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The NIC Investment Guide, Third Edition, is Now Available
Features New Chapters on Emerging Trends and Memory Care
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 29, 2014
Contact: Biba Aidoo, (410) 267-0504 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Annapolis, Md. – The National Investment Center for Seniors Housing and Care (NIC) announces that the much anticipated NIC Investment Guide: Investing in Seniors Housing & Care Properties, Third Edition, is now available.
The Investment Guide provides the most current and reliable industry data to help research opportunities and risks in seniors housing and care real estate investments. 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 and information on seniors housing and care in comparison to other commercial real estate property types.
Providing value to new investors as well as those already active in the space, the bi-annual publication serves as a primer for understanding the seniors housing and care sector and reflects NIC’s mission to advance the quality and availability of seniors housing and care options for America’s elders through research, education and increased transparency.
This Third Edition of the Guide includes new and improved chapters including:
- Emerging Trends and Observations chapter (NEW)
- Memory Care chapter (NEW)
- Expanded Skilled Nursing chapter
The NIC Investment Guide: Investing in Seniors Housing & Care Properties, Third Edition is available at www.nic.org/research for $100 (print) and $50 (pdf and eBook editions, *eBook available mid-October)
The National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC) is a 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to advance the quality and availability of seniors housing and care options for America’s elders. NIC provides research, education, and increased transparency that facilitate leadership development, quality outcomes, and informed investment decisions with respect to seniors housing and care. Since 1991, NIC has been the leading source of research, data and analytics for owners, operators, developers, capital providers, researchers, academics, public policy analysts and others interested in meeting the housing and care needs of America’s seniors. For more information, visit www.NIC.org or call (410) 267-0504.