CCRC Entry Fee Model Here to Stay—For Now

Thanks to the Great Recession’s impact on seniors’ net worth, some expect rental continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) to gain market share in the next few years while others contend the diversity of the baby boomer generation will support the near-term viability of the entry fee model as well.  “Both will continue to have their places […]

Age Creep in Senior Housing Indicates “Major Shift” in Consumer Preference

The most troublesome issue facing the senior housing industry is the upward trend of incoming residents’ ages, said Aaron Conley, president of healthcare real estate development and capital advisory firm Third Act Solutions, during an Urban Land Institute webinar on the 65+ housing industry. Currently at 85, the incoming age is increasing at an average […]