This Week in Healthcare Real Estate

by CoyDavidson on February 16, 2018

This Week’s Top Healthcare Real Estate News

Are Medical Office Buildings Still Blue-Chip Assets?
Last year, 97% of healthcare investors surveyed by CBRE indicated they were most interested in MOB product, driving medical office buildings acquisitions up by 34.4% to $1.4B in the Texas-Oklahoma-Arkansas region in 2017. With prices continuing to rise even as the tides of national healthcare policy shift, are MOBs still blue-chip assets for investors or has the sector hit a bubble?… BizNow

Buckhead Medical Office Bldg Sells for $86.5 Million
A venture with a minority interest in Piedmont West just added Piedmont Physicians Plaza in south Buckhead to its health-care real estate portfolio. Kayne Anderson Real Estate Advisors (KAREA) and MB Real Estate Healthcare (MBRE Healthcare) of Chicago paid $86.5 million for the medical office building on Piedmont Healthcare’s Buckhead campus. DPR Construction built the five-story, 125,000-square-foot medical office building atop an eight-story, 330,000-square-foot parking deck… CoStar Group

Wisconsin system buys 18 properties it was leasing
Prior to the start of 2018, several members of the Editorial Advisory Board (EAB) of Healthcare Real Estate Insights predicted that the sector would see some transactions in which health systems would buy medical office buildings (MOBs) they are leasing from third-party owners. In such so-called “reverse monetizations,” as EAB members called the transactions, the health systems buying… HREI

Is The Timing Right To Sell Healthcare Properties?
Investor interest in healthcare facilities is at an all-time high, according to Beth Young, SVP, Colliers International. Young specializes in healthcare, medical office and medical/retail properties. In this exclusive, she recently discussed how to determine the best time to sell, what is driving demand, pricing and inventory, and how multi-partnerships can structure transactions…

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Q4 2017 U.S. Top Office Metros Snapshot

February 15, 2018 Colliers International

2017 Closes Out on a Positive Note as Major Office Markets Remain Strong The Q4 2017 U.S. Top Office Metros Snapshot report shows that the major office markets remained healthy in the fourth quarter, with rents holding steady in seven of the 10 major markets and rising in two. Only one market saw a rise […]

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Texas Office Market Upate | Year-End 2017

February 10, 2018 Austin

The Texas Economic Expansion Continues The Texas economy continues its broad expansion. Texas employment growth accelerated in the fourth quarter and was strong across most metros and industries. In Houston the office market is showing signs of recovery in the wake of the energy sector downturn. Austin continues to establish itself as favored location among […]

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This Week in Healthcare Real Estate

February 9, 2018 Healthcare Real Estate News

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Answering the Social Media Question… Sort of

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How Much Money Have You Made with Social Media? I have thought about publishing this post for a long time and in the past have opted out for a few different reasons. Since I am a prolific user of social media for business purposes, one question that I get often is “have you made any […]

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Dallas -Fort Worth Office Market Report | Q4 2017

February 7, 2018 Dallas

2017: The Year of the Move-In After years of speculation, planning, and construction, the relocations and consolidations that have been the hype of the DFW market for the last several years have come to fruition. Toyota moved into its 2.1 million square foot headquarters in June 2017, JP Morgan occupied its 1 million square foot […]

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This Week in Healthcare Real Estate

February 4, 2018 Healthcare Real Estate News

Healthcare Real Estate News Medical Office Sector Becoming Core For those involved in the buying and selling of medical office buildings, you feel it. Transaction volumes have been steadily rising for the past few years. Revista began tracking property transactions in 2014 and volumes in that year were $8.9B for MOBs. By all accounts, 2014 […]

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2018 Houston Commercial Real Estate Market Trends

January 31, 2018 Economic Reports

Positive Signs for the Houston Economy Bodes Well for CRE Colliers International Houston held its Trends 2018 event at the Houston Country Club Tuesday evening. Overall, the outlook for commercial real estate in Houston is good said Pat Duffy Colliers’ Houston President before hundreds of guests at the annual event. Current Houston economic indicators are […]

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January 27, 2018 Healthcare Real Estate News

This Week’s Top Healthcare Real Estate News Eds and Meds: An Inside Look Commercial real estate in Philadelphia is significantly tied to the future of its institutions of higher education and healthcare. In 2016, Educational and Health Services Employers (Eds and Meds) employed 30% of the workforce in the Philadelphia Metropolitan Area as reported by […]

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Houston Retail Market Report | Q4 2017

January 26, 2018 Houston

Houston’s retail market remains healthy through year-end Houston’s retail market has shown resiliency amid an energy downturn, retailer bankruptcies and store closings, as well as a category 4 Hurricane which flooded Houston in August. Despite these events, Houston’s average retail vacancy has remained under 6% over the past few years and the average retail vacancy […]

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