I see some medical vacancies, but not in modern buildings. DOC has a lot of new, clean buildings! Nice!
"The medical office sector could reach a tipping point over the next several years, though, as many long-term tenants of aging medical office buildings, primarily independent physicians, retire or opt for hospital employment. In some instances, health systems will maintain occupancy in older properties if an acquired practice serves a specific niche, but overall leasing trends will reflect a penchant for modern office buildings."
The main threat is that medical insurance companies being forced to enroll non-paying patients (obamacare) will cut payments to doctors who then will look for ways to cut rent expense.
Giving 15 percent free health care is ok but cutting services to the 85 percent who are paying is Not OK .......