This is where the layout of your space will be finalized, and the look and feel of it will begin to take shape. A build-out design should be flexible enough to encompass the future goals you have for your practice.
Once the plans are finalized and you have had a chance to review them, they’re sent to the building inspector’s office to get the required permits.
When you hire a general contractor, he’ll use these plans to guide him as he builds out the space.
The best part about finding your dream office space is hiring a tenant rep.
That’s because out of all these professionals listed, he’s the only one you can hire for free. Many medical professionals don’t know that when they’re hiring a broker to help them find a new location, the fees for the broker’s services come out of the landlord’s pocket and not their own.
A tenant rep can also give you expert advice on hiring the other professionals you’ll need to make your property-hunting journey easier. So, he not only finds you space, he becomes your trusted consultant on every other aspect of the process.
Not bad for free!
You can find a tenant rep at my company, Health-Pro Realty Group. We’ve been exclusively catering to the needs of healthcare professionals like you for over 20 years, so our skill at doing this has been honed to a razor-sharp point.
And there’s no need to take too much time away from your busy practice, so you can sit back and relax.
Don’t make the mistake of calling a commercial broker who handles every kind of real estate transaction under the sun. A broker who helps everyone from young newlyweds who need a starter home to entrepreneurs looking for space for their new cannabis startup doesn’t have the specialized skill set for finding medical office space.
A broker like the one I just described may be able to help you…up to a point. But with us, you’ll get precisely the right expertise you’ll need to find the space that makes the most sense for you.