This report covers Hospital and Medical Office Construction projects that are new, expansions or replacements greater than 7,500 square feet and $5 million in value. It provides detail on the overall pipeline (under construction and late planning), analysis of recent completions in 2016 and expected completions in 2017. Construction starts are trended quarterly and projected out 2 quarters.
Each year, Revista updates its size and scope of the US Healthcare Real Estate Sector. We maintain a database of all hospital, medical office (MOB) and other healthcare properties located throughout the continental United States.
In 2013, there were 271.6 million insured and 1.3B square feet of MOB space in the US..
Overall, the sector is performing near cyclical highs in terms of occupancy and NOI growth. The occupancy rate as of the 2nd quarter 2016 was 92.5%.
The report shows the construction pipeline is growing. The total US medical real estate construction pipeline now stands at $102.1 B which is up 5.1% from the year end 2015 figure of $97.1 B.
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.
Recent years has seen the healthcare real estate transaction world more or less controlled by real estate investment trusts (REITS). Healthcare REITs have enjoyed a long run of comparatively low priced capital with ready access to various forms of debt financing.
2015 was a banner year for medical real estate. Transactions were at an all-time high, construction and development grew and fundamentals are near cyclical highs. We invite healthcare executives to join us for this informative, data-driven webcast in which Revista will provide an overview...
Overall, Revista reports the total construction pipeline at $97.1 Billion at year end 2015; this is up 12% from $86.7B during the first half of 2015.
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...