This is a great opportunity to purchase an extremely well-priced licensed hospice agency in Murrieta, California (Riverside County). This owner did not anticipate having to sell his agency, but due to family related relocation reasons, the owner is compelled to sell the licensed hospice agency.
This agency passed their CDPH Licensure survey on February 13, 2017 with the agency obviously having a clean record with the new buyer not having to worry about z-codes, ADRs or any other potential baggage involved with an existing hospice agency.
The reason why people purchase a hospice license versus starting one from scratch is the obvious CDPH back log and therefore the time needed to obtain a hospice agency license. If you look at the costs involved during the waiting phase to be licensed, these would include the monthly office rent, the cost for utilities such as telephone service, internet services and then there is the cost of having to pay someone to be physically at the office. These costs can become a hindrance and somewhat insurmountable to many potential owners.
Insofar as relocating the office, it is completely relocatable, but we do recommend that you, the buyer consult with a Medicare Consultant or CMS and or NGS and or DPCS to ensure that where you want to move the licensed agency will in fact be conducive and successful.
This agency is for that person who is eager in owning his/her own licensed hospice agency and who understands the time and the expense that you are saving by purchasing an already established and literally problem free licensed hospice agency. The actual due diligence on a purchase such as this one will be short in nature. Our goal is for the buyer to be able to take this agency to the next level.
One thing that we request is that you understand the business and or that you have a business partner that understands the business. We can talk more about that as we connect.
This listing is not open to financing options. This is a cash only listing. We recommend any interested buyer(s) to consult with their financial institutions, the SBA or other lending entities to seek information on financing options.