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The COVID-19 Pandemic & How it Compares to the 2008 Financial Crisis

DATE April 29, 2020 / Author


Click here to download full report The coronavirus pandemic has upended the commercial real estate economic outlook for 2020 with mass layoffs, decreases in consumption, and a downturn in economic activity. This unique and unprecedented period has the potential for 18 months of disruption, and many leading financial institutions predict a recession. Although many like […]

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Special Report | Coronavirus Impact on Healthcare Update

DATE April 15, 2020 / Author


Click here to download the report Medical office sales topped $11 billion for five years straight, and retention rates trended between 75 and 83 percent for the last 11 years. With nearly 50 million Americans over the age of 65 as of 2016, healthcare services were already in great demand. Now, medical office buildings are […]

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Healthcare Sale Leasebacks: Benefits to Unlocking Equity in Your Building

DATE December 5, 2019 / Author


Do you currently own the building that your practice is operating within? Do you see yourself or your practice continuing to operate for the next 10 to 20 years? Have you considered refinancing your property to pull equity out of the real estate? Are you continually looking for effective tax strategies to reduce your tax […]

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Healthcare Diagnosis: The Current & Future State of the Medical Market

DATE August 14, 2019 / Author


Currently, there are over 328 million people in the U.S. and over seven billion in the world. Due to several factors including advances in medical treatment, improvements in healthcare coverage, increases in healthy lifestyles, and the aging baby boomer generation, people are living longer than ever before. As a result, this means the older population […]

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President Trump’s New Order Affects Dialysis Market

DATE July 11, 2019 / Author


An executive order was signed by President Trump this week to reform the kidney treatment industry. The order will create new payment models to encourage more kidney transplants and give patients incentives to seek dialysis treatment at home instead of at more expensive treatment centers. Section 5 of the executive order states the following : Payment […]

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Top Healthcare Legislation Affecting the Sector | Infographic

DATE March 28, 2019 / Author


As healthcare providers continue to grow their outpatient footprint, landlords need to stay up to date with the latest rules/regulations affecting their tenants and leases they sign. Click below to see the infographic on what mandates to pay attention to in the medical sector and what they mean for the industry. Infographic- Under the Knife: […]

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Under the Knife: Top Healthcare Legislation Affecting the Sector

DATE February 8, 2019 / Author


Backed by demographic growth, healthcare is experiencing an increased demand as the sector is no longer limited to the traditional hospital model and the number of baby boomers who require more medical services has significantly increased. Technology is rapidly advancing as patients are given the option to receive healthcare virtually, ultimately experiencing more convenient care. […]

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The Medical Real Estate Market | Dialysis Centers

DATE June 8, 2017 / Author


Medical Real Estate Asset Evaluation Report – Dialysis Centers According to a recent NREI research report, institutions and investment funds are the primary investor pool for dialysis clinics. In the past 12 months, however, the private real estate sector has made a major push in acquiring these deals. This commercial real estate sector is similar […]

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