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Independent Living Revamped, $279 Billion Tech Market

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January 14, 2016

Providers Revamp Independent Living to Meet Demand

New development isn’t the only way to meet an uptick in demand for independent living in the post-recession era. These days, higher occupancy rates and aging buildings are driving more providers to revamp existing properties to attract today’s seniors. Given that independent living and continuing…Read More »


Why Watermark Communities Are Bankrolling Local Kids

Intergenerational programs among senior housing communities are a popular hit with residents and surrounding communities, providing benefits in many ways and taking shape in several forms. One senior housing provider is opening up about the way it funds and runs its efforts to support local kids…Read More »


Webinar: The M&A Outlook for Senior Living in 2016

Last year was marked by more than $18 billion invested collectively in senior housing, and new investors responsible for many of the transactions seen across the business. We’ve compiled a panel of investment professionals from private equity to public REITs to weigh in on what they’re seeing in the year ahead when it comes to landing deals in senior housing. Register Today. 

Senior Care Tech Presents $279 Billion Opportunity

Technology is at the forefront of senior living solutions, from next generation remote health monitoring apps to wearables that can detect and predict falls among seniors.The need for these innovative solutions are expected to boom over the next few years, with the total market opportunity…Read More »

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