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The Appraisal of Nursing Facilities

Item No. 0726M
ISBN 978-1-935328-03-2
James K. Tellatin, MAI
(2009) Soft cover, 334 pages, illus.

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Explore valuation opportunities in the growing senior housing industry! In this comprehensive text, healthcare property valuation expert, James K. Tellatin, MAI, explores long-term care facilities from both physical and economic perspectives. The discussion focuses on skilled nursing facilities, covering topics such as the intricacies of Medicare and Medicaid funding as well as the complex factors impacting the operations of for-profit and non-profit facilities.

In addition to current demographic and operational data, this new text provides a wealth of practical instruction. Readers will learn how to:

  • Use Medicare and Medicaid cost reports, market surveys, interviews, and sales to gather and analyze data
  • Calculate federal and state cost reimbursements
  • Forecast occupancy, census, payor mix, income and expenses
  • Apply specialized techniques to different valuation scenarios
  • Allocate business assets and address other appraisal challenges

About the Author

James K. Tellatin, MAI, has appraised several thousand nursing facilities and various types of senior housing and hospital properties in nearly every state in the United States. Mr. Tellatin developed The Appraisal of Nursing Facilities seminar for the Appraisal Institute. He has also lectured and instructed governmental, financial, and professional association groups on healthcare valuation issues throughout the nation. He has spoken at national conferences for the National Investment Center for Long Term Care Financing (NIC), Robert Morris Associates (RMA), the International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO), and the World Research Group. Mr. Tellatin has also been instrumental in the development of appraisal guidelines for healthcare properties for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). He is the founding partner in Tellatin, Short & Hansen, Inc.

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