Acquisition Strategy

Griffin-American Healthcare REIT III seeks to invest in a diversified portfolio of real estate assets that may produce immediate rental income, including medical office buildings, hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, senior housing facilities and other healthcare-related assets.

The REIT may also originate or acquire real estate-related investments which could include mortgage, mezzanine, bridge and other loans, common and preferred stock of, or other interests in, public or private unaffiliated real estate companies, commercial mortgage backed securities, and certain other securities such as collaterized debt obligations and foreign securities. The REIT will seek to purchase healthcare assets located on and off medical campuses where demographic trends indicate potential growth in the market and the underlying value of the real estate. Properties with long-term leases in place and currently leased properties play an integral role in the final decision of whether to acquire a property. The REIT endeavors to maintain high occupancy rates across its portfolio and seeks properties where future capital needs are reasonable, allowing us to meet our investment objectives. Griffin-American Healthcare REIT III seeks to diversify its portfolio by property type, location, tenants and lease expiration. Properties may include:

  • Medical office buildings
  • Senior housing facilities
  • Assisted living and Skilled nursing facilities
  • Hospitals and surgery centers
  • Long-term acute care and memory care facilities
  • Labs and research facilities
  • Specialty medical and diagnostic service centers
  • Pharmaceutical and medical supply manufacturing facilities
  • Offices leased to tenants in healthcare-related industries

There is no guarantee that Griffin-American Healthcare REIT III, Inc. will be able to achieve these investment objectives.