Medical Insight | Q1 2024

By Nicolas Milner

As we conclude the first quarter of 2024, RWC Medical is pleased to share our latest insights into the medical property market, highlighting the significant trends and developments we’ve observed. This quarter has seen dynamic changes, particularly in the areas of strata, freehold properties, and specialised facilities like childcare centres.

Our detailed report provides an in-depth look at these key segments, exploring how they have evolved and what these changes mean for stakeholders in the healthcare sector. The insights gathered are critical for anyone involved in healthcare real estate, from investors to practitioners looking to expand or refine their facilities.

For a closer look at these trends, please view the complete Medical Insight for Q1 2024 available here:

If you are contemplating the valuation of your property, or if you’re looking to sell or lease your medical facility, consult with our specialist agents at RWC Medical. Our team is equipped with the expertise and experience to provide you with the best possible advice and support.

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