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We’ve put together the following information to help you get started.


Where do I start?

The easiest thing to do is simply select a newsagency or more that interests you and fits into the profile of what you believe is what is suitable
in price range, location etc.

Contact us to book for our next free seminar ‘Buying a Newsagency’ click here.

What can I expect?

The Business Profile contains information such as hours of operation, staff rosters (indicative) retail space, and the latest available Profit and Loss figures provided by the vendor’s accountant.

The Profit and Loss has a number of “add backs”  by the owner or their Accountants to show the weekly/annual reasonably obtainable net profit return to the owner given sustainable retail conditions.

What do I do next?

After you have made a list of queries that you may have you can contact us requesting answers to your questions or simply ‘phone BPBrokers on 02 4322 1189. BPBrokers will advise the next steps once you have decided to continue the process.

How much does it Cost?

All services, information and guidance throughout the sale process is free to purchasers

Featured Newsagencies - See all >

Priced to Entice

HDR106 Hills District Rural

  • Excellent Business and Living Environment
  • Obvious future growth for those interested in improvement
  • Earning excellent money whilst initiating improvements
  • Nets $126,500 p.a.
  • G.W. incl all fixtures & equipment $240k.


CCA103 Central Coast Area

  • Neighbourhood location with Schools close by.
  • Very profitable Distribution/Agent contract.
  • Wages could easily be reduced with active H&W team.
  • Nets after extra wages and rent  $100,650k p.a.
  • Goodwill including F & F $150k + S.A.V.
  • Freehold $250k


SWS215 South Western Suburbs

  • Neighbourhood Newsagency run by family & casuals
  • Solid patronage from local clientele
  • Wages are high for this operation
  • Nets $77,300 p.a. Can easily be improved.
  • Asking price $80k plus S.A.V.