Market Rate Senior (55+) Community in a Low Competition Submarket

In recent years, research shows the population of senior citizens has expanded significantly as the number of residents in the 55+ age group increases. The Raytown submarket only has only two existing 55+ market rate properties over the 75-unit threshold, totaling just under 200 units (including Elliott Place). Moreover, Kansas City, MO, features a total of 38 market-rate senior properties, encompassing 6,567 units in complexes with more than 75 units across the entire metro area. With a 55+ population of approximately 657,119 in the Kansas City MSA (Raytown included), the demand outweighs the supply of strongly amenitized, age-restricted housing.

Primed for Value-Add Implementation Through Interior Modernization

With 100% original, vintage interior finishes, Elliott Place is primed for an outstanding opportunity to achieve rent upside of $100+ per unit monthly with moderate interior upgrades. Upon completion of moderate cosmetic upgrades including kitchen countertop and backsplash areas, cabinet pulls, plank flooring, updated fixtures and lighting packages, new ownership will have the remarkable opportunity to significantly push gross annual rental income by ~$110,000.

Significant Demand for Affordable, 55+ Independent Living Housing

The U.S. active adult (55+) community market size was valued at $565.3 billion in 2021 and is anticipated to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.01% from 2022 to 2030. Increasing demand from baby boomers, reduction in the stigma of retiring, and growing interest of investors in senior living facilities are driving the market. Additionally, many 55+ workers elected to retire early due to Covid-19, which has led to increased demand in the short-term as well.