Seniors Housing and Care M&A Market: Turning the Corner
Recorded February 17, 2011
2010 could go down as a transformative year for the seniors housing and care sector. After two very slow years, the market really started to take off in the second half of 2010. In fact, the dollar volume of announced acquisitions was greater than in 2008 and 2009 combined. Join us as we reflect on the behavior and performance of the M&A market over the past years and discuss the industry’s economic forecast for 2011 and beyond.
Find out what happened to the average price per unit for assisted living facilities, the average price per bed for skilled nursing facilities, and cap rates for assisted living facilities and skilled nursing facilities in 2010 as we release our preliminary data on the M&A market. Our expert panel of leading industry insiders will review the trends in seniors housing and care by providing a unique perspective on the dynamics of the acquisition market, assessment of the past few years, and insight on what to expect in 2011 and beyond.
Our expert panel of leading industry insiders will review the trends in seniors housing and care by providing a unique perspective on the dynamics of the acquisition market, assessment of the past few years, and insight on what to expect in 2011 and beyond.
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|●||Preliminary data on average price per unit and bed in 2010 as well as cap rates for assisted living and skilled nursing facilities.|
|●||Are we poised for a significant market rebound that is not just health care REIT-driven?|
|●||Did average cap rates actually decline in 2010 or was it just for the jumbo deals?|
|●||Will prices rise and will the lenders start to loosen the purse strings?|
|●||PLUS….your chance to ask the leading experts your questions on the acquisition market.|