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DALLAS-Healthcare reform combined with the current sluggish economy is creating an interesting atmosphere for the buying, selling, leasing and development of health care real estate. This is why the second annual RealShare Medical Office Buildings Conference on Nov. 12-13 will offer speakers and panelists discussing everything and anything pertaining to medical office buildings.

The event, produced by Real Estate Forum and GlobeSt.com in conjunction with the RealShare Conference Series, will take place at the Four Seasons at Las Colinas at 4150 N. MacArthur Blvd. Nov. 12 is mostly fun, with an afternoon and evening full of networking and a trip to the new Dallas Cowboys stadium. Beginning at 8:10 a.m. the next morning, the education begins.

Marc Sauve, senior healthcare strategist of Gresham Smith and Partners will provide the opening keynote address, with topics ranging from healthcare trends of the past decade to what Washington, DC reform could mean to those future trends. On the other end of the spectrum will be the end-of-day MOB Panel, featuring real estate experts delivering the goods on everything from who’s buying, who’s selling and how they’re able to get the financing.

Sandwiched between these “bookends” are a variety of topics including the impact of healthcare reform on medical real estate, to the future of healthcare REITs, to a panel consisting of healthcare providers discussing the future of healthcare real estate.

“This year we’ve focused a great deal on trying to attract the end user to the event,” says Kim Last, conference producer with the RealShare Conference Series. “This is why we put together a healthcare provider panel, full of doctors, who will address issues they face in terms of facility management and working with developers, investors and brokers.”

Last says the anticipated 300 or so attendees will also learn how to snag capital for acquisition and developments. This is doubly important, she notes, especially in light of an environment in which credit remains stalled, while politics has everyone antsy.

“Everyone is sitting and waiting about what will happen in Washington [DC] because they know it will have an impact on healthcare delivery, meaning it’ll impact development, leasing and everything else,” Last says. “Depending on what happens with healthcare reform, medical real estate will undergo a change as well.”

Click here for more information or to register for the event.

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