With our exclusive listing service, you will have priority representation and only pre-qualified buyers having been through our “PLR Program” (Proprietary Lending Review) will be able to access your listing. This process ensures a purchaser match while keeping your information confidential until a lender pre-qualification is complete. We will handle all the questions and hand walk the purchaser through the process. Our approach will permit you to focus on your practice without concern or interruption.
A practice appraisal (fair market value and income approach)
The marketing of your practice both regionally and nationwide
Buyer lending pre-approval through our PLR program
Only approved PLR buyers can place an offer
Sale structuring advice and allocation recommendations
Unlimited negotiations with all parties and advisors
Expert representation and access after hours
In-house closing team to remove delays
Legal review of closing documents
The process starts with :
A discussion about your goals and perhaps an in-person meeting, then receiving information about your practice to start the review process for appraisal to determine the income and market approach
Of the few firms that sell practices, most require you purchase their time to complete a valuation or appraisal and the cost can be substantial up to $7-10,000 or more. In order for us to represent your sale effectively and accurately, it is part of our job to understand your practice so this cost is included in our representation cost-effectively a free appraisal
If you require an appraisal for financial, management or other reasons please contact our office to discuss the purpose and pricing for this service
Marketing your practice :
Our marketing expertise results in most practices being sold prior to their making it to our website as we host a list of purchasers seeking practices. We have developed marketing programs that access buyers on a national and regional level through the use of direct contact as well as trade advertising, website listing, direct mail, and trade show attendance.
At some point in time you may need to know the value of your practice. The reasons may be due to; planning for a potential sale, adding an associate or partner, or just planning for retirement.
An appraisal can more accurately determine the true value of your practice. The historical collections and financials are important but there are a number of other factors that are considered when determining a current value such as, the quality of the client base, the facility, equipment, the continuing management team, personal benefits to the owner and market data are all important.
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