Deal flow in the healthcare sector has slowed as capital costs continue to rise – but pockets of opportunity exist for developers and investors as demand for consumer-centric medical facilities continue to rise. 

“There are buyers and there are sellers, but they don’t seem to be hanging out at the same party,” Jon Boyajian of Echo Real Estate Capital, Inc. tells GlobeSt exclusively ahead of next month’s healthcare conference in Scottsdale, Ariz, where he’ll speak as part of a panel on the future of healthcare facilities. But with that said, a “tremendous” amount of capital is chasing medical office deals, in what Boyajian calls neither an accident nor a coincidence. 

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