Seniors Housing M&A Mid-Year Review and Outlook: Will Housing Market Woes and Medicare Cuts Keep Activity Down?
Recorded September 8, 2011
From the summer of 2010 through the first quarter of 2011, the seniors housing and care merger and acquisition market produced the highest level of activity ever in a nine-month period, posting more than $20 billion in transactions. Most of the dollar volume came from several large REIT acquisitions, but the transaction volume increased substantially as more buyers came back into the market and the supply of capital increased. Initially, it seemed as though M&A activity in 2011 would continue at this record-setting pace, but a host of developments have created a unique situation that is challenging the surge seen since the summer of 2010. Slow occupancy growth caused by the weak housing market and a stagnant economy, plus the looming 11.1% cut in overall Medicare reimbursement, are all threatening an impasse in the investment market.
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|●||Can providers overcome these market and reimbursement challenges?|
|●||Will the near-term horizon result in a pull-back in buyer interest and values?|
|●||Are health care REITS satiated with their more than $20 billion of acquisitions in the last year? Or will they be back in the market taking advantage of their low cost of capital and lack of competition for large transactions?|
|●||Can private equity compete with health care REITs?|
|●||Who will be completing the smaller transactions?|
|●||PLUS...your chance to ask our panel of experts your questions on the seniors housing acquisition market.|