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Chapman Medical Center

Highlights Unique Medical Office Investment Opportunity Multi-Tenant Medical Office Complex Located Two Blocks from Mercy Medical Center 6% Cap Rate on 95% Occupancy Investment Overview The Chapman Medical Center (“subject property”) is a 37,615-square foot, single-story, class “A” medical office complex situated In Roseburg, Oregon. The subject was constructed in…

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US Commercial Real Estate Markets After Brexit

US Commercial Real Estate Markets After Brexit

By Kevin Maggiacomo, June 28, 2016. Last week the world woke up to the implausible, the United Kingdom voting to leave the European Union. Immediately global and domestic equity markets have been volatile with rapid downside moves while perceived “safe” assets such as gold and US Treasury bonds soared in…

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More People in the U.S. Plan to Retire After 70

More People in the U.S. Plan to Retire After 70

U.S. workers are more confident that they’ll be able to retire someday. Just not until they’re 70… Some 23 percent of Americans with jobs said they planned on being septuagenarian employees, up from 16 percent in 2009. While the average employee calculates he or she will retire at age 65,…

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Office Developers Hold Off on Speculative Construction for Now

Office Developers Hold Off on Speculative Construction for Now

Though demand for office space continues to improve, industry experts say it’s still too early to expect a surge in speculative construction in the sector. Office developers are watching constructions costs rise and sensing some lingering caution from corporate executive teams, leaving them reluctant to build on a speculative basis….

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OHSU’s New Early Cancer Detection Center Lands Five-Star Recruit

OHSU’s New Early Cancer Detection Center Lands Five-Star Recruit

Oregon Health & Science University’s Knight Cancer Institute announced its first major hire since meeting its $1 billion challenge last year. Sadik Esener, a PhD with a broad engineering background, was recruited from the University of California-San Diego to direct the institute’s Center for Early Detection Research, the first large-scale…

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River Road Retail

Highlights 6,800 Square Foot Retail Property Excellent Owner-User Opportunity with Flexibility for Multiple Tenants Great Location in Keizer with Superior Exposure at Signalized Intersection Easy Access Property Overview SVN is pleased to offer for sale River Road Retail (“subject property”). The subject property is currently 50% occupied with Tan Republic…

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2016 Commercial Real Estate Market Outlook

2016 Commercial Real Estate Market Outlook

The Year Ahead in the Commercial Real Estate Market By Kevin Maggiacomo, January 29, 2016. Uncertainty Breeding Opportunity After several years of increasing domestic economic expansion and an ever-recovering and ever-growing real estate market, 2016 opens with the return of global economic uncertainty as China’s economic growth moderates, energy prices…

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Net Lease Buyers Develop Bigger Appetite for Medical Properties

Net Lease Buyers Develop Bigger Appetite for Medical Properties

Net lease investors are proving that they are willing to pay a premium for coveted medical office space. As medical service providers continue to push further away from traditional hospital campuses to locate closer to their patient base, they are embracing net lease as a means to finance that growth….

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New Era of Health Care Expansion Bringing Shopping, Apartments, Hotels to Hospital Campuses

New Era of Health Care Expansion Bringing Shopping, Apartments, Hotels to Hospital Campuses

Nearly $100 billion in construction of new and expanded hospital medical office projects, both on and off the hospital campus, is under way across the U.S. In the current building boom, developers are as likely to be adding apartments, retail space and even hotels as more patient care facilities. With…

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Six U.S. Office Markets with the Highest Occupancy Rates

Six U.S. Office Markets with the Highest Occupancy Rates

At about 13.4 percent, the national office vacancy as of the third quarter is at its lowest point since before the recession, with some markets seeing historic increases in tenant demand and subsequent construction starts, and at least six of the nation’s top office markets posted vacancy rates in the…

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Tight Office Demand to Continue Through Mid-2016

Tight Office Demand to Continue Through Mid-2016

The office tenant base is growing faster than new development can keep up with, forcing the national office vacancy down in the third quarter to its lowest point since the recession and pushing up rental rates. Office vacancy fell to 13.5 percent in the third quarter, a decline of 80…

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Investor Competition Intensifies for Medical Office Properties

Investor Competition Intensifies for Medical Office Properties

Demand for stabilized medical office buildings (MOBs) and new development is on an upswing, with cap rates matching pre-recession record levels. The average cap rate for performing MOBs declined to 6.5 percent in the first half of 2015, almost reaching the record low of 6.2 percent achieved in the third…

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Stock Market Volatility and the Impact on Commercial Real Estate

Stock Market Volatility and the Impact on Commercial Real Estate

The global financial markets have been going through a period of turmoil. The fundamental issues that underlie the stock market corrections haven’t changed and we shouldn’t be surprised with continued stock market swings. Rather than undermine demand for real estate, the recent vagaries of the global market have largely reinforced…

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Six Ways Millennial Investors Are Different

Six Ways Millennial Investors Are Different

Millennial investors expect lower market returns than their parents. They are a mix of drive and caution. They’re willing to accept the risks of investing, yet put a lot of faith in cash. They expect to end their careers early, while earning relatively modest returns. They know what they’re saving…

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Another Recession Before Decade’s End?

Another Recession Before Decade’s End?

This economic expansion just celebrated its sixth birthday. In true-to-form fashion, the party included decent-but-not-great job gains and steady-but-subdued GDP growth. As such there are few signs from the U.S. economy that the expansion is about to end anytime soon, even if growth has been lackluster overall following the financial…

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Providence, St. Joseph Hospitals in Talks to Merge

Providence, St. Joseph Hospitals in Talks to Merge

Providence Health & Services and St. Joseph Health are in talks to combine into a single organization that would span from Washington state into Texas. The two health systems said they have signed a letter of intent to merge, although their discussions are still in the early stages and specific…

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How Safe Are Portland Hospitals?

How Safe Are Portland Hospitals?

Portland hospitals didn’t receive stellar safety scores in Consumer Reports ratings out this week, but then again, they did better than many hospitals across the country in reducing hospital-acquired infections. The safety score sums up five categories, each worth 20 points: hospital-acquired infections, unnecessary readmissions, mortality, communication about new medications…

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St. Charles Family Care, Immediate Care, to Anchor in New Health Care Building in Bend

St. Charles Family Care, Immediate Care, to Anchor in New Health Care Building in Bend

St. Charles Family Care and Immediate Care will be the anchor tenant of a new health care building located on the northwest corner of Third Street and Badger Road near Wal-Mart. Once open, the clinic will house nine family physicians as well as onsite laboratory, x-ray and rehabilitation services. The…

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Oregon’s Community Hospitals Economic Output: $18.9 Billion

Oregon’s Community Hospitals Economic Output: $18.9 Billion

Oregon community hospitals accounted for $18.9 billion in economic output in Oregon in 2013, according to a new study. Nearly 60,000 Oregonians are directly employed by Oregon’s community hospitals and another 52,000 jobs are directly associated with hospitals, showing that community hospitals are one of Oregon’s key economic engines. Those…

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ZoomCare Changes Name, Shifts Business Model

ZoomCare Changes Name, Shifts Business Model

Starting May 25, ZoomCare customers will notice a striking change. The old name and logo are giving way to Zoom+, which the company is pitching as a “complete health system.” Within that system: “performance health insurance,” an expanded universe of clinics, mobile tools and access to coaches, trainers and a…

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