This Week in Healthcare Real Estate – 10.27.17

Healthcare Real Estate News

Politics Or Not, Developers Think Healthcare Real Estate Is A CRE Blue Chip
When it comes to healthcare real estate, legislative threats and significant technological advancement has this sector of CRE optimistically on guard. Soaring insurance costs, the volatility of the Affordable Care Act and continued efforts to chip away at it has fostered interest in moving healthcare treatments to lower-cost ambulatory care centers. But even if the political future of healthcare is murky, developers view the sector as a blue-chip industry due to growing health interests … Biznow

Investor Interest Varies Greatly By Metro
You’ve probably seen the Revista chart on ownership makeup across the US. The one that shows 75% of outpatient inventory is owned by the user: physicians, providers and hospitals. This is a significant portion compared to say, hotels, in which the lion’s share is owned by investors. It’s interesting to note that although roughly 25% of inventory is investor owned nationally, the stats vary widely by metro… Revista

Healthcare real estate: The right medicine for institutional investment
Interest in U.S. healthcare real estate is at an all-time high – and it’s not just because of the political talk surrounding healthcare reform. Recognizing that healthcare represents 18 percent of the economy, this “alternative” sector for institutional real estate investors is now on its way to going mainstream… JLL

Meridian Buys Medical Office Building in Laguna Hills, Calif.
Meridian, a full­service real estate developer and owner of medical real estate, is pleased to announce that the firm has closed escrow on the purchase of The Laguna, a 57,057­ square­foot medical office building in Orange County, California…. Healthcare Real Estate Insights.

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