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Selling a Rehab Facility comes with unique considerations and questions. We're here to guide you through this complex process and help you determine if Rehab Brokers Group is the right fit for you.
Selling a Rehab Facility involves industry-specific complexities that require specialized expertise. Rehab Brokers Group ensures that every aspect of the transaction is well-managed, from accurately valuing your facility to vetting potential buyers who understand the rehab industry.
We have years of experience specifically in the rehab sector. Our successful track record and satisfied clients can attest to our expertise in navigating the challenges unique to rehab facility sales.
We offer a no-commitment, complimentary valuation service specifically designed for Rehab Facilities. A timely valuation based on current market conditions can guide your decision to sell.
While it’s theoretically possible, it is unlikely. The valuation of a Rehab Facility is a complex process involving many factors such as patient demographics, services offered, and existing contracts. Buyers who understand the rehab market are less likely to overpay.
Rehab Brokers Group has built an extensive network of buyers who are looking specifically for Rehab Facilities. From individual investors to healthcare organizations, we know who is most likely to be interested in your type of facility.
We guide you through each step of the process, from the initial decision to sell to the final closing. You’ll begin by signing a Confidentiality Agreement to protect your information, followed by a Broker Agreement. No upfront fees are required.
Our fees are contingent on the successful sale of your facility and are based on a percentage of the final selling price.
The “best time” can vary depending on many factors, including the current market, your financial situation, and any regulatory changes in the rehab industry.
This depends on various factors, including how market-ready your facility is and the recommendations in our specialized valuation report.
Continued involvement after the sale is usually negotiable and depends on the buyer’s needs and your own preferences.
Your confidentiality is safeguarded by the signed Confidentiality Agreement between you and Rehab Brokers Group.
While your advisors are valuable team members for your exit strategy, they generally do not have the network or expertise in rehab facility sales that Rehab Brokers Group offers.
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