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Business briefs for Monday, Oct. 19

Missouri construction firm installing building upgrades to help prevent virus spread in senior living … Ohio nursing home owner to plead guilty to $59M bank fraud scheme … Seniors saw their housing wealth grow by 1.8% in the second quarter to a record $7.7 trillion …
COVID-19 emergency sick leave helped reduce U.S. COVID-19 cases: study … Older workers key to post-COVID recovery: report

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September senior living inquiries down only 9% from last year: Enquire

Despite news Thursday that senior housing occupancy rates hit an all-time low in the third-quarter, overall inquiries into senior living appear to be recovering from their pandemic lows. That’s according to a report released Thursday from Denver-based Enquire. The firm found that September inquiries into senior living were down only 9% from a year ago. In April, inquiries had dropped 41% compared with a year ago.

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Most Americans want health insurance companies and Medicare to pay for long-term care: poll

Compared with 2018, fewer Americans now think individuals and families should be responsible for paying for their aging loved ones’ care. Instead, more believe that health insurance companies and Medicare should take responsibility for the costs. That’s according to a new study from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.

Business briefs for Friday, Oct. 16

Diversified Healthcare Trust declares third-quarter dividend of 1 cent per share … Sims helps secure $38M in financing for Presbyterian Villages of Michigan’s independent living expansion … Strawberry Fields REIT acquires Illinois SNF for $4M … Ohio group opens two new assisted living communities … Vitality Living expands into Mississippi with 117-unit senior living community … Consider these top 25 Best Places to Live and Best Places to Retire lists when evaluating where to locate your next senior living community

Healthcare REITs showing signs of life

Healthcare real estate investment trusts, many of which have been heavily affected by the coronavirus pandemic, have shown signs of life over the past quarter in terms of stabilizing fundamentals. That’s according to an analysis Tuesday by Seeking Alpha.

Business briefs for Thursday, Oct. 15

New York luxury seniors housing properties could be difficult to lease amid pandemic, some experts say … Most Americans have inadequate savings for retirement: survey … Senior Living Investment Brokerage arrange sale of California and Georgia senior living communities … Brightview opens 96-unit seniors housing community in Maryland … Blueprint brokers sale of three-property Texas seniors housing portfolio

Business briefs for Tuesday, Oct. 13

Rockport arranges $81.8M refinancing loan for Boston senior housing community … Fairstead buys South Florida affordable senior housing property for $18M; plans $12M renovation … Boulder, CO, senior housing complex to undergo $19M renovation … Hunt Midwest and McWhinney to build new senior Living community in northern Colorado … Mather announces that first phase of Virginia life plan community is 70% pre-sold

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