Special Report: Investors adding senior living to mix

ACUITY LEVELS ARE RISING – AND SO IS THE LEVEL OF INSTITUTIONAL INTEREST

By Murray W. Wolf

One of the panels during the recent NIC conference discussed how investors
allocate capital for senior living real estate. The panelists included (from left
to right) Rick Matros of Sabra Health Care REIT, David Roth of Blackstone Group, Noah Levy of Prudential Real Estate Investors and Ted Bigman of Morgan Stanley Investment Management. Photo courtesy of NIC/jvinfante photography

Seasoned senior living real estate investors acknowledge that the sector is “complicated,” “misunderstood” and fraught with the added risks associated with volatile government reimbursement policies. In addition, there are questions about the ability of some operators to deliver the higher-acuity care that is increasingly being shifted to skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) and assisted living facilities (ALFs).

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