At a certain age, virtually any type property will become obsolete. Thus, at what age is it for Senior Living and Skilled Nursing Facilities? I believe it is more a matter of functionality than age. In today’s competitive world, Assisted Living Communities that are older converted Skilled Nursing Facilities tend to have challenges in keeping […]
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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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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For the first time in many years, we have started to hear buyers, lenders and operators start to question whether the market peaked. Commercial real estate in general, and Seniors Housing specifically, both have seen increases in value since the trough of the market in 2009-2010. Cap rate trends are a good way to follow […]