As the baby boomers age and more segments of the population enter into the healthcare system through the Affordable Care Act, healthcare-related properties are likely to see a major boost, said Gehl. Whereas seniors housing and medical office used to be considered cousins, they are more like siblings now. Instead of viewing the seniors housing as a subsector of multifamily housing and medical office as subsector of office, the two should be viewed as healthcare real estate. Savvy investors know this and they want real estate service providers who can consult on all facets of the industry to enhance their portfolios. The Blueprint team brings an unmatched wealth of healthcare real estate knowledge and visit expertise to the industry, having completed more than $1.5 billion in transactions during their careers at national real estate investment firms and healthcare-focused real estate investment trusts and lending institutions. And with offices across the country, the firm can provide solutions coast-to-coast for its clients.
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