The Future of Medicaid Block Grants

Our editor Steve Monroe moderated a webinar on June 8 called “Skilled Nursing Reimbursement Under Trump Care” with panelists Joshua Jandris of IPA Seniors Housing and Marc Zimmet of Zimmet Healthcare Services Group, where they discussed Medicare reimbursement changes, the future of Medicaid managed care plans and the next shoe to drop on the reimbursement […]

Cash Flow Is King

Many buyers prize a community’s cash flow over other factors. If a community is already making money, and avoids any major missteps, it is probably a safe bet for investors. Neither 2015 nor 2016 reached the record average NOI per unit set in 2014 of $14,200 per unit, but in a year when the average […]

Deals Down So Far in 2017

Long-term care has experienced a dip in M&A, but after nearly three straight years of 80+ transactions per quarter (starting in Q3:2014 with 83), with a couple exceptions, it is about time the M&A juggernaut slows down a bit. The first quarter’s volume fell to 76 deals, down from 93 in the previous quarter and […]

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New Senior Care M&A Data

Assisted living per-unit prices rise for the latest four quarters, while skilled nursing remains the same. It was a relatively slow first quarter with regard to publicly announced seniors housing and care acquisitions, other than some old large deals announced last year that finally closed in the quarter. On a rolling four quarters basis, the […]

Sizing Up the Seniors Housing Market

In 2016, buyers paid up for larger seniors housing communities (including independent living and assisted living) compared to 2015. We observed in the 22nd Edition of The Senior Care Acquisition Report that once again, the largest properties, with 150 units or more, still beat out smaller properties in price, averaging $226,200 per unit, 16% higher […]