In the process of working with physicians across the country, we get to learn a lot about our client’s practices and what’s driving them.  In our new series we’ll share the initial concerns we hear from some of our clients surrounding a sale and leaseback of their practice real estate and how those are often based on misinformation.

It’s common for us to encounter clients who are interested in transacting their practice real estate, but are in the middle of a private equity deal, so put the real estate on the back-burner. While we understand the desire to keep the focus on one transaction at a time, there are certain parts of your practice sale negotiation that can negatively impact your real estate value. Tune in to learn more about how your private equity transaction ties into your real estate and how you should prepare, ensuring the best possible outcome on both transactions.

Our goal is to educate physicians surrounding their practice real estate. If you’re interested in learning more or have questions about the market, contact us today.

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Investment demand, sale transaction volume, and valuations for healthcare real estate have reached historic highs. Even if a real estate sale doesn’t meet your current objectives, addressing potential partnership challenges early will maximize the value and security of your investment.