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Feature Story: Lending in the HRE sector remains as active as ever

With systems expanding their outpatient networks and rates low, lots of debt is being issued

By John B. Mugford

The InterFace Healthcare Real Estate conference “Capital Markets Update” panel included (from left to right): moderator Sabrina Solomiany of CBRE, Matthew Tarpley of H2C, Ryan Stewart of BMO Harris, Caity McLaughlin of Prudential and Natalie Sproull of Capital One. (HREI photo)

Although there is a strong imbalance between supply and demand in the medical office building (MOB) acquisitions market, plenty of transactions are taking place and lenders are ready to provide loans for deals that make financial sense.

The deal flow, in fact, remains quite strong despite the COVID-19 pandemic. In large part that’s because, as other classes of real estate have been hard hit by the pandemic, MOBs and other types of healthcare real estate (HRE) have continued to perform – further bolstering their reputation as “recession-resistant.”

“We’ve been in the healthcare lending space for 15 years through various companies, but you know, we’re actually seeing

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