Revista has released its first ever Outpatient Healthcare Real Estate Development Report. The 2017 Outpatient Real Estate Development Report provides a wealth of information on medical office and other outpatient properties started and completed in 2016 by 3rd party developers. The report provides a ranking of total number of projects, total square feet and total construction value for the top developers.
JLL believes the overall investment thesis for healthcare real estate remains largely intact in spite of ongoing uncertainty
over the future of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010.
The lease accounting standards issued last week will cause balance sheets to swell, and select hospitals may see their debt load grow by 30 percent. What can you do now to prepare for 2019?
It is common for seniors housing and health care properties to be leased from a passive owner to an operator. Such leases often include purchase price options and/or rent reset provisions. Unfortunately, the wording commonly seen in such leases often falls short of adequately setting forth the process for determining the option purchase price or rent. This article will outline some of the pitfalls commonly seen and provide guidance to lessors, lessees, and attorneys that will be helpful in drafting such provisions.
The fervor for strong income-producing healthcare property continued unabated in 2014. For the third consecutive year, medical office building sales were at peak levels, topping $5.0 billion.
An overview of the medical real estate market in California. Gauge potential opportunities available through Revista's data on market sizing, characteristics and growth metrics.
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