SIG Handles 34 Urgent Care Property Sales Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic

SIG Handles 34 Urgent Care Property Sales Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic

SIG broker Kaveh Ebrahimi successfully closed 34 urgent care locations capitalizing on sector growth, selling 23 properties in 2020 and 11 YTD, while continuing to add listings into 2021.

Working with SIG brokers is the best way to leverage top listings, lending, and marketing efforts. SIG broker Kaveh Ebrahimi has specialized in urgent care facilities over the past 6 years, pioneering the sale of urgent care properties by closing on his first location back in 2015. Since then, his sales numbers continue to increase as he currently has 14 urgent care clinics in escrow with 4 scheduled to close in April 2021.

Pre-pandemic, urgent care facilities were primarily serving the general public for urgent and immediate care needs—however, in a post-pandemic world, research indicates that consumers will prioritize preventative wellness and urgent care centers will see an increase in visitors.

As a result, urgent care centers have come into the mainstream as a new opportunity for private equity, commercial real estate, and retail healthcare individuals. There are big opportunities for investors to take advantage of properties that lean into a convenience for the community, especially when it comes to preventative care.

“As we’ve seen over the last 12 months, urgent care facilities have seen an increase in demand from the COVID-19 pandemic, and research indicates that this trend has staying power as preventative health becomes a priority for everyday consumers and the democracy of healthcare accelerates into communities,” Ebrahimi said.

The SIG team’s specialization in medical office and urgent care properties allowed them to serve buyers and sellers through 2020 and continue their track record into 2021. Many of these listings are exclusive to SIG due to the relationships with the parties involved as well as deep knowledge of this product type. 

Ebrahimi’s first four closings of 2021 were Tennessee properties, two of which were for the same seller and closed within two days of one another. All four listings were with repeat clients and sold for record low cap rates.

“Healthcare will always be an essential service, and there will always be a demand for urgent care facilities for both medical emergencies and everyday healthcare needs. These facilities support the needs of their communities by offering accessible and convenient options for medical services,” Ebrahimi said.


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Interested in acquiring a medical office property to add consistent returns in your investment portfolio? SIG handles new loans on locations for clients who are seeking to expand their portfolio and acquire NNN properties in all different niches, including urgent care. When the goal is growing an investment portfolio with specific properties, you can’t trust a typical real estate agency to walk you through the process. SIG is a commercial real estate brokerage firm with a wealth of experience helping clients find, secure, and purchase properties to round out their investment portfolio.

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