June 2020 | Thursday at 1:00pm EST (Date TBA)
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In 2018, the average price per unit for assisted living communities hit its lowest level in five years. With capital still abundant and relatively cheap, one would expect the acquisition market to be stronger than it has been. But overdevelopment in many markets has put a strain on values as providers face problems with staffing costs and shortages, as well as price discounting as newcomers try to fill their new units. What will it take for assisted living occupancy rates to finally stabilize, and what, exactly, is that stabilized number? There are some indications that development has begun to slow, and if that continues, census should finally begin to rise, possibly pushing values higher in the coming years.
In this webinar, find out:
- Who the buyers and sellers are
- Where cap rates have been and where they are heading
- What happens to values if the private equity market contracts
- Whether it makes sense to buy or build in today’s market
- If assisted living communities need to have separate memory care wings to succeed and compete
Over the years, the assisted living market has been the fastest growing segment of the seniors housing continuum. Because it has been need-driven, investors have come to think of it as being recession-resistant, which puts it into its own real estate class. Consequently, values should be rising as the supply-demand equation gets closer to equilibrium. Join us in this webinar as we try to separate the myths from reality and discuss the future of the assisted living acquisition market.
Steve Monroe, Managing Editor, The SeniorCare Investor (moderator)
More panelists to be announced.
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