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Senior housing panel highlights “extraordinary” growth in healthcare REITs

Published on June 8th, 2015

The healthcare REIT sector has gone from a real estate industry “afterthought” to an area experiencing “extraordinary growth,” said Thomas DeRosa, CEO of Health Care REIT. Speaking on a panel…

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