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Buyer demand increases for niche medical practices and businesses

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Are you thinking of selling your medical business this year?

Recently we have seen an increase in the number of medical practices entering the market. In fact the number of buyers waiting for the right medical practice has doubled over the last 12 months. What is the reason for this? That's a difficult question to answer but in the current economic climate we have seen a broader diversity of buyers looking to invest money in a safe industry.

If you are looking to sell your practice then the first step would be to contact a specialist medical broker. They will be able to give you an accurate assessment of the current market conditions and also give you an estimate of what your practice may be worth.

It is only by going to the market that the real interest in your private medical practice will be established. If you would like a free initial consultation with no obligation to proceed then contact Morgan Cox who would be delighted to talk you through the next steps. We have buyers waiting and one of them may be for your business.

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Morgan Cox is the CEO of the Morgan Cox Ltd Group of Companies. Market information and news items are published regularly by any of the respective teams in the Morgan Cox Group. Morgan Cox Ltd is a specialist niche consultancy, providing valuation and sales services. Our clients typically instruct us to acquire a strategic businesses/practices or execute a planned exit from their business. Our teams comprise of expert valuers and brokers in Health Care markets (dental, pharmacy, physiotherapy, medical) and white collared professional markets (accountancy, legal, schools) and other areas.
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