Author Archives: Lindsay Anes

Negotiating With Landlords: 3 Tactics To Be Aware Of

In any sporting event, the objective is clear – to win. Despite the formalities of shaking hands at center ice, the 50 yard-line or mid-field before the contest officially...
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3 Principles Shaping The Current Healthcare Real Estate Market

COVID-19

Despite some of the challenges many healthcare providers are facing as they navigate through COVID-19, there is good news about what we are seeing in markets across the country....
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Part 2

Not The Time To Learn From Mistakes

How To Successfully Sell Your Practice's Real Estate

Practice transitions and acquisitions almost always involve a commercial real estate component, whether with a non-related third-party landlord, or when the selling doctor who owns the practice also owns...
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Part 1

Not The Time To Learn From Mistakes

How To Successfully Sell Your Practice's Real Estate

The makeup of your transition team is critically important to the success or failure of selling your healthcare practice. As the adage goes, you are only as good as...
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Does It Make Sense To Do A Real Estate Deal In The Midst Of COVID-19?

COVID-19

As business owners and healthcare practices navigate a perfect storm of political, economic, and public health issues stemming from COVID-19, mixed messages continue to stir up uncertainty for the...
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Three Pitfalls Of Calling On Properties Without Representation

Finding a new location for your medical or healthcare practice can be exciting. The prospect of a newly designed office in a better part of town with the anticipation...
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Before You Sign Your Lease Renewal Option

Although tenants may feel good about having a renewal option in their lease, the truth is it’s typically drafted to benefit the landlord much more than the tenant. Tenants...
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COVID-19 and My Healthcare Real Estate Lease

COVID-19

A doctor’s lease is typically the 2nd highest expense in any practice, but fortunately it’s highly negotiable. COVID-19 is providing for much uneasiness in the market, and it’s crucial...
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Are Month To Month Leases Good Or Bad?

While some healthcare tenants find themselves in a month-to-month lease arrangement, it doesn't usually happen on purpose or with a specific strategy in mind. Month-to-month leases are often a...
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Why Landlords Love Lease Renewals

Commercial real estate landlords operate their buildings like any savvy business owner operates their company – with a focus on maximizing their profitability. One of the top ways they...
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