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Senior living and care REITs revived by early vaccinations: analysis

Early success in the initial vaccine roll-out has brought “new life” to many struggling senior living and skilled nursing-focused real estate investment trusts. New cases of COVID-19 are “nearly eradicated” in long-term care facilities, and the “big three” senior housing-focused REITS have led the rebound, according to an analysis by Hoya Capital Real Estate, published Friday on SeekingAlpha.

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New Senior to move 21 communities from Holiday to Atria to diversify portfolio

New Senior Investment Group will transition the management of 21 senior living communities in its 103-community portfolio from Holiday Retirement to Atria Senior Living in an effort to diversify the operator mix in its portfolio, President and CEO Susan Givens announced Thursday during the real estate investment trust’s fourth-quarter and full-year 2020 earnings call.

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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.

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Independent living model means lower occupancy losses, better financial performance during pandemic, New Senior says

Although the COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a significant effect on the senior living industry, New Senior Investment Group’s independent living business model has meant lower occupancy losses, resulting in better-than-anticipated financial performance, executives said Friday on a second-quarter earnings call.

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