Doc Properties helps physicians and investors realize myriad benefits of investing in healthcare properties

As the Phoenix area continues to see the nation’s fastest growth, demand for medical services is also rising. To help clinicians provide the care the Valley needs, long-time commercial real estate broker Trisha Talbot launched Doc Properties, a real estate investment services firm that serves healthcare practices and investors in a booming property sector.

Previously with Newmark, Talbot brings 20 years of experience putting together healthcare real estate deals to the helm of Doc Properties. She leverages extensive knowledge of the Arizona market, as well as other states, and a data-driven approach to help practices establish real estate portfolio strategies aligned with cash flow and profitability goals.

Talbot is widely lauded for her expertise, leadership and performance, consistently ranking among the state’s top commercial real estate brokers for more than a decade. As managing principal, she helps healthcare practices maximize the economic benefit of owning real estate and devising strategies that best serve their care delivery models.

“At Doc Properties, we’re serving clients that want to invest in income-producing healthcare properties, including strategically adding value to achieve cash flow and realize profits upon the sale,” said Talbot. “Physicians often want to reinvest or expand but don’t realize they don’t have to fund everything themselves. We provide them with research-backed strategies and an in-depth understanding of their challenges and needs while establishing long-term relationships with companies that have the capital to help them succeed.”

Doc Properties assists clients with facilities ranging from ambulatory surgical centers and urgent care properties to medical office buildings. The firm also identifies opportunities for adaptive reuse and helps clients build to suit.

A demonstrated healthcare real estate leader, Talbot delves into lessons learned and opportunities at the intersection of healthcare and commercial real estate in her popular podcast, “Providers, Properties and Performance,” available at

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