Covid-19 Bulletin: Legal Immunity for California Providers in Doubt; Massachusetts Slow to Report Covid-19 Assisted Living Data

Senior Housing News recognizes the seriousness of the Covid-19 pandemic, so we will be updating this bulletin to keep you apprised of the latest developments, focusing on news and information that we identify as especially pertinent to senior living. The team at SHN knows how important your work is right now; we thank you and […]

Senior Living Providers Fear Hardest Weeks of Covid-19 Lie Ahead

Senior living providers have responded to enormous challenges since the Covid-19 pandemic reached the United States in mid-March, but the hardest weeks might now lie ahead. “I do think that the next 30 days are going to be the most crucial time for our company,” Milo Pinkerton, founder and CEO of Heritage Senior Living, told […]

Covid-19 Driving Cap Rate Expansion, Could Lead to Pricing Disconnect for Senior Living

While the Covid-19 pandemic will surely cause major disruptions in the short-term, the senior housing industry is still a good long-term bet if the economy rebounds relatively quickly. The conditions which have girded the senior housing market in recent years — changing demographics chief among them — are not expected to leave with Covid-19. At […]

Covid-19 Is Costing The Springs Living, But Provider Will ‘Hold the Line’

The senior living industry may come out of the new pandemic era with an even stronger position than before — but in the meantime, operators are taking a hit on net operating income and are relying on support from their capital partners and even their competitors to weather the storm. For example, McMinnville, Oregon-based provider […]

BMO Analysis: 50% Decline a Worst-Case Scenario, But Historically Low Senior Housing Occupancy Could Be Coming

Senior housing occupancy could fall by as much as 50% this year due to Covid-19 — as Bloomberg reported — but this is a worst-case scenario, according to BMO Capital Markets Analyst John Kim. Less dramatic occupancy declines are more likely, yet even these relatively gentler drops could put occupancy at historically low levels. BMO […]