JCH Public Inventory
Please click on the US Map below to download our public inventory. The JCH National Inventory contains primarily institutional grade assisted living, skilled nursing facilities for sale throughout the United States. Please give me a call to discuss our confidential inventory of retirement homes for sale.
(805) 633-4649 | (541) 241-6849
We look at the senior living community as divided into the following classifications:Senior Apartments: These are typically either a single family residence or multifamily apartment rental properties whose entrance is restricted to adults at least 55 years of age or older. These properties do not have central dining facilities and as a rule do not provide meals to residents, but may offer a club house or social rooms and activities, and other amenities.Independent Living Communities or Congregate Care: These are age-restricted facilities that provide services on a monthly rental basis. They typically have central dining facilities that provide residents access to meals for a fee and other services such as housekeeping, linen service, transportation, social and recreational activities. Such properties do not provide assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) such as supervision of medication, bathing, dressing, toileting, etc. Many passive investors are attracted to this model as there is no license required to operate the facility.Assisted Living Facilities: These are state regulated month to month rental properties that provide the same services as independent living communities, but also provide care from trained employees for residents who either desire or are unable to live independently and require assistance with activities of daily living (ADL’s). These typically include management of medications, bathing, dressing, toileting, and food service. Many of these properties include wings or floors dedicated to residents with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. A property that specializes solely in the care of residents with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia is often referred to as a Standalone Memory Care facility or Alzheimer’s Facility (ALZ).Nursing Homes or Convalescent Hospitals: More accurately referred to as skilled nursing facilities (SNF). Consider the term “To convalesce” means to heal and recover ones strength over time. These facilities provide care for seniors who no longer require an acute or hospital setting, but are not well enough to return home. The majority of patients require 24-hour nursing supervision, Physical Therapy and/or medical care. In most cases, these properties are licensed for Medicaid and/or Medicare reimbursement. This reimbursement is based upon daily rates depending on the level of care needed by the patient. Some are dedicated to post-acute care, stroke or other specialized long term care and rehabilitation. These properties occasionally include a minority of assisted living and/or Alzheimer’s/dementia units.CCRCs Continuing Care Retirement Community: These are age-restricted properties that include a combination of independent living, assisted living and skilled nursing facilities. Typically all of these facilities are available to residents all on one campus. Resident payment plans vary and include full life care, buy in with an entrance fee, condo/coop and rental programs. The majority of the units are usually independent living and assisted living with a small skilled component to serve residents as needed.