The Process

1

Contact the team either by phone, email or complete the Fact Finder and an expert from GPER will quickly get back to you. You can do this by:

  • Clicking on the Fact Finder link
  • Completing the call back request form at the bottom of the page
2

On a call we will discuss with you what we do, how we do it and jointly we can assess whether GP Equity Release is the most appropriate solution for you and your practice. We will also answer any questions you may have.

3

If agreed that you then wish to explore GP Equity Release further, we will come to your premises and meet with you and your fellow GPs or co-owners. At that meeting, we can get to understand your needs, and those of your GP colleagues, in more detail and will expand upon the legal process.

4

Based on the information you have provided we can give an indication of our offer for your equity stake in the property. If acceptable we would instruct a survey of your building and engage our solicitors to draft the legal agreement – the Declaration of Trust Deed. For a written explanation of the legal structure for yourself or your solicitor please contact us and we will send it to you.

5

We strongly recommend that you seek independent advice on our proposal from both your solicitor and your accountant, as they will need to be involved in the transaction. If you would like us to recommend one, we would be happy to do so. We have a panel of advisors who can help.

6

Once we have the survey report back from our surveyors, we will be in a position to make a formal offer for your equity share (we are happy to share the findings of the survey with you).

7

If the offer remains acceptable, the transaction is documented, and the funds are released and paid to your solicitor.

8

GPER will sit alongside the remaining GP co-owners of the premises as a silent, equity-owning, property partner in a long-term relationship.

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