Amsterdam,
03
August
2016
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10:30
Europe/Amsterdam

Continuing strong growth of investments in healthcare real estate

The growth of the investment volume in Dutch healthcare real estate is firmly persisting. In CBRE's most recent issue of the Healthcare Trend report, we examine the trends and developments in this market. Below we have summarized the highlights. 

  • Approximately €241 million in healthcare real estate was purchased by commercial investors in H1 2016.
  • About 32% of this investment volume was purchased by both foreign and domestic newcomers to this market.
  • Approximately 59% of the real estate was sold by healthcare institutions. The remaining 41% was sold by developers or housing associations.
  • The investment volume in the private residential care segment has quadrupled compared to the volume over the whole of 2015.
  • The volume of investments in inpatient residential care doubled compared to the volume over the whole of 2015.
  • Gross initial yields for the different types of healthcare real estate have dropped, we expect this trend to continue in the years to come.

Please click here to download the report. 

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