Public REITs can sell seniors housing assets too

We’ve read a lot about public REITs shedding their skilled nursing assets, but that’s not all they’re selling. A publicly traded REIT sold a pair of West Coast assisted living communities for $23 million, or $365,079 per unit. There is a 48-bed/24-unit assisted living/memory care community in Corvallis, Oregon, and a 78-bed/39-unit AL community in Citrus Heights, California. Over 93% occupied, the communities earned around $6.5 million in annualized revenues. The buyer, Summit Healthcare REIT, triple-net leased the properties for a term of 10 years to an affiliate of Compass Senior Living. Acquisition financing was arranged by Capital One, and Tim Cobb of Blueprint Healthcare Real Estate Advisors handled the transaction.


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