Don’t Scare Away the Buyer!

Selling your dental practice can be scary, right? There are a lot of unknowns and little details in the transition process, and it can really become stressful at a time when you’re preparing to wind down, not spend even more time on your practice. As we approach Halloween and the season for “scaring,” we thought … Continued →

Why Won’t My Dental Practice Sell?

Some dental practices are only on the market for a couple months when the ideal buyer comes along. As brokers, we advise selling dentists to prepare for a transition process much longer than that – up to a couple of years, depending on the situation. This is normal; but a practice that’s still sitting on … Continued →

Dental Practice Transitions: Why Sell If Not Retiring?

You don’t have to be retiring to sell your dental practice. In fact, N/L Transitions has helped many younger dentists who have years left in their career sell their practices. There is no singular model for a dental practice sale, and the seller can easily be a younger owner or a seasoned dentist. Here are … Continued →

To Sell, Or Not to Sell the Accounts Receivable

So, you found a suitable buyer for your dental practice. Congratulations! The hard work of identifying a successor is over. Now comes the tricky part: negotiating the sale. The total purchase price will typically include two numbers: one for your practice, and another for your accounts receivable. When does it make sense to sell the … Continued →

Why Real Estate Could Be Part Of Your Retirement Strategy

Dentists who are not yet ready to retire may want to consider owning their office building to their long-term retirement strategy. Real estate has historically been a solid investment for anyone looking to generate income on the side, and at a time when dental office lease rates are rising, why not become your own landlord? … Continued →