Our number one priority at US Dental Transitions is to make sure you achieve your goals for the sale of your practice with the least amount of risk. The process of selling a dental practice is no easy task, which is why we are here to help guide you through the process. If you’re considering selling your Alabama dental practice, our team has over two decades of experience and can help you maximize your value with less time spent on the overall process.
Before you sell your Alabama dental practice, you should spend some time considering your retirement goals and other factors that may affect the way you wish to approach the sale. Below are some questions that might help to initiate the conversation between you and your significant other on whether selling your practice is the best approach for you.
At USDT, we always recommend having an open discussion with your family since they will also be affected by the sale of your practice. As always, if you have any questions, our dental transition specialists are happy to help you.
Before selling your Alabama dental practice, there are a few factors to consider that will affect your practice appraisal or valuation. Having a better understanding of these factors will help USDT package and market your practice when it comes time to sell. We know you want a smooth transition for your patients and staff. You can depend on our transition advisors to help you understand these areas of focus and how they will affect your sale.
If you’re ready to sell, you need a qualified dental practice seller to help you through the process. Our team specializes in selling and transitioning practices and has a thorough understanding of the appraisal process. They will look at the practice’s cash flow, marketability, equipment, transferability of staff and patients, and other factors to determine its current market value. An accurate appraisal eliminates the guesswork of establishing an asking price and gets dentists the greatest value for their practice.
USDT helps dentists sell their practices all across the state of Alabama, including: