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The best time to improve the value of your practice is now. Keep good financial records, report all of your income to maximize the value of your practice, keep your office and equipment well maintained, and continue to grow your… Read More
As a buyer, or a seller, it is smart to keep abreast of the practices for sale in your market area. TPSG’s new website feature for Buyer Notifications delivers a summary of new listings to your email every week. Sign… Read More
It is important to remember the capitalization rate is at the discretion of the evaluator. Important factors that determine one’s rate are location, growth of revenue stream, ability to transfer goodwill and demographics. Lower capitalization rates indicate greater risk to… Read More
Sellers sometimes assume a sale should be a simple do it yourself project, but after a sale closing, they realize a broker valuation to maximize sale price and a broker’s experience to explain the ‘why’ regarding allocation for asset values… Read More
Many Sellers are being approached by Corporate Buyers and should have a professional, such as a Broker, to guide them through the process. The Brokers at TPSG are experts in dealing with these companies and are available to assist you.
Many buyers today are cautious about buying a practice that is seeing its own emergencies. Most buyers do not want that burden on their lifestyle. When preparing to sell, it is best to wean the clients off of seeing emergencies… Read More
A non-compete agreement from the Seller to Buyer is always an important part of the Asset Purchase Agreement. Without this non-compete component in the agreement, the value or salability of the goodwill is greatly diminished or reduced.
Fair rent for the practice building needs to be arrived at, to calculate the cash flow of a practice. In today’s environment, this figure is 7 to 8% of the appraised value of the real estate, along with the practice… Read More
When selling a practice, it is important to select an attorney experienced in business sales that is a deal-maker and not a deal-breaker. Some attorneys will fan the flames to create conflict to prolong negotiations and increase their bills.
When selling a practice, it is important to prequalify your buyer. Not only does the practice need to be able to service the debt, your buyer needs to be financeable.