Why Do I Need A Professional Lease
Do what you do best.
Outsource the rest.
Discerning dentists know itís most
OUTSOURCE critical business
tasks to trained specialists. This allows you to maximize
your chair time and ensure that proper financial, accounting and
legal strategies are in place to safeguard and grow your
The wrong terms can be
a life sentence.
Your lease is one of the largest and most
important contracts youíll ever sign. It contains both
LIABILITIES that will
govern your tenancy forever. A poorly negotiated lease,
at a minimum, may result in financial burdens,
inconvenience, uncertainty and disruption of your practice.
At worst, you could be held hostage by a lease if you havenít considered
carefully every aspect of your occupancy future.
Here are just a few of the MANY
aspects youíll have to consider:
How many years will I want to practice before
What type of facility will best serve my
needs for the future?
How much parking will I require in the years
Do I want a large facility to accommodate
multiple associates or a small facility with limited