Our Work Flow
Free Valuation and Marketing Proposal
For sellers, our non-binding marketing proposal includes our estimate of market value, as well as information on the regulatory environment and competitive market. Unlike investment banking firms, there are no out-of-pocket costs to our clients until we sell a property. We cannot stress enough the importance of confidentiality, at Senior Living Investment Brokerage, Inc, we are diligent in fulfilling this important requirement.
Once you’ve signed our Representative Agreement we put together an Offering Memorandum for your portfolio or facility. For potential buyers, our Offering Memorandum includes the offering structure, portfolio and investment overview as well as financials and key investment considerations. The Offering Memorandum is released to truly interested buyers only after we have qualified them and a Confidentiality Agreement is executed.
Confidentiality & Discretion
Confidentiality and discretion are a priority in long-term care / senior housing transactions and is the foundation from which our process is structured. We understand that brokerage does not end at the introduction of the buyer and seller. Rather this is just the beginning of our role in completing a transaction – evaluating offers, facilitating due diligence, working with third party agents, and assisting the title company with closing preparations are just a few examples.
TOTAL FACILITIES SOLD
Assisted Living & Independent Living Facilites
Skilled Nursing Facilities
Senior Living Facilities in Texas
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On March 9-11th, Matthew Alley represented Senior Living Investment Brokerage at the NIC Spring Investment Forum in Dallas, Texas. While attending sessions and meeting with operators, capital providers and other industry professionals, there were five main reasons...
NATIONWIDE PRESENCE WITH A FOCUS ON TEXAS
Rose Hill, KS
Coeur d'Alene, ID
Port Arthur, TX
San Marcos, TX
Fair Hope, AL
San Antonio, TX
Knox City, TX
Matthew Alley, Managing Director, joined Senior Living Investment Brokerage, Inc. in 2006. He has achieved the prestigious National Achievement Award for 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 and was also honored with the President’s Club Award. Matthew’s personal approach to marketing has resulted in the sale of 125 senior housing properties for national, regional and independent owners and operators with a focus on the state of Texas, having sold 100 properties in the state. Matthew has participated in the sale of over $536 million of senior housing facilities.
Prior to joining Senior Living, Matthew began as an Analyst with the investment banking division of Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Inc. In his career, Matthew executed numerous mergers and acquisitions and capital offerings for publicly- and privately-held financial institutions. Matthew earned his BSBA in Finance and Accounting with a Magna Cum Laude distinction from Washington University in St. Louis.
Matthew lives in Wheaton, IL with his wife Jaimie and their four children – Brooke (8), Miles (6), Paige (4) and Graham (1). He is actively involved with his church, Africa New Life Ministries, high school and youth sports and his favorite hobby – golf.
” I turned to Matt for his professional assistance in selling my facility. He guided me though the journey of finding the right purchaser for my residents, staff, community and my investment. He allowed me to retire and feel confident that my facility was put in the right hands.”Elizabeth Howe
“Matt found a buyer for our nursing homes and was hands on all the way to the day the money was wired to our account. We couldn’t have put this deal together without his expertise.”Walt Moore
“Senior Living Investment Brokerage, Inc. has been a trusted advisor and broker on very complicated sales transactions. The strong team of true industry professionals is unequaled and critical to making the right decisions.”Dick Hooper
Frequently Asked Questions
What type of clients do you work?
I work with all types of clients. I have sold properties for independent owner-operators, regional, national and publicly traded companies since 2006. I have sold single facility, $1 million transactions but have also done large portfolio transactions.
What region do you focus on?
I focus on Texas and the Southwest portion of the U.S. That being said, I have teamed with other brokers at Senior Living to complete transactions in the Southeast, Pacific Northwest, Midwest and Northeast.
What is your turn around time?
We are typically able to turn around proposals in 3-5 business days after receiving information. Likewise, we are typically able to get a facility on the market within a week of receiving a signed Representation Agreement.
How long does a facility take to close after being put on the market?
Timeframes vary, but typically it takes 30-45 days to market a property, 30 days to negotiate a contract, 45 days to conduct due diligence and 30 days to close the transaction. All in, the closing process takes an average of 4-5 months from the commencement of marketing.
How long have you been with Senior Living Investment Brokerage?
I have been with Senior Living since August 2006. I have been one of four managing directors at the company since January 2012.
What is the best part of working with Senior Living Investment Brokerage?
It is the team aspect of our approach to marketing senior housing facilities. We have 11 brokers and 4 associates at Senior Living. It is very often that we have two, three or four brokers working on a specific deal. That teamwork allows for creative solutions to the inevitable issues that arise in every deal. It also allows for us at Senior Living to find buyers that may be a bit “off the grid”.