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Senior Living Acquisitions Tilting Towards a Buyers Market

A lower cost of capital and a shallow pool of acquisition opportunities have made conditions more favorable for sellers of senior living properties in recent years — but there are recent signs that the market is tilting back toward the buyers. For one, senior living operators are still grappling with a higher cost of doing business for many important line items, from food to labor. Although many senior living companies have done well treading water over the last two and a half years, owners of these assets — particularly underperforming or distressed communities — are increasingly looking to sell. At the same time, interest in senior living development is rising, meaning more companies are opting for new builds rather than seeking an acquisition target. All of that is helping to make conditions more favorable for buyers of properties by driving down pricing for existing assets.

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