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Net Lease Aspen Dental Property Profile and Cap Rates

Date April 18, 2017

Net Lease  Aspen Dental – Typical Property and Lease Terms


Price Range:$1.5mm - $3 mm
Cap Rate:6.75%
Net Income:$130,000
Price Per foot:$500 PSF
Building Size:3,500 SF
Lot Size:.75 AC
Escalations:10% every 5 years
Lease Term:20 Years
Lease Type:NNN
Credit Rating:NR


Tenant Company Information:

Aspen Dental Management, Inc., a dental services company, provides dental and denture services for short- and long-term oral health needs in the United States. Its services include comprehensive exams, cleanings, extractions, fillings, periodontal treatment, whitening, crown and bridge work, preventive care, general dentistry, and restoration. The company also offers oral surgery in the areas of tooth loss, wisdom teeth extraction, dental implants, temporomandibular joint disorders, unequal jaw growth (malocclusion), jaw/mouth/teeth injury, cleft lip and cleft palate repair, extraction of teeth, treatment of endodontic diseases, esthetic aspects of the oral and maxillofacial regions, and adjunctive treatments. In addition, it offers services in the areas of cosmetic dentistry, digital radiography, and gum disease; and common dental issues, bad breath, cavities, dry mouth, tooth sensitivity, tooth erosion, and smoking. Further, the company provides emergency dental care that covers tooth ache relief, swollen jaw relief, cracked tooth, repair lost or loose fillings, sore gum relief, root canal therapy, and dental repair. Furthermore, it offers a range of non-clinical services, including real estate, human resources, and accounting. Aspen Dental Management, Inc. was formerly known as Upstate Dental Health Services and changed its name to Aspen Dental Management, Inc. in 1998. The company was founded in 1964 and is based in East Syracuse, New York with additional offices in Bangor, Waterville, and Augustam, Maine; Cumming and Warner Robins, Georgia; Indiana, Pennsylvania; Pickerington, Ohio; Tulsa and Muskogee, Oklahoma; Hermitage, Tennessee; and Stuart, Florida.