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Possible ACA repeal could change strong forecast for healthcare real estate

February 28, 2017

Despite 2016’s strong performance, Colliers International’s 2017 Health Care Marketplace Report shows that questions loom for medical office space, according to an article on the REBusiness Online website.

The possible Affordable Care Act repeal could change strong forecast for healthcare real estate. 

An additional burden is the continued aging of a large segment of the U.S. population.

In 2016, the national vacancy rate for medical office buildings hit an all-time low, net absorption rose to its highest mark since 2008, rents grew and investment activity remained strong, the article said.

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