CEO Panel: Tough Economic Times Call for Return to Basics

PHILADELPHIA — As the dust settles from the COVID-19 pandemic, and complications such as inflation and higher interest rates continue to hurt the economy, now is the time for seniors housing owners and operators to focus on their fundamentals. “We…

KARE CEO: ‘Culture’ Doesn’t Mean What Operators Think

PHILADELPHIA — It is common to hear operators proudly profess that it’s their culture that allows them to be top employers in the seniors housing industry, helping to face the massive labor shortage within the sector. However, “culture” can be…

InterFace Panelists: Debt Markets Tightening as Transactions Slow

Macroeconomic conditions are slowing the pace of seniors housing transactions and squeezing the availability of capital. Inflation and rising interest rates are making deals more expensive to finance. Debt providers are tightening their underwriting terms, while equity investors sit on…

Steps to Help Small Seniors Housing Owners Prepare for a Sale

The seniors housing market has had its fair share of well-documented struggles, including plunging occupancies during COVID-19 and continuing labor challenges. Like the rest of the commercial real estate market, the sector is now confronting higher interest rates and recession.…

NIC Formally Defines Active Adult, Starts Data Initiatives

ANNAPOLIS, Md. ­— The National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC), an Annapolis-based nonprofit firm that tracks industry data, has unveiled its first industry-wide definition of the active adult sub-segment with the intent of better guidance for investors.…