The easiest way to add additional income to your practice is to reduce your lease expense


Is it time to renegotiate your lease?


 

What Is The Process Of Lease Renegotiation?

 

Step

1

First, we’ll get on the phone and go over your current lease:

  • What are your current lease terms?

  • When does your current lease expire?

  • What do you like and dislike about your lease?

  • What do you like and dislike about your landlord and location?

  • What are your goals?

 

Step

2

Once we have those "raw details", we'll focus on 3 things:

  1. Conduct an in-depth lease review and market analysis.

  2. Review results and see if you qualify for renegotiation.

  3. Work together to devise and layout a personal plan of action.

 

Step

3

And it's really that simple...

A 15 min phone call and a brief 30 min meeting can save you $100k's

 
 

 

When Your Lease is Negotiated Correctly

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What are the risks of not having a real estate expert help you?

The consequences on having inadequate representation are dire. Losing money is only part of the equation. The risks of the wrong clauses in your lease could cause you to lose your entire practice and all you have worked for. As a doctor you are up against professional negotiators who are experts in the local market.

Your representation has to be both an expert negotiator and and expert in your local market for you to win.

 

When renegotiating a lease, timing is everything. Every day you wait diminishes the opportunity to maximize results on your negotiation.

 

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