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Update July 2015


Patrick Bourbon CFA

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  1. The Cap Rate Can Reveal a Property’s Overall Value

    Two properties in different cities that generate the same income might not represent the same value. If you’re investing in real estate, the capitalization rate — or cap rate — helps you determine how much your assets are really worth.

    The cap rate is determined by dividing the net operating income by the current market value.

    For example: a property making a given amount in New York City will yield a low cap rate — because market values are high — compared to a property making the same amount in Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

    Dr. David E. Marcinko MBA


  2. WSJ: 5 Medical Providers That Have Moved Into Malls

    1. Dana-Farber Cancer Institute leased 140,000 sq. ft. of a 286,000 sq. ft. Boston mall
    2. Maury Regional Cancer Center has been in the Columbia Mall (Columbia, TN) since 2012
    3. Southeastern Regional Medical Center is a key tenant in the Biggs Part Mall
    4. UCLA Health operates primary care centers in the Village at Westfield Topanga
    5. Vanderbilt Health has been a part of One Hundred Oaks mall in Nashville TN since 2009

    Source: Wall Street Journal


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