List your insurance agency or search agencies for sale at NO COST as a complementary service from Oak Street Funding's Agency Exchange. We provide the marketplace where people look to buy an agency or sell an agency.
We have provided insurance agency loans in 46 states and have a large national network with agents and brokers of all sizes.
If you're a buyer, finding the right agency and then integrating it into an existing company can be challenging. And if you're selling, attracting the right buyer is critical. Take advantage of these and other resources that can help you buy or sell an agency.
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Customer service is at the heart of any insurance agency. After all, the purpose of an agency is to identify and provide the coverage its customers need. But there is a significant difference between providing service to customers and offering what’s known as a “customer service culture,” and understanding that difference can give your agency a powerful edge over your competitors.
Some agencies turn a significant percentage of quote request contacts into paying business. What’s their secret? In most cases, they’ve developed a highly effective program for following up with those contacts. If you’re not following up with leads in a systemic way, you’re probably losing quite a bit of business.
If you choose to take on debt to implement growth initiatives, how will you achieve the right balance between that debt and available liquidity? Oak Street Funding answers this frequently asked question.
For businesses that consider or choose to take on debt to implement growth initiatives, achieving the right balance between that debt and available liquidity (available cash or the capability of quickly converting assets to cash) is important. Maximizing a company’s return on equity requires a certain amount of debt. Oak Street appreciates the need for clients’ capital management strategies to align with their long term growth plans while minimizing potential cash flow vulnerabilities and works cooperatively with its clients to achieve these goals. In a survey, we discovered our clients were able to
realize an average of 36 percent growth by the investment of borrowed monies into their agencies.1
Get a loan to acquire an agency, grow your insurance business, invest in technology, pay off business debt, hire top producers or employees – without risking your customers or control of your business.
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