In this episode we talk about when a physician should buy vs rent their practice space, properly structuring a lease, and exit strategies surrounding practice real estate.
June 5, 2019, the Caribbean Eye Meeting was just as engaging as previous years. This one-of-a kind meeting, held at Grand Fiesta Americana Coral Beach in Cancun, Mexico, gathered well-known leaders in ophthalmology to discuss important topics in eye care with the breathtaking backdrop of the Caribbean Sea.
During Revista’s Medical Real Estate Investment Forum 2019 in San Diego, Connect Media caught up with several attendees and asked about the current regulatory outlook for healthcare
In part 2 of a two-part series geared towards the veteran ophthalmologist, Collin Hart, MBA, CEO, managing director of ERE Healthcare Real Estate Advisors highlights key variables that will positively impact your bottom line as you progress toward your career and life goals.
ERE Healthcare Real Estate Advisors (ERE) announced the release today of a white paper that explores a new generation of medical providers and its impact on physician owned real estate. The white paper was developed to summarize the numbers and trends ERE has gleaned working closely with their clients, with the goal of giving physician real estate owners a clearer understanding of their options in the future.
In the article featured in Ophthalmology Management, Collin Hart, MBA, CEO, Managing Director ERE Healthcare Real Estate Advisors is quoted discussing a Real Estate Sale as it relates to a Practice Sale.
In Part 1 of a two-part series written exclusively for the American Academy of Ophthalmology, Collin Hart, MBA, CEO, Managing Director ERE Healthcare Real Estate Advisors identifies a few common practice management scenarios and how they may affect your practice real estate investment.