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Care homes remain attractive says Savills

Care homes remain a very attractive asset according to the latest market update from Savills Healthcare. But the real estate advisors say 9,000 beds were lost in 2016 compared to only 6,000 new beds being built.

Savills notes that the long indexed income with either RPI or fixed uplifts have made an appealing proposition for investors struggling to find similar opportunities in the mainstream markets. 

It’s Care Home Open Day today….

A UK wide initiative inviting care homes to open their doors to their local communities.

Thousands of care homes across the UK take part each year, welcoming the public and arranging events and activities that help to create lasting links between care home residents and their local communities.

This is all about showing people what excellent care homes are really about and how they can be at the centre of local communities, developing relationships across the generations.

 

BESPOKE CARE SELL RATHGAR RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME - Funding arranged by Chandler & Co and Dan Corker of Windles Solicitors acted on behalf of the client. A great example of the Buyacarehome team working well together

Bespoke Care are delighted to announce the sale of Rathgar Residential Home in Northampton. The privately owned residential care home was discretely marketed and a purchaser was sourced via the Bespoke Care network. The new owner, Mr Hamendra Modhani worked closely with the specialist finance brokers Chandler and Co when he decided to invest in the healthcare sector.

 

Chandler & Co partner Liz Woollett on CMM panel of experts

Chandler & Co partner Liz Woollett was happy to be invited to the panel of experts in this months edition of CMM Magazine.

 
Read her article here...

 

Social Care Must Stay Relevant in General Election

Social Care Must Stay Relevant in General Election

 

Social Care Must Stay Relevant in Run-up to General Election

With Theresa May having caught many by surprise in calling a snap general election, one of the biggest challenges facing social care will be in ensuring that the issues affecting the sector stay relevant in the run-up to 8th June

 

New Land and Development Consultancy Service launched by  Edward Cooper Young Chartered Surveyors

New Land and Development Consultancy Service launched by  Edward Cooper Young Chartered Surveyors

New Land and Development Consultancy Service launched by  Edward Cooper Young Chartered Surveyors

Leicester headquartered Chartered Surveyors, Edward Cooper Young has launched a new Land and Development Consultancy service; ECY Land.

Born out of demand from existing clients, both developers and lenders, ECY Land will offer and be able to source good quality, thoroughly researched development sites.