LTC Properties, Inc. operates as a health care real estate investment trust (REIT) that invests primarily in long-term care and other healthcare related properties through mortgage loans, property lease transactions and other investments.


LTC Properties, Inc. In The News

  • LTC Properties First to Report Q:2 Earnings
    It is usually the larger REITs that are the first out of the block with their quarterly earnings reports, so it was nice to see LTC Properties be the first one this time. And a week before the others. With a stock market capitalization of just $1.4 billion, LTC prides... Read more
    Published on: August 03, 2020 By Steve Monroe
  • Blueprint Closes Another LTC Properties Sale
    After representing LTC Properties in its five-phase sale of a 2,500-bed skilled nursing portfolio, Blueprint Healthcare Real Estate Advisors went back to the well, handling LTC Properties and Senior Lifestyle Corp.’s sale of two large seniors housing campuses in Arizona. The deal closed on April 21, with Humair... Read more
    Published on: June 03, 2020 By Ben Swett
  • Blueprint Wraps Up LTC Properties Portfolio Sale
    Blueprint Healthcare Real Estate Advisors announced the final three phases of LTC Properties’ portfolio sale that sold to multiple buyers and closed from late-2019 to the first quarter of this year. It was revealed that seven skilled nursing facilities and about 550 beds in Iowa sold to a... Read more
    Published on: May 25, 2020 By Ben Swett
  • Blueprint Finds Buyers For LTC Properties’ Preferred Care Sale
    Blueprint Healthcare Real Estate Advisors has announced its involvement in the first two phases of LTC Properties’ sale of its Preferred Care portfolio, with three more to go. In the end, the whole portfolio, including approximately 2,500 beds across five states, provided a combined $78 million in net... Read more
    Published on: May 14, 2020 By Ben Swett
  • REIT Sale/Leasebacks Are Not Dead
    It is very easy to say that sale/leaseback structures with REITs are dead, especially if your leases are dead in the water. But then you have to ask, why are they dead in the water, and why did you enter into long-term leases in the first place? You could have... Read more
    Published on: February 21, 2020 By Ben Swett