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It’s Not Science Fiction Any More

Will technology really help provide care solutions for the seniors housing and care sector? According to the 2018 NIC Fall Conference lunch speaker, new technology will have a huge impact on care—and sooner than you may think. Global tech entrepreneur Vivek Wadhwa is well-known for his ability to predict and describe revolutionary technological advances long […]

Topics: Research
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NIC Expands Scope of Boot Camp for New Dealmakers

Registration now open! Back by popular demand, the 2018 NIC Seniors Housing Boot Camp, The Art of Assessing a Deal, will be held Wednesday, October 17 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Hyatt Centric Chicago. Boot Camp is an interactive workshop for professionals looking to familiarize themselves with the unique aspects of investing […]

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Jobs Increase by 157,000 in July 2018.

The Labor Department reported that there were 157,000 jobs created in the U.S. economy in July, below the consensus expectation of 193,000.  However, revisions added 59,000 to the prior two months as June was revised to 248,000 from 213,000 and May was revised to 268,000 from 244,000.  Payrolls have averaged 215,000 per month so far […]

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NIC and NELS, Nurturing Industry Leaders

Many of you are familiar with the Future Leaders Council (FLC), the prestigious volunteer board for emerging leaders in the seniors housing and care space. The FLC is one notable program designed to deliver on NIC’s mission of nurturing leaders. But did you know NIC is also a sponsor for the National Emerging Leadership Summit […]

Topics: Research
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Five Key Takeaways from NIC MAP’s Second-Quarter Seniors Housing Data Release

NIC MAP® Data Service clients attended a webinar in mid-July on the key seniors housing data trends during the second quarter of 2018. Key takeaways included the following: Takeaway #1: Seniors housing occupancy fell to 87.9% The all occupancy rate for seniors housing, which includes properties still in lease up was 87.9% in the second […]

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