brokering practice sales

Planning for a Transition

Thursday, October 27th, 2011 by Greg Auerbach

A recent article from Forbes Magazine/[1] reviewed the ten highest paying jobs.  Not surprisingly, topping the list was surgeons (averaging $225,390 per year).  Of the top ten, seven spots went to medical professionals and two to dentistry, specifically Oral-Maxillofacial Surgeons (#3 at $214,120) and Orthodontists (#5 at $200,290). The article mentioned the specialized nature of the…

Whom Does the Broker Represent?

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010 by Guy Jaffe

Does the broker represent the selling dentist? Does the broker represent the buying dentist? Does the broker represent both the selling and the buying dentist? If you are a selling dentist, it is natural to think that the broker represents you. A dental friend who used the broker’s services to sell his practice probably RECOMMENDED…

Experience Counts!

Monday, January 1st, 2001 by Alan Clemens

Many doctors seeking to purchase a practice fall in love with a particular one for the wrong reasons. It may be the location; it may be the perceived opportunity for growth; it may be the gross and net income the selling doctor reports. Seldom does a prospective buyer know enough about the intricacies of practice…

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