Private Healthcare REITs are Still Active Buyers As Ryan Saul blogged in July (http://seniorlivingbrokerage.com/reit-buyers-quiet/) and Senior Housing News commented on this week (http://seniorhousingnews.com/2016/10/19/senior-housing-ma-continues-decline/), Seniors Housing M&A activity has dipped over the past couple of quarters due to decreased activity among the majority of Public Healthcare REITs. According to Bill Kauffman, NIC’s senior principal, the main […]
Moderate Income Assisted Living by Jason Punzel There tends to be a trend in new construction of seniors housing communities to focus on very high end Private Pay residents that have the ability to pay $4,000+/month for independent living and $6,000+/month for assisted living. Additionally, many older communities have a high percentage of Medicaid residents […]
Will Labor Effect Seniors Housing? My guess is the answer is yes. Labor shortages is a real challenge for Seniors Housing operators. I’m hearing more and more that agency and temp workers, which is costly, is becoming standard in most buildings. I can’t get through a discussion about buying or selling without labor being brought […]
Everyone is looking to save money, whether at the grocery store, shopping online or selling real estate, saving a ‘buck’ is often the name of the game. When considering selling a senior living community, the temptation to list a property without a broker, or use a low fee unproven brokerage, can be tempting. However, it […]
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