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Silicon Valley Invests in Senior Housing, Driving Leads with Video

                       
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Senior Housing Goes Digital: Is Video Content the Next Big Thing?

Senior housing has a content problem. A quick search of the term “assisted living” in YouTube’s search bar turns up a long library of video content produced by senior living communities, associations and marketing groups, with everything from community tours and resident documentaries to training videos popping up…Read More »

    

Wolff Brings Silicon Valley Investors to Senior Housing

Another big player in multifamily housing is entering the senior housing sector, with plans to stay. The Wolff Company, a middle-market real estate private equity firm based in Scottsdale, Arizona, recently announced its plans to develop several senior living apartment communities during the first quarter of 2016…Read More »

    

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Editor’s Picks: CEO Fresh Take, Elmcroft Sheds SNFs

After stuffing ourselves for Thanksgiving last Thursday, we at Senior Housing News were happy to be back in the newsroom this week. Our readers were into the latest edition of CEO Fresh Take and caught up with ACTS Retirement-Life Communities. We were interested in Elmcroft’s…Read More »

    

Higher Occupancy to Drive CCRC Expansions in 2016

It appears that continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) are in for another strong year. Coming off a rebound in 2015, nonprofit CCRCs are expected to continue robust financial performances and high occupancy levels, a 2016 outlook from statistical rating organization Fitch Ratings revealed. Fitch analysts noted…Read More »

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