Need experienced representation on your next transaction?
RTG provides highly experienced, independent, and objective representation for transactions related to acquisition or disposition of properties, and landlord and tenant representation.
RTG has worked with numerous health systems, hospitals, and physician groups, each distinct in their own way. We often find a common theme among many of our clients—an ongoing challenge to balance the tactical nature of transactions, or the “how”, with the overall strategy set by the client, or the “why” a transaction should be considered. These elements must each be addressed, while also balancing healthcare compliance considerations. Careful, precise management of transactions can align existing real estate assets and future real estate investments with the crucial strategic, operational, and financial goals of the organization.
When acquiring or disposing of a property or portfolio, completing the appropriate due diligence tasks is necessary to ensure proper risk management. There are physical, legal, and financial aspects to due diligence that must be completed, generally within a short time frame. RTG has the right team of experienced healthcare real estate advisors to assist with these processes, helping you mitigate risk and close a successful transaction.
Now more than ever, healthcare providers are facing growing demands for financial capital. Whether to fund ongoing operations, expansion initiatives, alignment opportunities, or technology investments, both hospitals and physician groups are evaluating various capital sources to meet these needs. When properly structured, a strategic real estate recapitalization can provide significant capital to fund key initiatives, improve liquidity and financial ratios, and support broader organizational strategic goals.
While an initial assessment often occurs prior to signing a contract, it is also typical to include a “Due Diligence” or “Inspection period” within the purchase contract to allow the buyer the opportunity to more thoroughly inspect the property. The terms and length of this period can vary, 60 to 90 days is common but may be shorter or longer based on the circumstance at play.
In this Best Practices briefing, Realty Trust Group discusses the many moving parts that need to be balanced as the buyer works to critically evaluate the physical, legal and financial considerations related to the property.