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 […]
REIT buyers are quiet. With the low cost of capital and Wall Street behind REIT growth in Seniors Housing, REITs have been buying nursing home and assisted living portfolios at a rapid pace for the last three years. However, all is currently quiet on the REIT front. Why has there been a slow down with […]
I recently participated on a panel that discussed where the most opportunities are today. Non-Core Properties Present Best Buying Opportunities Today. Here is a link to read more about the latest Seniors Housing News and what is driving deal velocity. Senors Housing Midwest Conference Article To discuss your buying and selling goals, please contact Ryan […]
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According to the Senior Care Acquisition Report 2016, the average price per unit for Assisted Living Facilities in 2015 was $189,200 and for Independent Living Facilities it was $192,900. However, is this really a good metric for valuing a senior living community? In 2015 the average price per unit for Class A Independent Living Facilities […]
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