Amazing general Practice and Real Estate located on the first floor of a medical building. The office has a unique and modern feel with high wood ceilings. Anyone would fall in love with it!
The seller is moving out of the country but is willing to stay around 6 months post-sale to help with the transition. The Real Estate is also for sale. This office condo is ~6,101 SF with 15 OPs (7 equipped). There are two separate tenants paying rent, but I will explain more when we speak.
The practice has 1,849 Active Patients, around 42 New Patients per month, and all PPO/FFS. They are open from Mon-Thursday from 8 am-6 pm. The seller is doing implants in-house and sending out ortho, molar endo, and impacted wisdom.
The equipment is up to date with plumbed nitrous, CBCT, Schick Digital Sensors, and Eaglesoft.
2020: $763,105 (without removing COVID months when the practice was shutdown)
2021: $784,595 (Jan-Sep)
– Asking Price $647,700
– Real Estate Asking Price $1,600,000 (seller is also open to working on a lease option)
For more information, please Call Ricardo D’Avila at (954)635-7991.
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