Sell A Medical Practice In Texas
Your Texas Medical Practice Broker
Hire An Expert To Sell Your Texas Medical Practice
Many physicians are unfamiliar with marketing a practice, screening potential buyers, or bargaining; as a result, selling your medical practice in Texas might be scary or even impossible at times. That is why it is critical to enlist the help of a specialist when dealing with a restricted market. When we say “Our goal is to ensure that the procedure runs smoothly,” we mean exactly that: We want to take the burden off you and focus on running your business.
Texas Medical Practice Brokers works with physician owners who have developed a successful practice with more than $1 million in gross income. The majority of our customers are weary or burned out and want to retire; they don’t know if your company is marketable, what it’s worth, or how long it will take to sell. They’re seeking for an exit strategy and want the assistance of a professional who can get results.
We only get compensated when we succeed, so we cover all of the marketing expenses. In comparison to the industry average of 20-25%, we sell over 65% of our clients’ properties using our distinct marketing approach.
Recently Sold Medical Practices
Why You Can Trust Us
We are both a reputable and BBB-accredited business. This implies that we are trustworthy, have high standards, and have integrity. Our track record demonstrates that we genuinely care about our clients’ best interests, allowing you to move into the next chapter of your life with confidence.
Ready to Sell Your medical practice in arizona?
We’re former medical practice owners, so we understand what you’re going through and all that comes with selling your practice. We understand how tough it is for you and want to put your mind at ease every step of the way. To learn how we can help you sell your firm for the greatest possible return, get a free consultation with us.
(Internal Medicine physician, Age 50)
Wanted more work/life balance, time to start a family and no longer wanted to be an “owner.”
(Physical Therapist, Age 71)
The physical therapist owner wanted to retire but needed another physical therapist to purchase the practice and care for his patients and retain his staff.
(Obstetrics & Gynecology physician, Age 66)
The physician owner wanted to retire at the end of his lease term. He was planning to close the doors and ship the medical records to a storage facility for the next 21 years or give the practice away to a competitor.