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NIC Investment Guide: Investing in Seniors Housing & Care Properties, Second Edition
The Investment Guide is the definitive resource for anyone involved in, or looking to enter the seniors housing and care property sector.

Learn why seniors housing is among the most attractive property types for investments.

The Investment Guide provides the most current and reliable industry data to help investigate opportunities and risks, as well as formulate an individual investment thesis. This Guide includes a comprehensive introduction and defines the investment characteristics of the sector, including:

  • Pricing and volume metrics on closed sales transactions for the past four years
  • An introduction to the industry’s investment characteristics, performance and leading players
  • Information on seniors housing in comparison to other types of commercial real estate
Given its overview of the most significant features of the industry, the Investment Guide has real value to new investors as well as those already active in the space. It serves as a primer for understanding the seniors housing and care sector, extending NIC’s mission to facilitate informed investment decisions through best-in-class data and research.

INTRODUCING VOLUME-BASED PRICING
NIC is pleased to offer volume-based discounting to those using the Investment Guide as a primer for understanding the seniors housing and care sector.

  • 1st copy @ $250 + shipping
  • Copies 2-10 @ $125 per copy + shipping
  • Copies 11 plus @ $25 per copy + shipping
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2013 - NIC/ASHA Seniors Housing Construction Trends Report
The Seniors Housing Construction Trends Report 2013 provides an overview of construction activity across seniors housing properties within the 100 largest metropolitan markets in the United States. The report contains a detailed count of all construction activity in seniors apartments, independent living, assisted living, nursing care and CCRC properties as of March 2013. Construction activity across the top 100 metropolitan markets is reported by property type, both in absolute numbers and as a percentage of existing inventory. The growth of the seniors housing and care industry by property type back to 1985 is also presented. The NIC/ASHA Seniors Housing Construction Trends Report 2013 was released at the 23rd Annual NIC National Conference in Chicago, IL
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The State of Seniors Housing 2013

The premier research report on seniors housing operational performance with data from more than 1,600 senior apartments, independent living communities, assisted living residences and continuing care retirement communities. The report contains all pertinent financial and performance measures including: resident turnover and length of stay, annual financial results per occupied unit, staffing ratios and labor costs, other key cost items, key financial performance indicators and more. A must-have resource for owners, operators, lenders, investors and other professionals interested in the market-rate seniors housing business.

The State of Seniors Housing 2013 is a collaborative research project between the American Seniors Housing Association, National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing and Care Industry, LeadingAge, Assisted Living Federation of America, and National Center for Assisted Living.

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2009 - Overview of Assisted Living
The 2009 Overview of Assisted Living, jointly produced by ASHA, AAHSA, ALFA, NCAL and NIC, provides senior housing providers, policy makers, associations, and other professionals essential facts and figures about assisted living to use when defining the business to investors, media, consumers, and others. It is the most comprehensive effort to detail key benchmarks in the assisted living business. The latest edition updates data gathered in the 2006 Overview of Assisted Living.
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2009 - Overview of Assisted Living - PDF Version
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The 2009 Overview of Assisted Living, jointly produced by ASHA, AAHSA, ALFA, NCAL and NIC, provides senior housing providers, policy makers, associations, and other professionals essential facts and figures about assisted living to use when defining the business to investors, media, consumers, and others. It is the most comprehensive effort to detail key benchmarks in the assisted living business. The latest edition updates data gathered in the 2006 Overview of Assisted Living.
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2007 - The NIC Compendium Project: A Guide to Long-Term Care Projection and

Simulation Models
This new publication addresses what we have learned from projection models, including The Lewin Long-Term Care Financing Model, about future costs for meeting the long term care needs of America’s elderly. It also explores what such models can and cannot tell us, what research is needed to get better projections, and the key issues that must be addressed by any proposal to deliver and finance care for the baby boomer resident of the future. (52 pages).

ISBN 978-0-9815158-2-3
Price: $75.00
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2007 - The NIC Compendium Project: A Guide to Long-Term Care Projection and

Simulation Models - PDF Version
(PDF Version)

This new publication addresses what we have learned from projection models, including The Lewin Long-Term Care Financing Model, about future costs for meeting the long term care needs of America’s elderly. It also explores what such models can and cannot tell us, what research is needed to get better projections, and the key issues that must be addressed by any proposal to deliver and finance care for the baby boomer resident of the future. (52 pages).

ISBN 978-0-9815158-2-3
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2007 - The NIC Compendium Project: A Guide to Long-Term Care Projection and

Simulation Models - Expanded PDF Version
(Expanded PDF Version - 192 Pages)

This new publication addresses what we have learned from projection models, including The Lewin Long-Term Care Financing Model, about future costs for meeting the long term care needs of America’s elderly. It also explores what such models can and cannot tell us, what research is needed to get better projections, and the key issues that must be addressed by any proposal to deliver and finance care for the baby boomer resident of the future.

This is an expanded version of the report with extensive annotated bibliography.

ISBN 978-0-9815158-2-3
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