Patrick Byrne sold a 75 bed skilled nursing facility in Coulterville, Illinois, a small town 50 miles east of St. Louis. The 28,606 square foot building was built in 1999 on 0.83 acres and sold for almost $60,000/bed. Originally developed by a non-profit organization, the property struggled financially. Sold to a for profit owner, they were able to stabilize the property, improve operations(91% census at the time of sale). Despite being profitable, Illinois’ delay in Medicaid reimbursement and poor rates, led the owner to pursue a sale. Although the Medicaid rate is $101.09 and Illinois is approximately 6 months behind in reimbursement, Senior Living Investment Brokerage, Inc. was able to procure three strong offers within 10 days. The ultimate Buyer was a regional operator from Missouri. For additional information on this transaction, please contact Pat Byrne at 314/961-0070 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Ryan Saul and Toby Siefert recently sold a 97 Bed Skilled Nursing Facility in Pennsylvania. The Seller was a regional not-for-profit that had engaged Genesis Healthcare to manage the community. The property had bond financing and the hold on the bond was achieved. It was a mutual decision by the owner and the bondholder to divest of the community. The property was not in a core market of the owner or manager. The Buyer was a regional owner with other seniors housing properties in Pennsylvania. The 24,000 square foot building was built in 1967 and 1972 on 0.69 acre. The census at the time of sale was 89.9% Senior Living Investment Brokerage was able to procure multiple offers for the Seller. For additional information, please contact Toby or Ryan at 630/858-2501.
- Prepare a bio with company history and facilities owned and operated. What is your mission? Sellers want to know your philosophy and who they are leaving their property to.
- Have your equity lined up. Ask your personal banker to provide a letter referencing your financial strength and ability to provide the equity required for a transaction.
- Have your debt lined up. Obtain letters from two lenders speaking to their interest to provide financing for you.
- Put together a professional letter of intent with your logo. The letter of intent should clearly state the purchase price, earnest money deposit, due diligence period and closing period.
- Have your due diligence list ready so that a seller can anticipate the type of information that they will need to put together for you.
- It might sound simple, but don’t breach confidentiality and abide by the process that the broker and seller have established. Meet timelines and provide all information that is requested.
If you would like to learn more about buying or selling a nursing home or assisted living facility, please contact Ryan Saul at Senior Living Investment Brokerage, Inc. at email@example.com or 630-858-2501.
Ryan Saul sold an 128 Bed Skilled Nursing Facility in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The facility has a stellar reputation for quality care which was reflected in the purchase price of over $100,000/bed. Although originally built in the 1970.s, the Seller had continually invested capital and upgraded the building. It is arguably one of the best SNF’s in Indiana. The Seller was an Assisted Living owner/operator that purchased the SNF because it was adjacent to one of his ALF’s. The Seller had recently sold his Assisted Living portfolio so he elected to sell the SNF. The Buyer, based in Chicago, aligned with a regional to operate the facility. The operator manages several properties in Indiana and Illinois. The 37,000 square foot building on 4.3 acres was built in the 1970’s. The census at the time of sale was 84% with an 80% quality mix. The community sold at a 14.13% capitalization rate/1.4 GIM. For additional information, please contact Ryan Saul at firstname.lastname@example.org or 630/858-2501.