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Inside the Forces Driving Senior Living Valuations in 2022

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Depressed occupancy, staffing shortages, higher expenses, compressed margins — these are some of the forces that have driven down senior living valuations in the age of Covid.

According to the latest data from the 2021 State of Seniors Housing Report, average senior living sale prices per unit dipped slightly last year, continuing an annual trend that started in 2018, when valuations peaked.

When the Covid-19 pandemic hit in 2020, capital providers largely shut off the tap amid uncertainty about the future, ultimately leading to an M&A landscape that was more wide than deep. But looking to the year ahead, there are some signs that these trends could change — and some signs that they won’t.

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