This Week in Healthcare Real Estate

by CoyDavidson on January 27, 2018

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 the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Two of the region’s leading visionaries in healthcare and higher education discussed the exciting, transformational possibilities for the future of these consumer-centric industries. Steve Klasko, President & CEO of Thomas Jefferson University & Jefferson Health and John Fry, President of Drexel University… Knowledge Leader

A View on the Medical Office Sector

Real Capital Analytics released their  US Capital Trends Review for 2017. The medical office sector was a standout for 2017, delivering double-digit growth in deal volume. This sector has a lot to offer in the way of a growth story given the demographic trends and historically, a better yield opportunity. Medical office buildings are typically found in suburban locales so broader suburban pricing trends can be instructive for the sector. Medical office deal volume grew 22% in 2017, but with the growth in activity, investors are beginning to bid up the value of these assets. From 2012 to 2015, medical office cap rates averaged 5 bps higher than those for suburban offices overall. With the growth in investor interest in the sector, cap rates now stand 20 bps lower than suburban offices overall.

Health Care REITs Adapting to Changing Market Forces
The future of health care real estate is being shaped by a variety of forces. A growing elderly population is increasing demand for medical services. Consumer preferences for medical care are shifting… Nareit

A closer look at U.S. health care infrastructure
Given the size and scope of the country’s health care infrastructure and its life-saving and health-promoting mission, it’s no wonder that its condition and ability to function at peak performance is a vital national priority… Health Facilities Management

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