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Selling your practice is a major decision! You have devoted your time, money and energy to building, running and operating your practice. It may well represent your life’s work. You have decided that now is the right time to sell, and you want the very best professional guidance you can get.

This is when working in tandem with a professional practice broker can make the difference between just getting rid of the practice and selling it for the very best price and terms! Practice brokers are the professionals who will facilitate a successful sale.

As your practice broker we can:

  • Complete all negotiations - saves you valuable time
  • Insure a higher sale price because we know the marketplace
  • Structure the sale so it makes sense for everyone – you and the buyer
  • Find the right buyer
  • Buyers are pre-qualified and we assist in obtaining financing
  • Work with you and the buyer, every step of the way, until the transaction is successfully closed
  • Assist the buyer in all details of the practice buying process

A practice broker is not, however, a magician who can sell an overpriced practice. Most practices are saleable if priced and structured properly. You should understand that only the marketplace can determine the sale price. The amount of the down payment you are willing to accept along with the terms of the seller financing can greatly influence not only the ultimate selling price, but also the success of the sale itself.

"We're in practice to advance your practice."

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What Clients are Saying

Well, I finally did it. I sold my practice as of today. It was a long time in coming and the new owner is wonderful. Being 71 years old and graduating from ICO in 1956, means that I graduated prior to most of you being born. I will still be on the list and monitor you all in a "sleep mode". My health was a factor (a small factor) and my wanting to have more time to play with my grandchildren was the main reason. Now that I have more time on my hands, I will again try to get involved with the Los Angeles County Optometric Society. I gave up my position as Treasurer last year and want to be a member of the board with no real "job". I hope that the board members will allow me to do that. I also want to thank the broker who arranged the sale of my practice. Scott Daniels of Practice Concepts did a remarkable job and made this sale move very fast. There were no conflicts and escrow was a snap. If anyone is thinking of selling or buying a practice, I would highly recommend him.
PS: I have NO interest in his company and if it went poorly, you can be guaranteed that I would let you know that fact.

To all my friends on the list, this is a new beginning for me,
--Dr. Ellis Miles