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Healthcare Trust of America

HTA launches medical real estate data service

Healthcare Trust of America, Inc. announced Tuesday that it is serving as the top level, founding partner for the launch of Revista, a new data service for medical real estate. Founded by former executives with the National Investment Center, Revista is creating the most comprehensive and accurate data and industry services focused on the characteristics, transactions, and performance of the growing medical real estate sector in the United States. Revista is the first data service to be built by healthcare real estate veterans and will highlight the key drivers and trends that make medical real estate one of the most attractive asset classes today. Revista is formally launching later this month with the roll out of its data service for the Northeastern U.S. It expects to roll out services for the entire United States later this year.

Healthcare Trust of America is the largest, dedicated owner of medical office buildings in the U.S. today. The medical office sector is estimated to include over $250 billion in asset value, with less than 10% owned by institutional investors. HTA is dedicated to the medical office sector and is committed to providing the tools and resources necessary for health systems and healthcare providers to effectively and efficiently meet their real estate and financing needs.

“As one of the leading owners and operators of medical office real estate in the United States, HTA is committed to bringing an institutional quality to this currently fragmented sector,” stated Chairman and CEO Scott D. Peters. “We believe that the rollout of Revista’s products and services will greatly improve the quality of data that institutional investors require to understand the strong fundamentals of medical real estate. It will also highlight the tremendous value that health systems and providers have locked up in their real estate portfolios, allowing them to strategically analyze their true costs of capital in today’s changing environment.”