MACFARLAN PLANS $100 MILLION-PLUS PORTFOLIO THROUGH OFF-MARKET DEALS
By John Mugford
Folks who’ve been involved in medical real estate for many years often talk about all of the new investors, developers and service providers entering the healthcare arena.
The influx of these newcomers is the result of several factors: other classes of commercial real estate going a bit sour in recent years; the growth of the healthcare industry as Baby Boomers age and medical technologies advance; and the stability of healthcare real estate properties, whose tenants – namely doctors, group practices or health systems – are creditworthy and long-term.
As a result of such trends, developers and general contractors are adding healthcare divisions or concentrations, as are real estate investment trusts (REITs), financial lenders, large institutional investors, consultants, law practices, architectural firms and others.
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