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Best Bet in Real Estate, Millennials Outplan Boomers

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October 27, 2017

Senior Housing Real Estate is Best Bet for Development in 2018

Out of all residential property types, senior housing has the best prospects for both investment and development in 2018, according to a cross section of real estate professionals surveyed earlier this year…Read More »

Millennials Beat Baby Boomers in Long-Term Care Planning

Though it’s no surprise many older adults fear the cost of aging and long-term care, it may come as a surprise that some millennials are already preparing for it…Read More »

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In the Pipeline: Senior Housing Construction Projects (10/26/17)

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CCRCs Flying High on Economic Tailwinds

Good times are here for many continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs). The boom times for CCRCs—or “life plan communities,” depending on who you ask—was predicted earlier this year by Marcus & Millichap…Read More »

Hotspots for Senior Housing Inventory Growth

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