When you think about healthcare law practices, real estate might not be the first thing to enter your mind. However, the truth is that the acquisition of real estate is a common component of healthcare businesses. Whether you are acquiring property for a new practice, looking to open an additional location, or simply seeking advice on a current lease, we can help you to make informed decisions. Your location is a primary facet of your practice’s identity but navigating the real estate leasing process takes precision and attention to detail. Unwary practitioners who are not well-versed in real estate acquisitions can lose time, money, and even potential patients if they do not choose the right location, or do not enter into a lease which suits their practice. Generally speaking, medical and dental practices are successful businesses which are highly sought after by commercial property owners. This can give your practice an enormous amount of leverage when it comes to securing and negotiating leases. Let us help you put that leverage to work for your practice.
Should you buy or lease commercial space? Find out the advantages and disadvantages to both by reading Ali's blog post, Buying vs. Leasing a Commercial Space For Your Dental Practice.
Are you unsure what lease is right for you? Read our blog on Understanding The Major Commercial Lease Types.
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