Liverpool, New York, May 27, 2021 – McapMediaWire – Supurva Healthcare Group, Inc. (OTC Pink: SPRV) (“SPRV”) (the “Company”) announced today that John Murphy President and CEO recently stated that macroeconomic trends that include the Government’s COVID -19 stimulus packages, reduced unemployment, and increases in GDP, strongly indicate inflation is on the horizon in the United States. Historical empirical evidence supports real estate as an effective hedge against inflation, as rents and property values tend to increase, and debt depreciates. Murphy believes that the Medical Office sector will be one of the top performers in this inflationary period.
The majority of medical offices that SPRV has evaluated this past year to acquire have long lease terms, NET leases, with annual base rent escalations. The ability to shift operating costs to the Tenants, the growth rate of annual base rent, the length of lease, and the benefit of historically low cost of debt support values increasing at a rate in excess of historic inflationary rates.
Murphy also stated there was another strong factor that supports the medical office sector as an effective inflationary hedge, the health care industry. Most people do not realize the health care industry has been the best hedge against inflation. Health care demand has been largely immune to inflation for the past 8 decades. With the advent of insurance programs, we have become increasingly reluctant to decline health care and medical procedures. Since 1940 the CPI for health care has increased 40 times as compared to the regular CPI has increased 12 times.
The combination of the real estate and health care industry will continue to provide strong predictable returns and withstand the impacts of inflation.
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