Average seniors housing price per unit reaches over $200,000 for first time. There was no shortage of activity in the U.S. seniors housing and care transactions market in 2019. The story of abundant liquidity continued throughout the year with the number of closed transactions reaching a time-series high going back to 2008. Indeed, there was no sign of reduced interest from investors and the transaction market continued to show significant activity once again which, barring any economic or capital market shocks, is most likely to continue into 2020.
Medicaid revenue mix reached a time-series high Occupancy flat, continues to stabilize NIC released its third quarter 2019 Skilled Nursing Data Report last week, which includes key monthly data points from January 2012 through September 2019.
The U.S. seniors housing and care transactions market saw a slight drop in dollar volume in the third quarter of 2019 from the previous quarter. However, measured by the number of transactions closed year-to-date in 2019, the market seems to be very active on a relative basis. Judging by interest from investors, especially from the private buyers (discussed further below), this trend is likely to continue in the short-term barring any liquidity or economic shocks.