It’s all about location, location, location for your dental practice, right? Well, yes. But there’s a lot more that goes into having a successful lease or purchase than just where the property is located.
With that in mind, Ken Jorgenson of CARR.us is here with some advice that can help from the very start of the process. What questions should you be asking? And who should be getting those questions? What about just calling the number on a sign when you see a property you like?
There are many questions to discuss and perils to navigate, and that’s why having someone who has “been there and done that” on your side is so vital. Click below to listen to some thoughts on dental real estate from Jorgenson.
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