SCOTTSDALE, AZ—Medical office vacancy rates hit a low this year and finally broke under 8% nationally said sources at this year’s RealShare Healthcare Real Estate conference, who also touched on President-elect Trump’s pledge to repeal and replace Obamacare.
SCOTTSDALE, AZ—Contract rehab plays an important role in the wellness continuum said speakers at last week’s RealShare Healthcare Real Estate Conference.
SCOTTSDALE, AZ—Healthcare Real Estate Insights magazine presented this year’s awards at RealShare’s Healthcare Real Estate conference last week.
SCOTTSDALE, AZ—The popularity of minute clinics and urgent care centers popping up on retail’s cherry corners won’t stop anytime soon say panelists at RealShare Healthcare Real Estate.
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SAN FRANCISCO—Top real estate executives’ confidence in the US economy and housing market for 2017 has softened compared to two years ago, however, California’s economy continues to outpace the US economy.
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SANTA BARBARA, CA—Amid a generally positive outlook for apartments in 2017, Yardi Matrix does see issues with oversupply and a slowdown in rent increases in some metro areas.
CHICAGO—Noting that REITs now account for 27 slots within the S&P 500, Ferguson Partners recommends “5 Pillars” of a proactive approach to CEO transition.
CORONA DEL MAR, CA—Established restaurant chains with strong financials will likely still be valued at a premium over a food hall/marketplace—unless the guarantor has a history that would surpass other chains or operators, Hanley’s Carlos Lopez tells GlobeSt.com.