Top Posts for September 2017

by CoyDavidson on October 2, 2017

Most Popular Blog Posts from The Tenant Advisor (September 2017)

In case you missed them, below are links to the most popular posts from The Tenant Advisor for last month:

The Increasing Importance of Real Estate in Healthcare
Healthcare providers are dealing with a myriad of challenges in the face of softening admissions, changing consumer expectations about healthcare, tight operating margins, shrinking budgets and shifting policies. While facing these challenges many health systems are looking to expand their access points to capture more patients and drive referrals. This translates into a more distributed real estate footprint… read the full article

Amazon Posts RFP for Amazon HQ2
Anyone in the commercial real estate community or the business community for that matter, by now has seen the news that Amazon is seeking ┬áto establish a second North American Headquarters location described as a full equal to their existing Seattle headquarters… read the full article

2017 Houston Medical Office Building Sales (Q1-Q3)
The healthcare sector is increasingly on the radar of institutional real estate investors as the amount of capital pouring into the medical office building sector is robust driven by the recession-resistant fundamentals of this asset class and consistent rates of return. Nationally, publicly traded Healthcare REIT’s have been the most active buyers of medical office buildings in 2017 and that has been the case in Houston… read the full article

Houston Methodist Hospital is the Top Owner of Healthcare Real Estate In Houston
Healthcare real estate research firm Revista has released an update to it’s List of Top 50 Healthcare Real Estate Owners in the United States. Houston Methodist Hospital is ranked the top owner of healthcare real estate in Houston with $4.2 billion in real estate assets which represented 12% growth year over year based on 2016 data. Houston Methodist ranked number 26 overall in the United States… read the full article

2017 Capital Flows Midyear Update
U.S. Property Markets Shake Off Slowdown and Power On: Our 1H 2017 Capital Flows Midyear Update addresses the recent slowdown in U.S. property markets. Despite several quarters of decline in year-over-year transaction volume, the rate of decline has been falling, suggesting markets are stabilizing. Price appreciation has renewed and price gains have been broad-based across most sectors… read the full article

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