Preparing Your Practice for Sale – Facility, Plant & Equipment
Not unlike buyer ability to realize immediate cash flow when considering the purchase of a practice, they are also absolutely driven by status and the basic optics of any investment. Many of our clients have mature or outdated practice facilities, so during the course of their appraisal we make suggestions regarding aesthetic improvements and are often met with push-back.
FAQs About Commercial Leases in Canada
Leasing space for your practice is one of the most important decisions you will make when you open or relocate your dental practice or healthcare…
3 Ways to get more Referrals for Your Dental Practice
Referrals are a great way to build the clientele of your dental practice. For an established dental practice, 70% of new patient growth should come…
Architects vs Designers: Which Do You Need for Your Office Renovation?
If you’re considering a substantial commercial renovation or new build, an architects and/or a designer will get you to your goals faster and better. But…
Choosing a General Contractor: What Business Owners Need to Know
Hiring a contractor is the most important step a business owner will take when building a new facility or updating existing space. The key to hiring an efficient, trustworthy contractor lies in your ability to ask the right questions before you hire a contractor.
Top 10 Things to Consider BEFORE Signing a Commercial Lease
Signing a commercial lease brings a number of challenges, particularly for first-time business renters. Here a few pitfalls to consider before you sign. One of…
ANTHAM Construction Group Inc. is on the move!
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5 Easy Tips for Your Next Office Makeover
Is your office drab and boring? Here are a few simple things you can do to renovate your office without breaking the bank. Was your…
How to Improve Security for Your Office
From serial thieves and temporary employees to cleaning staff or building visitors, your workplace may be more vulnerable than you think. Here are a few quick tips to consider on how to improve security for your office.