Senior Housing Oversupply Creates Near-Term Headwinds


Following the economic downturn, the senior housing market has experienced a strong recovery on many fronts: investment from interested parties, some of whom have not yet before invested in the sector; and a construction boom that has led to new and improved communities. But investors Read More »

Will The Search for New CEOs Be The Next Big Senior Living Challenge?

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Senior living is still trying to find its footing with recruitment at a time when many companies are seeking hospitality professionals and other outsiders help stay on pace with the evolving industry landscape. It has not always been the easiest path for the industry, especially as Read More »

Editor’s Picks: NHI CEO Jumps to HCP, Holiday Retirement Talks Unit Pricing

This week, SHN readers tuned into Holiday’s moving pricing model, as well as a look at the way in which hospitality practices are making their way into senior living. Readers also tapped into a major move on the REIT front, as NHI’s former chief executive Read More »

Free Webinar: Capturing New Revenue Opportunity and Driving Your Bottom Line

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Want to learn how to increase your bottom line and communicate more effectively throughout your organization? Our upcoming webinar will look at the current state of the senior housing business from a process, ownership and technology perspective and drill down to areas that need improvement. Read More »

New Report: The Latest Trends in Senior Living Dining


Whether it’s hiring executive chefs from the Ritz Carlton or serving different flavors of gelato for 365 days straight, providers are betting big on dining to keep communities full. Senior Housing News analyzed the industry’s dining landscape and found the days of buffets and institutional Read More »

Why Holiday Sees Dynamic Pricing as the Future of Senior Living Sales

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Go onto any airline website to book a flight and you’re likely to find not one but many prices, depending on the date, time and market factors that exist at the time you’re shopping. The same is true for hotel rooms. Book a room during Read More »

Editor’s Picks: Brookdale’s Woes, The Clare’s Comeback

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This week, SHN readers tuned into the latest quarterly performance from the nation’s largest operator, Brookdale Senior Living, as well as how one provider is overhauling its downtown CCRC. Readers also tapped into CCRC referral strategy and a deal that will create a massive post-acute Read More »

Senior Housing Newcomer Targets Secondary Markets for Regional Pipeline

Some senior living developers are candidly taking on the toughest markets for development, where they know demand for senior housing will always be strong based strictly on demographics coupled with high barriers to entry for providers. But one southeastern developer that launched a senior housing Read More »

Why Wyoming Ranks as Best State for Retirees

As senior living providers grapple with the discrepancy between what many retirees are prepared to pay for their housing and care needs, and the costs involved in providing that care, one organization is pointing to big differences among states that factor strongly into the equation. Read More »

HCN: Senior Housing Can Help Solve a Big Problem

Health Care REIT (NYSE: HCN) continues to be bullish on its position in the senior living investor marketplace, having added a series of new properties to its portfolio as well as new acquisitions with existing operating partners during the first half of 2015.  The health Read More »