72% of real estate developers, investors say ASCs meet acquisition criteria — 10 statistics

Healthcare real estate investors and developers have a significant interest in ASC acquisitions and less interest in assisted living facilities and freestanding emergency departments, a 2018 CBRE survey found.

CBRE asked 109 respondents from healthcare real estate's most influential investment trusts, private capital investors and developers in the U.S. what types of healthcare real estate properties meet their acquisition criteria.

Interest in assisted living facilities and freestanding emergency departments saw year-over-year declines of 11 percent and 10 percent, respectively.

Here are the percentages of respondents who said the following properties meet acquisition criteria.

1. Medical office buildings: 98 percent
2. ASCs: 72 percent
3. Inpatient rehabilitation hospitals: 29 percent
4. Wellness centers: 29 percent
5. Freestanding emergency departments: 25 percent
6. Assisted living facilities: 17 percent
7. Psychiatric hospitals: 15 percent
8. Skilled nursing facilities: 14 percent
9. Long-term acute care hospitals: 11 percent
10. Other: 11 percent

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