Healthcare Real Estate Services and Transactions

Helping People Who Help People

How We Help


Our team of experts assist with all types of commercial real estate transactions for healthcare tenants and buyers.

Our services include start-ups, lease renewals, expansions, relocations, additional offices, purchases and practice transitions.

Key aspects of our due diligence include:

  • Market Evaluation
  • Site Selection
  • Purchase vs Lease Evaluation
  • Lease Analysis
  • Negotiation Strategy
  • Timeline Management
  • Assembling the Best Team

Whether you are opening your first office, buying a new practice, expanding to several offices, scaling to your 100th location or preparing for retirement, CARR can help you with every commercial real estate need you have during every stage of your career.

No Conflicts of Interest

From day one, CARR has been committed to only representing the interests of healthcare tenants and buyers.

We don’t represent landlords and sellers, which gives our clients peace-of-mind knowing we are true advocates without conflicts of interest.

The majority of real estate brokers use a tenant’s requirement to attract owners with the hope of listing their property.

We don’t list properties and are not here to appease owners or attract listings. Our purpose is to protect our only client: healthcare tenants and buyers.

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Thousands of Healthcare Providers Trust Us

“CARR’s experience in the field helped us secure the professional contracts we needed to see our project to completion.”
Cory Collier, OD

Thousands of Healthcare Providers Trust Us

“CARR was great to work with and saved me a lot of money during my search for the perfect dental clinic site.”
Robert Berry, DDS

Thousands of Healthcare Providers Trust Us

“With great negotiation, CARR achieved terms beyond my expectation. They went out of their way to accommodate me.”
Steven Levine, MD

Thousands of Healthcare Providers Trust Us

CARR performed at the highest level and took the time to comfort and reassure us during one of the most exciting—and scariest—times of our professional career.
Jason Marano, DVM