Elizabeth Pagliarini COO/CFO Featured in Skilled Nursing News Article: Why Biden’s Crackdown on Private Equity, REITs Won’t Deter Investment in Skilled Nursing

While the Biden administration is seemingly trying to push private equity out of the skilled nursing sector, there seems to be growing confusion and frustration on how blaming such a small fraction of the overall sector is going to solve some of the challenges the industry currently faces. 

The skilled nursing market has been one of the more perplexing throughout the pandemic, with increased transaction activity and record-setting deals despite tightening margins and slowed occupancy recovery.

Of the $3.7 billion spent in total skilled nursing transactions in 2021, $3.3 billion, or roughly 89%, were considered private buyers, data released by the data service affiliated with the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC) showed.

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