Special Report: Cautious but committed


By Murray W. Wolf

The recent RealShare Medical Office Conference capital markets panel
discussion included (from left to right) moderator Al Pontius of Marcus & Millichap and panelists John Winer of Seavest, Ashley Harkness of KeyBank,
James Groves of Siemens and John Marshall of Duke Realty.
Photo courtesy of RealShare

Medical office building (MOB) sales volume for this year seems destined for its highest level since at least 2008, as capital has continued to stampede toward what is one of the best-performing real estate asset classes.

Yet, at the same time, equity investors and lenders are being forced to adapt on the fly to a rapidly changing market. The most desirable MOBs of yesteryear might lose their luster in the future as new care models demand different building designs and locations.

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