If you are leaning towards a dental transition, but haven’t a clue where to begin, working with a broker to buy or sell a dental practice isn’t going to give you the professional advice you need. Sure, you may get some tips about finance and location, but you won’t get any knowledge about the dental world or what would be best for your dental practice.
Even a well-seasoned dentist benefits with the help of Blatchford Transitions. If selling your dental practice is on the horizon, you’ll want advice from the best. Dr. Bill Blatchford, a successful practicing dentist with over 40 years in the field has helped thousands of dentists successfully transition without a wrinkle in the last page of the chapter. He and his daughter and partner Dr. Christina Blatchford understand the ins and outs of buying and selling a dental practice.
1. I’ve Been a Dentist for Years I can Sell the Practice Myself
Although you make think you have the experience to sell your dental practice, a FISBO, or For Sale by Owner isn’t always the wisest path to choose, especially if a large dental franchise has put an offer on your dental practice. You may think they are offering you the world, but are they really putting your best interests at heart?
Blatchford Transitions are in the dental brokering business for a reason. To help you make a smooth transition into the next chapter. Whether you are a young dentist just starting out or an older dentist who has practiced for 40 years, knowing what questions to ask is imperative if you want to buy or sell your dental practice.
2. I Just Want to Get the Dental Transition Over With
A smooth transition isn’t always likely when you are in a rush. If you are buying or selling a dental practice, you want to be prepared. Working with the first dental broker in a Google Search may not be the best idea.
Blatchford Transitions asks the tough questions so that you are prepared when you are ready to buy or sell a dental practice. If a pushy real estate broker has been calling non-stop, it’s time to call Blatchford Transitions. You probably wouldn’t rush into buying or selling a house, so why would you be in a hurry to buy or sell a dental practice?
3. My Friend is a Real Estate Broker
Even if your best buddy is a champion at buying and selling real estate, chances are he or she knows nothing about dentistry. A practice that is up for sale comes with the equipment and if your broker friend can’t tell the difference between a laser and a CEREC® machine it’s time to move forward with Blatchford Transitions.
Make it a smooth dental transition and call the team from Blatchford Transitions. Everyone benefits when you do.
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