Veterinary Office Lease Review & Rent Analysis
Before your sign or renew your veterinary office lease, do you know what you’re agreeing to?
Landlords strive to increase the value of their properties by enforcing hidden clauses in the details of your office lease that permit them many unfair privileges like raising rents, relocating your practice, preventing your practice sale from happening, or worse.
Protect your practice and schedule your complimentary lease consultation today!
Veterinary Office Lease Review and Rent Analysis
For 20 years, Cirrus Consulting Group has been offering our clients the invaluable Office Lease Review and Rent Analysis, a.k.a. our Critical Dates and Risk Assessment (CDRA) services. Our CDRA arms you with the information and tools essential for any upcoming lease negotiation or discussion with your landlord. Our team guarantees this lease review will help save you thousands of dollars over the life of your lease.
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Key Issues Uncovered in the Lease Review
Questions? Contact us today for your complimentary veterinary office lease consultation with one of our expert consultants at 1-800-459-3413.
Next Steps: Preparing for the Office Lease Negotiation
In addition to our office lease review, Cirrus offers animal health professionals complete office lease negotiation services. Our office lease negotiators are here to save you the time, stress and money involved in your upcoming veterinary lease negotiation.O
We act as the liaison between you and the landlord, taking care of the entire lease negotiation process from start to finish, so you don’t have to. You’ll feel safe working with Cirrus knowing you’re supported by the expertise of our in-house lease negotiators, legal team, commercial and market research analysts, veterinary practice brokers, and ex-landlords.
Did You Know?
of veterinarians across North America have a veterinary lease that may inhibit them from ever selling their practice.
of veterinarians in North America lose their ability to sell their practice each year.
of veterinarians 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!