Credit Losses Crushing Senior Low-Income Housing Developers

Last Wednesday, the Wall Street Journal ran an article that discussed the large institutional lenders and government sponsored entities (Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac) lack of participation in the federal government’s affordable housing tax credit program. As these companies have losses associated with write downs and credit related issues, their need for the tax credits […]

Orange County Senior Housing Needs Increasing

Southern California is starting to get concerned about the exodus of seniors leaving the area for cheaper areas and is starting to do something about it. As pressure increases to keep seniors in Orange County, municipalities are looking at solutions to keep seniors in the area by re-examining some zoning policies that have age restrictions. […]

Barron’s Article: Senior Housing Stocks Looking Good?

For the most part, it’s a safe bet to be long on senior housing according to an article in Barron’s this weekend.  For those of you who don’t subscribe to Barron’s Weekly, there was an article in the paper over the weekend touching on the theme that anything housing-related has taken a beating in the […]