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What A Dental Real Estate Tenant Needs To Know About Rent Escalation Clauses (Part I)
Unfortunately, commercial leases have something in them that you never had to worry when you were buying your home.And that's rent escalation clauses.These clauses allow an owner to increase your rent at regular intervals. Sometimes, tenants and landlords argue over whether there should even be...  Read More
What Your Landlord Doesn't Want You To Know About Dental Office Leases (Part V)
An Experienced Healthcare Real Estate Agent is Your Ace in the Hole Don't enter into lease negotiations without an experienced healthcare real estate agent by your side.  Some people will tell you that negotiations are easy because the landlord writes the lease and takes care of everything else for...  Read More
What Your Landlord Doesn't Want You To Know About Dental Office Leases (Part IV)
Go for A Shorter Lease Term Sometimes, landlords are desperate to rent space and may try to talk you into agreeing to a lease with a longer term.For new practitioners, a one-year lease with a renewal clause is best. But if your landlord won't take a one-year contract and you really want the space,...  Read More
Dental Real Estate Seminar in Virginia
30 dentists enjoying the dental seminar sponsored by HPRG and others. Lots of great information was shared in Tyson's Corner, VA that evening!  Read More
What Your Landlord Doesn't Want You To Know About Dental Office Leases (Part III)
Deceptive LanguageLandlords are sneaky in the way they word leases. The first year, everything might seem fantastic with your beautiful new office space.You got a great rate on your rent. And, your share of the CAM fees appears to be reasonable. But in the second year and beyond, what you pay for...  Read More
What Your Landlord Doesn't Want You To Know About Dental Office Leases (Part II)
CAM FeesCAM fees are what you pay for your use of the common areas of the building. Common Area Maintenance (CAM) fees are a normal part of every lease. To figure out this number, landlords use a little something called a “load factor.” This is the formula for it:Rentable Square Feet/Usable Square...  Read More
What Your Landlord Doesn't Want You To Know About Dental Office Leases (Part I)
When you enter into lease negotiations with your prospective landlord, you desperately want to believe that he’ll negotiate everything in good faith.Therefore, you want to give him the benefit of the doubt. After all, why wouldn’t you? No one wants to think the worst of another person. This could...  Read More
14 Signs You Chose The Right Dental Real Estate Broker (Part VIII)
13. Your broker is a creative problem solver. A good broker is a creative problem solver par excellence.You’re a medical professional with a problem that needs solving. That is, how to find office space perfect for your needs. Not only that, but how to get it a fair market price. And after thinking...  Read More
14 Signs You Chose The Right Dental Real Estate Broker (Part V)
This is part V of a series. Part VI will be published on Friday.7. Your broker has integrity.What’s the difference between an agent who’s tirelessly working on your behalf……and one who only sees you as another commission check?Integrity. An agent who has integrity puts his relationship with you...  Read More

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