Senior Housing 2011

Senior Housing 2011

As the investment world scouts for the next real estate success story, senior housing and its related care products will attract substantial interest. An aging population will be the prime catalyst for growth in this niche. People 65 years and older will account for nearly 20% of the overall population in the U.S. as early as 2030. Today, this group makes up almost 13% of the population, or about 40 million people. This growth bodes well for investment returns in the senior care spectrum, including skilled nursing, assisted living (AL), memory care, Alzheimer’s and independent living (IL) facilities, as well as continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs).

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