The Covid-19 pandemic has had far reaching effects on many sectors of the US economy. While faring better than most sectors, the physician office sector has not been immune to the pandemic’s effects.
For several years now, a number of large investors have entered the healthcare real estate (HRE) sector by partnering with longtime and successful HRE firms.
MOB project completions continue to slow in 2Q, down to 17 million square feet in annual deliveries. This is the lowest pace of deliveries in the last 6 years and represents a 32% decrease from the annual run rate of 25.1 million SF in deliveries in 1Q2020- just before the onset of COVID and all the related shutdowns, restrictions and labor shortages.
Cap rates for Medical Office Properties are continuing a trend of compressing during the past several years. Updated 2nd quarter, 2021 Revista data reveals the median MOB cap rate was 5.8%. This was down from 6% in 1Q21 and 6.3% one year ago.
Nuveen-NexCore acquire MOB/life science portfolio for $620.4M; price for the 27 MOBs was $463M
What started out as a potential recapitalization of a portion of IRA Capital’s healthcare real estate (HRE) portfolio turned into the biggest MOB deal to date in 2021.
Independent physician groups continue to monetize their real estate assets, reliably selling $1B+ in assets annually. As competition remains fierce for deals in the sector, this segment continues to be a source of opportunity for investors
In the latest MOB statistics compiled by Revista, the occupancy rate and the absorption of space in MOBs larger than 7,500 square feet and located in the country’s top 50 metropolitan areas increased in the second quarter (2Q) 2021.
A deal that recently took place in Burlingame, Calif., in the suburbs south of San Francisco, may have set an all-time cap rate record for an investment-grade MOB.
We\’ve all been hearing about the significant uptick in materials and labor costs associated with construction over the last number of months, particularly lumber which has been the focus of …
It is probably safe to say that the volume of medical office building (MOB) salesin the COVID-19 pandemic-ridden year of 2020 exceeded people’s expectations. After a lackluster 2Q and 3Q, …
After finishing out 2020 with one of the strongest volume quarters in recent years, 2021 is off to a quiet start. $1.8B in MOB transactions closed in the first quarter, …
MOB Construction Completions fall to Multi-Year Low Medical Office (MOB) construction completions, which were near peak levels just one year ago have fallen to multi-year lows as of the 1st …
Revista Developer Survey shows strong development numbers; it also ranked the top third-party developers in 2020
While the amount of outpatient facilities started or completed during 2020 fell by about 9.7 percent from the previous year, the number of healthcare real estate projects taking place remains quite healthy
The medical office building sector has held up remarkably well during the COVID-19 pandemic and continues to be an attractive asset class to investors for it’s resilience. Occupancy has remained …
Much has been made of private investors controlling the buying landscape in recent years. According to Revista, private investors have increased their share of overall MOB buying activity from 55% in 2019 to 69% in 2020 and 70% YTD in 2021.
Even though the professionals involved in MOBs correctly predicted that investor demand would remain strong for the product type during the COVID-19 pandemic, some involved in development expressed concern that construction numbers could fall as healthcare systems and providers would be forced to focus on a surge of patients instead of planning new projects.
Revista has posted the 4Q20 MOB Sector Quarterly Brief. Available for a limited time this report provides an executive level overview of supply, demand and rent fundamentals for the aggregate …