Dental Office Lease Negotiation Services

Did you know that hidden traps and clauses in your dental office lease
can cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars in mistakes and rent?

The dental office lease is one of the most important documents you will ever sign. Landlords use the lease as a tool to make as much money as they can from dentists, making it particularly critical that the terms and clauses within it are set up to help protect your investment, rather than hinder it.

The experts at Cirrus Consulting Group are here for your protection, specializing in office lease negotiations and review services for dentists. We provide the guidance and expertise critical to the health and long-term security of your dental practice.

Schedule your complimentary office lease consultation with an expert today!

Our Lease Negotiation Process: What to Expect

Dental Office Lease Review & Rental Analysis

Our lease negotiators will review your lease for important dates, identify potential problem areas and risks, and develop a lease improvement and negotiation strategy to help you achieve fair and equitable leasing terms that not only help protect your financial investment, but prevent landlords from gaining an unfair advantage. Some of the key issues Cirrus lease negotiators highlight include:

  • Assignment Provisions: Are there any present in your dental lease that affect your ability to transfer or sell your practice down the line?
  • Personal Financial Obligations: Has the lease been signed under your personal name? Will you be liable for the property rent even after selling or transferring the practice?
  • Protection & Security: Is there a “death and disability” clause present in your lease to protect you and your family, should something unexpected happen like an injury?
  • Dental Practice Relocation Clauses: Does your lease give your landlord the right to move your dental clinic if they need to? If so, is it at your expense, or will they pay for the move?

Dental Office Lease Negotiation Plan & Strategy

The next step in the lease negotiation process is creating a tactical plan based on what your ideal lease agreement should include, and decided how to negotiate for it effectively. Our leasing consultants speak with you by phone to discuss the details of your practice, your future career plans and your individual practice and leasing requirements.

Armed with this knowledge, and commercial dental market research, we’ll work with you to devise a lease negotiation strategy that will increase your chances of getting what you need from your upcoming negotiation. Our lease negotiators are known for honesty, integrity, prompt responses, full-disclosure and detailed explanations and recommendations as-needed, and when requested by our dentists.

The Lease Negotiation

From start to finish, our negotiators will act as the liaison between you and your landlord or broker, taking care of the entire process from start to finish, so you don’t have to. You can feel safe knowing that you’re backed by the expertise of our in-house lease negotiators, legal team, commercial and market research analysts, dental practice brokers, and ex-landlords.

What Happens When You Sign a Bad Lease?

Why You Need Our Lease Negotiators

Without a thorough lease review and expert negotiator on your side, you could be critically jeopardizing your investment and putting yourself and family as risk. Research and a solid lease negotiation strategy are critical.

  • Lease Economics:  We’ll work hard to get you fair and affordable financial terms with your landlord.
  • Minimize Risks:  Our lease negotiators will help you protect your investment by flagging expensive traps hidden in your dental lease.
  • Maximize Flexibility: We’ll help enhance your ability to sell and transition your dental practice, when you’re ready.
  • Save Time & Money: Avoid the time and headaches involved in negotiating your own dental lease; focus your time and energy on your patients.
  • Stability: With our help, you’ll achieve long-term stability and peace-of-mind.

Reality Check



of dentists across North America have a dental lease that may inhibit them from ever selling their dental practice.



of dentists in North America lose their ability to sell their dental practice each year.



of dentists have a lease that prevents them from ever getting to the end of their career in their current location, being forced by the landlord to relocate!