The housing industry is being pulled in different directions, as two of the largest age cohorts of our time—millennials and boomers—compete for urban accommodations.
CMS’ Five-Star Quality Rating System is increasingly being used by investors to identify properties to invest in and how skilled nursing facilities in existing portfolios are performing.
At 151,000, January’s job gains moderate. Based on the jobs data the U.S. economy is looking strong.
The U.S. seniors housing and care property sales market continued to remain active in the fourth quarter of 2015, although preliminary data shows dollar volume slowed significantly during the second half of the year.
Unlike the rest of the seniors housing and care industry, which has experienced a significant surge of capital, skilled nursing has received less investment dollars—even though the sector demonstrates a need.