Route Tycoon

compilation of all routes for sale from various brokers below

RouteTycoon currently is NOT selling any FedEx routes directly, which better 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. You can also sort by valuation to find routes selling for under-valued routes.

BEWARE OF “CHEAP” ROUTES:
Remember that sometimes cheap routes are a bargain, but sometimes they’re a disaster for untrained buyers. Regardless of previous business experience, it is impossible to know the difference without understanding the FedEx model specifically. 

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 is updated often and was updated last on: March 21, 2021.