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Case Study 1
175 Bed Nursing Home
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18%
5 Year Assets
Reallocated
3%
15 Year Assets
Reallocated
$227,000
First 6 Year
Savings
$337,000
First Year Bonus
Savings
Cleveland, OH
Nursing Home
175 Beds
$7.6 M
184,000 SF
Before & After
Year 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5Year 6$0$90,000$180,000$270,000$360,000
  • before
  • after
Top Assets
Handrails
3,260
Commercial Washing Machines
3
Hospital Beds
175
Built-In Wardrobes
240
Vinyl Tile
81,000 SF
Asphalt Parking
4,700 SF
Every Study
Has a Story
White Glove Service

Buying my first property was a huge learning experience. Every step of the way had to be done carefully, and I was excited and relieved when the transaction was finally completed. I had heard that I should have a cost seg study done at that point, but I was very unfamiliar with the process. The concept sounded great but, being a new and small player, I was afraid that I wouldn’t get attention, and might be overcharged as well. Mark took the time and explained the whole process and what to expect. He kept in touch from start to finish to make sure I understood what was happening and to answer any questions that came up. The price was very reasonable and we got great results.

Case Study 2
236 Bed Skilled Nursing Facility
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24%
5 Year Assets
Reallocated
2%
15 Year Assets
Reallocated
$1.7M
First 6 Year
Savings
2.6M
First Year Bonus
Savings
Valatie, NY
Nursing Home
236 Beds
$26.5 M
212,000 SF
Before & After
Year 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5Year 6$0$2,000,000$4,000,000$6,000,000$8,000,000
  • before
  • after
Top Assets
Buses
3
Asphalt Paving
70,000 SF
Vinyl Flooring
82,000 SF
Sets of Custom Cabinets
257
Sets of Hospital Furniture
240
Every Study
Has a Story
Picture Perfect

I showed up to the property thinking that it was going to be a simple site tour of a recently purchased assisted living facility. That changed quickly when I noticed some recently laid tiles in one of the wings. After inquiring, I was told that there had been some damage from a burst pipe and the new owner decided to rehab the whole area. This was a potential windfall because I suspected that there was probably a lot of remaining value in the original structure that had been removed. From a depreciation perspective, all of that could be written off immediately. The challenge was that there was no documentation listing what the assets were before they were pulled out. Luckily, they were able to pull up many pictures that we used to reconstruct what had been there, and we ended up adding an additional $75,000 in assets that could be depreciated up front.

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