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CHICAGO-Medical office owners and healthcare systems that need to monetize their real estate might want to consider disposing of some of their properties because it’s a seller’s market, according to capital markets experts who spoke at the 2010 Medical Office Buildings & Healthcare Facilities Conference.

Nearly 600 healthcare real estate executives attended the conference, which was sponsored by the Building Owners & Managers Association. “There are a lot of distressed buyers out there that are under pressure to make a move [to acquire assets],” says Al Pontius, managing director of Marcus & Millichap’s healthcare real estate group. “There’s a window right now for sellers, but demand will moderate come next year.”

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