The Sabra-Genesis Sales Keep On Coming

Many of Blueprint Healthcare Real Estate Advisors’ closings this year have featured a publicly traded REIT divesting skilled nursing facilities (a theme in the past year), which was yet again the impetus for its latest deal. Christopher Hyldahl, Ben Firestone, Gideon Orion and Michael Segal worked on behalf of Sabra Health Care REIT to sell […]

Mozart Healthcare’s Texas Portfolio Swells to Four

Genesis Healthcare may be exiting Texas right now, but Chicago-based Mozart Healthcare doubled down in the Lone Star State, acquiring a 124-bed skilled nursing facility in El Paso to complement its three existing SNFs (located in Winnsboro, Kennedale and San Augustine) in the state. The new addition is the company’s first in West Texas, and […]

Another Big Sale For Blueprint Healthcare Real Estate Advisors

Fresh off their top spot in our 2017 broker rankings (in terms of number of deals, properties and units/beds transacted), Blueprint Healthcare Real Estate Advisors seems to be eyeing that top spot for 2018 too, announcing that it represented a public REIT in its recent disposition of 20 Genesis Healthcare-operated skilled nursing facilities. The REIT […]

Sabra Health Care REIT Sells 20 More Genesis SNFs

After already announcing that it has put on the market 35 of its properties leased to Genesis Healthcare, Sabra Health Care REIT has successfully sold 20 of them to an undisclosed buyer for $103 million. The memorandum of understanding with Genesis to market and sell these 35 properties followed Sabra’s merger with Care Capital Properties […]

National Healthcare Corporation Holding Its Own

With all the media attention on financial problems within the skilled nursing sector (and we are guilty of this as well), there are some companies which are doing okay in this environment. One is National HealthCare Corporation, a publicly traded company that keeps very quiet but, with a market cap of $989 million, is one […]

Legacy Tenant Capital Structures Create REIT Turmoil

It all started when HCP, Inc. completed a series of rent negotiations with HCR ManorCare, but to no avail. It just wasn’t enough for a long-term solution, and they ended up spinning the HCRMC portfolio into a new entity (Quality Care Properties) that was supposed to be a REIT but may end up not being […]

Senior Care Stocks Remain in Doldrums

Seniors housing and care stocks remain in the dumps. There has been no Trump bump for them, as the rest of the market is up 16% since the beginning of this year. We should be only half as lucky. One would think that the skilled nursing dominated companies would have been the hardest hit, given […]