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Less-Is-More Memory Care, Providers Promote Room Flipping

                       
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Less-is-More Memory Care Nets Robust Financial Results

When it comes to memory care, less might be more. Providers are seeing success by building small-scale, home-like communities, and for one provider in Texas, it is paying off in the form of a high return on investment (ROI). Uncommon Care is an Austin, Texas-based company…Read More »

    

Extreme Home Makeover: Residents Flip Rooms, Providers Benefit

Senior living providers are ditching the cookie-cutter designs and drab decor of the past—and they don’t have to rely only on professional firms to create appealing rooms. These days, residents are making their rooms completely their own, and they sometimes spend thousands of dollars to do so.…Read More »

    

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In the Pipeline: Senior Housing Construction Projects (10/29/15)

Construction: Planned Lakewood Manor CCRC Plans Expansion in Va. Virginia Baptist Homes recently announced a plan that will bring significant changes to Lakewood Manor, a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Richmond, Va. Although plans…Read More »

    

This ‘Key Factor’ Predicts Riskiness of Senior Housing Construction

Merger and acquisition activity in the senior housing market is at a high point, and new construction is high enough levels to drive concerns about oversupply. With all of this recent activity, it is important to know what differentiates smart acquisitions and builds from unwise…Read More »


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