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Real Estate Strategy in M&A Transaction May Reduce Costs, Create Profits

Healthcare organizations may reap significant short- and long-term operating and financial benefits by addressing real estate strategies in the merger and acquisition process, according to a news release by Jones Lang Lasalle, a financial services firm specializing in real estate.


A real estate analysis conducted during the pre-transaction stage could facilitate short-term strategic moves that pay immediate dividends, according to the release.

Real-estate strategies to consider during a transaction include:

• Disposition of surplus properties and leases to generate cash;
• Operating audits to wring cost-saving efficiencies from real estate portfolios, leases and procurement; and
• The release of cash from the balance sheet through the sale of surplus buildings through sale-leasebacks.

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