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Tellatin, Short, Hansen & Clark, Inc.

Seniors Housing and Healthcare Valuations, Market Studies and Consulting Services

TS&H has performed more than 9,500 seniors housing and health care assignments over the past 25 years in every state in the U.S.

Key to our success: Diligence in important areas such as Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement and other government funding programs as well as thorough research and analyses of competitive markets, operations and sale transactions.

Established in 1984

250 Years of Experience

Tellatin, Short & Hansen, Inc. is a leading provider of valuations and consulting services for healthcare and seniors housing properties. Our diverse and experienced staff boasts over 250 years of combined senior housing and health care experience. Our firm covers the nation from offices in Missouri, Oregon, Illinois, Massachusetts and Kansas.

We take great pride in providing our clients with the highest-quality services. We hear a common refrain from our clients -- "you're the best in the business."

Since 1984, we have specialized in appraisals, feasibility studies, market analyses, management overviews, Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement analyses, and due-diligence consulting for senior housing and health care properties across the nation. We have prepared assignments on more than 6,000 nursing facilities, 3,300 assisted-living and independent living facilities, and more than 200 hospitals located in 48 states.

Our unequaled experience and track record speak for our ability to provide you with the greatest insights through keen analyses.

Our clients include most of the nation's largest banks, many leading Wall Street investment banking firms, other major lending institutions, many of the leading HUD 232 lenders, and local, regional and national senior-housing and healthcare operators. We believe our unequaled experience and track record speak for our ability to provide you with the greatest insights through keen analyses of competitive micro and macro market conditions, reimbursement issues, comparable sales data, operations, and economic factors.

The principal shareholders are James K. Tellatin, MAI, Sterling E. Short, MAI, and C. Mark Hansen, CGA.