CARR is the nation’s leading provider of commercial real estate services for healthcare tenants and buyers.
Every year, thousands of healthcare practices trust CARR to achieve the most favorable terms on their commercial real estate purchase and lease transactions. We handle every aspect of the healthcare commercial real estate process for providers of every specialty and size, in all 50 states.
Whether you are renewing a lease, purchasing commercial real estate, starting your very first practice, expanding to your hundredth location, or looking to open an ambulatory surgery center, CARR has the expertise, market knowledge, and due diligence you need to navigate the process with the most experienced and professional team on your side.
Our expert representation includes data driven market evaluation, site selection, purchase vs. lease comparison, lease analysis, negotiation strategy, timeline management, demographics, heat mapping, assembling your custom team, and much more. We represent the interests of every type of healthcare specialty and truly understand the nuances and unique medical office space needs for your practice.
We realize the incredible value of your time and work diligently to protect it. We help you avoid the costly pitfalls, complications, and obstacles associated with the complexities of a healthcare commercial real estate transaction. We remove the burden from your shoulders while showing you what it’s like to work with a team of true professionals, delivering at the highest level for each client, every time.
With our no conflict of interests approach, you can rest assured that your financial and practice goals are always first and protected. CARR advises, protects, and advocates for more healthcare providers than any healthcare real estate company in America.
Healthcare real estate requires specialized knowledge and experience that is vastly different from common commercial real estate as the process of leasing or buying medical real estate is far more complex than a standard residential or commercial transaction.
Our expert real estate agents represent thousands of healthcare clients annually, both large and small, across all healthcare specialties, and in all 50 states. In comparison, the average broker may do one or two healthcare transactions in their entire career.
We understand the medical real estate sector inside and out, along with the unique requirements of healthcare professionals and how to maximize terms to their greatest benefit. Healthcare and Medical real estate is all we do, every day.
A significant conflict of interest arises when commercial agents attempt to work for both the tenant or buyer and the landlord or seller in a commercial real estate transaction. Clearly it is not possible to fairly represent competing interests.
Tenants and buyers are also often misled by listing agents because of lack of knowledge and experience. Listing agents prey on unrepresented tenants and buyers assuming they don’t have the time, energy, or strategy to achieve the best terms. Having an expert team on your side exclusively, while knowing the right questions to ask, levels the playing field and shifts the balance of power back onto your side.
While listing agents are financially incentivized to represent both sides of the transaction, we recognize that is not in your best interest, period. You need exclusive representation with no conflicts of interest. At CARR, our medical real estate agents are true advocates that only work on behalf of healthcare tenants and buyers, without representing landlords or sellers.
Our singular focus assures our clients that their interests are always first and protected, resulting in the most favorable terms possible.
Here are a number of ways we make a difference for our healthcare clients:
- Saving clients tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars on lease renewals and other negotiations
- Scaling healthcare practices from one location to dozens, and even hundreds; locally and nationally
- Saving clients dozens of hours of their valuable time
- Avoiding costly pitfalls, complications and delays
- Assembling the best team, handpicked for each practice’s individual needs
- Simplifying the numbers and process for owning commercial real estate for your practice
- Providing assurance on demographics, market analysis, and detailed comparisons
- Securing the longevity and marketability of one or your largest assets
- Helping clients fulfill their dream of opening their own office
- Evaluating lease vs. purchase benefits
Commercial real estate is the second-highest expense behind payroll for most healthcare practices. With this much at stake, trusting your healthcare real estate decisions to an experienced advisor is essential.
At CARR, our expert agents are trained to only show you the properties that meet the highest number of requirements to your industry and healthcare specialty. The needs of a dental office are quite different from the office of a physical therapist or plastic surgeon. Our site selection and due-diligence process evaluates the type of space you need, the amenities you require, while staying within your stated budget.
We create substantial value and deliver meaningful results to healthcare clients that positively impacts their profitability, time, and most importantly, their peace of mind.
Have you ever wondered what it would cost or look like to purchase commercial real estate for your practice?
Have you been considering a move to a new office but don’t know where to start?
Have you been held back with concern and confusion about how you will get it all done while also serving your patients?
Let CARR lead your real estate strategy so you can focus on your patients and practice.
“CARR handled the negotiations and my lease was lowered 17%, I received tenant improvement funds and free rent.”Ken Mayemura, OD
“I give CARR my highest recommendation and encourage anyone in healthcare to reach out to them.”John Lancaster, DC
“With great negotiation, CARR achieved terms beyond my expectation. They went out of their way to accommodate me.”Steven Levine, MD
“CARR helped us renegotiate our lease, saving us a total of almost $80,000 over our previous rent.”Anna Weber, DPM