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At 1st Med Financial, we understand that many times, a partner buy-in/buy-out is the most advantageous scenario for a dentist. Maybe an aging practitioner would like to cash-out some equity in the practice and bring on a new or current associate to share and continue to grow the practice. Or, a current partnership has ran its course and one of the dental practice partners is looking to move on. We will assist in coordinating the most suitable financing scenario to meet the ultimate goals of both parties.
Keep in mind that a partner buy-in will usually require a lien on the whole practice (not just the half being financed). This is a detail to be brought up early in negotiations, as many current dental practice owners are not aware of this requirement. A personal guarantee of the selling partner will not be required.
At 1st Med, we've been helping numerous dental practice partners take advantage of the historically low interest rates & the multiple 100% buy-in options available.
At 1st Med Financial, we pride ourselves on guiding each buyer through the process of successfully obtaining A Dental Practice Partner Buy-in / Buy-Out Loan. Our Dental Practice Loan Advisors have over 25 years of combined lending experience and will work with you to evaluate the financial feasibility of the opportunity you are considering.
To speak with one of our practice loan advisors and learn more about the Dental Practice Partner Buy-In/Buy-Out Loan Programs available, give us a call at (877) 625-8531 or click here to get started online.
“First, let me take a minute to say Thank You! The time and effort you and your team took to get me the financing I needed for my buy-out, acquisition and consolidation was, to say the least, beyond awesome. I was treated by everyone as if we were long lost best friends.
Through the entire process, it felt as though getting this done was a personal task....not a job. Embarrassingly enough, I had come to you once, but decided to go to my bank "because they knew me". They were terrible, to put it nicely.
Bottom line, I'm where I am today with my practice because of you.”