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Quality Measures Can Unlock Value

Today’s consumers have high expectations. They demand quality products and services delivered in a timely, cost-effective, and convenient fashion. That’s why evidence-based quality measures have become so crucial, especially in the seniors housing and care industry. Consumers want a way to judge whether they can expect to receive high-quality care in a comfortable setting.  Likewise, hospitals, physician groups, payors, and…
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Seniors Housing Actual Rates Report Shows Larger Discounts for Assisted Living than for Independent Living Properties

The NIC Map Data Service recently released national benchmark data through year-end 2016 for actual rates and leasing velocity.  Key takeaways include: Average initial rates were below average asking rates for both independent living and assisted living properties, with monthly spreads larger for assisted living properties throughout the entire reported period.…
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Key Takeaways from the Lone Star State’s Seniors Housing Market

Texas is no stranger to seniors housing. Of the 140 markets tracked by the NIC MAP® Data Service (NIC MAP), 6 are in Texas: Austin, Dallas/Fort Worth, El Paso, Houston, McAllen, and San Antonio. Two of those are among the largest metro areas in the nation. In this blog post, I give you an analysis of Texas’ seniors housing market…
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Innovating Senior Care: Collaborating Across Care Silos to Create Value

It may be counterintuitive, but collaboration with enterprises outside the real estate sector such as chronic and transitional care management, homecare, and care management technology services could be the key to unlock added value for seniors housing and care organizations. New care delivery models for frail seniors are emerging that integrate health and supportive services which could improve health care…
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Update to 2016 Property Sales Transactions Data

This post is a follow-up to last month’s transactions data blog post, providing updated data for the fourth quarter of 2016. Volume and Deals Closed Property sales transactions volume for seniors housing and care in 2016 registered $14.4 billion, with $7.8 billion in seniors housing and $6.6 billion in nursing care. Total annual volume was down 34% from 2015’s…
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