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Attend a complimentary CE webinar for veterinarians about:

How to Negotiate or Renegotiate the Terms and Rental Rates in Your Veterinary Office Lease Post COVID-19

December 7, 2021 · 9:00 PM – 10:00 PM (EST)

 

 

You’re invited to attend an info-packed webinar presented by Commercial Veterinary real estate and leasing expert Eric Pook from Cirrus Consulting Group, to learn the insider tips if you are leasing your Veterinary office building.

Register and Learn About

Opening a Practice

  • Buying vs. Leasing: How to determine ROI on your real estate investment during the uncertainty of a pandemic.

  • The key steps to opening a practice and negotiating to prepare for the unexpected.

Office Lease Renewals

  • How and when to start negotiations with your landlord with COVID-19.

  • Identifying expensive lease traps, and how to negotiate the best rental rates and terms during your renewal.

Selling Your Practice/Transitioning

  • How the lease agreement can make or break the your practice sale.

  • Increasing practice value with a well-structured and negotiated lease agreement.

  • Identify your surprising responsibilities if you are thinking of just walking away.

Cost-Saving Strategies

  • How to determine if you’re overpaying in rent today.

  • Understand “Common Area Maintenance (CAM)” charges.

Speaker:

Eric Pook, Managing Director | Cirrus Consulting Group 

Eric is the Directing Manager of Cirrus Consulting Group, North America’s preeminent commercial real estate and office lease negotiation firm for Veterinarians. Eric is experienced in consulting businesses with an emphasis on revenue creation and cost mitigation.

1 CE Credit available for all attendees

Continuing Education in Animal Health

Cirrus Consulting Group is a nationally approved RACE provider. Veterinarians participating in Cirrus seminars and webinars are eligible to earn CE credits that are recognized  by the American Association of Veterinary State Boards.

Questions? Contact us at 1.800.459.3413 to speak to
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