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Alignment of buyer and seller expectations seems to be in sync, as average cap rates have been consistently trending downward—albeit slowly—despite significant variation in number of properties sold and transaction volume.

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REITs Cap Off Active Year for MOB Acquisitions
posted on Feb. 4, 2020

 

Cap rates match all-time low as demand holds steady and supply flattens.

 

 

Despite a second year of declining transaction volume, real estate investment trusts (“REITs”) found medical office building (“MOB”) acquisitions in a supply constrained market and accounted for more than 22 percent of the MOB dollar volume in 2019, a 3 percent increase over 2018, an analysis by Hammond Hanlon Camp LLC (“H2C”) shows.

 

Meanwhile, private equity investors—while fewer in number than REITs—accounted for the majority of MOB transaction dollar volume as usual, with $7 billion in volume.

 

Find out more in H2C’s Q4 MOB report.