Webinar: Distressed Situations: Real Estate Value for Hospital Sale or Lease

In many cases, the pandemic has accelerated financial difficulties for independent district-owned, not-for-profit, certain for-profit and rural operators. Some may not have the financial resources or proper strategic alignments to prosper after the pandemic subsides and must consider transaction scenarios. In the case of a sale or lease, a hospital’s real estate holdings are considered its largest and most valuable asset.

 

A Series on Real Estate Considerations for Health Care

Distressed Situations: Real Estate Value for Hospital Sale or Lease

In this discussion, panelists will share their perspectives and insights for healthcare executives making hospital sale or lease decisions. We cover:

  • Key challenges of underperforming hospitals and what questions healthcare executives should be asking
  • Market participants for hospital transactions and party motivations
  • The pros and cons of selling versus leasing
  • Applications for valuation theory to distressed hospital real estate valuation
  • Key terms to be considered in sale or lease documents

Meet our Speakers:

  • Rick Edwards, Managing Director, Real Estate Valuation Services - Weaver
  • Kevin Reed, Member - Reed, Claymon, Meeker & Hargett, PLLC
  • Jonathan Spees, Principal and Founder - Marine Street Consulting

Moderated by Weaver's Corey Palasota, Managing Director, Health Care Valuation Services.


This webinar is for all levels of business professionals, accountants and CFOs. Please note that CPE credit is not awarded for recorded webinars. Keep an eye on our events page, or sign up to receive invites for future webinars.

 

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Rick Edwards

Rick Edwards

Managing Director, Real Estate Valuation Services

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As a managing director in Weaver’s real estate practice, Richard (Rick) Edwards leads the firm’s valuations of a wide range of…

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