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Investor Summit Jump Starts Conversation for More Middle-Market Seniors Housing: A Three-Part Series

Part I—Equity Investors Weigh in on How to Make the Numbers Work Facing a shortage of seniors housing and care options for the growing numbers of middle-income seniors based on new research, NIC convened an investor summit May 21 in New York City. The summit brought together industry stakeholders to brainstorm ideas to create innovative […]

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An Update on Actual Rates

The NIC MAP® Data Service recently released national monthly data through March 2019 for actual rates and leasing velocity. The NIC Actual Rates initiative is driven by the need to continually increase transparency in the seniors housing sector and achieve greater parity to data that is available in other real estate asset classes. Having access to […]

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NIC Middle Market Investor Summit Gets the Conversation Going

Capital providers and operators are talking about the challenges and opportunities of serving middle-income Americans who will not be able to afford private-pay seniors housing and care at current price-points, yet also don’t qualify for government assistance. While the discussion has only just begun, it is already generating excitement amongst investors and operators, along with a host of […]

Topics: Research
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What Kind of Housing Do Baby Boomers Want? Ask Millennials.

While the industry scratches its collective heads trying to figure out what baby boomers want in a senior living community, millennials are pointing the way.   The two groups have a lot in common. Baby boomers and millennials currently represent the largest cohorts in the American population, 74 million and 71 million respectively.   Baby boomers are the parents of millennials and share many of the same […]

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Innovations that Work – NIC Lightning Talks Series

During the upcoming 2019 NIC Fall Conference, the “Innovations that Work” session will share ideas on innovative technologies and tools that are changing the way operators and investors care for residents. Rapid-fire, seven-minute presentations on five key topics will address real-world examples of innovative solutions to some of the most pressing challenges in the industry today.   The session will include six speakers – each […]

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