Have you thought about purchasing the building that houses your practice, or maybe even buying a building and moving your practice? Many physicians have the same idea but realize that that it might be too daunting a task. We certainly understand that sentiment, and that’s why we’ve created the Physician’s Real Estate Partner Program to streamline the process and make ownership a reality.
Recentric is a healthcare real estate investment, development and management company (we are NOT brokers). We can make the entire process of purchasing, and ongoing management of your building completely turnkey. We have a select group of investors and lenders who are eager to invest in medical office buildings. We also provide in-house property management so that you never have to deal with operational issues.
The advantages of being a partner in the acquisition of your medical office building are clear. Instead of just paying rent, you will create a long term asset that can provide a new stream of cash flow. You’ll also benefit from equity growth which can provide a windfall of profits down the road. Finally, you’ll have more control over your leasing options and costs.
If this sounds like an idea that you may be interested in, we’d love to hear from you. We can walk you through the entire process and create a strategy to approach your current landlord, make an offer and fund the purchase. We’ve helped physicians achieve ownership of their buildings and we can do the same for you. Just complete the form below or give us a call (720-663-1430) to explore this opportunity and determine if it is right for you. There is never any obligation.
My optometry business colleagues partnered with Recentric for the off-market acquisition of our Thornton Medical Office building. Due to their knowledge in the medical market space, they were able to substantially increase rents to market-rate values for all the tenants in order to create instant value. Furthermore, the on-site management team keeps the building looking great for our patients. Now that I am also an investor, I am able to let their management team take care of the building, while I am able to focus just on seeing patients. I am able to build equity without sacrificing the much needed time to operate a medical office building myself.
Dr. Eric Broecker
Colorado Eye Center