Nuts and Bolts of Medical Real Estate with Colin Carr
Finding space for your medical practice can seem very intimidating. So when someone asked me for a consultant in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area to help them figure out where to look for space for their new office I realized that I need to address this topic head on. You don’t need to pay a consultant for this. You need a commercial realtor.
That’s why I invited Colin Carr, the founder of Carr Healthcare, to join me today to discuss the nuts and bolts of finding a lease space for your practice.
In this episode we cover some of the topics you are frequently asking about. Here’s just a sample of what we discussed.
- Where should I choose a space to lease for my practice?
- How does using a commercial realtor work?
- Can I negotiate with multiple landlords at the same time?
- Should I choose a gray shell or a turn-key space?
- Do I have to pay for tenant improvements or does the landlord?
- How much does a buildout cost?
- Do I need an architect and/or contractor before I choose a space?
- and so much more
If you ever need to look for space for your medical practice you are not going to want to miss this episode!
Colin’s firm only represents physicians who are looking to rent or buy medical office space. Here’s the link to Carr Healthcare Realty– https://carr.us. (I have no affiliate relationship with Carr Healthcare Realty)
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