Independent P&C Agency – South Central Arkansas

This agency has $60K in annual commissions with a 97% personal vs. 3% commercial split. Also, there is not much “walk-in” business, thus, the agency can be moved. The selling price is 2x annual commissions with at least 80%+ cash at closing.

Contact: Cindy Walker

Independent P&C Agency – Boston Massachusetts

This agency has $650K in annual commissions with a 50% personal vs. 50% commercial split in business. 12% of the overall business can be considered “non-standard”. The selling price is in the 2.25x to 2.50X annual commissions range and payment terms are flexible.

Contact: Ken Hill

Independent Insurance Agency – Northeastern Ohio

This agency has approximately $230K in annual recurring commissions and has a 70% workers’ compensation vs. 25% personal P&C vs. 5% commercial P&C split in business. This is an excellent opportunity for a buyer with strong commercial P&C markets! The selling price is 2.25x to 2.50x annual commissions and payment terms are flexible.

Contact: Joel Farley

Independent P&C Agency – Oregon

This seller has $810K in annual commissions and focuses on a niche market. There’s a 85% commercial vs. 15% personal split in the business. The selling price is 2.5x annual commissions with at least 80% cash paid at closing.

Contact: Cindy Walker

Independnent P&C Agency – North Central South Dakota

This agency has $275K in annual commissions and does mostly commercial P&C products and crop insurance. The owner will help with a 2-3 year transition period and there’s one employee beyond the owner. The selling price is 2.5x the annual commissions with 80% cash sought at closing.

Contact: Cindy Walker

Independent P&C Agency – Central Texas

This agency is 100% “non-standard” and has total revenues (commissions and fees) of $930K per year. The selling price is 2.5x the seller’s total revenue with mostly cash at closing (100% cash is preferred but can be negotiated).

Contact: Ken Hill

Independent P&C Agency – East Central Washington State

This agency has $95K in annual commissions with a 80% personal vs. 20% commercial split in business. 20% of the overall business is “non-standard” (low income). The selling price is 3x annual commissions, however, the seller is open for negotiations. Payments terms are flexible.

Contact: Ken Hill