What Do The Experts (and the Audience) Say On The Labor Crisis?

On Thursday, July 13, we hosted a webinar entitled, “The Coming Labor Market Shock to Senior Care,” with panelists Glenn Barclay of Quality Senior Living, John Gonzales of SDG Senior Living and Lori Porter of the National Association of Health Care Assistants. For 90 minutes, the panel discussed how the industry will deal with a […]

Seniors Housing Occupancy Weakens

NIC announced their second quarter occupancy and development trends, and unfortunately it was not pretty. After a first quarter which suffered from the ubiquitous flu season census declines, we had expected, at worst, a small sequential decline in the second quarter, but perhaps a small 10 to 20 basis point uptick, maybe even better. For […]

The Price of Age in Seniors Housing

Largely, the relationship between the age of a seniors housing property (including assisted and independent living) and the average price per unit is a near-perfect correlation, as the newest communities tend to sell at higher prices than the older ones. That was not the case in 2016, which saw its oldest properties jump in price […]