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Product Focus: Topping $1 billion in Q1

MOB SALES GOT OFF TO A GOOD START IN 2012

By John Mugford

The $51.32 million sale of the 203,000 square foot St. John Providence Medical Office Building (MOB) at 26850 Providence Pkwy. in Novi, Mich., was one of the largest MOB transactions closed during the first quarter of 2012.
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Even with all of the uncertainty that had been looming over the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision upholding the constitutionality of the healthcare reform law, one thing remained certain during the first quarter (Q1) of 2012: Buyers were interested in healthcare real estate.

In fact, Q1 saw what can only be described as a robust sales volume for medical office buildings (MOBs) nationwide, with investors shelling out $1.026 billion, according to statistics accumulated by New York-based Real Capital Analytics (RCA) Inc., which tracks and compiles real estate data.

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