It doesn’t look as if anyone is going to dethrone Oakland, Calif.-based Kaiser Permanente as the country’s largest owner of medical real estate anytime soon.
For the sixth consecutive year, Kaiser, a health insurer and provider with 8.6 million members in nine states, sat atop the annual “2018 Top 50 Owners of Medical Real Estate” report compiled by Revista, which gathers and provides a wide variety of healthcare real estate (HRE) data, statistics and reports for its subscribing members.
Taken together, the Hospital and MOB sector is valued at $1 Trillion
There are currently about 600 medical office projects under way across the country. More than 15 percent of those projects include orthopedics. Why do so many projects include this specialty?
Revista is thrilled to announce that Andrew Haslam, Chief Asset Officer for Providence St. Joseph’s Health System and Tom Errath, Director for Harrison Street Real Estate Capital will co-chair the 2020 Revista Medical Real Estate Investment Forum.
The country’s healthcare-focused REITs have always been, and are likely to continue to be, an important investor group in the medical office building (MOB) acquisitions sector.
While MOB transaction activity might have cooled somewhat and MOB construction remains steady, deliveries of hospital projects have been on a spike. Based on projects that have either opened or are scheduled to open by the end of the year, we will be adding roughly 35 million square feet to inventory in 2019.
There’s plenty of talk in the medical office building (MOB) sales sector that even though demand remains as high as ever for the product type, the volume has been quiet so far in 2019. Second quarter (Q2) and year-to-date MOB sales statistics compiled by healthcare real estate (HRE) data firm Revista, which provides a variety of HRE data to subscribers, confirm this notion.
Ardent purchased Hillcrest health system in 2004 for roughly $281.2 million. According...
SABRA Healthcare REIT (NYSE: SBRA) announced in a recent filing that they purchased 4 post-acute SNFs located in Maryland at a price/bed that rivals some hospital trades.
Dr. Linneman went on to explain that as lending increases, more money will be chasing roughly the same stock of assets (properties). He argued that this will increase CRE prices during this cycle despite the fact that interest rates may be rising.
If you feel like medical office pricing is about as high as it can go, you would have a point these days. The current 2nd quarter average price per square foot is running near $330 per square foot for MOBs.
The recently announced Ventas (NYSE: VTR) acquisition of Ardent Health services caught many healthcare real estate investors by surprise...
I was so excited to hear that Dr. Sam Chandan would be presenting again at Revista's Medical Real Estate Investment Forum. I would rate Dr. Chandan’s presentation last year as the best one I heard all year -- Hands down. Dr. Chandan brings three very powerful elements to bear: his super-charged energy, an understanding of economic and market data, and the big picture thinking to bring it all together.