We'll Help You Get Top Dollar for Your Liquor License

If you've been holding onto your Florida liquor license throughout the pandemic, we congratulate you on your tenacity. You see, the supply of available licenses has dried up throughout the state. With fewer licenses available, we're now in a seller's market that offers you the chance to command the most money for your license should you choose to sell.

Now's the Perfect Time to Sell

The state legislature limits the number of liquor licenses available, tying them to each county's population. When a county's population increases, more licenses become available. However, that increase must first be verified by the United States Census Bureau. Since we just completed a census last year, that new data isn't usually released until the beginning of April.

While the state also offers a quota license lottery, that option closed last fall – with winners notified later this spring.

Combined, those two factors have created a window where your license is now more valuable than ever, with great demand and low availability driving license sales prices higher and higher.

We're Here to Help

Sure, you could try to sell your license on your own. However, that leaves you on your own when it comes to handling all of the paperwork and bureaucratic red tape.

Instead, turn to the trusted experts at Liquor License FL. Our team has helped owners buy and sell their licenses for more than 30 years, so we know the ins-and-outs of the process.

Our experience also pays off in other ways. Not only do we boast an extensive network of eager buyers who want to pay premium prices for your license, but we also shorten the amount of time it takes to sell your license. Thanks to us, a process that can take months can be completed in a fraction of the time – saving you lost revenues and allowing you to sell before the number of available licenses increases again later this year!

Contact Us and Discover All We Have to Offer

Even if you're only thinking of selling, it makes sense to give us a call. We're happy to discuss your options and help you decide what's best for you and your bottom line.

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