Name

Courtney Hanfland

Bio

Courtney Hanfland has spent the last 10 years working exclusively in the healthcare real estate sector. She started in acquisitions for a Denver based capital venture firm working on value-add medical office investment opportunities in partnership with Nationwide Health Properties (acquired by Ventas in 2011). After acquiring 34 properties, she moved to an asset management role to oversee the medical office portfolio operations including leasing and property management. In 2009, she joined NexCore Group, a national developer/acquirer of healthcare real estate as the Vice President of Asset Management/Leasing. In her role at NexCore, Courtney was responsible for 2.5M SF overseeing portfolio operations including financing, disposition strategies, leasing and property management. Starting in 2010, Courtney’s role expanded to include acquisition due diligence and underwriting. She was responsible for acquisition underwriting, due diligence, tenant interviews, closing and seamless operational transition on $500M of acquisitions from 2010 to 2013. Courtney joined CHI in October 2013 as the National Manager, Leasing. Her role quickly expanded to include all types real estate transactions and she is now responsible for overseeing all real estate transactions across the system in her role as National Director, Real Estate Transactions.
 
Courtney is on the board of the Denver Metro Building Owner’s and Manager’s Association. She is also leading the Provider Strategies Track for the 2015 BOMA Healthcare Real Estate Conference. Courtney serves on the advisory board for Revista, a new healthcare real estate database service that tracks leasing, acquisition/disposition, construction and investment activity across the country (http://www.revistamed.com). In her role at CHI, Courtney has participated on panels for the Colorado Real Estate Journal, Bisnow, BOMA and has been a contributor to the Colorado Real Estate Journal writing articles related to healthcare real estate trends. She also mentors undergraduate students from Stephens College, a private women’s college in Columbia, Missouri (where Courtney earned her BS and MBA).