Monthly Archives: June 2018

Real estate strategies change with healthcare landscape

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June 28, 2018

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The shifting healthcare landscape is pushing real estate strategies outside traditional settings.

Conventional approaches to real estate are proving too costly to keep up with both rising demand and compressed reimbursements. Moreover, technology advances and shifting consumer preferences are increasing demand for easier access to care in lower-cost settings in communities.

Over… Read More

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4 reasons investors are placing their bets on medical office buildings

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June 20, 2018

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Rising patient numbers and real estate spending point to long-term demand and cycle resilience for investment in healthcare-related buildings. As a result, the buyer landscape for healthcare real estate, specifically medical office buildings (MOBs), is robust and growing.

Hospitals and health systems have historically held the lion’s share of… Read More

Energy companies look for efficiency, flexibility in office space even as oil prices rise

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June 13, 2018

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The drastic correction in oil prices between 2014 and 2017 left an indelible mark on energy companies and energy-centric real estate markets like Houston. The trauma of the downturn has generated a new culture of ultra-disciplined spending and doing more with less, even as oil prices have recovered in… Read More

Houston eagerly awaits energy-sector occupancy growth

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June 1, 2018

By: Bruce Rutherford, International Director, JLL Global Energy Practice Group

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Energy-related tenants have accounted for a significant portion of Houston’s office leasing activity over the past 12 months. In fact, one-third of tenants with active requirements in the market are energy-related. This activity, however, has brought with it very little in… Read More