Blue Sky Management LLC
White Lake, MI 48386, US
Blue Sky Management is a health care management co. focused on the operations and management of long-term care facilities.Our primary focus is on the assisted living industry,and in particular on acquiring undervalued and underperforming facilities.
Blue Sky Management is a health care management company focused on the operations and management of long-term care facilities. Our primary focus is on the assisted living industry, and in particular on acquiring undervalued facilities nationwide. Once acquired, we utilize our proven systems to turn the facility around both operationally and in profitability. A successfully turned around property presents the following exit opportunities:
1. The entire package of both real estate and operating company can be sold for a significant profit. This can usually be done within 12 months of stabilization, which is typically 18 months from date of purchase.
2. The real estate only can be sold to recoup investor capital, while Blue Sky maintains operational authority of the business itself in a long-term lease agreement with the new building owner. This enables a return of capital to investors while providing the opportunity for long-term cash flow from the business operation.
3. Both the real estate and the business can be held for a long-term passive cash flow generator for investors.
By purchasing in cash, and closing quickly on any potential acquisition, we are able to take advantage of deals in the marketplace that others may miss out on.
Products / Services
Assisted Living Acquisition & Turnaround Services
Our strength lies in identifying and pinpointing operational shortfalls within currently operating facilities. Our experience has been that there are typically several very simple ways to fix a failing assisted living facility. Our focus is as follows in every acquisition that we will complete:
1. Marketing. Where are they failing?
2. Management. Where are they failing?
3. Staffing. Are they overspending?
4. Additional expenses. Are they overspending?
We market and raise revenue while cutting costs everywhere possible, and in doing both at the same time, within 60 days we can have a significant impact on the company bottom line, and the future projections.
Our test of our concept was extremely successful with a facility located in Brownstown, MI, and now we are ready to move forward with raising capital, and seeking out acquisitions.
Chief Executive Officer
Nathan J. Mazur
Nathan J. Mazur, currently President of Estabrooks Havencrest, Inc., an assisted living facility focused on dementia care, is an expert in the industry of senior care. Mr. Mazur started his first business in the care industry in 2011 after being mentored for 3 years by a 20 year veteran of the long-term care industry. Very quickly he built a reputation for providing quality, and having a no-nonsense approach to anything less than high quality services. Mazur Senior Care Services started with one small six bed assisted living home and within 6 months, the company had quickly and successfully grown to 5 small assisted living locations as well as a new state of the art adult day care facility. Mr. Mazur’s ability to build a “marketing machine” to keep the census high is considered his biggest strength.
Nathan is also an author, with his book “Navigating the Assisted Living & Home Care Maze” helping many families through the tough process of making care decisions for loved ones.
Chief Operating Officer
Thomas Dixie, BSW
Thomas Dixie is the perfect example of the magic that happens when you pair clinical knowledge with an entrepreneurial drive. For 30 years, Thomas has worked with families to guide them through their long-term care maze. He has worked in and been appointed as an Administrator of some of Michigan’s most prestigious and successful independent living and assisted living facilities. Thomas also stays active with his passion of social work, and often provides services for skilled nursing facilities who are low on staff and need help with tough patients, families, or discharges. As his knowledge grew and his career developed, he made the decision to open his own group homes that specialized in caring for seniors, many of who had dementia. In 2014, Mr. Dixie sold his interests in those group homes back to his partners in order to seek out an opportunity that would allow him to make an impact on a much larger level.