Medical Lease Negotiation Services

Looking for help negotiating your medical office lease?

Whether starting a medical practice, relocating your clinic, planning for retirement, or simply renewing your lease, the expert lease negotiators at Cirrus can help!

Hidden clauses in your lease can be detrimental to health and long-term stability of your medical practice and career goals. Cirrus Consulting Group specializes in healthcare lease negotiations and reviews, providing physicians with the guidance and expertise necessary to protect their practice.

Schedule your complimentary lease consultation with a healthcare consultant!


Did you know?



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



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



of doctors 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!

Why You Need our Lease Negotiation Services

Without a thorough lease review and expert negotiator on your team, you could be critically jeopardizing your investment and putting yourself and family at 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. Every year we save doctors over $10 million in relocation costs and rent!
  • Minimize Threats:  Our experts will help protect your investment and evade hidden pitfalls in your medical office lease that can cost you $100,000’s.
  • Stability: Cirrus will help to properly set up your lease, paving the road to take you, your associates and your patients well into the future, without landlord intrusion.
  • Maximize Flexibility: Be Proactive; we’ll help enhance your ability to transition and retire out of your medical practice when you’re ready.
  • Save Time & Money: Avoid the time and stress involved in negotiating your own lease, and focus on delivering quality patient care.

Our Medical Lease Negotiation Process: What to Expect

Our lease negotiators will conduct a thorough review of your lease, and evaluate items like lease economics, significant dates, and any details and risks hidden throughout. Items that our leasing consultants look for include:

  • Assignment Requirements: Are there any provisions in your lease that affect your ability to sell or transfer your practice down the line?
  • Personal Financial Obligations: Who is guaranteeing your office lease? Is the lease under your name? Will you be responsible for paying rent after the selling or transferring has taken place?
  • Protection & Security: If something unexpected should occur, do you have a death and disability clause in place that protects you and your family?
  • Practice Relocation: Does your lease provide your landlord with the right to move your practice? If so, who pays for the relocation costs, you or them?

The Medical Lease Negotiation

After a thorough review of your office lease, our negotiators will create an action plan based on your goals and the fine details of your practice, future career plans and specific leasing requirements. Equipped with this knowledge, our team will work with you to devise an expert negotiation strategy that will increase your chances of getting what you need from your upcoming lease negotiation.

From start to finish, our negotiators act as the liaison between you and your landlord, managing the entire process from beginning to end, so you don’t have to. You’ll feel at ease knowing you’ve got the support of our expert in-house lease negotiators, legal team, commercial and medical office real estate market research analysts, practice brokers, healthcare consultants, and ex-landlords.

Questions about your medical lease? Contact our leasing experts for your no-charge lease consultation at 1-800-459-3413.

Hear it from Our Doctors!