The biggest medical office building (MOB) deal of 2017 so far could have more of an impact on the healthcare real estate (HRE) sector than just making headlines.
Combined with off peak total transaction volume, the numbers seem to reflect what a lot of us are feeling - a very competitive market with more interested buyers than there are opportunities.
Healthcare Trust of America, Inc. (NYSE:HTA), the largest owner and operator of medical office buildings in the United States, announces an interview with HTA's Chairman & CEO, Scott Peters, and Brad Thomas of the Intelligent REIT Investor.
Healthcare Trust of America, Inc. (NYSE:HTA), the largest dedicated owner and operator of medical office buildings in the United States, announced today that it entered into a definitive agreement to acquire all of the medical office building assets and medical development platform of Duke Realty Corporation for $2.75 billion in cash, net of credits for development completions. The transaction will close in several tranches in the second and third quarter of 2017 based on and subject to the satisfaction of closing conditions.
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
Revista has released its 2016 Year End Transaction Reports. There are 2 reports; one covering the US and another covering the Top 50 Metro Areas. The transaction report covers medical real estate transactions including medical office properties (MOBs) and hospital real estate.
During the past few years, investors have become increasingly interested in the $600B+ US hospital real estate sector...
We have analyzed recently how private investors are buying substantially more healthcare real estate than they have previously, and how they are taking up a larger percentage of buyer activity. To look at the whole picture, we need to look at how much these groups are selling as well.
As we posted back in March, private equity as a group is buying significantly more medical real estate than they have previously. As we posted back in March, private equity as a group is buying significantly more medical real estate than they have previously. They also make up a greater percentage of overall volume.
Orange County Medical Office Buildings have been a prized possession of real estate investors for several years. In fact, over the past several years, investors have acquired over $1.5 Billion of MOBs in Orange County.