Physicians who own their medical office building (MOB) may want to consider the sale-leaseback as a means of growing their practice, infusing it with capital, focusing more on their staff and patients and eliminating the burden of debt from their real estate.
BARBERMURPHY Principal Collin Fischer says the MOB sale-leaseback is a transactional real estate opportunity that is stronger than ever. Doctors who actively own and operate healthy medical practices are cashing out of their real estate ownership to devote more time and money to their growing practices.
A sale-leaseback, Fischer says, is an ideal way to channel dollars toward additional medical equipment and technology needs.
Article by Kerry Smith, Informationworks, Inc.