Recently, I spoke at the Washington Healthcare Association’s (WHCA) annual conference. I have spoken there three times on the general state of the senior housing and skilled nursing sales market. For the first time, I had to say that the data shows that pricing has peaked. According to the National Investment Center (NIC), prices peaked […]
Over the past several years, interest rates have remained extremely low. The 10 year US Treasury rate (a common benchmark for financial instruments) reached an all-time low in July, 2012, at 1.53% and today is around 1.8%, the Federal Funds Rate has been close to 0% for years and the Fed made its first rate […]
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On November 19th, I participated in a panel entitled “Investment Market Update: Who’s Buying, Who’s Selling & Will Velocity Keep Going Up and Cap Rates Keep Going Down”. We had a lively discussion on the current market, and I wanted to share a few takeaways. 1. Who are the active buyers and sellers in today’s […]
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When considering a sale, there is no minimum size for an assisted living facility (or independent living facility). Different room counts will attract different types of buyers. A REIT or large private equity company will not have an interest in a single, 16 unit assisted living facility. Likewise, a local nurse typically will not have […]
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