Topic: Real Estate Financing/Capital Markets

January 29, 2018
Mike Hargrave

From the 2018 Revista Medical Real Estate Investment Forum – Medical Office Sector Becoming Core

Transaction volumes have been steadily rising for the past few years. Revista began tracking property transactions in 2014 and volumes in that year were $8.9B for MOBs
January 8, 2018
Hilda Martin

Construction Slowing – Outpatient Deliveries Down 15% from 2016

2017 will have broken many records in terms of sales transaction activity in healthcare real estate, but it won’t in terms of new construction. Revista data is showing 3 consecutive years with a decrease in starts which is now also affecting total deliveries. Only 16.3M square feet was delivered in 2017, 15% less than the previous year's total of 19.3M.
December 19, 2017
Mike Hargrave

The Surgery Center Premium for MOBs

The table below shows the median price per square foot (PPSF) for medical office buildings (MOBs) that have a surgery center and do not have a surgery center and the resulting premium.
November 21, 2017
Mike Hargrave

Medical Real Estate Transaction Activity at Record Levels , Will it Continue?

The medical real estate sector is seeing increasing levels of transaction activity, particularly across hospital real estate and medical office buildings
October 25, 2017
John B. Mugford

2017: The Year of the MOB Portfolio Deal?

Well, the time certainly seems right to sell in 2017, as capitalization (cap) rates – the estimated first-year return on an investment – have reached all-time lows. Many high-quality portfolios and single MOBs with credit-rated tenants are trading at cap rates of 6 percent and below, some right around or even under 5 percent.
October 25, 2017
Hilda Martin

Investor Interest Varies Greatly By Metro

...although roughly 25% of inventory is investor owned nationally, the stats vary widely by metro. Some areas are predominantly owned by healthcare providers while other areas have a significant portion, sometimes majority, of the real estate owned by a third party - whether that be a REIT, institutional fund or private investor.
September 28, 2017
Mike Hargrave

Rendina Offers up a National Medical Office Portfolio for Sale

The portfolio includes several class A assets such as the Harker Heights Medical Pavilion which is 100% leased and on the campus of Seton Medical Center Harker Heights.
September 28, 2017
Mindy Berman

Look at the Hot Medical Office Money!

The Big Three healthcare REITs – HCP, Welltower and Ventas –remained disciplined with acquisitions while non-listed REIT fundraising has limited their supply of new investment capital.
September 25, 2017
John B. Mugford

Large MOB Portfolio Sales Often Fly Under the Radar

In the medical office building (MOB) space, large portfolio sales involving publicly traded companies usually grab most of the headlines. Recent blockbuster deals include Physicians Realty Trust’s (NYSE: DOC) $700 million acquisition of more than 50 MOBs from Catholic Health Initiatives in 2016 and Healthcare Trust of America’s (NYSE: HTA) $2.25 billion purchase of more than 70 medical office properties from Duke Realty Corp. (NYSE: DRE) in recent months.
August 24, 2017
Mindy Berman

MOB Sales Continue at Furious Pace in 2017

Record MOB sales in the first half of nearly $5.5 billion rivaled total volume in 2012 through 2014. The major reason was HTA’s $2.2 billion acquisition of the Duke Realty healthcare portfolio in June, leaving the balance of first half acquisitions at $3.2 billion, consistent with first half volume in 2015 and 2016 – years with record overall sales.
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