This Week in Healthcare Real Estate

by CoyDavidson on April 20, 2017

Healthcare Real Estate News from Across the Web

Past Peak: The Market for MOBs Is Slowing Down Amid Uncertainty
Days after Republican legislators pulled the American Health Care Act (AHCA) from the House floor, acknowledging they lacked the votes necessary to pass it, U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan signaled he will continue efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA). With the ACA standing in limbo—as a law that could be assailed at any time—private investors are looking at the merits of selling off their medical office assets. Meanwhile, foreign investors are deciding… National Real Estate Investor

Medical Office Buildings Becoming A Fluid Asset For Healthcare Systems
For healthcare systems today, their real estate portfolio has become a fluid asset. A decade ago, real estate assets owned by a hospital system were the “second-largest item on their balance sheet and got the least amount of attention,” Novant Health senior vice president of construction David Park said. Today, Novant and other health systems see it as a manageable asset, one where owned facilities can be sold as cap rates decline and then repurchased when those rates begin to rise… Bisnow

Healthcare Uncertainty Trickling Down To Real Estate
Lack of certainty due to Obamacare and its possible repeal is causing doctors to pause before buying buildings or planning expansions, which is the biggest challenge to developers as well, Pacific Building Group’s president Jim Roherty tells GlobeSt.com. As we previously reported, the firm has been awarded a 63,000-square-foot medical-building project in El Centro, CA,. by developer Pacific Medical Buildings… GlobeSt.com

Institutional Real Estate Investor Hosts Podcast on Medical Real Estate
How large is the medical office sector and how fast is it growing? Who are the sector’s major owners and investors, and what type of financing is available? How does the industry perform during typical real estate cycles, and how has medical office performed in recent years? For answers to those and other questions, we turn to Mike Hargrave, a principal with Revista, which provides healthcare property data and industry information to investors in the medical real estate space… Revista

Montecito Acquires DaVita Building in Albuquerque
Montecito Medical Real Estate, a premier owner of medical office buildings throughout the U.S., has acquired the newly constructed DaVita Medical Group clinic in Albuquerque, N.M. Formerly known as ABQ Health Partners, DaVita Medical Group is one of the area’s largest multi-specialty medical groups and is a division of DaVita, Inc. (DVA), a leading provider of kidney-care services in the United States… Yahoo Finance

Global Medical REIT Building Portfolio of Medical Facilities
When Global Medical REIT Inc. (NYSE: GMRE) went public last summer, the company set its sights on a specific niche within the health care real estate sector: licensed medical treatment facilities. The company has focused on transactions in the range of $10 million to $50 million, and CEO David Young now sees a steady flow of acquisition opportunities coming from smaller cities and rural locations… REIT.com

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