The office space of your practice is an important one. Whether you are opening a new practice and ready to sign a new lease or you need help negotiating a new lease, we can help guide you through the process. In addition to leases, we can assist you with your commercial real estate purchase or sale.
The terms of a lease are generally negotiable. Examples of negotiable terms include the length of the lease, the cost of rent, assignability or transferability of the lease, deposit amounts, price increases, and whether any modifications to the property are allowable.
Every person’s situation is different. However, the following are examples of common topics that come up when meeting with new clients:
Review your lease contract and read for any terms and conditions that may be applied to your issue. Then, be sure to denote any rights and responsibilities that either you or your landlord are bound to. After reviewing these, see if the contract limits you to arbitration or mediation. Once you have done these things, contact us and we will schedule a consultation to discuss your next steps.
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, we can help you to make informed decisions such as setting up an LLC. 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:
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.
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