed Sundays and Mondays.

Rent only $795 per week.

The restaurant is licensed, fully equipped and has a great outside area as well.

This business is available for $125,000 plus stock.

Contact Jan Gunnink 9486 1000

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This is a unique opportunity to blow new life into this business.

Owners retiring after nearly 20 years. Only 6 days a week.

This business and location present huge untapped potential.

Will present any offers.

Asking $125,000, walk in walk out.

Excellent little business, 5 days per week, 4km from the city.

Good parking.  Owner will teach new proprietor everything about the business.

Currently has 2 part time staff working there as well.

Contact Jan Gunnink on 9486 1000

What a positive difference the last two months have been in the business broking industry!

Here at Gunnink & Co., we’ve noticed a three-fold increase in telephone inquiries and a five-fold increase in email inquiries. This compared to six months ago, is very encouraging business activity in Western Australia.

Having account figures ready and available for a purchaser provides speedier transactions and fosters good business relationship building.

This financial year is shaping up to be a strong year of business transacting on the back of some sluggish previous years. Business Insider is reporting that the Jobs report has “smashed expectations”, and that in the past three months we’ve seen the fastest pace of hiring since November 2004.

According to the ABS, employment jumped by 42,000 in seasonally adjusted terms, easily surpassing expectations for an increase of 10,000.

Additionally, NFIB is reporting that job openings and plans to create new jobs lead to increases in the small business optimism index by 1.6% to 105.2.

Here’s to a bright 2017 financial year!


Great little restaurant with a profitability of $100,000+ for one operator.

In Subiaco, only asking $165,000 plus stock.

Jan Gunnink 9486 1000

For email Jan Gunnink.


This near new cafe has a turnover of $400,000+ per annum.

No cooking, lots and lots of coffee.  Very easy to run.

Would nett husband & wife team $130,000 per annum.

All plant and equipment is near new.  ASKING $160,000 Plus Stock

Jan Gunnink 9486 1000

Email contact Jan Gunnink

According to business reporter Michael Janda from ABC news, the US federal reserve interest rates are on the rise. He comments that in a globalised market, investors are likely to put their cash in places which attract higher interest rates. Naturally, as that happens, the local market will respond, and Australian banks will be forced to raise their rates accordingly.

So if you are genuinely looking for a business, the time to lock the interest rates is now for the next few years now and you be glad to have done so!

Business sales have been very depressed over the last 18 months and the multiples of (net profit) buying a business have dropped significantly in the last years, so now is the perfect time to buy the perfect business!