Compilation Of All Routes For Sale From Various Brokers Below

I am NOT a broker and therefore currently NOT selling any FedEx routes personally. This allows for unbiased due diligence training for buyers. 

LIST OF ALL ROUTES: 
Routes listed below are compiled from various broker’s websites and have not been examined by RouteTycoon. Use it to find a route in your area for sale and even sort by valuations to find underpriced routes.

BEWARE OF “CHEAP” ROUTES:
Remember that sometimes cheap routes are a bargain, but usually they’re a disaster for untrained buyers. Regardless of previous business experience, it is impossible to know the difference between a bargain and garbage without understanding the FedEx model specifically. This is also why only using “margins” to estimate net income can be a disastrous framework to use. 

BROKERS WORK FOR THE SELLER (NOT THE BUYER):
Brokers get paid by the seller upon selling it. Good brokers provide a valuable service, but it’s no coincidence that they want you to think the routes they’re selling is the best; it’s their job to market it.

BROKERS ARE NOT THE ENEMY: 
Many brokers can be very helpful and I highly recommend sellers use a broker as opposed to selling on their own. But remember a broker’s “consulting” advice for a buyer is inherently highly biased which may not be in your best interest. Sometimes brokers are misled by sellers as well. 

GETTING FULL INFO ON THE ROUTES: 
Use sites like BizQuest.com and BizBuySell.com to find the broker to find and get details on a route listed below.

DETERMINING THE BEST ROUTE TO BUY:
If you’re looking for help with evaluation with any of these FedEx routes, I strongly encourage you to get assistance with this process to understand FedEx-specific evaluation techniques.  

Reading the chart –
Numbers – Stated in thousands (k). Example – Asking price of 1499 would be $1,499,000.
Sales multiple (Valuation) – Multiple is the Ask Price divided by Net Income. Lower sales multiples sometimes means higher ROI and/or a shorter period for the business to pay itself off. Example – A sales multiple of 3x would imply that 3 years of the current stated net profit would result in the business paying itself off.

This list only updates every several weeks and is meant to give a quick pulse on valuations, supply, and general market trends for contract transfers. This list was updated last on: April 1, 2022.

FedEx Routes for Sale

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