about Jacob Reeson
Jacob Reeson is known within Benchmark’s offices as a young gun, with plenty of business experience (for his age), and lots of common-sense. He has demonstrated expertise in negotiations skills, and being a 100% performance based broker. He has the determination to make his future in this profession.
Specialising in the sale of service stations across Australia, Jacob has direct relationships with the big name oil companies that are key to getting the business/property the maximum exposure and best outcome. Through his time spent at Benchmark Business Sales, Jacob has dealt with Freehold Sites to Commission Agencies, New & Existing Leases and Franchises – BP, Viva/Shell, Caltex, United, Puma, Metro, Liberty and many more Independents.
Jacob’s exceptional customer service skills and charismatic personality, coupled with his hardworking attitude, will ensure your business will be sold as quickly and efficiently as possible with a ‘leave the rubbish at the door’ approach – whilst still obtaining the best possible price.
Jacob regularly seeks opportunities to undertake further training through registered and non-work related opportunities. Through his life he has taken on a variety of professions, usually multiple at a time, providing him with a broad knowledge and a keen mind.
He holds a Real Estate License and is a member of the REIQ, helping him stay up to date with the ever-changing profession of business broking.
When Jacob is away from work he enjoys travelling; whether it is an hour away or the other side of the world, photography and surfing.
Contact Jacob Reeson to sell your business today.
“When selling a business there is one word that matter more than any other; SOLD! And Jacob got to use it.
Jacob is very pleasant to deal with, built great report with the enquires and ultimately the buyer.
Jacob felicitated the sale of a business I had owned for 23 years, there was quite a bit to arrange to not only list it but to also get it SOLD.
I highly recommend Jacob to assist in the sale of your business.”