Healthcare real estate has been able to maintain relative stability since the Federal Reserve upended the market with its policy of interest rate hikes – although like every other asset class, healthcare has experienced declining transactions as a result.

But healthcare has many factors in its favor, which continue to support its fundamentals, including a dedicated demand base, a relatively conservative supply pipeline and demographics that promise ongoing growth.

Even so, this sector as a whole is not always an easy one to navigate as regulations change and emerging technologies introduce new trends. It takes skill and a nuanced understanding of the space to become a successful professional or company in healthcare, and as always, we are seeking the best of the best.

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Ingrid Tunberg

Ingrid Tunberg sits on the editorial team as a coordinator and reporter for Real Estate Forum and She is responsible for writing stories, assisting with industry awards and marketing nomination events. Previously, Ingrid worked as a copywriter across various industries throughout New York City and Chicago.