Following Pandemic Pressure, Medical Real Estate Gets Clean Bill Of Health

June 7, 2021


Throughout the pandemic, rent collection at many medical office properties remained stable. Moreover, investment sales in this space saw only a slight decline in 2020, even as overall U.S. sales volume dipped by nearly a third. While the sector’s resilience has attracted a bevy of new investors, Taylor Johnson client Alliance Consolidated Group of Companies has long believed in the underlying fundamentals of healthcare real estate, particularly net-leased assets that offer predictable, risk-adjusted returns. TJ connected Alliance founder and CEO Ben Reinberg with Bisnow Chicago for a recent story on how the sector weathered the storm of the pandemic and where things are headed from here.

Among the dozen net-leased medical properties that Alliance Consolidated Group of Companies acquired last year was 1030 A1A North in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. The firm targets high-barrier-to-entry markets experiencing population growth, especially those in the southeast and southwest U.S.


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