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Liquidity Abundant in 2018

Private Buyers Remain Very Active  There may have been some challenges in the seniors housing and care markets in 2018 but it is safe to say that liquidity did not seem to be one of those challenges based on the latest sales transactions data. Indeed, not only was there strong dollar volume registered in terms of closed sales transactions, but […]

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The 2019 NIC Spring Conference is Underway

Focused on the theme, “Investing in Seniors Housing & Healthcare Collaboration, the 2019 NIC Spring Conference kicked off on Wednesday afternoon. The Conference drew more than 1,500 attendees, including investors, seniors housing and care operators, and healthcare providers. A reception was held for first time attendees. “Our company has six projects coming out of the […]

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Speaker Paul Ryan to Address the 2019 NIC Spring Conference

Former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Paul Ryan will offer insight on what to expect from the new Congress and the impact on America’s seniors Paul Ryan, the 54th Speaker of the United States House of Representatives (2015-2019), will address the 2019 Spring Conference of the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & […]

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Behind the Scenes – Inside NIC’s Data Group, Part 2

Last week’s post on NIC’s data group introduced some of the teams and processes involved in collecting the most accurate and reliable data available on America’s seniors housing and care properties. This second half of the story delves into processing and reporting on the data. A team of three full-time analysts is responsible for processing […]

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An Update: Seniors Housing Construction and Cost Trends

A key topic of conversation among seniors housing investors and operators is the impact of inventory growth on occupancy rates and the ability to grow rents and revenue. Related to inventory growth are rising costs of construction, which may be one factor influencing a slowing of construction activity. This blog highlights some recent data to […]

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