Despite all the difficulties of the pandemic in 2020, medical office transaction activity still kept pace with previous years. Total sales volume cleared $11.2B and these top buyers represented almost half (46%) of that total.
Even though the professionals involved in MOBs correctly predicted that investor demand would remain strong for the product type during the COVID-19 pandemic, some involved in development expressed concern that construction numbers could fall as healthcare systems and providers would be forced to focus on a surge of patients instead of planning new projects.
Revista has posted the 4Q20 MOB Sector Quarterly Brief. Available for a limited time this report provides an executive level overview of supply, demand and rent fundamentals for the aggregate top 50 metros as well as the top 10 markets ranked by total square feet (SF).
Revista has updated its annual look at the size and scope of the health care real estate sector. This update measures the real estate size and value of general acute care hospitals and outpatient buildings across the contingent United States.
Revista has posted a research paper titled “2021 The Off Camus Debate”. The research piece outlines the movement of healthcare towards off campus medical office buildings and provides analysis on an off campus group of MOBs
Despite some delays and postponements of projects during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of executives with some of the leading healthcare real estate (HRE) development firms are saying things are picking.
Despite the challenges this year with COVID-19, medical office projects continue to break ground. Interestingly, the proportion of 3rd party developed projects starting is increasing as the year progresses.
Revista has posted the 2020 version of the top 50 owners of medical real estate to its subscriber website.
A lasting conversation among investors in the MOB sector has been the choice between On campus MOB investments and Off campus MOB investments.