Jan. 3, 2013
-- When selling a dental practice, practice owners want to get the most for the business they built up. planning far ahead in advance and working with a professional consultant is a sure way to obtain maximum profitability for the practice. Dentists who are planning to retire should start the dental transition process as early as possible, preferably about five years before the time of sale. In the meantime, maintaining revenue by welcoming new clients and marketing as well as keeping up with the appearance of the practice and updating equipment will ensure desirability on the market. Cleaning up financial balances and accounts make for a smooth transition, as well as working with a practice broker to form a contingency plan.
The role of a dental practice broker is to help a dentist sell a dental practice with ease and a maximum profit. They provide dental transition consulting by determining the market value price, finding the right buyer, negotiating, forming the agreement and obtaining financing. Dental practice brokers guide practice owners through every step of selling a dental practice.
For more information on dental transition consulting and tips on how to sell a dental practice call 888-656-0290 or visit http://dental-sales.com