January has been a tough month for investors. We are coming off the increase in the fed funds rate in several years; the S&P 500 was down some 6%+ in January, the price of oil continues to plummet and concerns are abound in investment circles...
The hospital real estate sector has been gaining favor with investors in 2015. We have seen two high profile deals – the $1.75B
CS Capital on behalf of the Alaska Permanent Fund has recently acquired two Boston area acute rehabilitation hospitals. Both the Braintree Rehabilitation Hospital...
Overall, the first 3 quarters of 2015 has seen $9.5 billion of medical real estate change hands. This is up from the first 3 quarters of 2014 when $5.3 Billion of
For the first time since Revista began tracking medical real estate transaction volume in 2014, hospital real estate transaction volume is outpacing Medical Real Estate Transaction Volume.
The Carlyle Group recently purchased the Corinthian Medical Offices from ProMed Properties for $48 million or $593 per SF.
The hospital yield reported in the mid-year transactions report include real estate trades of general acute care hospitals, acute rehabilitation hospitals and long term acute care hospitals...
I’ve received a number of questions about MOB construction activity in tertiary markets and am curious about this area myself! Most of the information that circulates is about major metro areas – but what about the rest of the country?
SABRA Healthcare REIT (NYSE: SBRA) reported in its quarterly earnings that Forest Park Medical Center (FPMC) in Frisco is having trouble paying rent as of June, 2015.
HCP, Inc. (NYSE: HCP), disclosed with the reporting of second quarter, 2015 earnings that it had purchased a portfolio of 11 on campus medical office buildings from Memorial Hermann Health System.