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Is There Oversupply in the Senior Housing Space?

Talk within Senior Housing moves between concerns about undersupply and oversupply, with most discussion gathering around the latter. That particular concern isn’t hard to understand: while undersupply is optimistic for the developers, oversupply is an obvious problem. Oversupply is much scarier to think about for the optimistic Senior Housing space,

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Private Equity is Growing Fast

Private equity (PE) is currently considered a very attractive investment opportunity. Last year, there were a total of 2,296 funds in the market, while this year’s third quarter saw that number rise to 3,951. That’s a 72% increase in the number of P.E. funds. But what makes it that way,

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Declining Foreign Investment: Why Now?

The U.S. economy has long benefitted from overseas investments. Our current expansion is the longest on record, and foreign capital has been a significant part of that rise. According to Forbes, the United States has been the top destination for foreign direct investment, with over $4 trillion accounting for nearly

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Aging Inventory in a Changing Market

Within many markets in the United States, the present Senior Housing inventory has aged to the point of being obsolete. Opportunities abound to challenge those older properties with new developments. The Value of Wellness A new focus on wellness has changed the Senior Housing landscape as well. The old idea

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