February 2020 | Thursday at 1:00pm EST (Date TBA)
COST: $247 per dial-in connection
After the record-breaking year of 2018 in terms of number of separate transactions, 2019 was almost a repeat, with more than 400 publicly announced seniors housing and care acquisitions for the second year in a row. Skilled nursing values peaked in 2016 while assisted living and independent living values have been trading near their all-time highs for a few years. Is it just the enormous supply and relatively cheap cost of capital that keeps the deal flow at a record pace? Or is it the demographic story of the 2020s that keeps investors motivated? The reality is that it is both, plus several other factors.
Tune in to this webinar to find out:
- Where cap rates ended the year, and what can be expected for 2020
- Whether skilled nursing values have finally hit bottom
- The average price per unit for assisted and independent living communities in 2019
- Who is buying at these peak prices?
- If the long-expected economic downturn will impact prices
Investors are still seeking yield in today’s market, and they continue to find it in the senior care market. But are those yields going down or staying about the same? Join us to get exclusive data and facts about the current M&A market, and what it will mean for you.
Steve Monroe, Managing Editor, The SeniorCare Investor (moderator)
More panelists to be announced.
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