Care Homes. A booming market
The lack of prime assets on the market, have led to significantly increased investment in pipeline projects
Care homes real estate market has regained the dynamism of previous years, leaving the slowdown of 2020 behind, when restrictions and the negative consequences of the pandemic made closing deals difficult.
Investor interest – both domestic and international – is growing in the sector, as shown by the new participants entering the market in a context of maximum market liquidity.
The care home bed shortage of Spain’s ageing population, which we estimate at over 67,000 beds just in the major metropolitan areas and cities with over 80,000 inhabitants (270 municipalities), and the lack of prime assets on the market, have led to significantly increased investment in pipeline projects based on the acquisition of dotacional use land.
A number of operators have been heavily affected by the economic and operational impact of the pandemic. We therefore do not rule out a major rise in operations, whether through the sale of real estate or of holding companies themselves. But given the sector’s long-term appeal and the competition growing within it, we do not believe that discounts should necessarily be applied to these future transactions.
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