Incentive For Medical Business Owners
Medical business owners can now claim up to one million dollars that would have previously gone to their landlords. By partnering with DeCee develop, new clinic operators can share in the value uplift created by their lease.
By that, we mean that whenever you simply lease space from a landlord, you are effectively adding more value to that property as it will become a much more attractive investment than when it was vacant.
Medical tenants across the country are becoming known as very solid, stable tenants. Our model allows you, as the tenant, to share some of that value that you’re creating over an investment property. This can provide an added bonus to the market incentive traditionally provided to a new tenant.
DeCee Director said of the new model “As medical centres become increasingly attractive to large investment funds, market conditions are ideal for development for returns. We simply share that value with our partnered clinics allowing them to directly benefit from the process.”
“We are already delivering projects along the eastern seaboard where benefits of up to $1 million are being returned to operators as they begin their lease in a new or refurbished, purpose designed medical centres.”
The model can be applied in almost any location in Australia and both directors take an active role in helping operators find the best areas for medical expansion.
DeCee brings over 40 years of commercial property experience to the table and can assist in analysing everything from the right demographics of a targeted area through to the negotiation of a lease.
“We take the guesswork out of the process and provide the best course of action”
“Sometimes it’s the minor details of a lease that can get you into trouble like the proposed rent reviews or an unfavourable make-good provision.”
DeeCee Develop has been founded by Dustin Welch, former director of Savills Health Projects Australia. They specialise in the fund sourcing, development and refurbishment of medical centres across Australia. Contactable by 0417 716 526.