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Feature Story: How to get by as a buyer in today’s high-priced market

InterFace West panelists share their thoughts on how they’re finding opportunities

By John B. Mugford

Panelists who took part in a discussion on the HRE investment market during the recent InterFace West Healthcare Real Estate Conference in Los Angeles comprised, from left to right: Moderator Eric Lee, Jack Gavin, Elliot Sellers, Lee Asher, and George Ross. (HREI photo)

LOS ANGELES – As more and capital, including that from large and institutional investors, continues to flood into the healthcare real estate (HRE) acquisitions markets, it’s become more and more difficult for buyers to find opportunities, especially medical office buildings (MOBs), at what were just a short time ago considered reasonable prices.

If anyone should know this, it’s the people looking to acquire HRE and MOB assets for their firms, as well as the brokers who represent the sellers.

“Last year, we saw

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