Buying a dental practice whether you are fresh out of school, or looking to get out on your own, is a process that takes planning and a well thought out strategy.
There are so many things to factor in if you are buying a dental practice. Are you aware of what those factors are?
Is buying a dental practice something that you have researched? If you aren’t sure how to answer those questions, it’s time to call in the experts.
Buying a Dental Practice with the Experts
Not all dental brokers are experts. In fact, some are only moonlighting to get their real estate career back on track. If you asked a broker who has dental brokering listed as a service on his website about the business of dentistry, he or she probably wouldn’t have a clue.
Dr. Bill Blatchford and his daughter Dr. Christina Blatchford are dental brokers and practicing dentists. Both are successful dental coaches and have what it takes if you are buying a dental practice.
One of the biggest advantages of dealing with respected and experienced dental brokers is time and money. Unlike those other dental brokers who have far too much on their plate, Blatchford Transitions has the connections to make the deal and get you into your new dental practice sooner rather than later.
Buying a Dental Practice are you Ready?
According to Blatchford Transitions, you want to maximize your profit without working more hours. You also need to consider a practice merger, and where you want to live and practice.
Make a dental practice wish list and stick to it. List the type of practice you want to purchase and how much growth you anticipate in the future. Also include practice size, marketing, dental flow and profitability on the list.
Buying a dental practice takes time and patience, but it also takes a good dental broker. Call or click and schedule a no obligation dental brokering consultation with Blatchford Transitions. It will take the guesswork out of buying a dental practice.