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How to Ensure Confidentiality of Data During a Transaction

If you are buying or selling a business you will want to know how to ensure confidentiality of data, particularly when it comes to route business opportunities. A breach of data can not only give your competitor's an advantage if the deal falls through, but you also risk losing or upsetting current employees who may be unaware of your plans to sell. During what can be a stressful and emotional time, including a time-consuming due diligence process on both sides, you will need to make sure all information is safeguarded to the max.  Here are a few tips on how to ensure confidentiality of data.
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Common Mistakes Owners Make With FedEx Ground Routes for Sale

Before putting your FedEx ground routes for sale, you will want to make sure you do not commit one of these costly errors. You put your blood, sweat, and tears to build your independent business into a juggernaut.  Yet despite all of the care and attention that you poured into your business while you were actively looking to grow it, there's a shocking reality out there: You would be astonished at how many people either mail it in or make foolish errors when going to sell their business. It might be the last step of a journey for the seller, but it is a critical one. Let's clear up a few misconceptions and help YOU avoid errors/issues when it comes time to sell your routes.
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FedEx Independent Contractor Job Types

Did you know that you can work as your own boss while leveraging the global presence and brand identity of a multinational company? Becoming a FedEx independent contractor might be exactly what you’re looking for in your next professional step, but first, you need to learn more about what that means for you.
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Signs It Is Time to Sell Your FedEx Routes

Is it time to sell your FedEx routes? This ties back to a more general question: How do you know when it’s time to call it quits on your business? The pros and cons of selling a business should be weighed heavily, but often the reasons for selling might be staring you right in the face. It all comes down to identifying, analyzing, recognizing the signs and taking action to sell your routes!
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Is Buying a FedEx Route a Good Investment?

The entrepreneurial spirit shines brightly in many Americans who yearn to be independent business owners, and many of those folks look into buying a FedEx route. And with good reason. As a relatively sound and stable investment, FedEx routes can show an average increase of 15% per year.
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FedEx Route Sales Prices on the Rise

Over the years, we've kept a close eye on the trends associated with FedEx route sales, FedEx route prices, and the factors affecting each.  As brokers of FedEx routes, our clients depend on us to provide sage advice when it comes to route pricing, initiatives to increase value, identifying the right time to sell, etc.
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How Long Will it Take to Sell My FedEx Routes?

It's a question we receive almost daily.  FedEx contractors contemplating the sale of their routes often first want to understand the timeline that goes along with a successful sale.  The process of selling a set of FedEx routes has a wide number of variables that contribute to the timeline - both controllable and non-controllable.
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My FedEx Routes Are Not ISP Compliant: What Now?

For many FedEx contractors, the news of the impending ISP transition has likely been at the forefront of your mind – particularly if your routes fall below the imposed ISP minimums.  As most contractors know by now, FedEx has implemented a nationwide ISP rollout that is slated to transition all states to ISP by 2020.  For those contractors whose routes fall below the 5 PSA/500 stop minimum, this announcement is even more significant – and perhaps a little unsettling.  It should be noted that certain states and terminals have minimums that take exception to this rule.  However, the majority of contractors around the country are faced with a very important question to ask:  What do I do if my routes aren’t ISP compliant?
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Buyer Demand (by State) For Your FedEx Routes

With an average of 150+ routes sold each year, we have aggregated a considerable list of buyers for FedEx routes across over 70 transactions.  With every transaction, we take note of each buyer’s search parameters in an effort to ultimately find them the exact set of routes they are looking for.  Over the years, we have collected data from over 3,000 buyers who are specifically interested in purchasing FedEx routes all across the country.  Our database contains the buyer’s financial capability, geographic preference, ground/home/linehaul preference, etc.
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