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Valuation of Senior Living Properties: Sold Comparables

The valuation of senior living properties is a central discussion point for any owner considering a sale of their asset.  This is third, and final part of a blog series, focused on the valuation of senior living properties using Sold Comparables as component of valuation. Previous prior blog posts (Cap Rate Valuation & EGIM Valuation) […]

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Value Add vs. Stabilized Properties – How are they valued?

Value Add vs. Stabilized Properties – How are they valued? – by Jason Punzel As brokers, we sell both value add and stabilized properties and often times investors ask us how are they valued.  To begin with, for a property to be considered “stabilized”, it’s census and monthly (daily) rates must be similar to other […]

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Valuation of Senior Living Properties: Capitalization Rate (Part 1 of 3)

Ultimately, valuations, and in-turn subsequent pricing decisions are the focal of point of a senior living transaction being considered a ‘success’.  While there are many influences on pricing, many not necessarily being under the control of the owner/seller, these outside forces are nonetheless considered during the valuation process. Being that the sale of a senior […]

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