Using his expertise in the Texas M&A market, Matthew Alley of Senior Living Investment Brokerage sold an assisted living community in rural east Texas for $2.8 million, or $56,000 per unit. Originally built in 1994, the 50-unit community is the only licensed assisted living property in Franklin County. It includes 68 licensed Type A beds, and at the time of marketing, it was about 58% occupied, generating about $50,000 annually in EBITDAR on over $840,000 in revenues.

Its independent owner/operator was looking to exit the seniors housing industry, ultimately selling the community to a local doctor. That medical knowledge can’t hurt in turning the community around.