Year of the Smart Seller


Let us make an offer on your medical real estate.

Last year, more owners trusted Montecito to acquire their medical office properties than any other buyer. Here are a few reasons why.


1. Medical office values are at an all-time high as large investors compete to buy properties. Capital gains tax rates may be going up. It’s an ideal time to sell.

2. With Montecito, you can maintain ownership in your property after the sale, with opportunities for tax deferral, ongoing income, and additional profit when the real estate sells as part a large portfolio.


3. Our creative structure aligns interests between senior and younger physicians.


4. Beyond your property, we offer additional opportunities for building wealth through medical real estate.


5. You can liberate capital to execute your group’s growth strategies, expand locations and services, invest in new technologies and pay off debt.


6. We don’t answer to Wall Street. We’re privately held, so we can always focus on the needs of the partners we serve.


7. We’re utterly unbureaucratic. No investment committees. No red tape. You can always talk directly with a decision-maker.


8. We’re not a REIT. We’re experts in medical real estate and the needs of medical practices.


9. We have a track record of successfully closing even large, complex deals.


10. We can help you harness the power of data to assess potential new markets for entry, pinpoint optimal locations for new offices, identify physician service gaps and make strategic decisions faster and with greater confidence.


Let us make an offer on your medical real estate.


“The reputation of Montecito among physicians is outstanding.” 

Dr. John Sheppard, President, Virginia Eye Consultants


“We loved their reputation, people and culture.” 

Dr. Jitesh Patel, Advanced Urology, Atlanta, GA


“We just felt very comfortable working with Montecito.” 

Scot Davis, CEO, Arkansas Urology


“I wouldn’t hesitate recommending Montecito.” 

Bruce Cohen, CEO, OrthoCarolina


“The option to reinvest was a strong positive in favor of Montecito’s deal structure.” 

Matthew Stearns, COO, Murfreesboro Medical Clinic

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