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As a Practice Valuation Manager for MediEstates, Scott Gidman undertakes practice valuations as large as £9 million providing the vendor with a comprehensive business and property report. One of the most common questions he gets asked is “How long will I be expected to stay on, after I have sold my practice?”.
As with the domestic property market, the value of and demand for a dental practice has a lot to do with its location. At the moment, it’s the Home Counties that is one of the major hotspots for dental practice demand. Scott Gidman considers why
Deciding whether to buy, sell or eve lease a dental practice is a major decision for practice principals. Gareth talks about the property considerations for practice transactions.
The role of the CQC in ensuring high-quality health and social care is, of course, an essential role, but managing to satisfy the regulator, particularly when buying or selling a practice can be challenging. Charlie Murphy provides some advice
It can be if you’re prepared and get expert advice!
With so many balls in the air at once, buying a practice can be a stressful time. Grethe Louw knows this all too well and explains why seeking out expertise and getting your timing right is so important
Peter Cummings discusses NHS contract reform.
Selling a practice is a big undertaking and one that takes time and patience. There are many things to consider and it’s therefore vital to leave yourself enough time to make your practice an attractive proposition and to complete all the tasks required when going through a sale.