Nestidd worked with two providers in an acquisition scenario to streamline the transaction by purchasing the real estate assets in the deal and leasing them to the acquiring provider.
After a major behavioral health provider came to an agreement to purchase a smaller, regional provider, they found that this provider owned a lot of their own real estate within various municipalities. They did not want to spend the capital on purchasing these assets, and would rather solely acquire the care business.
Real Estate Partner
Nestidd worked with both sides of the transaction to come to an agreement on purchasing the properties from the smaller provider and leasing them to the acquiring provider. This enabled the smaller provider to get maximum value out of the acquisition, while simultaneously allowing the major provider to save money on the acquisition of a robust care business.