I plan to start a practice with distance learning (or online advice). That`s far from the only reason I chose to do it, but I didn`t want to have the cost of renting office space, especially in the beginning, when I probably don`t have many clients. I know at first, Tamara mentioned that he tried to do it every hour. This is a great strategy to worry about the triple net. You agree to a gross rental agreement with another therapist and pay a fixed price to use their space. Let someone else take care of it! I had already scheduled clients for the next two days in the office, that is, Thursday and Friday. . and most of next week and the next. I was single and could barely move my office and files on my own. There was no time to think about looking for offices.
And frankly, it wasn`t in my budget! I had never negotiated a contract at the time, I had no idea what to look for in a landlord, I had no idea what the average offices were going to rent (or that they would be rented per square foot!) and anyway, I wouldn`t have been able to find a place for my solo practice in the same part of the city. If you plan to sublet hours or days in your office, make sure everyone who uses the office has the same understanding of the agreement before signing an agreement. Many problems can be avoided if you have clear discussions about the following issues. Thank you very much. I will soon be renting offices to other therapists, and I found this contribution useful. Another critical factor that can influence your choice of a psychotherapy office is its potential for development. If you expect rapid expansion, talk to the owner/owner. He/she can be a resource in planning the next train. And sometimes they`re willing to grant rental credit when you first move into a new suite. I heard about 6 months of free rent, although 2 months without rent is more common.
However, if things don`t work out as expected (which they often do), a contract saves you from both many potential problems and conflicts. Add this that is negotiable with your subtenant: Maybe you`re considering subletting your space to someone. Maybe you`re considering subletting another person`s place. One way or another, I want you to insist on a clear treaty. A contract should include the specific days or period that each of you owns, in addition to the duration of the sub-rent, the amount of rent paid by the subtenant and the percentage in which the rate increases from one contract to another, if any. . . .