Healthcare Real Estate (HCRE) spending on construction has established a recent peak in 2023. Revista tracks Hospital and Medical Office (or Outpatient Medical) construction based on total project values including land, hard and soft costs and buildout.
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Transaction activity for MOBs has certainly slowed in 2023 due to higher interest rates and tighter lending requirements, but deals are still getting done. A bright spot still seems to …
The office market continues to struggle with the volume of employees working from home or on a hybrid schedule coming out of the pandemic. Although historically viewed as a subsector of office, the dynamics of the users of medical office space are completely different.
The Regulation D Reserve Requirement, put in place by the Federal Reserve in 2020, is a measure designed to improve the stability of the financial system by requiring certain financial institutions to hold a minimum amount of reserves against their deposit liabilities.
Revista recently held its 1Q23 Subscriber Webcast. Hilda Martin and Mike Hargrave of Revista were joined by Gino Lollio, an Executive Director with Cushman & Wakefield Healthcare Capital Markets. Over 230 subscriber lines registered for the webcast indicating a high level of interest in emerging trends we covered.
Data from the end of 2022 is beginning to reflect what many are feeling on the ground with a noticeable dip in MOB transaction volume and an upward creep in …
The inverted yield curve usually signals an upcoming recession. Rates have been rising dramatically for several months. Given the uncertainty, Revista decided to conduct a quick survey of major
If we take a look at the overall occupancy trends for the top 50 metros, we can see that a shallow U-shape has formed over the past few years. While this pattern shows a modest dip followed by a recovery, this may not be the story for individual metros.
This morning the BEA released its first official estimate of real GDP growth for 2Q2022. It came in at -0.9. The revised official rate from last quarter was -1.6, and depending on the definition used, some would now say that we are in a recession.
Preliminary numbers for sales transactions in the second quarter put total annual transaction volume at over $21 billion. This is a new high watermark for the sector since Revista has been tracking data. However, the second quarter itself is slightly off the recent quarterly highs we've been seeing with a preliminary total of $3.6 billion.
The Federal Reserve announced last week a 75bps rate hike, along with continued balance sheet reduction; the largest rate hike since 1994. What does that mean? Raising interest rates is …
The Producer Price Index (PPI), which measures change in the prices paid to US producers of goods and services, continues to reflect the intense inflation being seen across many industries. …
When looking at the same-store growth measures in the report, a pattern has emerged in recent quarters. That pattern is increasing growth in same-store revenue growth, expense growth and NOI or net operating income growth.