Friday, August 28, 2015

Maryland Assisted Living & Independent Living Facilities for Sale

Healthcare Transactions Group, Inc. is pleased to offer for sale -

  • 61-Unit Assisted Living Facility licensed for 85 beds
  • 16 Cottages with 24 Independent Living Units
The opportunity in Denton, Maryland in the heart of Maryland's Eastern Shore, in freestanding buildings on a shared 28-acre wooded campus with a Lake. Together, with a unaffiliated skilled nursing facility also on the campus, the combination forms a continuum of care community, within a market area where nearly twenty percent of the population is age 65 and over.

The Facilities are owned and operated by separate religious nonprofit entities, Healthcare Transactions Group has been engaged to conduct a competitive bid sale of the assets, including real estate and operations. The facilities may be purchased singly or together.

2014 EBITDARM (Earnings before interest, income taxes, depreciation, amortization, rent and management fee) was about $550,000, or about a 19% margin.



If you are interested in exploring this opportunity, please contact us by clicking here or call us at 410-902-2450.

1 comment:

  1. Hello Davis,

    I’ve really enjoyed reading your blog over the past year. I stumbled upon it when got more focused on the problems that seniors have with mobility and injuries, and I was immediately hooked by your focus on healthcare. I really enjoyed your post about independent living facility. When dealing with senior's like my grandparents and their friends, it was no surprise to see the same challenges facing them every day. One of the biggest problems I notice with my grandparents is their mobility starting to slow down.

    I currently am working with a team that has a project set to launch in the next month on Kickstarter called the step2rest (www.step2rest.com ). The creator is a nurse who is focused on helping keep the senior population safe in their home, I thought I might share it with you.

    Would you be interested in doing a interview/guest entry/review on him and the project for your blog? My hope is that it would add value to your audience, especially since it’s in line with helping people reduce their risk of falls and remain independent as long as possible.

    If you'd prefer to review the final copy of the product, I would be happy to send you additional information or perform a demo with you privately. Thanks for your time, and I look forward to future entries about the problems seniors face in their home.

    We also would be willing/open to making a blog entry that you could post as well. Look forward to hearing your feedback. You can contact my friend beneath

    Vince Baiera R.N., BSN
    330-418-0113
    step2rest@gmail.com

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