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Feature Story: MOBs have remained strong through it all

Revista’s Mike Hargrave reports on sales volumes, construction activity and more during Colliers’ HRE web conference

By John B. Mugford

NATIONAL – As was predicted, albeit with some caution, medical office buildings (MOBs) have held up very well from as an investment and property type since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This statement comes not just from an anecdotal point of view, but from one of statistics and data.

During the lunch hour of the Healthcare Virtual Conference 2020 sponsored and webcast Sept. 24 by Seattle-based Colliers International, Mike Hargrave, principal with healthcare real estate (HRE) research and data firm Revista, provided the most recent data concerning the health of the MOB product type. Mr. Hargrave provided the virtual audience with a lot to chew on during the “Revista Lunch and Learn” presentation.

First up, as an indicator of the strength of MOBs and the outpatient delivery model,

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