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Transactions: Q2 MOB sales topped $3 billion

The $55.5 million sale of the 180,000 square foot 67 South Bedford St. in Burlington, Mass., to one of Anchor Health Properties’ existing institutional joint ventures was one of the larger transactions closed during the second quarter. Photo courtesy of NKF Capital Markets

It was only one of six quarters to exceed that level since records have been kept

By John B. Mugford

Demand for medical office buildings (MOBs) is not showing any signs of slowing down, as professionals involved in the sector report that investors – especially private equity firms and funds – continue to raise capital and are sitting on record amounts of “dry powder” to deploy on the product type.

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