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“All the costs certainly have been going up, and that’s a major theme of the sector,” Jeanette Rice, Americas head of multifamily research at CBRE, told Senior Housing News.
There is huge demographic transition well under way involving the aging of the USA. However, the idea that it provides "Inevitable Tailwinds" for Skilled Nursing or for REITs is incorrect.
The LGBT Network plans to build a housing complex where seniors can be free to be themselves.
New regulations could make it easier for rural communities to compete for grant funding to build state-run veteran homes.
The national memory care provider is building its fifth site in the Chicago area—this time, a 47,000 sq. ft. community that will serve up to 90 residents with dementia.
Senior living housing occupancy rates decreased slightly even though absorption and overall growth increased, according to Q2 2017 NIC Map data.
After 27 years at the helm, Kramer will transition to the role of strategic advisor at the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care.
Seniors hunting for value in skilled nursing care, assisted living and memory care are turning to a new venue—but they’ll need a passport.
The combined REIT portfolio could contain more than 550 investments across the United States and Canada.
A Florida provider is introducing an intermediary housing to offer assisted living services while allowing residents to maintain their independence and age in place.
A nursing home in Maine is providing an immersive learning experience for nursing students through a new program that teaches them to live their lessons.
A first-of-its-kind apartment complex in Cleveland aims to meet the needs of low-income seniors as well as the LGBT community.