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Article commentary by: Todd Perman, Executive Managing Director, Newmark Global Healthcare Services

GHS is pleased to welcome an industry-leading healthcare and seniors housing team to the Newmark platform. With over 25 years of combined experience, the Dallas-based team specializes in investment sales and debt and equity across senior housing, medical offices, and life sciences and hospitals. They have engaged in various prominent transactions across the U.S., including $30 billion in healthcare-related transactions. “With this additional team integrated into our existing healthcare platform,” says Todd Perman, Executive Managing Director of Newmark Global Healthcare Services, &l...

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Global Healthcare Services Executive Managing Director Garth Hogan spoke to Commercial Property Executive about healthcare industry trends and how investors in the business can drive value.

Article written by: Alex Ciorogar, Commercial Property Executive, May 30, 2018

The health-care market is rapidly evolving. Outpatient migration, an aging population, the growing popularity of micro-hospitals and the impact of digital technologies are just some of the trends shaping the industry today. After several years of increasing sales volume, a record $13.3 billion worth of medical office buildings changed hands in 2017, according to a recent Newmark report. Unsurprisingly, health-care assets should r...

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The Global Healthcare Services team made a brilliant choice in hitching our wagon to Newmark 6 years ago.

Newmark Rings the Nasdaq Opening Bell

Newmark, a high-margin, full-service commercial real estate services business, rings the Nasdaq Opening Bell in honor of its IPO. Video courtesy of Nasdaq

We are excited to release the 2017 Tri-State Healthcare Real Estate Outlook. Please click here to download the report.


POST WRITTEN BY | Chuck Sudo | Forbes

The transition of healthcare real estate to a convenience-based model in recent years has been driven by two primary factors: a shift in the balance of inpatient and outpatient revenue streams, and data analysis. Taking care of patients today can be as much about technology and records sharing as it is about doctor-patient interactions.

Gensler Design Director Randy Guillot said the shift in revenue generation toward outpatient care has larger healthcare groups focusing on personalized care for the aging baby boomer market. More capital these days is being earmarked for tech and wellness-based care because boomers are demanding a personal touch with regar...

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Written By Randyl Drummer | CoStar

Howard Lutnick, chairman and chief executive of Newmark parent company BGC Partners, Inc., (Nasdaq: BGCP), this week said he expects the planned spin-off of Newmark as a separate publicly traded company to occur in the fourth quarter.

"We would like to do the initial public offering of Newmark in this calendar year," Lutnick said this afternoon during a presentation at the Sandler O'Neill + Partners Global Exchange & Brokerage Conference in New York City.

"You can assume that's not going to be the summer because it's unlikely we'll take a company public in August, and we're not going to do it at Christmas. Somewhere in late September, October, November would b...

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Newmark and its Global Healthcare Services group has recently published its 2017 Healthcare Outlook report, and has found that despite copious uncertainties in healthcare legislation, demand for healthcare real estate investment sits at an all-time high. There is also an increased demand for capital and cost reduction, driven by consolidation and the need for innovation, which is related to consumer demands for improved access and better patient outcomes. A transition has also been taking place in construction, rental rates and absorption, as consumer demands and trends continue to evolve. The report goes into detail on four key trends outlined by the Healthcare Financial Management Associat...

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The Global Healthcare Services U.S. Healthcare Real Estate Outlook 2017 covers this year's trends in consolidation, need for capital, uncertainty with healthcare reform, value based care and consumerism as well as continued investment demand for acquiring healthcare assets. The healthcare industry continues to evolve, as it responds to the twin mandates of serving a growing patient population while controlling the rapid increase in the price of the services it delivers.

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Written by: Jonathan Kesler, Global Healthcare Services

The Newmark Global Healthcare Services team recently closed on the sale of Rainier Orthopedic Institute in Puyallup, WA. Anchored by Proliance Orthopedic Associates, a dominant provider of orthopedic care in the Puget Sound region, the 31,921 SF Medical Office Building (MOB) includes a state-of-the-art outpatient ambulatory surgery center and imaging suite. Seller structured the disposition as a sale-leaseback with each tenant signing long-term leases commencing upon sale. Represented by Newmark, MBRE Healthcare, a national owner/ operator of medical office buildings, won a quiet marketing process that resulted in a very aggressive sales...

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By Anzish Mirza , Contributor | April 24, 2017

These smaller hospitals tailor health care services to meet the needs of their communities.

Small-scale inpatient facilities, known in the industry as micro-hospitals, are popping up across the country to offer medical care in underserved communities and provide provide a local alternative to the potentially long waits for emergency care at major hospitals.

The size of small ambulatory-surgery centers, micro-hospitals have an average of eight to 10 short-stay beds each and provide some of the simpler acute and emergency services commonly performed in much bigger hospitals.

Already in 19 states, according to company research, these hospitals continu...

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