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Easton Skilled Nursing Property Trades Hands

Easton Skilled Nursing Property Trades Hands

New Eastwood

Tryko Partners acquired New Eastwood Care & Rehabilitation Center in Easton and plans $500k in capital improvements to the therapy gym, rehab rooms, common areas, and patient rooms. Trykos director of acquisitions Uri Kahanow tells us skilled nursing investments consistently yield a 12-plus cap rate on average. However, unlike some sectors of real estate, the success of these assets relies not only on quality property operations but also on a focused commitment to providing top-notch healthcare, he says. This narrows down the pool of investors and creates opportunities for companies like ours, a third-generation skilled-nursing operator."

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