Client Testimonials

"Overall it was a great experience. My AFTCO Analyst was very knowledgeable about the process from start to finish. He also put us in contact with people to help us move the process along. The due diligence that was given to us for the practice we purchased allowed us to analyze and make the decision of purchasing much easier. We look forward to working with My AFTCO Analyst and AFTCO again in the future."

Jeff McGee
Tucson, AZ

"I found working with my AFTCO Analyst to be a true joy. He is knowledgeable, courteous, and he definitely goes the extra mile in helping make the process go as smoothly as possible. I have thoroughly enjoyed working with him and will highly recommend him to anyone I come across who is looking for practice transition assistance."

Kenneth B. Rundle, D.D.S.
Highland, IN

"We could not have been more pleased with our AFTCO Analyst. He was invaluable in making this practice sale. I will highly recommend him to anyone I know is involved in selling a practice."

John M. Burd, D.M.D.
Mint Hill, NC

"Working with AFTCO was great! My AFTCO Analyst was very professional and answered all of our questions. He was readily available for phone calls and really helped us through the entire process. We had a few bumps and my AFTCO Analyst was very accommodating to help us with a work around."

Ashley M. Paschal, D.M.D.
Sunrise, FL

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