Although in the four quarters ending Q3:15 the average assisted living cap rate rose slightly (5 basis points) and the average independent living fell by just 20 basis points, we saw a much bigger shift in the average skilled nursing facility cap rate, which fell 60 basis points from 12.4% in 2014 to 11.8% in the four quarters ending Q3:15. That is the lowest average SNF cap rate we have seen in any four-quarter period. Conversely, and understandably, the average price per bed for SNF transactions increased by $3,300, for a 4.3% change. So as the quality of facilities sold increases, driven largely by a higher Medicare census, or at least potential for it, and cost of borrowing remains low, cap rates may stay around these historic lows.