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Frequently Asked Questions

How can SCA assist me?

SCA assists investors, owner/operators and developers in a variety of ways including acquisitions and dispositions (seller or buyer representation), sale/leasebacks, joint venture structuring, capital formation (debt and equity) as well as strategic consulting relative to portfolio performance and sell/hold decision making. With nearly $2 billion in closed sale, financing and joint venture transactions, chances are SCA has an established relationship with the investor, lender or management group that will best provide a match for your particular situation.

Why select SCA over other firms?

Bruce has two decades of experience at institutional real estate firms. With a keen understanding of the capital markets, an exceptional ability to properly underwrite even the most complex transactions and Bruce’s strong relationships with literally hundreds of institutional and private equity sources throughout the country, he is able to provide a level of flexibility and accountability not found in large or public organizations. SCA has the ability to partner on a strategic basis with those groups that are most appropriate for the task at hand. SCA also maintains a proprietary senior housing database comprised of nearly 18,000 properties. These factors all contribute to unmatched client experiences that consistently exceed client goals.

Can I get a list of available properties?

SCA does not provide lists of available properties for general distribution due to confidentiality concerns with the operating business and residents. SCA believes it is best to conduct transactions in as discrete a manner as possible to minimize any potential disturbance at the property level. SCA strives to match each property with the most appropriate and financially capable owners, investors or partners whose current financial capabilities mesh with the property’s financial and operating characteristics, thus reducing overall transaction time.

Is SCA a licensed real estate broker?

Yes, SCA is a licensed estate broker in the states of Florida, Georgia and Maine. SCA also maintains brokerage relationships in many other states. Whenever SCA operates outside of these states, SCA always establishes a brokerage agreement with a licensed real estate broker in the particular state in which the property is located.

Why is it important to deal only with a licensed real estate broker?

Some firms hide behind the words “advisor”, “consultant” or “intermediary” while other firms have a securities license and incorrectly claim that it trumps real estate brokerage regulations. These groups may have transaction experience, but without a real estate brokerage license, their actions can put the transaction at risk of a lawsuit or the property at risk of a lien.