NewBridge Group provides merger and acquisition advisory services to both buyers and sellers of family-owned funeral homes.

EXPERIENCE

We Listen To You

NewBridge Group, LLC

Since 1997 NewBridge has accumulated a significant track record of helping funeral home buyers and sellers. As a group we have assisted in the sale or financing of more than 650 funeral home businesses. Our success has resulted from first understanding our clients’ goals before beginning our work. Buy or sell a funeral home with NewBridge Group.

RELATIONSHIPS

We Are Connected

NewBridge Group, LLC

We have existing relationships with a variety of funeral home industry leaders including regional funeral home groups across the U.S., corporate acquisition departments and numerous independent funeral home owners or buyers. Our relationships prove invaluable when an owner wants to maximize the selling price of a funeral business but also to ensure the new owner respects the business’ legacy and history within the local community.

SALES PROCESS

We Guide You

NewBridge Group, LLC

NewBridge does not receive a fee until the successful sale of your business. We provide a free valuation/appraisal of your business at the beginning of the process so that you will be able to make an early determination of the potential sale proceeds you will receive at closing.

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Oct2014
Poplar Bluff, MO – NewBridge Group, a Mergers & Acquisition Consultants firm based in Atlanta, facilitated a partnership between Premier Funeral Management Group (PFMG) and Cotrell Funeral Service & Southern Missouri Crematory on May 20, 2014. Cotrell has been the leading funeral care provider in Poplar Bluff since its inception.  ... Read More

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Oct2014
Welcome to the first edition in our series “Pearls of Wisdom.” Earlier this year, the NewBridge Group team compiled a list of lessons we’ve learned during the past 20 years while representing more than 650 funeral home businesses in their exploration of a sale. Here are a ... Read More

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Aug2014
Many of you remember the acquisition crazed days in the late 1990s when there were dozens of buyers willing to make very aggressive offers to purchase funeral homes.   Things escalated until several of the buyers filed bankruptcy due to overpaying for businesses.  In 2000 the acquisition market screeched to a ... Read More

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