Demand for new senior living (independent and assisted living) units in the third quarter set a record for the highest number in any quarter since the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care began reporting the data in 2006, the organization said Thursday. Also, construction appears to be slowing, and occupancy inched up, NIC said.
There are quite a few reasons why this week’s Senior Care Sales & Marketing Summit attracted an overflow crowd.
As challenging, interesting and thought-provoking as NIC Talk presentations tend to be, they often take a back seat to what is said before and afterward.
We’ve read — and McKnight’s Senior Living has written — much about the growing need for senior housing for middle-income older adults since April. Interest has not abated.
Janet Yellen hit on numerous topics Thursday in the opening session of the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care Fall Conference.
Five teams came up with several ideas up to serve the middle market during a session at the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care Fall Conference.
Recent news is enough to cause any operator, developer or investor to reach for the aspirin. A look at data from the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care, as well as discussions with experts from NIC and elsewhere, however, give hope.
Capital access always is a top-of-mind concern for operators looking to grow or renovate. But finding money is not much of a challenge these days.
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Assisted living occupancy in the second quarter fell to 85.1%, the lowest point since the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care began collecting data in 2006, the organization said Thursday.
A “historic” group of aging services professionals concluded two days of meetings with university professionals Thursday in Chicago, and the resulting buzz left participants eager for the next steps.
A landmark report is calling on senior living operators to consider reducing prices.
Several panelists shared insights about current and potential efforts to meet middle-income older adults’ senior housing and care needs on Tuesday at the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care event in New York City. Here are a few that caught our attention.
But where will those cuts come from? The National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care is looking to operators, develops, builders and others for answers.
A new study projects that at least 54% of middle-income adults in 2029 won’t be able to afford senior living. But even if people can afford it, will they want it?
Senior living advocates told McKnight’s Senior Living they will continue working with policymakers and others to try to ensure that middle-market adults have housing and care options as they age.
Serving middle-income older adults could be an answer to the occupancy and oversupply challenges facing senior living operators and developers, Eclipse Senior Living CEO Kai Hsiao told those attending a Health Affairs event Wednesday.
A landmark study released this week paints a sobering portrait of senior living affordability for many older Americans. It also should send this strong message to many operators: Change or else.