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COVID-19 and its accompanying economic fallout have weakened investors’ appetite for purchasing senior housing to a record-low, according to a new report.

Only 59 senior housing and care acquisitions were publicly announced in Q2 2020, the first time deals have dropped below 60 transactions since Q2 2013, based on data collected by Irving Levin Associates Inc.’s M&A database Deal Search Online.

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