Published at: 2015-05-06 09:38 | Author: David Karch
The healthcare industry continues to evolve, and brokers who represent medical care providers have to use a complex mix of data and metrics to find the right location.
“Hot right now are NNN assets and retail-focused locations that allow healthcare providers close proximity to where patients live,” says Juan Vega, managing director of office and healthcare services for Colliers International.

As with other commercial real estate transactions, one of the first metrics used is location. What is the proximity to other health care providers? How many competitors are in the area? One technique Bennet Sebastian (of Sebastian Healthcare Realty) uses is looking at...

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