The right price

We show your practice in the best possible light, to get the best possible result.

We paint a picture of your practice, not just as it is, but as it could be.

Practice Sale Search uncovers your practice’s hidden wealth and potential to buyers, in order to maximise the return you get on your most valuable asset.


The right result

We recognise that, while price is important, it isn’t the only consideration.

Achieving the right result can also be about the personality of the purchaser, compatibility with the team and community, or the terms and timing of the sale. We have an extensive database of buyers, ranging from recent graduates right through to corporate interests.

Practice Sale Search partners with you to identify the success criteria of the sale and qualify the right buyers, so that you get the results you are looking for!

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Discreet and confidential

Practice Sale Search recognises that selling your dental practice is a discreet and sometimes sensitive process. We offer many different service levels of confidentiality and discretion.

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Trying to sell your practice in NZ?

Practice Sale Search New Zealand is the only full-service brokerage service that will guide you through the purchase and sale of your practice every step of the way. Our dedicated New Zealand broker has decades of experience in the local dental industry and will hold your hand throughout the process, to make this transition a smooth and predictable one.

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Mar 26 2020 - Post-sale stories
As Australia and New Zealand combats COVID-19, there is a lot of uncertainty about what the future will hold. There will be many of you who are concerned about what the impact of this will be on one of your most valuable assets - your practice. Rest assured that your practice is still valuable.
Mar 16 2020 - Post-sale stories
My practice was a low - level suburban practice, so I didn’t anticipate a lot of interest. However, we had 13 interested parties come through to view the practice within a week or so. The new owners are a lovely couple, a husband and wife who are both dentists. I am still working for them two days a week. They are able to offer a number of things, which I hadn’t been prepared to do. I’m lucky as they have been extremely easy to work with. If I have a problem I can talk to them about it, and they are happy for me to do the two days. I’m very busy on those days – I often think I work harder on those two days than I did before I sold the practice!
There is a school of thought that in a price negotiation that the buyer should point out every fault, weaknesses, minor flaw and imperfection of the acquisition and talk down any strengths, in order to justify giving the vendor a lower than expected price. This negotiating strategy may seem like a logical way to communicate your lower appraisal of the asset in question. It may be honest feedback and it may even work when buying assets like a second-hand car from a used car salesperson. However, when buying a business from someone who has owned, worked in and built up a practice for years (sometimes decades), this type of negotiation is more likely to be completely ineffective and...