Yes, indirectly. MREC is familiar with reputable practice transition groups to whom it refers business and recommends to clients. As part of their core business, those groups not only maintain databases and information about available opportunities and buyers, but they are also well equipped to evaluate practices and to negotiate purchases or sales. MREC is sometimes more involved in these situations when it comes to evaluating the office lease or the purchase of real estate or fixed assets, and these real estate parts of the transaction require our help to insure the longevity of the practice is protected and that lender requirements are met. Also, in some cases improvements to a facility are anticipated, and we create a plan and budget for use in the purchase negotiation. Finally, in many cases we solely assist clients in obtaining financing for practice purchases or buyouts.