Save Time

The average commercial real estate transaction for healthcare providers requires dozens of hours to complete.

Since time is money for healthcare professionals, diverting attention from your practice becomes extremely expensive.

Most healthcare providers also find it challenging to learn a new industry, obtain key market knowledge to leverage their options and ultimately, negotiate the most favorable terms possible.

We go to great lengths to save dozens of hours of your valuable time and ensure your focus remains on your practice.

Tenants and Buyers

Save Money

Real estate is the second highest expense for most healthcare practices.

The difference between a properly or poorly negotiated transaction can benefit or cost you tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars.

With this much at stake, maximizing every opportunity is paramount to increasing profitability.

Our medical real estate brokers specialize in helping healthcare providers achieve the most favorable terms in their lease and purchase negotiations.

Our healthcare real estate expertise, market knowledge and skilled negotiating allow us to achieve terms and concessions far superior to other commercial real estate brokers and healthcare providers who are not professionally represented.

“As a healthcare provider, saving time is almost as important as saving money. CARR has the expertise and ability to help you do both!”

Kevin Vernon, PT

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Thousands of Healthcare Providers Trust Us

“CARR helped us renegotiate our lease, saving us a total of almost $80,000 over our previous rent.”
Anna Weber, DPM

Thousands of Healthcare Providers Trust Us

“CARR got me a better rate and lease than I could have on my own. They took all the hassle out of finding a new space.”
Gordon LeSueur, DC

Thousands of Healthcare Providers Trust Us

“Thank you CARR for your care, diligence and honesty.”
Amir Mahoozi, DMD

Thousands of Healthcare Providers Trust Us

I highly recommend CARR. They took care of the entire lease negotiation process on space for my start-up veterinary practice.
Grace Kemp, DVM