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“Deteriorating” Fitch Ratings and Hospital Wealth Extraction: A Non-Profit Real Estate Solution


Posted on September 8, 2022 in Real Estate

Written by: Hall Render Advisory Services

The Charitable Foundation Lease Solution – A Solution to Challenging Economic Conditions! 1. Fitch Ratings 2022 Mid-Year Outlook: US Not-for-Profit Hospitals and Health Systems – “Deteriorating” 2. Hospitals Experiencing Some of the Worst Margins Since Beginning of Pandemic 3. How Public Real Estate Investment Trusts Extract Wealth from Nursing Homes and Hospitals We understand these are challenging... READ MORE

Replace Your For-Profit Landlords with a Charitable Foundation Lease Solution


Posted on August 25, 2022 in Real Estate

Written by: Hall Render Advisory Services

Hall Render Advisory Services is excited to share with you information about a dynamic new approach to third-party real estate ownership and occupancy within the non-profit health care sector. Opportunity: Significant Savings, Maximum Control, Mission Alignment and Value Capture The goal of a charitable foundation landlord is to help non-profit or public health systems... READ MORE

6 Strategies to Mitigate Risks in Development Projects


Posted on July 20, 2022 in Real Estate

Written by: Hall Render Advisory Services

Volatile forces impact renovation and new construction projects, so effective strategies focus on mitigating economic pressures. Rising material and labor costs have had a major impact on the healthcare industry. Construction costs have doubled in some cases, driving a shift away from new projects and toward the renovation of existing facilities. Does redevelopment offer... READ MORE

Bright Future: Opportunities for Development in the Health Care Industry


Posted on October 5, 2021 in Real Estate

Written by: Hall Render Advisory Services

As the world slowly adjusts to normalcy following the COVID-19 pandemic, the future looks bright for development and investment opportunities in the health care real estate industry. Growth in outpatient facility developments, free-standing emergency departments, and the continued need for dedicated behavioral health facilities, and novel development financing options are just a few areas... READ MORE

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WEBINAR | Health Care Real Estate Growth Strategies in Mergers and Acquisitions or Joint Ventures


Posted on June 24, 2021 in Real Estate

Written by: Hall Render Advisory Services

Now more than ever hospitals, health care operators and managers, physician groups, diagnostic operators and specialty care operators are activating M&A and JV-related discussions. In nearly every instance of this discussion, real estate is a big consideration. So long as a physical location is needed for providers and equipment to render patient care, real... READ MORE

A Better Way to Think About Third-Party Capital Real Estate Solutions


Posted on February 1, 2021 in Real Estate

Written by: Hall Render Advisory Services

With the office and retail real estate sectors in shambles, many real estate analysts and health care capital market experts ponder the resiliency of the health care real estate sector. Given the continued demand for health care services even during the pandemic, these pundits tout that investing in health care real estate is a... READ MORE

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The Non-Profit Real Estate Foundation: SAVE MONEY AND TAKE CONTROL


Posted on June 14, 2020 in Real Estate

Written by: Hall Render Advisory Services

Unlocking real estate value and protecting one’s balance sheet are objectives hospitals and health systems have pursued for decades. The Non-Profit Real Estate Foundation (“NPF”) ownership structure is a compelling solution to unlock real estate value, significantly lower occupancy costs, provide many of the benefits of ownership, create alignment with a nonprofit owner and... READ MORE


Rent Abatement & Physician Arrangement Compliance During & After COVID-19


Posted on May 20, 2020 in Compliance, Real Estate

Written by: Hall Render Advisory Services

CMS issued explanatory guidance in reference to blanket waivers of the sanctions under 1877(g) of the Social Security Act. The guidance answered lingering questions about rental compensation arrangements that would allow for repayment to occur beyond the end of the term of the emergency waivers, such as emergency rent abatement arrangements. The explanatory guidance... READ MORE