In the Senior Housing and Long-Term Care industry there has been a common belief that the slowing of the overall economy and restricted availability of capital that began in mid-2007 would cause a massive influx of properties coming onto the market as a result. So, where are they?
The good news is that the dollar amount produced in 2009 happens to be approximately what the dollar volume was in 2003, the last time the acquisition market was struggling to get out of a recession. One noteworthy difference is that the industry fundamentals are much better today than they were in the 2002/2003 period. So what does this mean if you are an owner with a property you are contemplating selling in today’s market? After all, what is behind us is behind us.
I would be happy to prepare a confidential analysis for any properties you may consider divesting. Contact Michael Brundage at email@example.com for more information.