Creating Common Ownership Among Multiple Properties
Are real estate entities with subsets of owners conflicting with the interests of the practice?
Whether through mergers, acquisitions or organic real estate growth, many groups are challenged with real estate entities that have misaligned ownership with the operations, or each other. For some groups, this can become complicated with new partners picking and choosing which investment they would like to be involved in. Others are faced with decisions that will directly impact one set of owners either favorably or unfavorably. This conflict of interest is particularly apparent when groups set rents and when groups decide upon their long-term real estate footprint. Ultimately, real estate consolidation can be essential in avoiding a subset of physicians being economically impacted in an unfavorable way because of the objectives of the practice.
CMAC works to consolidate, align and equalize the ownership of the real estate so that groups can make one-minded decisions to benefit the whole.