One year ago, senior housing mergers and acquisitions activity came to a screeching halt as a result of Covid-19.
But there are signs that the M&A landscape will experience a strong rebound in 2021, and the rebound will be spearheaded by a wide range of buyers seeking value-add opportunities as well as stabilized assets.
Mergers and acquisition activity already started to rebound in the first quarter of 2021 and will gain further momentum as the year progresses, Ted Flagg, senior managing director with the M&A and corporate advisory group for real estate services firm JLL (NYSE: JLL), told Senior Housing News.
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