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5 WAYS HEALTHCARE REFORM IS ACTUALLY REAL ESTATE REFORM

5 WAYS HEALTHCARE REFORM IS ACTUALLY REAL ESTATE REFORM

Posted 06.01.2015 | Categories: Featured, Medical Office/Healthcare | No Comments

Healthcare providers are moving away from treating sick patients to making sure patients don’t get sick in the first place. That means a redesign for doctors’ offices. Here’s a look at five real estate trends in the healthcare industry. 1. Convenient locations You’ll see more doctors’ offices located away from the hospital campus and in […]

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Healthcare Reform = Medical Office Expansion

Posted 03.24.2011 | Categories: Medical Office/Healthcare | No Comments

Existing primacy care facilities, medical office buildings or professional office buildings as well as free clinics and or other low-cost providers will need to expand operations.

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Healthcare: Reform to boost medical office occupancy

Healthcare: Reform to boost medical office occupancy

Posted 05.25.2010 | Categories: Medical Office/Healthcare | No Comments

Southern Nevada’s medical office market is expecting a boost from health care reform that will add to the number of insured people and bolster demand for medical services.

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Healthcare: Medical-office market buzzing

Posted 05.13.2010 | Categories: Medical Office/Healthcare | No Comments

News that the health-care overhaul could add as many as 30 million U.S. residents to insurance rolls may raise concerns for some. But it’s great news for medical-office developers and investors.

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Healthcare: RiverOak Buys $21M MOB Portfolio

Healthcare: RiverOak Buys $21M MOB Portfolio

Posted 05.11.2010 | Categories: Medical Office/Healthcare | No Comments

The next big thing in commercial real estate investment is medical office buildings, according to George Yerrall, managing director of Stamford, CT-based RiverOak Investment Corp., LLC.

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Healthcare: Health Overhaul Beneficiary- Medical Offices?

Posted 05.04.2010 | Categories: Medical Office/Healthcare | No Comments

Some parts of the health-care overhaul, such as the prospect of a new tax on rental income, have raised concerns among landlords.

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Senior Housing: Health Care Reform Will Impact Long-Term Care

Senior Housing: Health Care Reform Will Impact Long-Term Care

Posted 05.04.2010 | Categories: Senior Housing/Assisted Living | No Comments

As health care reform became the law of the land this week, a huge bloc of Americans with a unique interest in the outcome sat watching on the sidelines.

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Healthcare: Health-Care Law Heats Up Medical Office Deal Talks

Healthcare: Health-Care Law Heats Up Medical Office Deal Talks

Posted 05.03.2010 | Categories: Featured, Medical Office/Healthcare | No Comments

Consolidation talks in the medical office building sector are heating up as the industry digests the new health-care law that is expected to increase the number of insured Americans looking for outpatient services. The industry is first likely to see more deals of publicly-owned companies purchasing smaller, privately-owned rivals before larger deals get done.

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Healthcare: HCA’s IPO- A Vote of Confidence in Hospitals, Post-Healthcare Reform

Posted 04.22.2010 | Categories: Medical Office/Healthcare | No Comments

The private investors who took HCA private in a $33 billion leveraged buyout four years ago must feel that the god of finance is smiling down on them.

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Healthcare: Reform could spur real estate boom in Baltimore area

Healthcare: Reform could spur real estate boom in Baltimore area

Posted 04.22.2010 | Categories: Medical Office/Healthcare | No Comments

The Baltimore area will have to find at least 1.4 million square feet of medical office space for the thousands of people who will now start going to the doctor armed with an insurance card.

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