Preparing For Your Dental Transition:  How’s Your Curb Appeal?

If you’ve ever sold a home, you know it takes a bit of preparation to get your house ready for market. It is especially challenging if you’ve lived in that house for an extended period of time. You may have to spend a little money to improve the curb appeal of your home. This can include a new coat of paint, new carpet, or a new kitchen counter top. At the very least, it involves making any necessary repairs. You also will want to be armed with records of anything a potential buyer might ask for, such as utility bills, HOA statements, and appliance warranties.

There are definitely a few things to consider.

It’s the same way when you’re thinking about selling your dental practice. As with selling a home, you need to be proactive. The following are key items we share with clients who are preparing for a future dental transition:

As you look ahead to your dental practice transition, there is no need to add stress to the equation. All it takes is putting together a plan and then working that plan as you move forward to your days of retirement. As you implement each of the items on the above list, you will be able to avoid the pitfalls that can come along with the typical practice sale. Our team at Menlo Dental Transitions is here to make sure you can move forward and enjoy the fruits of your career.

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