While some markets in the U.S. are undergoing periods of senior housing oversupply, much of Canada is experiencing the opposite Specifically, Canada is facing a “severe housing shortage” for older adults, according to new research from global credit rating agency DBRS. The report, “Analyzing the Canadian Senior Housing Dilemma,” is based partly on recent senior housing figures compiled by the Canada […]
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